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Had a great experience. Only downfall, the lady that checked me out seems to not have much knowledge of how the hotel works, how the parking works, or much else. Says she's been there for a few months but doesn't know how parking works. I checked out Sunday 11/5. That aside, I don't want to take ...
Great hotel. After a very bad first night due to problems with my bed, the management solved them the very next day. Mr. Castro, front desk manager, was very attentive and comprehensive. Very cool design and the bar is even more cool. Would stay here again.
Overall we enjoyed our stay at the Scarlet Huntington. We did, however, start our stay there on a bad note: Prior to our arrival, it took multiple attempts and a phone call to receive any acknowledgement of our emails asking for assistance from the concierge with restaurant reservations. On arrival, ...
Enjoyed my stay and the location. Close to shopping and transportation systems. Some furniture needs to be replaced; chips and worn marks on tables and headboard
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.