Jackson Court City Shares is located in San Francisco, California. The Jackson Court is a magnificent brownstone mansion built in 1900. An arched entrance and flower-lined courtyard welcome you to the understated elegance and serenity of Jackson Court. Each of the ten guestrooms is individually decorated in a blend of antiques and contemporary furnishings. Jackson Court is an award winning Bed & Breakfast. Jackson Court City Shares offer studio units that sleep two persons.
Take a step back in time in this gracious 10-room brownstone mansion located in the prestigious Pacific Heights area of San Francisco. At Jackson Court City Shares, you'll find a genteel way of life. The resort boasts a 'Bed and Breakfast' atmosphere; continental breakfast is served every morning. Additional amenities include an afternoon tea and cookie service, game salon, complimentary newspaper, dry cleaning services, San Francisco-based films in the lending library, and complete concierge services. When you step out of the hotel, the entirety of San Francisco is yours to discover, from art galleries and exclusive shops to cable cars and the Golden Gate Bridge. The Jackson Court is centrally located in the prestigious Pacific Heights neighborhood and provides a restful haven from which to explore San Francisco. Fashionable Union and Fillmore Streets are nearby and boast a wide array of trendy boutiques and restaurants. The mansion is about ten minutes by car from downtown and Union Square, the Hyde Street Cable Car line, Fisherman's Wharf and Ghiradelli Square.
Another resort in the local area is Club Donatello. Crowning the Donatello building in the heart of San Francisco is an exclusive private club, an urban oasis, an elegant masterpiece in the style and tradition of Italy. The Club Donatello rooms occupy the top three floors with luxuriously appointed club rooms, where you can enjoy your private retreat with original art, classic furnishings, custom terry-cloth robes, and entertainment center. Club Donatello is located just one block from Union Square and two of San Francisco's principal theaters and a short walk to the Moscone Center, the city's principal convention venue.