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W San Francisco
4.3/5135 Reviews

W San Francisco

South of Market (SOMA) San Francisco|2.05km from city centre
I used to be a frequent guest at the W SF back when it was Starwood but had not visited since Marriott took over the W Brand. I did try and stay last year but before arriving I read that the restaurant was closed and I asked the hotel what they were doing as an alternative, but they had absolutely nothing for Platinum Breakfast (other than 1k points per stay which is a HUGE downgrade), so I opted for another hotel. I had high expectations for this stay as I had previously loved this hotel, but as a frequent traveler in Marriott brands and having one of their Highest Elite traveler statuses (and staying at W Brands lately), I knew service levels were still suffering post pandemic. Unfortunately, it started low right from the beginning. I had confirmed a Studio Suite in advance. When I arrived, I was given a corner room that almost seemed smaller than standard rooms (Room 2109). I inquired about upgrades to larger rooms, and I was told no, because it was a busy weekend, and nothing would be available. I checked on the app and saw that every room type was available for the length of my stay and beyond. I was basically DOWNGRADED. Once settling into the room, then I realized the major issues. Smaller rooms should be easier to clean, right? Well, this one not only had carpet stains, but I quickly found out that the ”Marriott Commitment to Clean” was actually a Commitment to Ignore. Not only were their stains on the carpet and dust and dirt in the windowsills, I found a previous guest's room keys sitting on the counter. Obviously, the room was just ”re-set” and not inspected or cleaned at all. I guess the promised sanitizing was out of the question. We then went to get some ice and noticed that the ice bucket was half filled with standing water. It was disgusting! Thats not the worst part, I then found a pair of women's ”play-style” lingerie slightly soiled sitting on the floor by the sofa. I mentioned the cleanliness issues to the Front Desk, but the representative simply stared at me and then asked if there was anything else I needed? I should have been a bit more insistent that they take it down, but I was so shocked I did not. The room setup, although smaller than what I wanted and pre-confirmed, was also not great. There is no storage at all other than the closet. There are no drawers at all or other places to keep clothes or anything else. If you have two suitcases, you are going to have to keep them out as there is no place to put them in the closet. Other than the Front Desk and Room Condition, we had a nice stay, although the Room is really what we paid for. The rest of the staff we interacted with were friendly and helpful. The breakfast staff were great, and the food was amazing! Kudos for them for sure! Actually, the only place I was every recognized or thanked for being a Marriott Elite was from the hostess at Breakfast. The bellhop was also quite nice and helpful when we checked-out and needed to store lugga
Handlery Union Square Hotel
4.2/5106 Reviews

Handlery Union Square Hotel

San Francisco Downtown San Francisco|1.64km from city centre
1. This is the last hotel I stayed in by self-driving tour. In order to go shopping to Union Square, shopping is very convenient, there are many places to eat, the overall feeling is ok, but the room size is too small, it is a little difficult to open two suitcases. ; 2. The room is very clean, the facilities are all available, very convenient, forget to take a photo of the room, unfortunately; 3. The service is very good, the luggage is left in the hotel for 6 hours after check-out at 11:00; 4. We had dinner at the restaurant next door to our hotel, very good, recommended; the Pinecrest Diner at the first intersection on the left side of the hotel is better, the food is delicious, the food is fast, the price is high, it is highly recommended; 5. There is a complimentary breakfast, just in the restaurant next door to the hotel where we had dinner last night. The breakfast method is ordered, waiting in line for 1 hour, waiting for half an hour, the efficiency is extremely low, do not go to the time or Going early in the morning, breakfast is necessary for improvement, and the time of the guests is very important! 6. From the beginning of the check-in until the second day of check-out, I did not see a front desk attendant who could speak Chinese. There was a discrepancy between the hotel and the hotel propaganda. However, the gentleman who checked the luggage would speak Mandarin and did not see it again when taking the baggage. It’s a bit unrealistic for the hotel to play “Chinese courtesy”.

