In the intimate ground-level hangout, the restored brick walls, cornice trims, and hand-troweled moldings gives a sense of history, as well as an urban flair brought in graffiti by Color Cartel, visible only in black light. With a nod to the property’s speakeasy past, Seattle-based Dawson Design Associates suspended a dramatic overhead cage lined with gin bottles in the lobby café/bar.
The original curved stairs lead to the 1300-square-foot playroom downstairs, where you can challenge the guests in a game of shuffleboard or quick-shot basketball, or read under a giant lamp shade made with soda can pull-tabs.
The property’s 196 rooms and suites range from cosy 200-square-foot corners to the 1800-square-foot Zeppelin Suite, completed with its own outdoor deck. Featuring high ceilings, industrial light fixtures, and crushed velvet pillows, all the guest rooms are a pure contrast: from finding a retro record player along with a USB-equipped nightstand, a comfy hoodie-inspired bathrobe hanging next to a sexy, dark-green wall, a 60’s-inspired psychedelic lamp next to a contemporary metal chair.
Hotel Zeppelin is the living proof of the eclectic design from San Francisco.
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