Hot San Francisco Hotel Tip: Hotel Tomo
In my continual, admittedly anti-Buddhist, effort to accomplish at least two things simultaneously in any given moment of my life I just recently published my Gay.com review of Japantown's Hotel Tomo.
That's right, I managed to get a free one-night in-town family vacation for me and Julie and the kids (pictured here watching a vintage Godzilla movie in the lobby) AND I continue to be able to claim my status as an actively working travel journalist.
"The recently renovated Japanese Pop Art-themed Hotel Tomo (1800 Sutter St; 415.921.4000; http://www.jdvhotels.com/tomo/) in San Francisco's Japantown is our latest hot tip in the city. Whether you're looking for a fun place to stay for the whole family or just a reasonably priced nice, clean gay-friendly place for you and your partner -- the Tomo is an excellent choice." Read more.
Julie and I did a slightly different kind of multi-tasking a few months prior when we stayed at and reviewed the Hotel Kabuki. Read all about it and consider it as an option for a more grown-up kind of getaway. Read the full review right here.