The hotel is located in the downtown 'but' on the edge of The Tenderloin. As long as you walk toward the main downtown area, it's a great location at a reasonable price. Staff was great and accommodating. Convenience store and Walgreen's across the street. Room was on the smaller side but totally ...
Visited during hot spell in San Francisco. Room uncomfortably hot despite ceiling fan and additional fan. There was no AC. Wi-fi required installation of a hot spot in order to work, with re-sign on required each time device turned on. Room was musty smelling. We stayed in Historic King with no ...
Front desk personnel seemed unorganized making checkin slower than necessary. Also, their conversations - with guests standing around - were very unprofessional. The most knowledgeable & helpful staff member was the daytime doorman. He seemed to be running the show!
The location was great. We didn't spend much time at the hotel, so I can't say anything about the amenities. We were there only 2 nights. I will say I wish the bathroom counter top was bigger.
I stayed 2 nights for a business trip, the staff was very nice and welcoming. The door staff were extremely professional and nice, they were very helpful in arranging transportation to a couple of my business meeting that were over 30 min away. I will always stay at the Omni for business in San ...
A lovely hotel experience in the middle of the Financial District very close to Market, North Beach, and the Embarcadero. The room was roomy, with a nice layout. The restaurant and bar were both excellent. Room service was efficient and the food was very good. Very quiet room!
When we arrived at the hotel we were immediately greeted by a uniformed employee who asked if we needed help with our baggage. The front desk personnel were excellent and accommodated our request. The concierge were so friendly and helped us by booking up our tours, dinner reservations etc. They ...
I stayed at the Drisco based on their Trip Advisor rating. The hotel is quaint and on the crest of Pacific Heights. The staff was wonderful as was the breakfast and Wine Tasting in the evenings. I will definitely be back!
This is a modern, big hotel. It is very nicely appointed if you like modern decor. There are clean lines everywhere. It could be considered somewhat generic. The hotel personnel were very friendly and helpful. The elevators were spectacularly quiet.
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