The Hamlin Mansion, a San Francisco landmark, was constructed in 1901 by one of the Nevada silver kings. The Baroque mansion is located on a commanding ridge of San Francisco’s exclusive Pacific Heights.
Guests will enter through ornate double doors opening into a galleried ballroom with columns and paneling of golden oak. A cathedral, leaded art glass window highlights the grand staircase which leads up to the balustrade encircling the ballroom below. Large potted palm trees with soft uplighting contribute to this magnificent setting.
The mosaic tiled solarium offers a panoramic view of the Golden Gate Bridge andthe San Francisco Bay. Listening to piano back ground music and enjoying exquisite dining, guests will experience the grand opulence of this turn-of-the-century Italian Baroque mansion-a truly unique San Francisco experience.
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