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Boasting a garden, Parker Guest House is situated in San Francisco in the California region, 2.4 km from San Francisco City Hall. This 3-star hotel offers a concierge service and luggage storage... The social hour was a nice touch as was hanging out in the beautiful backyard after a long day of sightseeing!
Built in 1903, Hotel Drisco boasts Edwardian architecture. Atop Pacific Heights on Pacific Avenue, this luxurious San Francisco hotel is only 5 minutes' walk from Presidio National Park. We experienced superior service and quality throughout the property.
Centrally located at the intersection of California Street and Montgomery Street, Omni San Francisco boasts a restaurant and elegant rooms. The staff were amazing. So very friendly and courteous. I liked how they brought cookies and milk for our son each day in the afternoon when we got back to the hotel.
Built high atop Ghirardelli Square with San Francisco Bay views, this urban San Francisco resort features luxurious apartments with free WiFi and fully equipped gourmet kitchens. Very comfortable beds, food display and choices were excellent, very clean, and friendly staff!
This 5-star hotel, situated at the top of Nob Hill in downtown San Francisco, overlooks Grace Cathedral. This luxury hotel features spacious rooms and an award-winning spa. Excellent location, spacious room.
This European-style hotel is located 1 block from Union Square Park and 4 blocks from the Powell Street BART Station. It offers rooms with a flat-screen TV and free WiFi. A lovely and warm place in the center of San Francisco. Friendly and helpful staff, we would definitely go back!
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Set in the bustling South of Market (SoMa) District of San Francisco, Virgin Hotels San Francisco offers a rooftop lounge with panoramic views. Three on-site restaurants offer diverse dining options.
Less than 1 km from San Francisco City Hall, Boston Hotel is located in San Francisco and offers rooms with free WiFi. This 1-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk. Boston Hotel was excellent value in an expensive city.
Featuring a shared lounge, bar and free WiFi, The Bartlett Hotel and Guesthouse is situated in San Francisco, 600 metres from Union square and 2.1 km from Moscone Center. Loved the location- was close to everything. We could walk anywhere within 10 mins.
Located in San Francisco’s charming Hayes Valley neighbourhood, The Annex - Hayes Valley Inn is just 5 minutes’ walk from attractions such as the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House and San... I liked the spacious room. The bed was a little bit small for two.
Located in San Francisco’s South of Market District, this hotel is 2 minutes’ walk from The Warfield concert venue and the Golden Gate Theater. good for short stay in the city.
Located in a historic flatiron building in the heart of Market Street, San Francisco Proper Hotel offers a unique urban hotel experience. Loved the style of the interiors. Very well done. Staff were polite and very helpful.
Located 400 metres from San Francisco City Hall, Oak Hotel features guest rooms with free WiFi. The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and the Asian Art Museum are just 8 minutes’ walk away. It was very clean and central
Featuring free WiFi, SF Plaza Hotel offers accommodation in San Francisco. This centrally located hotel is just 300 metres from theatres, shopping and dining in the popular Union Square District. Location Cleaning helpful staff perfect breakfast
Centrally located on Lombard Street in San Francisco’s Marina District, Lombard Inn offers comfortable accommodation with free WiFi. Free covered guest parking is provided. we were near everything, we could walk everywhere from this place to visit - from our room we could...
Located in San Francisco, Columbus Inn is located 300 metres from Lombard Street and 7 minutes’ walk to Fisherman’s Wharf. Guests can enjoy free covered parking at the property. Older Inn, easy walk down to Fishermans Wharf, very large room, excellent value for money.
Located directly across from Chinatown’s Dragon Gate, The Urban offers accommodation in San Francisco. Free WiFi and free 24-hour coffee are offered to guests. Perfect, clean, safe and well situated. The staff is very kind and here if help is needed !
Hotel 964 is located in the South of Market (SOMA) district in San Francisco, 700 metres from Moscone Center and 800 metres from shopping, cafes and restaurants in Union Square. Cozy feeling of staying and a friends house in the middle of San Francisco.
Centrally located between the Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf, Chelsea Inn is 1.4 km from Ghirardelli Square and 1.5 km from Lombard Street. Free WiFi is available in all guest rooms. The staff were amazing. We left some jewellery in the room and they contacted us and were able to...
