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From the moment we arrived, the hotel staff were very accommodating and friendly. On the quiet side considering near Union Square and a lot of people and traffic. Easy walk to everything. Only downside was the construction on the exterior of the building during our stay.
Hotel do need some reno, rather dated. Beds are comfortable and the tea/sherry facility in the morning and evening is a nice touch. Very close to Union Square shopping area and lots of eateries around it. Morton is just next door and food is good but pricey.
That is what it's all about, location. Walking distance to tour buses and shopping. Drop off point for our car 2 blocks away. They presented us with a goodie bag upon arrival including wine
I loved my recent stay at the Marker. It was a great location, and you can't beat how stylish the rooms are. I love a hotel with character and this one definitely has a ton! There is an extra charge daily for extra amenities, so be ready to pay an extra ~$20 per day. The staff was excellent!
Perfect location to base yourself for sightseeing. The hotel was cozy and clean. The room was well- appointed but slightly warm (there is no air con), but there is a fan. Breakfast was a nice inclusion. Would visit again.
Staff always helpful..close to shopping, entertainment, ect. Few mins away from wharf. Love the history about hotel itself. We always stay here when visiting bay area.
San Francisco is California’s ‘city and county’ is the state’s cultural and financial hub. It is loved by visitors and tourists for its diversity, iconic landmarks, distinctive districts, stunning walks, eclectic architecture and more.
The popular sunny Californian city lies on the state’s West Coast. Its Golden Gate bridge, cable cars and Alcatraz Island are unmistakeable attractions.
There is something to appeal to every visitor to San Francisco. Each district has a unique personality and special offering. Boutique hotels in San Francisco are also full of character and individuality.
Staying in a Union Square boutique hotel puts visitors close to some of the city’s commercial and cultural attractions such as shops, restaurants, bars, museums and major transport links.
If you seek to enjoy some of the city’s famous postcard attractions, a boutique hotel in the Fisherman’s Wharf neighbourhood gives you access to the renowned cable car, Alcatraz Island and sweet seaside wharf-side shops and restaurants.
A taste of Asian culture can be appreciated in San Francisco’s Japantown area. Here travellers can stay in a choice of stunning, well-designed Asian-inspired and influenced boutique hotels.
Further high end boutique hotels are located in and around iconic Russian Hill and Nob Hill. At the opposite end of the scale, for something completely different, the Haight provides a taste of the hippie way of life.
Wherever your boutique hotel base, be sure to get out and explore this stunning walking city the best way, on foot.