When we first arrived, we had a deluxe queen. There was nothing "deluxe" about it! It was basically a closet with a queen bed in it. There was no point to even having a window in the room, because it just was up against the other wall of the hotel without any light coming in. It was awful. I knew I would not be able to spend three nights in that room without losing my mind, so I went down to the front desk to ask if there were any upgrades available. Thankfully, there was one left. She gave us the room key to go look at it before we decided to move. WHAT A DIFFERENCE! It was an additional $45/night for the new room but worth every cent compared to the last room.
The staff there was beyond wonderful. They were always willing to give us directions, recommendations, etc. I highly recommend the hotel!
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.