San Remo

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San Remo

Overview San Remo Snap up fresh fish and seafood at San Remo Fisherman’s Cooperative, or dine out at a local hotel and have it served up in true gourmet style. Cast a line off the jetty or, for some serious ocean angling, join a fishing charter and head out to sea. For freshness of a different kind, take a walk to San Remo Bakehouse and dose up on pies, pasties, pastries and cakes. Local flair Soak up the village atmosphere in local cafes and restaurants, peruse the artworks at Kelly & Gemelli Art & Design, or get the kids together and head down to the jetty to feed the local pelicans. Looking for some summer fun? Time your visit to coincide with the annual San Remo Channel Challenge, a biathlon event and day festival featuring a swim from San Remo to Newhaven and then a run back across the bridge. History beckons Walk in the footsteps of the island’s early inhabitants on a stroll along the cliffs from San Remo to Kilcunda on the George Bass Coastal Walk. Take detours to deserted beaches and bays, passing by Quarry Rocks where stone was quarried to build banks and business chambers in Melbourne.
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San Remo

Snap up fresh fish and seafood at San Remo Fisherman’s Cooperative, or dine out at a local hotel and have it served up in true gourmet style. Cast a line off the jetty or, for some serious ocean angling, join a fishing charter and head out to sea. For freshness of a different kind, take a walk to San Remo Bakehouse and dose up on pies, pasties, pastries and cakes. Local flair Soak up the village atmosphere in local cafes and restaurants, peruse the artworks at Kelly & Gemelli Art & Design, or get the kids together and head down to the jetty to feed the local pelicans. Looking for some summer fun? Time your visit to coincide with the annual San Remo Channel Challenge, a biathlon event and day festival featuring a swim from San Remo to Newhaven and then a run back across the bridge. History beckons Walk in the footsteps of the island’s early inhabitants on a stroll along the cliffs from San Remo to Kilcunda on the George Bass Coastal Walk. Take detours to deserted beaches and bays, passing by Quarry Rocks where stone was quarried to build banks and business chambers in Melbourne.
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San Remo

