Firefox can do it, can Chrome?
Here's what I'm looking for:
I just toggle the bookmarks bar on and off (ctrl-shift-B) when I need a little bit more space, but not so much more that I use fullscreen mode. There's no way to toggle the address bar as well.
Ctrl-tab still works when you're in fullscreen mode, so this is good enough for me.
The extension Fullscreen address bar does:
Address bar for fullscreen mode : Use F6 key or move mouse to top screen.
Tab list : Use ctrl key and top/down arrows
That exits presentation mode and (I think) solves your problem.
I'm using Google Chrome (Version 22.0.1229.79) on the mac, and fullscreen mode still shows the tabs!
You can toggle fullscreen mode using:
Shift + Cmd + F
and you can toggle the bookmarks bar using:
Shift + Cmd + B
Which gives you lots more space!
You can toggle tabs upwards and backward also using Ctrl + Pg Up or Pg Dn.
Relaunch Chrome in Windows 8 mode. Than right click on task bar (shelf) at the bottom, enable auto-hide