Housed in a beautiful brownstone building dating back to 1900, Jackson Court Hotel is the epitome of elegance and serenity.
Located in Pacific Heights, Jackson Court Hotel is close to the boutique shops and restaurants of Fillmore and Union Streets. This handsome brownstone mansion is warm and welcoming, with an arched entrance and picturesque courtyard. The hotel’s classic decor features wooden finishes, fascinating antiques and cozy fireplaces. The game salon is an inviting room with wooden paneling and comfortable armchairs, where guests can read a book or play games. The breakfast room in the Jackson Court Hotel features traditional décor, with floral wallpaper and neutral furnishings. Each afternoon, the Jackson Hotel hosts a traditional tea service where guests can enjoy fresh cookies and socialize.
Jackson Court Hotel has two suites and eight guestrooms, each with a unique theme. Each guestroom features a combination of contemporary and antique furnishings. The rooms are spacious, bright and airy, with a designated seating area. Several rooms at the Jackson Hotel also enjoy elegant touches such as wood burning or marble fireplaces, handcrafted paneling, antique chandeliers, private patios and Victorian dressers. The rooms offer views of Buchanan and Jackson Streets, and the bathrooms offer plenty of storage space. The Burgundy Room features an oriental rug and touches of soft pinks and maroon. The Corner Room offers Asian flair with oriental furnishings.
Jackson Court serves complimentary continental breakfast along with cookies and tea in the afternoon. The Pacific Heights neighborhood also offers spectacular options like Atelier Crenn that takes diners on a culinary adventure. Out the Door and Jackson Fillmore are good choices for relaxed dining.
Pacific Heights is the epitome of old-world elegance with Edwardian and Victorian homes, architectural grandeur and quiet streets. The neighborhood is known for upscale shopping, hip boutiques, cafes and antique shops. On Fillmore Street, visitors will be surrounded by designer shops like Dottie Doolittle, Elizabeth Charles and Erica Tanov. For dining, the neighborhood has a large selection of fine dining establishments along with tapas lounges and burger bars. Head over to the Presidio National Park for hiking trails, walking paths and beautiful views. Pacific Heights is home to a number of architectural icons like the Haas-Lilienthal Mansion and Spreckels Mansion.