Visiting San Francisco to experience CROSSROADS 2017?
A bridge between Union Square and The Tenderloin, the Tilden stands amidst an eclectic neighborhood which began booming in the Depression Era as an affordable neighborhood for working class and creatively-driven San Franciscans. Today, Downtown San Francisco remains a hub for artists and musicians while maintaining its working class roots and displaying the city’s historic grit. Embracing a new wave of artists, galleries restaurants, bars, cafes, and an influx of new development and activity, Union Square and the Tenderloin are set in the heart of the Downtown district, within walking distance of some of San Francisco’s other exciting neighborhoods, including Nob Hill, Russian Hill, SoMa, and Hayes Valley.
Tilden reinterprets ideas of minimalism with a refined sense of composure palpable in every space, from the residential-inspired lobby, lively restaurant and bar, The Douglas Room, and relaxed, sophisticated guestrooms.