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1625 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115, United States of America – Show map
|Double Room with Two Double Beds - Disability Access|
|Queen Room - Disability Access|
|Double Room with Two Double Beds|
|Tower Corner King Room|
|Corner King Room with City View|
|Double Room with Two Double Beds and City View|
|King Room with City View|
|Club King Room|
|Executive Suite with Sauna|
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Hotel Kabuki, a Joie de Vivre Hotel's staff speaks: Chinese, Filipino, Portuguese, Spanish, English
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Fitness Center, Massage
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and costs USD 40 per day.
Public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 23 per day.
Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
Chinese, Filipino, Portuguese, Spanish, English
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 18 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 20 per person per night when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
When booking more than 9 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Clean & comfortable!
The staff was very friendly, courteous and helpful. This was not a pleasure trip. My mother was sent to Cal Pacific Medical Center via ambulance from Redding for an emergency procedure. We had no idea how long we would be in SF. The staff accommodated us and made adjustments as we went. They even upgraded our room. The shuttle between the hotel and Cal Pacific was greatly appreciated. We also ate in the hotel restaurant and bar which offered us the same friendly service. The bartender, Bill, was very nice too.
My biggest complaint would be the street noise. The hotel needs to upgrade the insulation and windows to provide a quieter experience. Or I guess I could've brought ear plugs as I'm a light sleeper.
-Great price for a last minute booking -Some say the rooms are outdated and too 90's, I liked them! (and ours was the cheapest, smallest option) -Big, high walled tubs w/ complimentary bath salts (great for this couple! :D) -Cushy beds -Elevator direct from rooms to city parking and Japan Center mall -Clock/ipod dock on nightstand w/USB port means I could charge my phone close to me (great for alarm!) -Good flat screen TVs (these photos w/old tube tvs must be outdated...) -Save your money on room service or minibar snacks/water: There's a Daiso store inside the mall accessible from the hotel that sells everything for $1.50! Pocky and iced tea over tiny $3 kettle chips ANY day! -Super friendly hotel staff, lobby doors open all night. Great for us since we ordered a pizza to the room!
-the Izakaya bar/grill in the lobby closes at 11 (way too early for this nightowl, had to go across the street to find another bar) -In addition: Bar closed on Sundays? Yikes! -Parking: Yes? Sorta. It's City Parking, prepare to pay the max of $23 for overnight. -Not fun having to fight for parking with mall-goers. Shouldn't the hotel have it's own parking sectioned off in the lot? -The balconies are okay, but you share them with the room next door! Our loud neighbors went out to smoke and stood outside our room! -The glass door to the shower area from the restroom didn't bother me since I was staying with my significant other, but there was nowhere for me to hang my bathrobe! -Thermostats are automatic, which is a bummer for me because I love my room to be chilly after a long day out! -Basic Free Wi-Fi is okay but only limited to two devices.
Front desk agents (Men) are too Cute ..
No Concierge ;( (Front Desk agent not suppose to be a Concierge)
limited parking facility !!!
The staff's friendliness, and the location made it a perfect place to stay. Wonderful restaurants within walking distance, and a short taxi ride got us into the hustle and bustle of the city.
Like all big cities the cost of parking!
love the location and the decor. the desk staff is always very welcoming and love the soaking tub.
The valet personnel are very unhelpful. The condition of the rooms not quite what it could be. The phone charger didn't work The bathroom door stuck and was hard to close and loud as a result. paint was chipping off the bathroom walls.
Good bed, close to Japantown, nice staff.
We needed a relaxing break from the daily grind and Hotel Kabuki did just that! We left revived and ready to go back out into the world. Thank you!
We wished the spa was open later xmas eve or xmas day because we would have loved to get massages, but we understand why it was closed. .we'll just have to come back!
Hotel staff were friendly, and check in was seamless (which is always nice). The location was good - close to Hayes Valley (great food & bars), walking distance to the Castro, and short cab ride from other destinations. The room size, bathroom, and general cleanliness was fine. The rooms felt a little old and in need of an upgrade. However, I think it was good value for money and that the facilities were appropriate to the price (compared to other hotels in San Francisco).
Parking was expensive ($23 day + tax) Bed was not particularly comfortable, and pillows could do with being replaced
The lobby, ease of access, the staff is friendly enough, the Japanese decor in the room...
The rooms need to be upgraded -- they are showing their age, wear and tear, etc.
japanese theme Nice viewver Clean Helpful staff
the room would need some renovation
Room Safe Location Close to transportation Price Service
Was great to be able to get in after 9pm and have a pitcher of Sapporo and delicious food just steps away from the elevator. Loved the balcony that connected our two rooms. The beds were comfy and warm, and pillows were abundant. The staff was kind and accommodating.
Could have used more hooks in the bathroom for towels etc. Only one light switch for the entire bathroom - need separate switches for different areas (toilet, sink, shower). Saturday morning the wait for the main elevator was ridiculous - well over 5 minutes.
All staff was very nice but the front door valet men were very nice and so helpful with any information we needed.
The restaurant isn't open on a Sunday or Monday night for dinner. Very disappointed with that
very comfortable; Japanese-style baths are a great plus. Central location; easy to get places with Lyft and Uber.
Have stayed here on number of occasions. Spacious comfortable rooms.
This stay give a room on East side building on steet side across from trucking business w trucks rolling out noisily from 4 AM. Complained and essentially told 'too bad'.
The staff were very nice and helpful.
The room could have used upgrading. The shoji screens on the windows were hard to move. The soaking tub was too small to be comfortable.
I got a room with a balcony and the view was just incredible. The staff were so friendly and helpful. I only stayed for one night but it is definitely more than just a place to sleep. The spa attached really makes this hotel worth while.
having to check out, I didn't want to leave.
Quiet, unconjested area with good restaurants and shopping nearby. Loved the style of the hotel and rooms however some rooms do not have darkening shades on the windows.
Valet parking was $45, however underground parking Is available for $23 overnight (without in & out)
I was surprised to find the parking garage had an access to the hotel elevator... very convenient. We were there to see a show at the Fillmore, a brief walk away.
All hotels in San Francisco are ridiculously priced, but by comparison, the Kabuki seemed like a much higher value. My only regret is that we didn't get a kiss after paying so much to spend a few hours in a hotel.
Location of this hotel right in the heart of Japantown. Décor a bit dated, but room clean and very comfortable. View from room fantastic, seeing the Golden Gate Bridge in the distance. All the staff in the hotel extremely helpful and friendly nothing too much trouble. I would definitely stay again and definitely recommend it. Checking-in brilliant all on internet and text to confirm room ready when arriving in USA so collected key and went straight to room.
Could do with a bit more lighting in the room. A large stand lamp appeared the day before due to leave, I think someone had maybe forgotten to put it in the room. Day before leaving after a weeks stay was not much use! Overall décor a little date and could do with update
In room sauna was the best part
Price was very good based on others hotels of comparable service and quality.
I wish the Kabuki Springs Spa was located in the hotel, did not like the walk down the street for spa treatment. Assumed based on the hotel website the spa was in the hotel.
I liked the view, and the bed was comfortable.
There wasn't a door separating the vanity/shower from the bedroom. Also, we paid extra for a supposed "luxury" room, and it wasn't as nice as our friends room that cost much less. Did not like additional $37 a day charge. Unexpected $117 expense. Would not come again.
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