Proper Hotel

Even before entering this hotel, you’ll probably fall in love at first sight with its flatiron, red brick building. Sophisticated and elegant, Proper Hotel welcomes guests in gorgeous rooms that combine Italian and French early Modernist influences and Cubism cues with modern touches. Iconic designs, custom pieces, a selection of eclectic items, and commissioned artworks complete the decor.

Proper Hotel

  • 1100 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA

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