Welcome to one of the most unique hotels in San Francisco. Every work of art in our eclectic living room of a lobby – from the Bordiglio marble floor to the hand-woven Columbian rugs to the custom glass-blown chandelier – tells a story of global travel rooted in San Francisco Culture.
Take a trip around the world from the lobby. Peruse a collection of Nigerian Yaruba Crowns (Hand-beaded crowns of Nigerian kings), read through the lobby's collection of books on the theme of travel, or admire a display case filled with minerals from around the world, including sulfur and pink opal.
Then return to what makes San Francisco such a special place in our big world and take in a lobby mural with a fascinating story. Discovered behind the walls during the hotel's renovation in 2018, an almost 100-year-old artwork by Persian artist John Oshanna beautifully depicts Mission Dolores, San Francisco's oldest intact Mission in California (built in 1776).
Art lovers will find something new to admire every day during their stay. We invite you to explore the city from our lobby and beyond.
Our Mezzanine Gallery and Living Room feature a highly curated art collection of local and global artists. Hotel Triton hosts public exhibitions of local emerging artists - and if a particular piece moves you, it is available for purchase through McKinley Art Solutions.
Our hotel offers a 24-hour fitness center with a Peloton, treadmill, elliptical machines, stationary bikes, and free weights.
Stop by this convenient spot, located in the lobby, and pick up locally sourced, globally inspired snacks and beverages on your way out to explore San Francisco.
When you need to steal away for a couple hours of work, The Study is a comfortable and private work area with an outdoor patio and lots of natural light.
Printing, fax and copy services are also available 24 hours a day for a small fee; contact the Front Desk for details.
Hotel Triton is San Francisco’s most pet-friendly hotel. No weight or breed restrictions and no pet deposit required. We even provide dog bowls and dog bags for easy clean up on walks.
Pull up to 342 Grant Avenue and you may park momentarily in our loading zone to check-in.
There are plenty of Ubers & Lyfts at both airports with their pricing dependent on demand as well as taxis which range from $50 to $75 depending on traffic. We’ve found that ridesharing is typically less expensive than taxiing.
The Bay Area Rapid Transit is a convenient option by train from both airports. We recommend getting off on the Montgomery Bart Station and the walk from there is about 10 minutes or 5 minutes by car.
On-site valet parking is available for $65 per day for sedans and $80 per day for full-size vehicles. There are also various self-parking options within walking distance of the Hotel Triton, including The White House Garage, located just one block away.
Let us help you get you where you want to be! Contact our front desk and we'll help make arrangements with a licensed and insured driver.