Located in the heart of San Francisco’s North Beach, the Hotel Boheme is a colorful reincarnation of San Francisco’s 1950’s Beat Scene. The Lobby and corridor walls of sea foam green and cantaloupe are lined with famed artist/poet Jerry Stoll’s collection of original black and white photography taken in North Beach during the 1950’s and 60’s.
Hottest new small hotel. – Elle Decoration London
...the Hotel Boheme, one of North Beach's newest Old World hideaways... the hotel is actually more European in feel, borrowing as liberally from Anais Nin (sensuous mood) as it does from Kerouac. Jerry Stoll's 1950s black and white photos lining the hallways recall Kerouac's smoky prose and double as windows on the city's old bohemian scene. – Los Angeles Times
The best new place to crash in North Beach is Beat-inspired through and through... the Hotel Boheme is a high style 90's homage to the On The Road - reading generation. The hotel lives up to its name... – Conde Nast Traveller
For those who specialize in collecting small San Francisco hotels, here [is] this fall's hottest address... the Hotel Boheme... Rooms at the Boheme pop with warm coral walls and retro checked fabrics. Word is that... Allen Ginsberg (when he's here) requests a view of Columbus Avenue. And that's why you're here. – Travel & Leisure
If you missed the city's famous North Beach area during the Beat Generation era, The Hotel Boheme is a stylish throwback. Candra Scott's design for this former transient hotel includes burnt orange walls, lavender doors and such subtle touches as lampshades made of 50's sheet music. – Metropolitan Home
The newest hotel in the heart of North Beach is Hotel Boheme, elaborately decorated as a shrine to North Beach in the 1950's and 60's (Allen Ginsberg stayed here). – The Washington Post