Located just 6 minutes’ walk from Civic Center Plaza, Hotel EPIK offers accommodation in Downtown San Francisco. All rooms at this hotel offer free WiFi. Great staff, new, clean, nesspresso in the room, location...
Located in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, trendy bars, theaters, downtown shopping and cable cars stops are conveniently located within 5 minutes' walk of Artmar Hotel. Very clean, and the location it’s perfect, 5 minutes walking from Union Square
Ram's Hotel is located in the South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood in San Francisco, 400 metres from San Francisco City Hall and 1.4 km from Union Square. This property also offers free WiFi. Service was great. Very friendly and helpful people at reception.
Steps from Union Square, this historic yet modernized hotel features classic European charm and in-room spa services. Great stay and would love to stay again next time in San Francisco
Located 5 minutes’ walk from San Francisco’s vibrant Union Square, this bed & breakfast-style property offers uniquely decorated guest rooms, each furnished with a gas fireplace. Fantastic staff. Cosy bright lounges with books & games .
Just 5 minutes' walk from vibrant Union Square, the recently restored Hotel Nikko San Francisco offers a modern, Asian-inspired aesthetic and features an indoor pool with a glass atrium and an on-site... All the staff are very helpful and friendly!
Located five minutes’ walk to the shops and restaurants at Union Square and Yerba Buena Gardens, this San Francisco hotel provides a full-service spa, an adult indoor lap pool and a restaurant. mi hanno fatto upgrade alla Presidential Suite
Located in a historic building that is just 5 minutes’ walk from Union Square, Marines' Memorial Club & Hotel Union Square boasts a rooftop restaurant, a library, a full-service health club and a 564... The checking was super quick . The beds were super comfy .
Just 10 minutes' walk from Union Square and the Financial District, this luxury hotel offers on-site dining and spa services. A fitness centre is also available. Hotel personnel were extremely friendly and courteous.
Staypineapple is a historic 1913 hotel located just 5 minutes' walk from vibrant Union Square. It offers a coffee and cupcake reception at check-in and free WiFi in all rooms. Very friendly staff, very nice decor, extreamly comfortable room. I highly recommend this hotel
Centrally located in downtown San Francisco, this luxury 4-star hotel is one block from Union Square. It offers an Italian restaurant and rooftop lounge, a sauna, and spacious rooms with free WiFi. Room looked exactly like the pictures! Staff were very friendly Had an absolute blast!
San Francisco is a great holiday destination and we had a lovely time. We stayed by Union Square during a large conference and that was a great disappointment - we paid over $US500 a night for a hotel which normally retailed for $US175-$US220. And the room had no natural light, the air-conditioner must have come from the Ark and the air was stale. Felt like the whole of San Francisco was price gouging so when booking a trip, make sure there are no conferences on at the same time because that was a BIG mistake - clearly they thought everyone visiting that week would have their accommodation paid for by their employer! While there we went to Alcatraz - highly recommended, Pier 39 - was nice, a game of NFL which was interesting and generally hung out as we didn't hire a car this trip and I was a little mobility impaired. SF is great for people with mobility issues - I had really positive experiences everywhere we went. September-October months are a great time to visit. Will be back and next time we will venture further afield to the wine country.
We did the bike ride round to the Golden Gate Bridge. Did the ferry to Sausalito and return. Ate at Lou's near Fisherman's wharf. Rode the cable cars, trams and buses. San Francisco was great! Our accommodation less so! I would avoid staying at the Harbor Court hotel! Some things about it were good, but our particular room wasn't great!
San Francisco has a lot of history and many lovely and generous people. But not as generous as the tourists. The so called homeless people take an estimated average of $300 a day each from their activities. They make no contribution to the upkeep of the city but cost millions to put a roof over their heads ( That's right, not many actually sleep on the streets.) Consequently this city is the most expensive in the US to visit. You can get an excellent room in the centre of Paris for half the price of a mediocre room in San Francisco.
