San Francisco’s Victorian-era Mansion on Sutter is reborn as an exclusive 10-room hotel
For a stay steeped in history, the Mansion on Sutter in San Francisco is a 10-room property that celebrates its Victorian-era beginnings. With the help of local designer Timothy Quillen, the former residence, now owned by the Rosenson family, is home to original Minton tiling, a grand main staircase, spacious, antique-filled rooms, and bathrooms with marble from Spain and Italy. The 1881 restaurant, named for the year the mansion was constructed, serves tempting dishes like a 28-day-aged wagyu rib-eye, and a speakeasy-style bar will open early April. Our favorite amenity? All guests receive a complimentary bottle of Coquelicot Organic Estate Vineyards wine from the owners’ Los Olivos winery. Rooms from $595/night. 1409 Sutter St., S.F., 415-213-2746; mansiononsutter.com.
Written by BROOKE PORTER KATZ.