Very nice hotel. Rooms were nice and clean. Great location in the city. If your attending the club next door show them your room key for a discount and move to the front of line. My only problem is was the valet parking. My car came back with a really bad dent. They are not liable for your cars condition. Overall nice Hotel and staff.
Cable cars and the historic F-line streetcar stop just a block from the friendly Hotel Fusion; Union Square, major theaters …More
I love this hotel and it is so close to all kinds of shops. It is affordable and I love the cozyness of the room. The bed is so comfortable, towels are so soft, and they lend you a robe to. I willl be going back soon.
Maryann from Los Angeles, CA
Built in 1913, this handsomely updated boutique hotel is in the midst of San Francisco's Union Square district, 2 blocks from …More
Convenient close to Union Square and Market Street. Excellent service and hotel staff and clean comfortable rooms. Budget for $50 valet parking per day, but hotel value made up for it Will stay again my next trip to San Fran.
Brad from Calgary
Across from the Westfield San Francisco Centre and adjacent to a BART and MUNI station, this six-story downtown hotel is …More
The Mark Twain Hotel never pretends to be other than it is. It is a hotel built long before Big Macs and Starbucks. The windows open (no air conditioning) and you get a nice breeze. Newly updated (paint, carpet, etc.) the rooms are scrupulously clean! If you want a little more space, choose one of the larger rooms. Yes, there is street noise in some of the rooms, but you are in a city, after all.
The staff was helpful and breakfast items were plentiful (I grabbed a coffee, banana, and yogurt). Food in the immediate neighborhood was good. There is a cafe next door that had a line down the street during the breakfast rush (got breakfast later, around 11:30, and it was quick, and excellent.
There is a taxi stand across the street, and transit is close. I didn't rent a car as it is expensive to house them, and you don't really need one in the city (parking in S.F. can be a challenge.)
Traveller from Seattle
The updated 1928 San Francisco hotel is 3 blocks from Union Square shopping, a cable car line, and a BART station. Moscone …More