One day we were out of the hotel only one hour. I requested the room cleaned during this brief window, and it was----immaculately! And with a smile. This can-do attitude pervades the hotel. Every thing about it is first class.
very good place to stay in SF, perfect location for tourists. Not recommended for family with kids - small room in busy downtown. They don't have complimentary breakfest which is good ( usually junk in the hotels ), but they serve delicious coffee and tea with very tasty cookies 24h!! You can buy very tasty breakfest in hotel's restaurant in good price.
Clean, beautiful & great service.
We ate in the restaurant, went to To ha room for drinks, ordered room service for dinner & Breakfast...all excellent.
We we able to check in over an hour early, offered a discounted upgrade with a beautiful view!
Hotel G is only a minute from Union Square and is quite close to the Westfield Shopping Centre. The hotel still has the unique old-style feel while still being very updated. The rooms are a decent size as well - my only complaint would be that there is no overhead light in the bedroom or bathroom, so I found it a bit dark. The staff are friendly and helpful with bar/restaurant suggestions. If you're travelling alone and looking for somewhere to mingle and meet people, I highly suggest the Golden Gate Tap Room on Powell Street. There's skee ball, pool, shuffle board etc. and a friendly atmosphere. I also really enjoyed the Three 9 Eight restaurant (the parisian breakfast is mt favourite especially if you are in a hurry) and Roy was a friendly, attentive, and excellent server. Be careful walking west past Mason St in the Tenderloin - there are lots of homeless people in the area. Overall, a great hotel I would definitely stay at again!
I stayed here in October 2014 for a conference for 3 days. Overall, it was very nice. The room was small but very pleasant. The bathroom was fantastic and very spacious. Overall, it had the feel of a well-maintained hotel from the early 20th century, which I personally really enjoyed. Next door to the hotel is a great diner which serves food all day, and you're only a few blocks away public transportation.
Flagship stores ring Union Square, among the vanguard of West Coast retail. Chinatown begins at Grant Avenue and Bush Street, while Gold Rush-era mansions crown Nob Hill. South of Union Square, the convention center area includes the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Cable cars turn around at Powell and Market streets to head back to Fisherman's Wharf.