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All reviewsbreakfast room isirish pub next doorfront deskroom tipunion squaresmall fridge in the roomgreat locationwee hours of the morningdidn't hear a thingstaff were always friendlyluggage rackaround the cornero'farrell streetfifth floora short walking distanceamazing hotelnoisy at night
Great location and the staff is soooooooo helpful and friendly. Helped with directions to everywhere and calming when it came to the valet parking. Had a king suite and with kids it was great. Even being in union square was pretty quiet. Expensive but hey...More
Wedged between parent Holiday Inn, this hotel was beautiful. Inside was decorated very classy. Made me feel I was in another hotel with high society! The security was way above...you had to use your key card to get into restrooms off the lobby and elevator....More
Small, neat, comfortable hotel, cheaper than others, at an ideal place, near union Square. Your proximity to union Square and from there , accessibility to all transportation and places , in San Francisco, makes it an ideal , getaway place for tourists, wanting to really...More
This hotel is located in Union Square. This makes it very convient to get around the city. There are a number of shops nearby too.There are also many public transport locations ie, BART, buses, trams, trolleys. The rooms were clean and modern. It was also...More
Had 2 nights stay here .. Great service and the staff are amazing. I usually stay in holiday in hotels where ever I go.. I must the service throughout the world is very consistent. I had a late flight and the staff were very accommodating.....More
Originally home to rallies supporting the Union Army in the Civil War, this grand square has become the city's premier shopping and entertainment district containing the largest number of upscale department stores, chic boutiques, art galleries and theatres in the city. It's a large open area where tourists and locals gather, watch cable cars and crowds go by, enjoy a snack, or plan their day of shopping and
sightseeing, If feeling the pulsating energy of the city is on your agenda, Union Square is the place to soak it in.
Response from pauline_mcdonald | Reviewed this property |
Use the Bart , station is in the airport and Powell St station is 5 mins from hotel, it's an excellent service . When you come out of the station take the escalator to street level ( tram stop) at top go left take second... More
Use the Bart , station is in the airport and Powell St station is 5 mins from hotel, it's an excellent service . When you come out of the station take the escalator to street level ( tram stop) at top go left take second left and 300 yards is the hotel. Public transport in SF is excellent I would advise using it to see the city . I was in SF in Feb and was greatly impressed with the transport system.
Hi Traveler, sorry for the delayed response. Unfortunately I always drive from my house to San Francisco so I am not familiar with taxi, BART, buses or Uber type services from the airport. I have, on occasion when staying... More
Hi Traveler, sorry for the delayed response. Unfortunately I always drive from my house to San Francisco so I am not familiar with taxi, BART, buses or Uber type services from the airport. I have, on occasion when staying in SF, used the Taxi services to travel to and from my hotel and that experience has always been positive. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.