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1625 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115 – 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||
|Room Selected at Check-In|
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Fitness Center, Massage
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
Free! 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.
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.
Free! 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.
Free! 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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Featuring a modern fitness center, this San Francisco hotel is a 3-minute walk from the shops, restaurants and galleries of Union Square. All modern rooms provide free Wi-Fi and plush bathrobes.
Score from 382 reviews Very good
In the SoMa district, renowned for its museums, shops and gourmet restaurants, and moments from top area attractions, this hotel blends retro-style furnishings with state-of-the-art amenities and...
Score from 126 reviews Review score
Right in San Francisco's Marina District, only a short walk to area attractions, including the scenic Presidio waterfront park, this motel has comfortable accommodations in a convenient downtown...
Score from 517 reviews Good
Ghirardelli Square is just a 4-minute walk from this central San Francisco hotel. It features an outdoor pool and an on-site restaurant. All guest rooms include free Wi-Fi and a cable TV.
Score from 1227 reviews Good
the air in the room and the food
the room we had was very small. No body can walk behind the one seated at the desk....
The location is too close to the downtown, the staff was very friendly and professional
The reception was full of people when arriving, people sitting and eating every where
It should be free
After a long day of travel I arrived in the evening just wanting to have dinner in my room and go to bed however not not only was the hotel restaurant closed because it was Monday room service was not available either.
I booked a weekend here with my mom, sister, and two kids for a fun little getaway. We loved that the hotel was just steps away from the Japanese mall. We trolled the shopping center with the kids and had lots of fun shopping for unique gifts and toys. This hotel is situated perfectly for city exploration with the family as we were able to return to the hotel pretty quickly to put the kids down for nap or to have a quick snack. The rooms are pretty straight-forward - beds, TV, bathroom. We had a room with the Japanese soaking tub, but didn't have time to try it out. The shower was a bit strange to me - it's located openly next to the tub. You have to see it to know what I'm talking about... That staff was very accommodating, allowing our party to check-in a bit early because of the kids. Upon request, they bought up a crib/ playpen for my 1 year old nephew. They also held our bags after check-out while we enjoyed lunch before heading home. Good for families. Great location.
Furniture and fixtures inside the room are old, worn-down, and dated. Overall room decor isn't striking. I can't believe I'm going to say this (because I'm a generation "X-er"), but it looks like everything in the room was from the 90s! I think we were missing a nightstand and a side-chair. Rooms are A LOT smaller than I expected - but I heard that's just a San Francisco thing (I'm from Los Angeles). Japanese mural panels functioned as curtains and were difficult to "glide" back-and-forth to access glass door if we wanted to let some fresh air in. Why would we need to let fresh air in you ask? The AC system is not great. I had a difficult time sleeping because it was so stuffy - despite the AC being on all night. Beds are really firm and not so comfortable for me. The sheets must have been pressed with extra starch because they were so stiff that they made "crunching" noise every time I adjusted my position. Gym has like 2 treadmills and 1 elliptical. No spa on-site. The recommended spa is also named, Kabuki, but is offsite. Like I said, it was great for my family situation that weekend, but I probably wouldn't recommend this place to my girl friends or co-workers. And, I certainly didn't re-book this hotel for my upcoming SF trip with my fiance - it's not a romantic-type hotel.
Location, friendly efficient staff, comfortable accomodation
checkout was 12pm. A extra half day was only until 3pm - we wanted to leave at 6pm so had to pay another whole day
Location in quiet area but close to main attractions
Bathroom doesnt have door... Needs refurbishing, spaces can be better used
Lovely lobby Pretty garden Great location
Lumpy beds & poor pillows Unable to open the window at night since you share the patio space with your neighbor Air in the room didn't work Plumbing was old and the toilet didn't flush well The towels were dirty. We asked for extra and one of the ones I received had either blood or makeup on it - eewww I don't expect at a hotel like that to have additional funds held on my credit card in case I damage something - seriously?
location is great, Japantown is fascinating and convenient, use the parking lot below the hotel with elevators directly into the hotel, don't use the expensive valet.
The whole place feels a little shabby and worn out. Needs a refresh, but the staff make up for it and the place is clean.
Room looked nice, comfy beds, balcony,
Bathroom layout was weird (no solid door to block off bathing area, which is awkward when rooming with friends), minibar was ridiculously expensive, wifi was very cheap and minimal and only allowed one device to connect, fire alarm went off at 4am so we got very little sleep Overall was not worth what we paid, could have gotten a better deal at a motel.
Relatively quiet with attentive staff and easy access to CPMC.
Beds need an upgrade. We had backaches the next day. Food service not available Sunday evening.
The views were awesome!
You need to install a shower curtain so two people can get ready in the bathroom at the same time. It slowed us down a bit and we were in a hurry to go to our Music festival
The beds were comfy and the room was clean. The staff was very knowledgable of the area and could answer any questions that we had.
The bathroom had an awkward layout with a glass door on the shower and and you are visible to someone who needs the mirror and sink to get ready.
A lot of Japanese restaurants in the neighborhood, Spacious room (Corner King), nice view, Japanese style, Wi-fi.
Deep bath tub, furniture is a bit worn down.
The is nice and good lacated. Staff at Check in was very supportive and Check three rooms for early Check in to Meer our needs
Rooms Need a Little update and Double Queen rooms could be larger
Close proximity to the hospital where my granddaughter had surgery. Easy access to bus transportation
fire alarm going of in the wee hours of the morning (twice)
Clean Rooms Free Wifi Beautiful Japanese Garden
Curtains in our room. Lack of screens.
It's has a Japanese bath and a package of salt for bath comes with the room.
The Japanese Bathroom Comfort
Great cost benefit considering most hotels are very expensive in SFO. It is very nice that hotel elevator can take you to parking area. Beds and wifi are very good and staff helpful.
I would say that although bathroom is amazing shower is not that pleasant due to shower height and coverage area.
We liked the location, in a very nice, clean neighborhood.
The bathroom was functional and adequate, but not modern.
Ambience, and in the center of Japan Town. Photos were far better than the actual rooms themselves.
Valet wouldn't let us unload luggage from the car in front of hotel Made us park in an underground garage (hotel lot was full) but had to drag luggage up a flight of stairs. Check-in staff was okay but didn't fit the high service profile of a 'Japanese' hotel. We checked out early.
Bathroom was not Japanese standard as expected from a Japanese hotel.
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