Hotel Zelos San Francisco (formerly the Hotel Palomar) resides in the historic Pacific Building, which opened in 1907. The Pacific Building was originally built as office space, however, the 5th to 9th floors became the Hotel Palomar in 1999. Due to the original layout, our guestrooms are larger than the average hotel room in San Francisco.
This architectural gem sits at the intersection of 4th and Market in the SOMA District. The lower floors are faced with red tile and the upper floors are green tile with white trim, which the architect, Charles Whittlesey, compared to a beautiful lady dressed in a stylish outfit.
We are a contemporary hotel with 202 guestrooms and this allows us to offer a very personal experience. Our location in the SOMA District is also home to a variety of shops, businesses, restaurants, and nightlife, as well as walking distance to Chinatown and Union Square. The Powell Street BART station is just around the corner and the trolley cars are right on Market Street.
Hotel Zelos has a mandatory Guest Amenity Fee per night per room. The following amenities for all our guests will be included at a nominal charge of $25 per night (plus tax). For packages delivered to the hotel, a $3 fee per package with be charged.
Fee includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Fresh brewed coffee & tea in Lobby
- Premium internet access
- Local phone calls (up to 60 minutes)
- 24 hour fitness center access
- Printing services
- Daytime access to the Zelos Private lounge including infused beverages, WiFi etc
- Bike rentals – upon availability
- $10 Credit to the in-room honor bar, In-room dining or Dirty Habit Restaurant per stay
- Various neighborhood discounts
- Borrow Bar – Variety of amenities from work remote kits to hair straighteners.
- Welcome amenity on arrival
- Ice Machine
- Pet Friendly
- Room Service
- Fitness Center
- Security Guard
- Parking - Valet
- Wheelchair Access
- 24 hour front desk
- Cable/Satellite TV
- Dry cleaning service
- Non-Smoking Facility
- Internet Access - Free Public Access