San Francisco has a tenacious, pioneering spirit. After the great earthquake of 1906, the city recreated itself. The Fielding Hotel at the corner of Geary and Mason Streets, a modern building offering 112 rooms on eight floors, was built in 1909 and advertised “comfortable appointments and courteous service…at a location in the midst of the amusement and shopping centers of San Francisco.” The hotel quickly established itself as a popular home away from home for travelers, with drive-up garage service, a coffee shop, cocktail lounge, and free television and radio in all rooms.
In 2014, following an extensive two-year renovation, the hotel has been restored in its entirety, reopening as Hotel G, with 153 rooms. They’ve strived to preserve and reveal the hotel’s historic features with a simple and relaxed design that makes you feel you are in your own home away from home. Just as it did for Robert Peterson, Hotel G hopes they will inspire you and lend a little extra charm to your life.