Located on Grant Street near the sights and attractions of Union Square, Financial District, and Chinatown!
On a single street corner on San Francisco's Grant Avenue, three dynamic neighborhoods converge: Union Square, Financial District, and Chinatown.
There lies a hotel as fascinating and eye-catching as the Greek god it was named after. Featuring an exhibition from local artists representing the city's eclectic culture, Hotel Triton offers boutique hospitality in an inspiring setting.
Bold, bright and full of natural light, the 140 guest rooms and suites at Hotel Triton are as captivating as their San Francisco surroundings. Sleep easy on deluxe Frette bedding, enjoy Carrara marble bathrooms and showers, or open your window and let the city’s famously fresh breezes wash over you. Hotel Triton is proud to be a pet-friendly hotel in San Francisco's Union Square neighborhood.
We strive to deliver the best guest experience possible. Our daily $33.77 (tax inclusive) Urban Amenity Fee is packed with perks to ensure your time with us is time well spent.
San Francisco is a foodie's paradise - and Hotel Triton happens to be home to two of the city's most tantalizing eateries. On the other side a new restaurant named Scott's Chowder House – a great place to get delicious seafood chowder & lobster rolls!
Our San Francisco hotel is at a prime location where Union Square, Financial District and Chinatown all converge, ideal for business and leisure travelers. Situated on the Grant Avenue Corridor directly across from Chinatown's Gate, you'll have easy access to world-class shopping, some of the Bay's highly regarded art exhibitions, celebrated restaurants and thrilling entertainment. Experience our one-of-a-kind location on foot, on a "Scoot", or step onto a historic cable car to explore all that Francisco has to offer.
Hotel Triton is San Francisco’s most pet-friendly hotel . Your furry travel companion STAYS FREE!
No weight or breed restrictions and no pet deposit required. We even provide dog bowls and dog bags for easy clean up on walks. Ask for recommendations on nearby pet-friendly parks and restaurants (there are a lot of them!), pet sitters, and dog-walking services.