San Francisco Palace Hotel – Historic Tour and Lunch – my favorite program for out-of-town guests

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The Iconic San Francisco Palace Hotel

http://www.sfpalace.com/

The Palace Hotel located at 2, New Montgomery Street in downtown San Francisco, has been my favorite place to entertain friends and family who come to visit San Francisco.  The Garden Court with its stained glass dome, is spectacular.  The guests that I treated here were all very impressed, not only by the beauty of the hotel and the restaurant, but by the historic tour conducted by the volunteers of the San Francisco City Guides, a program of the San Francisco Library. http://www.sfcityguides.org/

I am posting a few pictures here to share with you.  Below is a link  to the historic photos of this hotel.  You may like to compare the then and now.

San Francisco Historic Photos | Palace Hotel, San Francisco.

The stunning view of the Garden Court Restaurant seen from the window of a room on the upper floor…

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