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Wonderful hotel at a great price for the area. Excellent amenities like a wine and appetizer reception and breakfast. They offered to hold luggage and help arrange travel even after I checked out. Would highly recommend and stay again.
Old building restored inside. Fantastic room. Unfortunate that the elevator was broken and we had to walk up to the 4th floor. Good thing we didn't have a lot of luggage. Nice little grab a go breakfast
Central location, comfortable sized room. Street noise was loud in a street facing room, although it is a trade off given the hotel's location. Felt very safe walking around at night by myself. The mattress was very soft and slightly lumpy.
We had a wonderful time at the Clift for my partner's 40th birthday. There were balloons and champagne waiting for us and the room was beautiful. I would absolutely stay here again and thanks to the concierge for being so helpful ordering balloons and treating us to some bubbly!
Great location, friendly staff. Yeah it’s expensive, it’s the most expensive city in the world what else would you expect? In the middle of tourist zone, but safe and comfortable. Take advantage of the guest services (free 2 hour bike rental etc) and buy all your gifts in China/japantown.
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.