My family stayed for Thansgiving night and we had a wonderful experience. We booked 4 rooms for the night. There was a confusion on our credit card on file but they they apologized and gave us complimentary cocktail drinks. That was nice 😀 The ambiance of the lounge was comfy and cozy. The only complain was one of the rooms had a sink drainage problem.
This hotel is the best hotel I've stayed at so far. The decorations are beautiful, the staff is so friendly and funny, and the rooms are super nice and clean. Definitely coming to this hotel on our next visit
was a one day experience but way worth it...it is a few blocks away from the union square, surrounded by restos and shops...hotel is small but reasonable in pricing...they offer valet parking which is a must in downtown sanfo...
Good location, 2 doros next to 24/7 food market (with good selection of healthy food, wines and prepared meals and salads). Wallgreens is inside as well (although not open 24/7). Hotel is centrally located. 5 mins walk from Powell metro stop.
Stayed here for a 3 nights while visiting SanFran. Rooms aren't huge, but clean, well maintained, with newer amenities. The cleaning staff is great, and my room always had a fresh supply of towels and other toiletries. The room was clean, the bedding super comfortable and also had a spacious closet. They also had a morning coffee bar and evening wine reception, which was nice. The staff at the front desk was also pretty helpful.
Great place if you want to walk to Union Square, Chinatown or even Fisherman's Wharf (if you like a good long stroll). Safe location, lots of cafes around. They have valet parking. Breakfast was decent (bagels, oatmeal, fruit, hot drinks). The hotel has a very European feel. Decor is antique style; not flashy and new (and the elevator is antique too) but everything was clean, very quiet and comfortable.
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.