A San Francisco Hotel
That's as Unique as You
Spunky, spirited, seriously unique. People tell us staying at Hotel Triton feels a lot like staying with your most fashionable friend. You know, the one with an eclectic apartment just a few steps from Union Square and Chinatown, who’s delighted to share insider tips on things to do and places to go and invites you to meet all sorts of interesting people over late afternoon glass of wine or a cool local microbrew.
Hotel Triton delights with cheerful guestrooms featuring luxurious Frette linens and organic snack bars, funky celebrity-designed suites (ice cream, anyone?) and a no-fee pet policy that makes bringing along your prized pup easy and affordable. Add the yoga mat in every guestroom and the at-the-ready bag butler who’ll happily fetch your shopping bags at any Union Square shop or boutique and we think you’ll agree: you have a new friend in San Francisco.
Taking a page from our eclectic San Francisco surroundings, Hotel Triton’s 140 guest rooms are bold and bright, with a mix of furnishings, finishes and natural light that makes you feel right at home. Add eco-friendly bath amenities and an honor bar stocked for anytime snacking and you’ve got the makings for your own Bay Area pied a terre.
Eye-catching design details and a choice of configurations – including full, queen, king and double-doubles – make our Deluxe Rooms ideal for everyone. Slumber on Frette linens and nibble on gourmet organic treats from the honor bar in this oasis in the heart of San Francisco.Book Now
Executive King Suites
Featuring a large sitting room with a sleeper sofa, king-size bed, wet bar and spacious executive desk area, our 300-square-foot Executive King Suites take luxe to the next level. Knockout bathrooms have granite countertops and a separate bathtub and shower.Book Now
Hãagen-Dazs' "Sweet Suite"
If you’re an ice cream lover, you’ve found your dream suite. Our 300-square-foot Hãagen-Dazs “Sweet Suite” is awash in shades of vanilla and dulce de leche, accented by a custom ice cream cabinet stocked with an unlimited supply of classic Hãagen-Dazs flavors (plus new releases), bowls, scoops and spoons. Enjoy – a portion of your room rate is donated to the Delancey Street Foundation, Hãagen-Dazs’ chosen charity.Book Now
Kathy Griffith’s “D-List Suite”
Sleek and sexy, comedian Kathy Griffith’s “D-List Suite” is a decidedly A-list oasis of white suede and animal print, against a backdrop of pearl, chocolate and sage green. The comic teamed with sidekick Mike Nielsen to design the suite, while concurrently filming her hit show “My Life on the D-List.” Highlights of this 300-square-foot suite include a king-size bed and oh-so-stylish furnishings.Book Now
Jerry Garcia’s “J. Garcia Suite”
Deadheads dig this dynamic suite designed by the late, great Grateful Dead frontman Jerry Garcia, whose style suffuses every inch of this 300-square-foot retreat. Luxe silk fabrics from the J. Garcia fashion line, a self-portrait and original watercolors by the lead guitarist work in harmony to give this suite a fun and funky vibe. The autograph wall adds the ultimate iconic touch.Book Now
King Triton Suite
Channeling the mythical god’s underwater lair, the King Triton Suite is an oasis of watery blues and greens, accented by shimmery shades of silver. A silver-bead curtain leads to San Francisco’s most decadent tub, featuring a secret television so you can soak while you screen your favorite shows. Other highlights of this 300-square-foot suite include a king-size bed (naturally) and a sitting area large enough for entertaining.Book Now