Part eco-friendly, part rock-and-roll, the Triton is most famous for its seven “celebrity suites,” individually designed by music stars like Carlos Santana and Jerry Garcia (heavy on the psychedelic art and groovy multicolored fabrics) and Anthony Kiedis (whose “Red Hot Love Nest” has furniture made from recycled touring equipment). Equally popular these days, though, are the seven “eco-rooms,” decorated with environmentally safe paints, furniture made from salvaged forest-fire wood, and organic hemp bed and bath linens. All have New Agey amenities like free yoga mats (there’s 24-hour “YogaTV” on the flat-screen TV’s), aromatherapy bath products, and recycling bins for waste disposal. If you’re traveling solo, you can book one of 28 “Zen Dens”—petite rooms with daybeds for both sitting and sleeping, mechanical wind chimes, and bamboo plants.
Though the Triton is super pet-friendly, dogs and cats aren’t allowed in the eco-rooms (which are also reserved for those with allergies).
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Sweet-toothed guests might not be able to resist the Häagen-Dazs suite, with its fridge full of complimentary ice-cream pints, cups, and bars.
342 Grant Avenue
San Francisco, California