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Hotel is fairly good overall. Best part is the lounge and breakfast rooms.
The main rooms themselves can you some serious upkeep at this point.
Carpets are old and dirty with stains everywhere, the hallways are dark and somewhat depressing.
Staff is nice and courteous,...More
Passing through San Fran just for the weekend The Clift is a great place to stay.
Incredibly well located and convenient.
Most of all the staff are welcoming, efficient, helpful and friendly.
Along with that the rooms are chic and comfortable, the bar is great...More
Gorgeous big room on 14th floor afforded us a sunset view. Love the Redwood Room. The hotel service fee card says you get a $10 credit at the Redwood Room and I recommend you use it but you might need a reservation to get a...More
Arrived late and left early which was just as well as this hotel is all style and no substance.
Very funky foyer, desk staff more concerned about the group in the bar than in checking people in.
Room was really spacious with no particularly useful...More
Great location. Service is okay. Rooms are fine. Lobby is dark. Seems like most amenities cost extra, but morning coffee and hot water is complimentary in the lobby. I like the “eco” option to forgo room service and receive a credit for purchases in the...More
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Response from Clift_Rooms_Manager, Front Office Manager at Clift Hotel San FranciscoResponded 5 days ago
Thank you for your review, we appreciate the feedback. We are glad you enjoyed your stay at the Clift and we are looking forward to your next visit.
All the Best,
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