Red Victorian B&B and Art  
San Francisco, California, United States
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Haight-Ashbury, the neighborhood this hotel is located in, was active in the anti-war and pro-love movement in the mid-1960s, during a time that's become known as The Summer of Love. You can reminisce about that era, and see the results of those movements and lifestyles.

Located at the edge of Golden Gate Park, known for its formal gardens, museums, statuary and tea houses, this hotel makes a great home for your adventures is San Francisco.

This hotel was renovated with energy and water conservation in mind. The roof is double-insulated and the windows are double pane. The electric heaters in the guestrooms are turned off when the room isn't occupied.

Guests are encouraged to use public transportation while in the city -- you see the sites better and avoid contributing to the pollution problem.

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