We stayed at the Seaside Inn in the Marina District, fabulous Indian (of origin) family run place, great location and very helpful on information regarding the area. We stayed 4 nights and could have stayed longer. They were very helpful with delivery to room service for pizza/pasta/salad delivery from Pizza Zone, it wasn't until the last night we discovered that Chestnut street behind the hotel and after about a 1/2 mile walk down the road there was a street with loads of trendy bars and restaurants, however after touring Alcatraz at night all we wanted was pizza and bed! Apart from the local takeaway.... we did try the local Indian, had to be done, we love Indian Cuisine and we were not disappointed by Viva Goa, really excellent food just like the UK but the Nan breads were exceptionally good :-) Alcatraz was unimaginable, we pre-booked our tickets for the night cruise, everything about the tour was great, the hospital area was open for the night tour.... totally different feel to it... the only time if felt creepy. Great views from Alcatraz looking back at San Fran but you have to be quick before the boat leaves, you don't want to stay here for the night! Other areas of interest I would mention are Haight Street and the restaurant The Stinking Rose - Haight Street is just everything 1960´s love, wacky and chilled... the restaurant The Stinking Rose - pricey but there Garlic Ice-cream is just ..... sooo unbelievably good. We used the Big Red Bus, ok, one way tour around the city, so if you want to get anywhere be prepared to wait (more than the advertised 20 mins) definitely not a short cut - to get from a to b, we walked within the marina district ... and it was easy to walk to the various tourist locations and also easy to get cabs if you didn't want to walk! Everything seemed to close at 10pm.. might be that we are use to the more European lifestyle but after 10.30pm it is bedtime :-(
San Francisco is a great city. If you are able to walk on hilly streets, nothing is out of reach. We walked day and night and right across the breadth of the city; Union Square, Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown etc. Visit the Golden Gate Tap Room on Powell Steet for the broadest selection of original draft beers I have ever seen. Prices are extremely reasonable for an excellent pint. Food here is also great and not pricey. McTeagues on Polk a Street is a great bar that opens up at 6am for UK football fans to watch Premier League games. They don't even mind if you take your own breakfast in with you!! Fantastic views of GG Bridge from Fort Point, a short drive from city. Driving is vey easy in San Francisco, so don't be afraid to rent a car and explore a bit wider. The only downside to car rental is parking. If your hotel doesn't include parking, identify a parking garage with 24 hour access. We used EZ Parking on Jones Street for $100 for 5 days pre booked. Enjoy clam chowder in a sourdough bowl at any of the harbour stalls at Fisherman's Wharf. A steal st only $7. Hotels in SF are expensive and can be uninspiring. We used the Hotel Beresford on Sutter Street. Expensive for a pretty rundown place, but is was clean and friendly and the location is perfect for everything. Take a trip over to Alcatraz to visit the former prison to amongst others, Al Capone. The audio tour of the cell block, which is included in the cost of the trip, gives a real insight into how life must have been for guards and inmates alike. Do yourself a favour and try to find the time to take the drive down California Highway 1 to 17 Mile Drive and Carmel. The views over the Pacific coastline are simply unforgettable. I look forward to my next visit with keen anticipation.
Find accomodation close to Pier 39 on Fishermans wharf. Ensure your hotel has laundry facilites. Shopping downtown Cable car ride downtown Visit to Lombard street which is a crooked street. Alcatraz island tour Eat at Bubba Gump
7.5 Good 765 reviews
The rooms were clean and the bed was comfortable! The espresso machine downstairs was great and there was also a k-cup style coffee machine in each room. Although it wasn’t the best location, it was within a walking distance to Union Square, Chinatown, and Japantown, which was where we wanted to be. The best part of this hotel was the amazing people that worked there. From the people at the front desk who always greeted us when we came in, to the housekeeping staff who always made sure we had everything we needed!
6.6 Review score 2,359 reviews
We stayed here for 5 nights and could not fault it. The room was comfortable and clean and had a sink, microwave and fridge. The shared bathrooms were clean and the staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfast was provided and ideal, porridge, cereal, toast, tea and coffee. The location is really close to central San Francisco and the subway. Yes the area isn’t the best but it’s a budget hotel and we had no problems at all. Thanks for a great stay, we will definitely be back.
9.1 Superb 189 reviews
This hotel is in an excellent location just off Union Square. The staff was unusually friendly and helpful. Don’t be discourage by the very basic front door and check in area. The rooms are nicely and comfortably furnished and well decorated and the bathroom is modern. There are nice little lounge rooms on each floor. The breakfast had a good selection, though one day the had run out of several options before we got down there. We will definitely stay there again!