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Grant Plaza Hotel
4/563 Reviews

Grant Plaza Hotel

San Francisco Downtown San Francisco|2.18km from city centre

Latest booking 13 hrs ago

Stayed here for 2 nights and was pleasantly surprised. Prices are quite affordable considering it's in San Francisco. The location was great. I booked this hotel in particular primarily because of its rather close proximity to the BART station. It is indeed only a 10-minute walk from Montgomery station, although if you're arriving from the airport be prepared to drag your bags uphill. The hotel is smack dab in the middle of Chinatown in a rather busy area. I never felt unsafe here, whether evening or early morning, as there are always people milling about minding their own business. If you like walking, you can journey to Fisherman's Wharf within 30 minutes on foot, which is what I did. You can also walk in the opposite direction toward Westfield and Target if you like to shop. There are several bus stops and tram lines nearby. As for the room, it was small but didn't feel cramped. There's no air-conditioning but it was rather chilly in July so I had no issues with heat. No problems with the shower either. Checking in and out were a breeze. I was even able to order food through GrubHub (because most restaurants in that area close at 8 pm even on weekends, which I found out the hard way!) I suppose my only complaint would be that you can definitely hear your neighbors at all times. I could hear someone stomping on the floor above, and sometimes I'd get noise from the rooms adjacent to mine. I was able to sleep just fine, though, as the bed was really comfortable. I'd changed my hotel to this one at the last minute and I'm glad I did. Apart from the occasional noise, I had a lovely stay.

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W San Francisco
4.3/5135 Reviews

W San Francisco

South of Market (SOMA) San Francisco|0.13km from Moscone Center
I used to be a frequent guest at the W SF back when it was Starwood but had not visited since Marriott took over the W Brand. I did try and stay last year but before arriving I read that the restaurant was closed and I asked the hotel what they were doing as an alternative, but they had absolutely nothing for Platinum Breakfast (other than 1k points per stay which is a HUGE downgrade), so I opted for another hotel. I had high expectations for this stay as I had previously loved this hotel, but as a frequent traveler in Marriott brands and having one of their Highest Elite traveler statuses (and staying at W Brands lately), I knew service levels were still suffering post pandemic. Unfortunately, it started low right from the beginning. I had confirmed a Studio Suite in advance. When I arrived, I was given a corner room that almost seemed smaller than standard rooms (Room 2109). I inquired about upgrades to larger rooms, and I was told no, because it was a busy weekend, and nothing would be available. I checked on the app and saw that every room type was available for the length of my stay and beyond. I was basically DOWNGRADED. Once settling into the room, then I realized the major issues. Smaller rooms should be easier to clean, right? Well, this one not only had carpet stains, but I quickly found out that the ”Marriott Commitment to Clean” was actually a Commitment to Ignore. Not only were their stains on the carpet and dust and dirt in the windowsills, I found a previous guest's room keys sitting on the counter. Obviously, the room was just ”re-set” and not inspected or cleaned at all. I guess the promised sanitizing was out of the question. We then went to get some ice and noticed that the ice bucket was half filled with standing water. It was disgusting! Thats not the worst part, I then found a pair of women's ”play-style” lingerie slightly soiled sitting on the floor by the sofa. I mentioned the cleanliness issues to the Front Desk, but the representative simply stared at me and then asked if there was anything else I needed? I should have been a bit more insistent that they take it down, but I was so shocked I did not. The room setup, although smaller than what I wanted and pre-confirmed, was also not great. There is no storage at all other than the closet. There are no drawers at all or other places to keep clothes or anything else. If you have two suitcases, you are going to have to keep them out as there is no place to put them in the closet. Other than the Front Desk and Room Condition, we had a nice stay, although the Room is really what we paid for. The rest of the staff we interacted with were friendly and helpful. The breakfast staff were great, and the food was amazing! Kudos for them for sure! Actually, the only place I was every recognized or thanked for being a Marriott Elite was from the hostess at Breakfast. The bellhop was also quite nice and helpful when we checked-out and needed to store lugga

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Hotel North Beach
3.9/542 Reviews

