Hotel Rex

Hotel Rex

562 Sutter Street
San Francisco

The Hotel Rex was originally constructed in 1907 and restored by Joie de Vivre Hospitality in 1996. The Salon in the hotel is a unique and opulent space with rich ruby-red carpeting, gold-toned lamp chandeliers and caricature drawings by Jack Keating. This elegant, yet relaxed, 1920's literati atmosphere is a delightfully intimate setting.



The two largest and closest parking garages are the Sutter-Stockton Garage, located at 410 Stockton at Sutter, and the Union Square Garage, located at 333 Post between Powell and Stockton. There are other smaller garages around the area as well.

Transit Information

The Hotel Rex is easily accessible by public transportation. The 2 Clement, 3 Jackson, and 4 Sutter all travel up Sutter Street and stop less then a block from the hotel. The Powell Street Cable Car also stops at Sutter and Powell. The 2 Clement is an easy transfer from the Embarcadero BART Station, and the Powell Street Cable Car is an easy transfer from the Powell Street BART Station as well as all Market Street Muni Lines