8.1 Very good 2,155 reviews
The hotel is so well located - you can see Union square from the front entrance. The staff are so nice especially Tena and Herman, who upgraded us when we arrived super early and our room wasn't ready! Thank you again!! It was so nice to get a shower as soon as we arrived after a long bus trip! The facilities are great and a very comfortable hotel to stay in. San Francisco is such a beautiful city and no doubt I will be back again and back in this hotel!
8.7 Fabulous 1,085 reviews
Good location a few blocks uphill from Union Square, avoiding some of the noise and panhandling while still close to stores (if thats your thing - Id love to stay far from Union Square but most options are there). This hotel doesn’t look “contemporary” from outside but has one of the best rooms Ive stayed in SF around the $300 price point: spacious with a nice bathroom, also very clean and functional with 3 usb outlets and an iphone dock.
7.8 Good 1,150 reviews
This hotel suited our needs very well during our short stay in San Francisco over the holidays. If you like a bit more space then I'd recommend taking the studio room as it was very roomy and comfortable for a couple. Breakfast was a bonus and the location is great as you can easily walk to Union Square, Chinatown and beyond. When the hairdryer in the room wasn't working the staff replaced it immediately, which was very attentive.
8.9 Fabulous 381 reviews
This is a nice hotel just off of Union Square. My favorite part of this hotel is the workout room which is an outdoor terrace on the roof with a spectacular view of Union Square (it is covered). Very cool. I liked my room which was small, but cozy with slot doors and tasteful interior. Not inexpensive but not atypical for San Francisco (and Union Square) during the holidays.
8.6 Fabulous 1,768 reviews
Close proximity to Union Square, Beautiful view from my room (see photo), great Happy Hour in intimate setting. Lobby is inviting and comfy place to relax. Valet parking is reasonably priced compared to other hotels in the area. It’s a 3rd-party vendor so took slightly longer to retrieve my car but it was a beautiful day and I didn’t mind.
8.0 Very good 2,542 reviews
I loved the hotel, loved the city, loved it all. For San Francisco's prices, this hotel is a total winner! Located literally 20 seconds away from the California Line cable car, you need about 10 min to get to Union Square and Chinatown etc.... Oh yeah, the room sizes are WAYYYY bigger than what you'd generally find elsewhere.
8.2 Very good 4,633 reviews
Very good location. Only 4 blocks away from Union Square. Quiet hotel. Very clean and big rooms. Free light breakfast every morning. Good customer service. Nice and helpful hotel staff. I always stay at Beresford Arms Hotel every time I go to San Francisco. It’s always a good stay in this hotel.
7.4 Good 250 reviews
The property is just a short walk to the Union Square. The room was very comfortable and has really good ammenities. The staff was also very nice and helpful even though I was checking-in quite late at night. Will definitely recommend this hotel when visiting San Francisco.
7.3 Good 2,259 reviews
The Touchstone Hotel was a nice hotel stay at in San Francisco. Many major spots such as Union Square and the shopping district were within walking distance which was great! I recommend this hotel if you’re in SF
8.5 Very good 504 reviews
Traditional, quirky San Francisco hotel. Old fashioned lift and charming decor. Staff couldn’t do enough to help. Excellent location (if you don’t mind the hills!) for Nob Hill, China Town and Union Square.
8.8 Fabulous 2,801 reviews
Everything! For a first timer in San Francisco I couldn't have picked a better hotel. Very welcoming, helpful and beautiful! Very centered in the main tourist sites and a block away from union square
8.6 Fabulous 2,922 reviews
The facilities were good and the hotel is in a great location in relation to Powell station and Union Square. The area was quiet despite it’s proximity to downtown. The electronic blinds were great.
7.9 Good 1,330 reviews
The location is perfect for travellers- very convenient to go to Union Square and San Francisco downtown. There are also many good restaurants nearby. The room is clean and well equipped.
7.5 Good 1,159 reviews
Conveniently located at Union Square, nice and friendly staff, clean room and comfortable bed. This is the ONLY hotel i stay when i come to San Francisco every 2 months
8.0 Very good 1,077 reviews
Nice Area, close to some restaurant & bar Union Square only 20-30 minutes walk... Breakfast is so good in this hotel before you walk down SF all day
7.6 Good 2,449 reviews
Very friendly staff, great location for Union Square, value for money considering how expensive hotels are in San Francisco
8.1 Very good 3,829 reviews
Location, practicality of facilities, lots of usb charging ports, ample content for kids on tv, very functional bathroom, good lighting