Hotel North Beach

San Francisco Downtown San Francisco|0.25km from Chinatown

Latest booking 17 hrs ago

This was the cheapest non hostel, private room hotel I could find in San Francisco. It's much better than other reviews suggest. I was pleasantly surprised. Room quite modern looking (better than the photos, off white wooden flooring) Clean. No bad smell at all. I stayed in a single room that was small, but I've stayed in smaller in Times Square NYC before so no big deal. Single bed was on the big side for a single. Very comfy. I slept so good. Cleaners never came but I was only there 2 nights. The shared bathroom was in good condition. I didn't see one other guest in my 2 nights there. Just some food delivery people dropping to reception.The local area isn't bad. I only see a couple of dodgy people outside. It's in Chinatown which isn't a bad area. Reception has CCTV and a night security guard. Honestly, if you are a solo traveller here you'll feel safe. Little donut/cafe/coffee shop next door to get breakfast. 20 minute walk to Pier 33 (Alcatraz), 1.5 hour walk to Golden Gate Bridge (or $17 Uber). I'm happy I found this place, I need my own privacy when travelling and this was perfect. I'd recommend for solo travellers for sure. Oh and dead silent of a night. I'm writing this from a motel in Monterey and the noise here made me appreciate just how quiet Hotel North Beach was. Just don't expect luxury but honestly, it's not a dump. It's a clean room of your own, safe and quiet. I've given it a 4 not a 5 because it's not perfect but certainly adequate.
Grant Plaza Hotel
4/563 Reviews

Grant Plaza Hotel

San Francisco Downtown San Francisco|0.36km from Chinatown

Latest booking 13 hrs ago

Stayed here for 2 nights and was pleasantly surprised. Prices are quite affordable considering it's in San Francisco. The location was great. I booked this hotel in particular primarily because of its rather close proximity to the BART station. It is indeed only a 10-minute walk from Montgomery station, although if you're arriving from the airport be prepared to drag your bags uphill. The hotel is smack dab in the middle of Chinatown in a rather busy area. I never felt unsafe here, whether evening or early morning, as there are always people milling about minding their own business. If you like walking, you can journey to Fisherman's Wharf within 30 minutes on foot, which is what I did. You can also walk in the opposite direction toward Westfield and Target if you like to shop. There are several bus stops and tram lines nearby. As for the room, it was small but didn't feel cramped. There's no air-conditioning but it was rather chilly in July so I had no issues with heat. No problems with the shower either. Checking in and out were a breeze. I was even able to order food through GrubHub (because most restaurants in that area close at 8 pm even on weekends, which I found out the hard way!) I suppose my only complaint would be that you can definitely hear your neighbors at all times. I could hear someone stomping on the floor above, and sometimes I'd get noise from the rooms adjacent to mine. I was able to sleep just fine, though, as the bed was really comfortable. I'd changed my hotel to this one at the last minute and I'm glad I did. Apart from the occasional noise, I had a lovely stay.

