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Located in San Francisco, 2.6 mi from Moscone Center, Parker Guest House features accommodations with a garden and private parking. This is a great place with comfortable rooms in a good location. The outside patio is really nice. Service is excellent; the staff accommodated our requests perfectly.
Featuring stunning views of downtown San Francisco from each spacious guestroom, Four Seasons Embarcadero offers gourmet on-site dining, in-room massage services and easy access to sites such as... Breakfast was amazing, not cheap, but good value for the money! Staff were VERY attentive and friendly! Facility was top notch as well! I will be back!
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. Location is close to restaurants, Chinatown, MOMA. Room was very comfortable and having two bathroom vanities in the King Luxury room was an added bonus. Breakfast buffet was perfect amount of food,
Built in 1903, Hotel Drisco features Edwardian architecture. Atop Pacific Heights on Pacific Avenue, this luxurious San Francisco hotel is only 5 minutes' walk from Presidio National Park. There was nothing to not like. Beautiful ambience, excellent customer service and great breakfast buffet spread.
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. This was a gem on the edge of Union Square. We (somehow) got on the Club Level, which was an added bonus. Large room, quiet hotel - can’t ask for more than that!!
Located within 5 minutes’ walk of Ferry Building shops and ferries to Alcatraz, this luxury San Francisco hotel features guest rooms with stunning views of the San Francisco Bay and the Financial... Nice view to the bridge and the city!
This San Francisco hotel in Union Square is just steps from Chinatown. On-site dining and a 24-hour gym are available for guest convenience. This place is so San Francisco, starting from it's central location to entire concept.
Named on the National Register of Historic Places, this hotel offers Victorian charm combined with modern amenities and is a short walk from area attractions, including cable car lines. Once again I got upgraded. Thanks a lot. Perfect service.
This downtown San Francisco hotel is 1 block from Union Square and the Hallidie Plaza, which features a cable car stop. It was close to the airport train called the Bart.
Located in the heart of downtown San Francisco and just 5 minutes' walk from the Powell Street subway station, this Hilton features an on-site Herb n´ Kitchen and a beautiful courtyard pool. This hotel is perfect in everyway, really nice staying there
Offering air-conditioned rooms in the South of Market (SOMA) district of San Francisco, Hyatt Place San Francisco/Downtown is an 8-minute walk from Oracle Park. Location for game and staff. Good breakfast as well.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Stanyan Park Hotel offers Victorian-style rooms with free WiFi. It serves a daily expanded continental breakfast. Golden Gate Park is steps away. The space, the room were more like an apartment with dinning room, family room and kitchen.
Featuring a fitness center, Hampton Inn San Francisco Downtown/Convention Center offers rooms with free WiFi. The hotel is conveniently located 2297 feet from Union Square. Very clean rooms. Friendly and professional staff.
Located in the heart of San Francisco's business and financial district, Club Quarters Hotel in San Francisco features comfortable accommodations in a private club-like atmosphere. I love the location, the facilities and the room.
Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, YOTEL SAN FRANCISCO offers accommodations 1969 feet away from attractions such as San Francisco City Hall, the Asian Art Museum and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Super place !! I will recommend to anybody going to San Fran!
This towering historic landmark on Nob Hill features a top-floor restaurant with beautiful views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge. Cable car stops are just outside the hotel. Everything was great! Loved the location, the staff was very friendly.
Located in San Francisco’s Marina District, Infinity Hotel SF, Ascend Hotel Collection offers spacious rooms with free WiFi and a cable TV. Facilities are exceptional, clean, stuff super friendly and helpful, comfort is above our...
Located directly across from Chinatown’s Dragon Gate, The Urban offers accommodations in San Francisco. Free WiFi and free 24-hour coffee are offered to guests. Great place, very clean and comfortable.
Directly across the street from Ocean Beach, Rodeway Inn & Suites Ocean Beach offers guest room with free WiFi access and free guest parking. A daily continental breakfast is provided to guests. Great location and excellent value
Located in the famous Nob Hill District of San Francisco, this centrally located 1907 hotel is within 20 minutes' walk to major attractions such as Union square, Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown and... It's really good quality/price.
This European-style hotel is in San Francisco's Alamo Square neighborhood, just 1 mile from the Haight-Ashbury District and Hayes Valley shopping and dining area. The hotel has a 24-hour front desk. Amazing location, good neighborhood
Centrally located at the intersection of California Street and Montgomery Street, Omni San Francisco features a restaurant and elegant rooms. Great value for money in a perfect San Francisco location.
