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If we were to write a rhyme or two about our favorite boutique hotel, it would go a little something like this:

Soak in the bath and sip on green tea,

life at Hotel Kabuki is the life for me.

The location is perfect and the staff friendly too,

It’s in the heart of the city with an excellent view,

Waking up in the comfy beds makes you feel brand new. 

It’s so cute and comfortable here, we never want to leave.

That’s why the only place we’ll ever stay, is with Joie de Vivre.

Sometimes hotels don’t make you feel like writing rhymes at all, but this one does!

In the heart of Japan Town in San Francisco, Hotel Kabuki is not only cute, cozy and comfortable, it’s priced right and not to mention, the hotel operates on an eco-friendly system.

The rooms are uniquely beautiful and include a patio and deep soaking tubs, which can be incredibly relaxing after a day of trekking through a cold day of San Francisco wind.

Japan Town offers its own cultural shops and restaurants which are definitely worth exploring (mochi balls anyone?!) and you’ll also find plenty to do within  less than a 15 minute walk from the hotel.  Filmore Street features more upscale boutiques and eateries, and Hotel Kabuki is in close quarters with tourist attractions like Alcatraz and Crissy Field.  Did we mention it’s also pet friendly?

If you didn’t gather from our little rhyme, Hotel Kabuki is one of the best choices for a relaxing and memorable experience in the heart of San Francisco, you might even choose to leave a little piece of your own heart there too, we sure did.

 

Written by Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers is the founder of TGIFguide. She uses her innate skills as a natural “connector” to serve businesses, brands and individuals in the LA area and beyond.