Wonderful boutique hotel on top of a hill. Keep in mind that if you walk in SF, you will have to walk up a very steep hill every time you leave and come back to the hotel. Great staff. Beautiful rooms.
My family and I spent 2 nights here and we loved it. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming. The room was very clean and staff was very accommodating. The only thing though was breakfast service. The breakfast service was not into standard with the rest of the hotel. They did not bring out the right items, or I was halfway done with my meal when they brought what I actually ordered out. Other then that, no complaints. Exceptional and I will be back!
The room was booked by Expedia & they were quick to say that I booked third party. Our room was right by the stairs. I felt the door didn't seal. The room above us were super loud.
The maids made the kids' beds with my kids' stuffed animal. Very cute touch.
Loved this hotel, it looks great, the staff was the best, they went above and beyond to take care of us. Only hiccup was when I had something delivered to the hotel it was misplaced upon delivery, but after about 15 minutes we had it sorted out so no big problem. We did not use many of the amenities though so I can't comment on those.
For anyone concerned about the location, yes there are lots of homeless people and riff-raff but I wouldn't consider the area of this hotel to be a bad area. That stuff is all over San Francisco, and San Fran has some of the worst when compared to N.Y. and L.A. One could easily say there's a homeless problem near every hotel in San Francisco. However I thought the area directly around Parc 55 was pretty clean.
This hotel was a fine choice, expensive but probably on par with others in the area. It was very crowded with a convention happening, but that may be the norm. It was comfortable and clean. We did not have an upgraded, renovated room, but ours was nice.
When we arrived at the hotel and checked into the Queen studio which was really small considering the price per night we paid. I complained and they gave us a $20/night upgrade to a regular sized king room which was really nice and clean. After the upgrade, we really enjoyed our stay.
Flagship stores ring Union Square, among the vanguard of West Coast retail. Chinatown begins at Grant Avenue and Bush Street, while Gold Rush-era mansions crown Nob Hill. South of Union Square, the convention center area includes the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Cable cars turn around at Powell and Market streets to head back to Fisherman's Wharf.