Located next to the Hyde Street Cable Car stop, this all-suite hotel is an 8-minute walk from Fisherman’s Wharf. The rooftop deck offers views of San Francisco Bay. Location was perfect for us And the rooftop deck has amazing views
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. This was a gem on the edge of Union Square.
Located in Downtown San Francisco, this boutique hotel is just 2 blocks from Union Square. It features an on-site restaurant, a cardio room, and spacious rooms with free WiFi. Extremely clean room, well decorated, friendly staff
Featuring stunning views of downtown San Francisco from each spacious guestroom, Four Seasons Embarcadero offers gourmet on-site dining, in-room massage services and easy access to sites such as... Breakfast was amazing, not cheap, but good value for the money!
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. Fantastic Staff and really nice Apartment. Highly recommended
Steps from Union Square, this historic yet modernized hotel features classic European charm and in-room spa services. very welcoming atmosphere . the staff are very friendly and ready to help
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. The atmosphere of the Hotel is lovely. Elegant, Cheerful. The staff is very pleasant and helpful.
On average, it costs $203 per night to book a 3-star hotel in San Francisco for tonight. You'll pay around $215 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in San Francisco will cost around $417, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Travelers who stayed in San Francisco near San Francisco International Airport (SFO) have said good things about Grand Hyatt at SFO, SFO Airport Hotel, El Rancho Inn BW Signature Collection, and La Quinta by Wyndham San Francisco Airport West.
On average, 3-star hotels in San Francisco cost $234 per night, and 4-star hotels in San Francisco are $284 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in San Francisco can be found for $551 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in San Francisco this weekend is $207 or, for a 4-star hotel, $213. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in San Francisco for this weekend cost around $417 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
San Francisco is my favorite city in the world. I try to go 2X a year. It is an international, colorful, delicious, friendly, unforgettable adventure. If you can't find what you need there, you don't need it! I always manage to go to the Redwood Room (Clift Hotel), The Buena Vista for Irish Coffee, The Big Four (Scarlet Huntington) for Cioppino, The Rotunda (Nieman Marcus) for afternoon tea, Ghiradelli Square for chocolate, Macy's and the Cheesecake Factory overlooks Union Square! The Ferry Building, Haight-Ashbury, and Union Square for music and contemplation. I shop at Westfield's and thrift shops! I seriously miss Lefty O'Douls. :( I use the rail buses, trolleys and taxis. Take the Coast Starlight train from LA to get to Oakland, and then bus over. What to avoid next time? All the delicious food!---NOT! I use a cane, and I walk more there than at home! You want a lite dinner to take to your room, go to the Walgreens on Powell. Or one of the many little corner deli's. SF can be $ or $$$$$. It's up to you! You will never forget this town! Thank you, Booking.com for finding me great hotel deals!
My fiancé and I recently stayed at the Axiom Hotel for a weekend getaway in San Fran and we didn't want to leave. The staff was very friendly and accommodating and we instantly felt comfy upon walking into the lobby and front desk area which Is adorned and decorated quite well with Bay Area & California related books and other themed associated literature. Our room was seemingly very clean and felt new and we were super comfy. My only critiques, we couldnt get our air conditioner to work & there was a bit of hard water/rust spots in one area of our room's bathtub, however this can be easily cleaned and addressed by hotel custodial staff and wasn't a big deal for us. Additionally we had a tough time with our shower's water temperature being too cold to be acceptable. The rest of the bathroom looked to be very spic and span and I wanted to steal the faucet knobs and bathroom mirror for use in my own home. As with most hotels in SF, Axiom is pricey and I feel this can be tuned down a bit from room rates to room service prices. There are many hotels in Frisco and already Axiom I feel has made it to the top class. I hope they continue in the direction they are going and dont change the recipe.
