Breakfast at hotel for large party
I am looking for a tasty, inexpensive hotel breakfast for a large party. Preferably near BART. Suggestions anyone?
Basically, I'm figuring out which hotel to have my wedding guests stay at and one element is where we can host a post-wedding breakfast. Some places we've looked have charged an alarming amount of money. Thoughts?
The trouble is that most hotel breakfasts are either overpriced, not that great or overpriced AND not too good.
One though would be to consider hotels with breakfast buffets. That was why I asked what day of the week since some only have Sunday full buffets.
Then again there is the price of the room. What range are you hoping for guests to pay? What part of the city is acceptable?
Just on the other side of the Bay Murray Circle has a very nice breakfast buffet in a lovely room. It is $18. However, your guests in addition to having to cross the bridge would be spending big bucks to stay there.
Hotel Driscoll has a 'complementary gourment breakfast buffet'. Don't know how it is. Don't know if it is avalable for non guests for a charge.
The Marriot has a $22 breakfast buffet. The King George has a $15 buffet. There's a bunch more, but not sure if you want to go the buffet route. It would seem to eliminate the need for a private room.
Thank you so much for your help. We're looking at breakfast the Monday of Memorial Day Weekend. I'm hoping guests will pay under $200 w/o breakfast. We're having some wedding events in the Mission so we want folks either to say within walking distance of Dolores Park or easily accessible via Muni or Bart. And in a nice neighborhood.
I've rec'd an invitation to a wedding in SF that blocked out the nine rooms and suites at the Chateau Tivoli for out of towners. Rates are $130-$290/night, quite a bargain in this town. Looking at the website, it can accommodate 40 seated or 80 for a buffet. Now, anyone know how the breakfast or brunch food fares here?
Chateau Tivoli Bed and Breakfast
1057 Steiner St, San Francisco, CA
One thing to note is that not all of your guests will stay at the hotel that you reserved rooms for, or at least that was the case when I got married. In that case the Townsend recommendation might be a decent option, although 50 people in that space might be tight.
Also, in SF you will need to factor in the 21% service charge for a private event plus the 8.5% tax. For example, the Hotel Vitale breakfast minimum for a group event was $500 in 2007, not inclusive of service and tax.