The grand, third-floor Mark Twain Suite offers a king-size, mirrored canopy bed and a private bathroom with shower. The bedroom opens into a spacious private parlor with casual seating and a turret dining area, allowing extra play and sleeping room for families with children.
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Mark Twain Suite
The Chateau Tivoli Bed and Breakfast is a magnificently preserved part of San Francisco's rich history. Built in 1892 it has been home to many eclectic and illustrious personalities from the city's archives. Past inhabitants include Ernestine Kreling, the owner of the storied Tivoli Opera House, and Bob Kaufman, the poet who inspired the term 'Beatnik'. The house at 1057 Steiner Street was restored to its original Victorian splendor by Rodney Karr in the 1980s. The Shohet family has locally owned and operated the now Bed and Breakfast since 1997 and continues to keep its doors open so that others may share the Tivoli's dynamic history and charm.
*** On-site amenities ***
Rollaway bed, Portacrib, No Televisions on site, Board games, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Private entrance, Radio, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi
*** Room amenities ***
Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Telephone, Turndown Service
*** On-site activities ***
*** Policies ***
Check In: - 15:00
Check Out: - 11:00
Open All Year Round: - 1989
Drinking Allowed: - Complimentary wine is served between 4-6pm.
Alcohol Provided - Yes
Suitable For Children: - Yes
Guest Pets Allowed: - Only Service animals (ie: seeing eye dogs)
Disabled Access - Limited
*** Innkeepers ***
Name(s) - David, Nicolas
Languages spoken - Spanish, English
*** Breakfast Included ***
- english, spanish
- Calendar last updated:
- Oct 17, 2018
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Magical and peaceful
We are a family of three who loved every minute at Chateau Tivoli. The innkeepers took special care to make the place welcoming, quiet, and courteous. The place itself is not to be believed: a victorian fantasy somehow balanced with a down-to-earth feel. We hope to return soon.
From the Bay Bridge (East):
Follow signs for 101 South. Take the 9th Street Exit. Turn right onto 9th street. Stay in one of the 2 left lanes, and turn left onto Hayes Street; follow Hayes to Steiner Street (about ten
Turn right onto Steiner Street. Drive 3 blocks to the Chateau Tivoli.
We are on the left hand corner just before Golden Gate Avenue.
From Golden Gate Bridge (North): Follow signs for Lombard St. Turn right onto Steiner and drive about 1.5 miles to Golden Gate Ave.