This whole city is so unique and so magical there I fear my vocabulary wont be sufficient. Its true, it is very much the most european-like city in the states. There's history. Its walk-able. Excellent public transportation. Even better food. Theres something for everyone from every socio-economic background. Its has every right to be pretentious but sticks out with a surprisingly down to earth, chilled out attitude. You dont see too many overweight San Franciscans because it is so nice to be able to walk everywhere. The outdoor spaces in the city combined with a moderate climate makes being outdoors so inviting. SF in spring, summer and fall is so idyllic. The parks and (most streets) are clean and inviting. Its nice to be in such a liberal place because you can look however you want to look, love whomever you want to love and even smoke whatever you want without judgemental eyes falling on you. It truly is a wonderful place. ANd because it is wonderful in so many ways to so many people, it is outrageously expensive and crowded as hell. You really need to read and depend on reviews when booking a place to stay because a moderately priced accommodation could mean a cramped, European-style shoebox of a room where your bathroom sink and mirror is in your room and the walls are paper thin. Also, Ive never paid more for parking in this city than anywhere else Ive been. If you hate diversity, skip this city. You'll feel alone in your hatred of every skin color and gender under the rainbow. ;-) The only really terrible parts
The Edwardian is a cute hotel and is great for a quick overnight trip. This is a place to stay if you just need a place to sleep and are not looking for a full amenity hotel. Parking is a couple blocks away and we paid to park at a lot that let us park overnight. There is no place to park and unload when you check in and if ordering car service they can't really stop in front since its on market street so you have to be ready to jump into the car. They old slider gate elevator is cute and the view from our room was nice. We walked up to Stacks restaurant on Hayes for a great breakfast and the hotel is adjacent to Valencia street which offers lots of shops and restaurants.
Alcatraz is a must see, be sure to complete the full included audio tour. If you catch the weather right the Golden Gate Bridge is worth traveling to and walking on. Expect to pay(budget for) about $20 per person per meal including taxes and tip. Hotels are everywhere older and newer; I would recommend a middle of the road priced one not in the middle of union square or any other named area; thus is so you can sleep at night without the party voices and minimal emergency and transportation vehicles. Also expect to pay about $30 per day for overnight parking if you drive there; use Spothero app to reserve a nice spot close to your hotel. $30 day rate is for reserved spots if you just show up its closer to $50 and possible that it may even be full. And plan to pay (as if Jan'2016) $31 for all included 3 day public transportation passes or $20 per 1 day passes; as the cable car, subway and bus system moves in a linear (one way- no loop) direction which gets expensive quickly. Currently cable car is $7, bus $2.50 and subway somewhere in between the two; per direction.
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.
The hotel’s right outside the entrance to Chinatown and few blocks away from Union Square. It’s very easy to go around downtown from where the hotel is. Public transportation is also easily accessible. The rooms are clean and so are the shared toilets and showers. Coffee and tea are available all day. There’s also juice in the morning and popcorn in the evening.
Location just a block from Union Square. The room was clean. The mattress of the sofa bed was very thick so it was more comfortable for my kids to sleep in compared to other hotels. Best of all, after check out, and with 6 hours before our airport pick up, we were able to stay in their Club Donatello where they had coffee, tea and comfortable space to sit.
The hotel Nikko San Francisco is located in the center of San Francisco (Union Square). The staff of the hotel was friendly and helpful. My friend and I had a twin room which was clean, neat and good isolated, we did not hear any noise from outside. The beds were very comfortable. I definitely can recommend staying at the Nikko San Francisco.
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.
Has 2 levels parking. Which kinda important in SF. Also awesome location. A lot can be reached by foot. Also tram is 5 mins away if want go up to union square. It not cheep, but so any hotel in this area, but considering location and other benefits it good value
Very central location right near Union square. Staff were really friendly and welcoming. WiFi was fast and reliable. Diner next door great for breakfast with a discount for staying at hotel. Compact room but just what we needed explore San Francisco from.
Location was great. Short walk to Union square and the cable cart to Fisherman’s Warf. Airport transfers too/from the hotel ($19 each way) which was great value and very convenient. Appears good value compared to other places in the area.
Good location, lovely spacious room, very comfortable. Had coffee maker, microwave and air conditioning. Just one block behind Union Square. Would highly recommend this hotel if looking to stay in San Francisco
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.
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.
Great location near the financial district, only 1 homeless along the street. Near Chinatown and Union Square, felt safer as compared to hotels near the City Hall area.
The location of the hotel is great, i always stay in hotels within the union square area and i think this is one of the best when it comes to location
Very friendly staff, great location for Union Square, value for money considering how expensive hotels are in San Francisco
This hotel has a nice staff and good prices. Not sure why there are so many bad reviews, it’s a cheaply priced hotel in a good location. It is as advertised— a 2 star hotel. Would stay again!
It was clean, we had the room deluxe than was located in the back of building, So totally quiet. On the other hand many restaurant around So no problem with the breakfast.
I liked the fact that it was value for money and that the staff were helpful and friendly.
Great location. Bus stops near the motel. Staff was very good and helpful.
Location was great and customer service was fantastic
Wonderful staff and close to downtown