Our well-furnished, spacious guest rooms are large and attractively decorated. Most are family-size units with a queen-size bed and two twin-size day beds or two queen beds with superior quality Serta mattresses and linens.
The rooms are above ground floor and accessible by elevator. They have private bathrooms with either a tub or a shower. For your convenience, each is equipped with a direct-dial telephone and cable color television. All units are provided with a mini-refrigerator, microwave and complimentary in-room coffee and coffee-maker.
We provide complimentary Wi-Fi and an automated wake-up service.
Most third-floor rooms have gas-burning fireplaces controlled by a wall thermostat. These rooms are our most popular and should be reserved far ahead of time!
Guest rooms between 05-09 have views of Sutro Heights Park. Those on the north side 01-04 have partial, indirect views of the Pacific Ocean and Sutro Baths and the famous Seal Rocks. Unfortunately, the trees have grown and filed out over decades and there is no scheduled park trimming of the trees. It is a short walk to panoramic views of all these beautiful locations including the Cliff House, Ocean Beach, and Lands End. For the best views, we recommend 104, 204, and 304, and those immediately adjacent to those rooms (03s and 05s) as well as the indirect views from the 01s and 02s.
Rooms, like the Hunter S. Thompson, come with two Queen beds. They can only accommodate up to four (4) guests.
One Queen / Two Twin rooms can only accommodate up to two (2) adults and two (2) children.
Here is a guest’s video of the Seal Rock Inn and his walk towards Lands End. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvkysZ_vp5A by Grant Vreuls.
Fear And Loathing on the Campaign Trail, 1972
Dawn is coming up in San Francisco now: 6:09 am … at the Seal Rock Inn … out here at the far end of Geary Street: this is the end of the line, for buses and everything else, the western edge of America.
“… but I have a powerful aversion to working in offices, and when I didn’t show up for three or four days, they decided to do the only logical thing: move the office out here to the Seal Rock Inn.”
—Hunter S. Thompson: