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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.

    Young couple from Germany
  • This is a good clean hotel in a great location close to Union Square. Whilst I like the hotel and have stayed there twice, it has no real facilities of its own such as a bar or restaurant. It does have two good restaurants next door though and shares a building with the Playhouse theatre. Morton's Steakhouse, one of the restaurants has a bar. The concierge service lacks a little personality/information but San Francisco is easy to figure out (just avoid the Tenderloin area and the hobo's)

    Perry, Solo traveler from the United Kingdom
  • San Francisco hotels are generally expensive, yes, however this one was worth the money. Situated in a very good part of the Union Square area and also close to Chinatown, no reason for complaints. Our room was surprisingly big and service from the people of the hotel was as it should be. Also the valet service for our car was very convenient.

    Damien, Young couple from the Netherlands
  • 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.

    Cheryl, Young couple from the United States
  • Liked the location and the bed was great. It was the most reasonably priced I found in the Chinatown/Union square area, that offered more ambiance than standard motels. If you like the small boutique hotels like in Europe you will like this.

    Sherrie, Mature couple from the United States

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The Mosser Hotel Good 7.8 Prime location - shopping district, in walking distance to Chinatown, Embarcadero, AT&T Park etc. All transport readily available and close by. Cosy rooms, with large windows on both sides (we had a corner room), great looking out and seeing the bustling street. We had a private suite, bathroom was fine and room was attended too on a daily basis. Comfy beds. We'll certainly stay here again. Thanks Mosser!
Hotel Kabuki, a Joie de Vivre Hotel Good 7.9 No complaints at all. Clean rooms, comfy beds and quiet . Reserved 2 rooms with great city view and joining balcony. Room service was great and quick, delicious breakfast. Parked in the attached garage and if you get your parking ticket stamped at the market , you will get a discount... About 5 blocks down post street is a great restaurant with karaoke rooms , cost for the room rental is about $55 per hr for the up to 8 ppl occupancy, fun for family and friends.
Orchard Hotel Excellent 8.8 Furnishings are simple, tasteful and beautiful. Spacious room and bath, as clean as could be.
The Wharf Inn Good 7.3 central location with free parking
Handlery Union Square Hotel Very good 8 everything was to our satisfaction
The Opal Good 7.2 The style, location, comfort and the staff attitude and response to queries- all very good
The Donatello Hotel Excellent 8.6 We loved the comfort and layout of the room and the guest services on the top floor. Especially the Top floor Concierge Chris. Very nice guy..
The Fairmont San Francisco Excellent 8.7 Beautiful hotel with friendly and helpful staff. Location second to none.
Hotel Nikko San Francisco Very good 8.4 Clean, comfortable, super friendly and helpful staff.
Chancellor Hotel on Union Square Very good 8.4 Great spot, excellent vibe at hotel. Rooms very quaint and convenient.
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 Great location, lots of restaurants close by and shopping, good price.
Grand Hyatt San Francisco Union Square Very good 8.5 Location spot on, staff very helpful and room was spotless
Wyndham Canterbury at San Francisco Very good 8.4 Clean, updated facility. Friendly staff
Washington Suites Pleasant 6.5 Good location near metro, White House. Modern, good condition and immaculate.

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