With welcoming staff to greet and a great restaurant downstairs to make you feel at home, the San Remo Hotel is San Francisco’s best kept secret. Our San Remo hotel is a hidden gem, offering guests a one-of-a kind experience. Sample Italian cuisine at the famous Fior d’Italia or explore San Francisco by bike or foot. The San Remo Hotel offers the unique „old world ambiance“ while being located right in the heart of the city. Travel by foot or vehicle to downtown San Francisco. Why stay in the busy downtown, when you can relax and enjoy our quiet North Beach neighborhood?
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Welcome to Hotel San Remo, Rome Welcome to the Hotel San Remo Rome, a charming 3 star city centre hotel conveniently situated in the historic centre of Rome between Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore and Teatro Opera. A few steps from the hotel you can find some of the most interesting and romantic places in the Eternal City. Both tourists and business people alike find the Rome San Remo Hotel the ideal location for their holidays or business trip.
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With welcoming staff to greet and a great restaurant downstairs to make you feel at home, the San Remo Hotel is San Francisco’s best kept secret. Our San Remo hotel is a hidden gem, offering guests a one-of-a kind experience. Sample Italian cuisine at the famous Fior d’Italia or explore San Francisco by bike or foot.
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Sanremo is the finish of the classic Milan–San Remo cycle race. It is considered to be a „monument“ – one of the five most important one-day races of the cycling season. Milan – San Remo is traditionally held in March and is one of the first major fixtures on the cycling season. At 298 kilometres (185 mi) long, it is the longest professional one-day race in cycling, giving the race a unique character.
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The San Remo (145 Central Park West) is a luxury, 27-floor, co-operative apartment building in Manhattan located between West 74th Street and West 75th Street, three blocks north of The Dakota. Opened in 1930, the San Remo is described by Glen Justice of the New York Times as „a dazzling two-tower building with captivating views of Central Park.“ As a housing cooperative, its board has a reputation for „lenient admissions standards“ compared to the conservative, old-money boards on the other side of the park.
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The building’s architect, Emery Roth, took advantage of new zoning regulations to build the first of New York’s twin towered apartment blocks. Each of San Remo’s ten-story towers is topped with an English Baroque mansion in the manner of John Vanbrugh and capped with an homage to the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates. The Athenian monument was known to Roth from the reproduction that had featured in the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago, 1893. Roth also designed The Beresford and other landmark apartment houses and office blocks in New York. Construction began in 1929, weeks before the market crash initiated the Great Depression. The San Remo’s construction process took approximately two years. In 1940 both buildings were sold, for $25,000 over the existing mortgages.
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Don’t Miss Anything! Historic North Beach Near Everything!Located in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood, San Remo Hotel is just 5 blocks from the steaming sourdough chowder bowls of Fisherman’s Wharf. Lombard Street and the ferry to Alcatraz Island are both within a half-mile, and guests need only walk 1 block to hop a cable car to Union Square.Low rates – Affordable San Francisco LodgingWith hundreds of Trip Advisor reviews, value is rated as 4.5 out of 5 stars. You’ll have a lot more money to spend on the reasons you came to San Francisco!Top 5 of TripAdvisor Specialty Lodging ListingsTrue, we’re only a 1.5 – 2 star hotel, but we’re Top 5 in TripAdvisor’s 50+ Specialty Lodging class. And, we’ll compare our TripAdvisor ratings with any hotel. We get higher ratings than most hotels because you’ll get what your expect. A great location at a great price, friendly and enthusiastic staff, and a wonderfully eclectic San Francisco experience. Stay with us and you’ll see why so many people stay with us again.Located atop America’s oldest Italian restaurant, Fior d’ ItaliaFior d’ Italia offers fine Italian dining in a welcoming and elegant atmosphere. Enjoy a full bar for Happy Hour 7 days a week. Dine in the warmly lit dining room and enjoy a classic Northern Italian dish cooked from only the finest and freshest ingredients. Open for lunch and dinner daily. Valet Parking available.Pets Welcome & Free Wi-Fi Maximum number of pets per room is one; Pet maximum weight in is 35 pounds. Make arrangements with hotel prior to arrival. Free Wi-Fi in guestrooms. Available in some public areas: Free WiFi and wired high-speed Internet.
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With welcoming a staff to greet you and a great restaurant downstairs to make you feel at home, the San Remo Hotel is San Francisco’s best kept secret. Our historic hotel is a hidden gem, offering guests a one-of-a kind experience. Sample Italian cuisine at the famous Fior d’Italia or explore San Francisco by bike, foot or trolley. Located between North Beach and Fisherman’s Wharf, we are nestled in a quiet neighborhood, just minutes from the Cable Car and mere blocks from many favorite San Francisco attractions. We offer a unique “old world ambiance” while being located right in the heart of the city. Why stay in the busy downtown, when you can relax and enjoy our quiet North Beach neighborhood?
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The name of the city is a phonetic contraction of Sant’Eremo di San Romolo, which refers to Romulus of Genoa, the successor to Syrus of Genoa. It is often stated in modern folk stories that Sanremo is a translation of „Saint Remus“, a deceased Saint. In Ligurian, his name is San Rœmu. The spelling San Remo is on all ancient maps of Liguria, the ancient Republic of Genoa, Italy in the Middle Ages, the Kingdom of Sardinia, and the Kingdom of Italy. It was used in 1924 in official documents under Mussolini. This form of the name appears still on some road signs and, more rarely, in unofficial tourist information. It has been the most widely used form of the name in English at least since the 19th century.
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San Remo Hotel guests enjoy the Victorian charm and comfort of sixty-two uniquely decorated cozy rooms. Brass, iron, oak, maple, pine or wicker furniture and pedestal sinks recall turn-of-the-century San Francisco. Each room is separate and private. > Guest Accommodations
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At The San Remo Hotel in San Francisco, we enjoy thinking of new ways to save you money and have fun. That’s why we’ve created the following lodging offers, designed to help you maximize your Bay Area vacation or business travel budget. > Specials & Packages

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