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King George Hotel

San Francisco, California


Old-World Boutique Charm with a British Vibe

L.E. Hotels

Originally built in 1915, our green-certified hotel has since been thoroughly renovated, decorated in a seamless combination of modern chic, vintage charm, and British flair. A breakfast buffet is served each morning, and libations and hors d’oeuvres can be had at Winston’s Lounge. We’ve been recognized by, and are a TAG-approved, LGBTQ-friendly hotel.

Classic king sized guest bed with upholstered headboard and white linens

Stay in King George Hotel


The King George offers guests 153 recently-renovated rooms, featuring elegant design and delightful décor. We provide a selection of unique wall art, as well as a host of thoughtful and convenient amenities, to enhance your stay. Choose from Standard, Superior, or Deluxe rooms, or one of our Superior Suites. We also offer accessible rooms and amenities.

Meeting room setup classroom style with green tablecloths

Get Down to Business Meetings

  • 2rooms
  • 1,150sq ft of event space


  • A/V equipment
  • Fruit-infused water
  • Custom catering
  • Near Financial Center
  • 24-Hour business center
  • High-speed internet

Stay and Save


Save 20% on our best available rate when you book and pay for your stay at least 21 days in advance. Non-refundable, non-commissionable. No minimum night stay required. Additional taxes and fees apply.


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