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The Mosser Hotel Good 7.8 Location, room sizes, facilities, friendly staff
Hotel Diva San Francisco Very good 8.1 Close to union square, great places to eat nearby, (Starbucks at foyer!), fantastic decor, comfy beds, quiet room (at rear of hotel), most helpful staff. The mid range hotel we have stayed at yet on this trip. Definately recommend the Diva.Geoff, Sydney, Australia.
Hotel Kabuki, a Joie de Vivre Hotel Very good 8 I did like a location, decor. Japanese breakfast was an excellent and delicious choice for breakfast.
Handlery Union Square Hotel Very good 8 Absolutely perfect location, Great rooms. Worth 4 star
Embassy Hotel Okay 5.6 Built in 1929, it still has a wonderful feel with its Art Deco style, lovely furniture, small but classy rooms and cool elevator. Plus the staff was awesome. Full ov information and smiles. Will be back for sure!
The Opal Good 7.2 We often stay at the Opal. It's within walking distance of the Fillmore, so we stay when we attend concerts. It's an excellent hotel.
The Fairmont San Francisco Excellent 8.7 Excellent location Great décor Great service
Hotel Nikko San Francisco Very good 8.5 location is the best, easy yo access public transportations as well as shopping areas
Chancellor Hotel on Union Square Very good 8.4 Great spot, excellent vibe at hotel. Rooms very quaint and convenient.
Beresford Arms Good 7.7 cool and accessible great value
Hotel Whitcomb Pleasant 6.5 Wow! I was a little nervous after reading some reviews but with the place, you have nothing to worry about. We loved our stay at Hotel Whitcomb. Burney at the front desk did everything to make sure our night was perfect and was so helpful with all of our questions. The Bell Hop staff were personal and great as well. It's a beautiful, classified 'Top Historic Hotel' that is so close to a BART station. Getting anywhere is so easy because of this. And there's a Starbucks in the lobby which makes breakfast and coffee in the am a breeze. Enjoy your stay here! We did and we'll certainly be back!
Hotel Beresford Good 7.4 Staff were switched on, cleaning staff were friendly, bed was comfy, location worked well for rental cars.
Hyatt Regency San Francisco Very good 8.1 Everything. The hotel is gorgeous, staff very helpful and courteous, views stunning. We were offered an upgrade on arrival to enable access to their Regency Club with 360 degree rooftop lounge, continental breakfast, light luncheon snacks, and evening buffet/snack included. Well worth doing. The lounge was a perfect place to relax. Also, a rental car outfit were on site - very convenient.
Wyndham Canterbury at San Francisco Very good 8.4 Beautifully furnished apartment with hotel lobby & concierge services Well equipped kitchen with microwave (no stove) Comfortable bed Great shower Very helpful, friendly staff, Pool table Quiet despite being in central location
Hotel G San Francisco Very good 8.3 Freshly renovated, with modern designer styling throughout, all the luxury and space you could need. THE most comfortable bed we have ever slept in!

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    Home to one of America’s icons – the Golden Gate Bridge – San Francisco is a liberal city where life is very much for the living.

    Surrounded by water on 3 sides, the city's spread over steep hills that make for great photo ops. And none better than the zig-zag Lombard Street, seen in many a film. Even more famous are San Fran's iconic trolleys climbing the hills – a little touristy, but still worth a ride.

    In the middle of the bay, Alcatraz island is known for the notorious criminals once imprisoned there. Even if you don’t go inside, the views of the bridge and city are unparalleled.

    Nowhere is life in San Francisco more laid-back than on the Pacific beaches. Rent a bike and head out there, passing through the huge Golden Gate Park, before returning to sample some fresh seafood at Fisherman’s Wharf. Don't miss the clam chowder served in bread bowls! Chinatown also has a great selection of mid-range restaurants.

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    • A great place with extremely helpful and friendly staff! Just several blocks away from Union Square and close to Chinatown. On the top floor there is a terrace with a beautiful view of the city. There are some homeless people in the neighborhood (a church nearby offers food and shelter), but they are not aggressive. If someone feels uncomfortable with that, the hotel offers shuttle services to Union Square, Moscone Center, Fisherman's Wharf, and Japantown. I think Cova hotel offers one of the best value-for-money deals in San Francisco.

    • This is a Good Hotel. Nothing special but its clean and comfortable. The price was good compared to other hotels in San Francisco. Not real close to downtown but the Muni is a block away. The beach and zoo are also close but I didn't come to SF for either so it served no purpose. I would stay here again because of the cost and being clean with free parking

    • The location is the best thing that this hotel offers, along with free parking.

    • The location of this hotel just 1 block from Union Square means it is an ideal base for exploring San Francisco on foot. It's just a couple of blocks from Powell St BART as well so easy access from airport. Free wifi, room safe, comfortable bed, coffee facilities are all positives.

    • Modern decor, but like all San Francisco hotels the room was tiny. I think they did the best that they could with the space they had. The bed was comfy enough and the room was quiet. The staff were very friendly and helpful. However, I felt like it was very overpriced for what we got. We did go on a very popular weekend in the summer, so I'm not sure how much they normally charge. I know all the hotels in the area were ridiculously priced that weekend. Location was close to a BART stop and bus stops. Walkable to union square and Chinatown.

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