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Best Western Hotel Tomo in San Francisco, CA

June 3, 2011 by

San Francisco is home to a recently remodeled, Japanese pop culture inspired hotel: Best Western Hotel Tomo.

The lobby is home to walls of televisions and the rooms are decorated with anime murals and glow-in-the-dark desk blotters in each guest room. This hotel gives guests a unparalleled San Francisco experience.

The Best Western Hotel Tomo has 125 guestrooms in an eight-story building. Guests will find that rooms at the hotel are not only spacious, cheery and relaxed; they are Japanese pop works of art. Each room has its own identity through anime-style wall paintings and views of the city. All rooms are newly renovated with amenities including: luxurious linens, 26-inch flat LCD televisions, DirecTV, free HBO, and pay per view movies and games, iPod docking stations with radios, a bean bag chair, desk space with complimentary high-speed wired and wireless internet access, full bath and shower, hair dryers, iron/ironing board, in-room safes, and in-room coffee/tea maker and mini-refrigerators.

Guests are welcome to choose from a variety of room styles: Deluxe King Room, Deluxe Queen Room, Tomo Queen Room, Balcony Queen Room and Players Suite. The hotel’s Players Suite is a guestroom with two queen beds designed for all out play. This unique suite features an 8 by 5 foot LCD screen with High Definition Television so couples, families and friends can play Nintendo Wii or Sony PS3, have a private movie screening, or dance the night away in their own private club while showing music videos.

Mums Restaurant and Bar, found in Hotel Tomo, is a popular dining spot in Japantown. The inside is made up of dark wood, clean lines, hand-painted murals, and complementary tones that create a modern Japanese environment. Food lovers of all types gather in groups to this fashionable restaurant to enjoy its specialty dish, shabu-shabu. Shabu-shabu is an mixture of thinly sliced rib-eye steak served with fresh vegetables and noodles and is cooked at your table in an iron-hot pot.

The hotel offers a modern fitness facility with a treadmill overlooking Japantown, elliptical and recumbent cycle, weights and bench, stretching area with mat and exercise ball.

The Hotel Tomo’s unique Japanese pop culture design is refreshing and exciting for travelers in San Francisco.

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