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Elite Inn
2.9/510 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Not a very safe place, but it is a very convenient hotel for stay, and also very good service feeling good hotel.
Seaside Inn
4/542 Reviews
Marina District
Abbiamo scelto questo motel per la sua posizione, a pochi passi dal Pier 39, dal Golden Gate e da tutte le altre attrazioni del centro, ma soprattutto perchè si trova in posizione sicura, lontano dai quartieri più degradati, come Tenderloin. Altri vantaggi di questa struttura sono la posizione molto vicina a diverse fermate di autobus, che ti permettono di raggiungere comodamente ogni angolo della città, ed il servizio di reception H24, che ti permette di arrivare e partire a qualsiasi orario. Il personale alla reception l'abbiamo trovato gentile e disponibile, e ci hanno anche tenuto gratuitamente in deposito le valigie per mezza giornata al momento del check-out. In struttura è presente anche un comodo parcheggio privato e gratuito, per chi ne avesse bisogno. La zona, sulla Lombard Street, l'abbiamo vista abbastanza tranquilla e sicura, con la possibilità di muoversi tranquillamente a piedi anche di sera, senza incorrere in episodi spiacevoli. La nostra camera era al piano superiore ed affacciata sulla Lombard Street, e nonostante sia una strada abbastanza trafficata, i vetri limitavano bene il rumore esterno. La stanza era abbastanza pulita, in ordine e con tutto il necessario, tra cui aria condizionata, frigorifero, microonde, tv, macchina del caffè a cialde, phon per capelli, asciugamani, carta igienica, ecc.. Il bagno era pulito e ben tenuto, con una ampia doccia ed acqua calda disponibile. La stanza è dotata di scuroni interni che limitano bene la luce esterna. Sicuramente però il prezzo è abbastanza alto per i nostri standard (ad Agosto), considerando che la camera era anche un pò piccola, vista la difficoltà a tenere aperte due valigie senza essere d'intralcio. Nonostante la stanza fosse abbastanza pulita, l'odore presente forse proveniente dalla moquette, non era il massimo, ed abbiamo dovuto arieggiare spesso. Il letto, seppur comodo, era un pò piccolo per due, e sembrava più una piazza e mezzo che un matrimoniale. Il parcheggio purtroppo non è disponibile per tutti, e se il Motel è pieno, sicuramente qualcuno rimarrà senza posto auto. Detto ciò, questa struttura è comunque un buon compromesso per un breve soggiorno a San Francisco.
Signature San Francisco
3.8/5104 Reviews
South of Market (SOMA)
We came into the city for a Giants versus Dodgers game at Oracle Park. This funky little hotel was within a long walk’s distance, just over a mile, and had parking $20 cheaper than the stadium! Our room was clean but we had to ask for a second bath towel and there was no decaf coffee available in room, but we could get some for breakfast downstairs. We appreciated the carport which was dated overnight and the staff was super friendly. We would stay there again for a quick visit.
San Francisco Proper Hotel, a Member of Design Hotels
4.3/570 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Had a fabulous stay - all the staff were so friendly.and attentive. A special shout out to Tuan the bellman who was delightful and really helpful. Hotel is in a great spot for exploring San Francisco and also has a really lovely rooftop bar. Again the staff there were great
Hotel Union Square San Francisco
3.7/51 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
My parents and I enjoyed our stay at HUS. The staff were enthusiastic and helpful. They have an option where they can send you text messages to check up on you. The room was clean and organized. I would agree with other reviews that there was a slight smell to the room, probably because the building is so old. Nonetheless, the hotel was a good value for the money and the location was great! We bought the parking package online that included valet parking, which helped save us 50% of the parking costs. When parking, there are a few curbside spaces right in front of the hotel off of Powell St. We didn't know if we could drive onto Powell St., since the public transit rail goes right through the street, but yes, we are allowed to drive onto that street. Also, the hotel stay required us a $100 deposit that gets refunded when we finish our stay without causing damage.
Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco at Embarcadero
4.6/5122 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Four Seasons at Embarcadero was simply not worthy of a five-stars hotel. I’ve even completed a survey at the end of our stay which not the general manager reached out instead the administrative assistant. After my message revealing it was a generic response from her, she ghosted right after. Do you think that warranted five-stars for ghosting a guest that just stayed at your property? No. Obviously they simply do not care, which was an utter shame. In addition to that, the check-in process was a complete mess (checking in twice on the same day), room wasn’t ready close to 5pm (despite being asked by their team a couple of days when we will be arriving) and customer service simply was not that of five-stars. Sure, the suite was lovely and so were the corner views but despite how well done those points were - without customer service and being organized and on top of your game, it didn’t warrant five stars at all for a Four Seasons property. For such a pretty penny, this felt like highway robbery.

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San Francisco Hotel Guide

Book your hotel on Trip.com for an amazing travel experience. Planning a trip to San Francisco? San Francisco is a city with tons of tourist attractions. You'll never want to leave! You can stay 3-5 days at hotels in San Francisco without running out of things to do.

San Francisco International Airport is the primary airport in San Francisco. It's easy to reach San Francisco. The city can be reached by plane, train, and car.

There are 269 hotels in San Francisco on Trip.com, including luxury, boutique, and budget hotels. As a popular tourist city, San Francisco has many renowned chain hotels. Howard Johnson is the top choice of many travelers in San Francisco. If the comfort level of your trip is important, there are many choices in San Francisco, such as hotels under the Howard Johnson brand. Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf San Francisco in San Francisco is a favorite among Trip.com users. Hotel Zelos San Francisco is also one of the most frequently chosen hotels.

If you stay at a hotel in downtown San Francisco, nearby attractions like Hayes Valley, San Francisco Federal Building, San Francisco City Hall can be your first stop. If you want to spend a fun vacation with your family, locals recommend visiting Redwood Shores, San Francisco Bay, Big Sur. You can also visit top-rated attractions like Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown San Francisco, Union Square. Upon departure, you can head to popular commercial areas like Napa Premium Outlets, HYATT House Belmont/Redwood Shores, San Francisco Premium Outlets to buy souvenirs or travel accessories.

Average seasonal TemperatureNight

• Spring: 56.71°F during the day, 50.67°F at night

• Summer: 61.23°F during the day, 54.43°F at night

• Autumn: 64.9°F during the day, 58.08°F at night

• Winter: 59.77°F during the day, 53.26°F at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 48.515747 cm

• Summer: 9.224409 cm

• Autumn: 1.0748031 cm

• Winter: 35.55118 cm

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