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At Haiyi Hotels, we endeavor to make a difference in the lives of our guests and associates through a shared passion for life, work and personalized experiences.
ADVISORY: As of 4/17/2017, Our new cafe and wine bar is slated to open by Summer 2017. There should be no further noise or construction activity. We thank you for your patience!
Checking into the Hotel Vertigo is like stepping into a Hitchcock movie – literally. Back when it was the Empire, the hotel played a cameo role in Hitchcock’s classic, "Vertigo." These days, the film plays on a loop in the lobby, and the hotel’s baroque-modern sensibility represents a head-spinning union of old and new.
Which is quite perfect because at the Hotel Vertigo we believe that equilibrium is overrated and there’s nothing like the occasional surprise to keep you on your toes. Instead of constantly finding balance and seeking everything in moderation, life is a lot more fun and interesting when we go off the map every once in a while.
At our boutique hotel in San Francisco, we invite you to do just that – to renew your sense of wonder and imagination by shifting your perspective just a tad. Here, you’ll be drawn into our hip, playful ambiance as you enjoy “at-your-whim” service at every moment. While Hitchcock was known as the Master of Suspense, guests will rarely be left waiting for anything, given the almost eerie anticipatory powers of our staff. The only mystery will be “How did they know what I wanted before I even did?”
Our unmatched location places you midway up Nob Hill, a couple blocks west of Union Square, perfectly situated for San Francisco shopping and sightseeing, yet fully integrated in an actual neighborhood and tucked away from the usual tourist haunts.
Wielding an incomparable eccentricity, style, and playfulness, Hotel Vertigo is a sophisticated, multi-sensory sanctuary perfectly in tune with your point of view – even if it should change from one second to the next.
Check into the Hotel Vertigo and you'll realize that, "Equilibrium is overrated."