Haight Ashbury hotels
Haight-Ashbury, a neighbourhood in San Francisco, CA, is so named because of the convergence of the Haight and Ashbury streets, which were named to commemorate two eminent 19th century personalities, Henry Haight and Munroe Ashbury. Its most conspicuous features are the Victorian and Edwardian architectural styles of its old, multi-coloured houses and buildings, many of which were restored after the devastating 1906 earthquake. In the mid-60s, the neighbourhood became a hippy haven, where drugs, psychedelic/rock music, and bohemian lifestyles were the order of the day. However, despite significant gentrification and development, the Haight-Ashbury district has retained much of its bohemian character.
- Walk into the historic 1904 “Red Victorian Hotel” on a Sunday and participate in the animated weekly “Peaceful World Conversation” held at its Red Vic Peace Café, Haight-Ashbury San Francisco.
- Meet the “Painted Ladies” of “Postcard Row,” vibrant multi-coloured Victorian houses built between 1892 and 1896. The best ones to see are on Steiner Street.
- Take the “Flower Power” walking tour, which gives you glimpses of the 60s psychedelic and rock music scene, and varied aspects of hippie-bohemian culture at the time.
Haight-Ashbury is accessible via San Francisco International Airport (SFO) or Oakland Airport. Bay Area Rapid Transit trains (BART) operate from the SFO and Oakland airports to the city every 15 to 20 minutes. MUNI streetcars, trains, buses, and light-rail vehicles also run to most places in the city. Taxis and rental car services are available at the airport and across the city, as are bicycles. However, the best way to access Haight-Ashbury is by the N-Judah MUNI train via Carl, Cole, or Stanyan Stations, all of which are about four blocks from Haight Street. Buses also connect this street from Van Ness MUNI station.
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