Ratings based on 2,507 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Quebec, Canada
Hotel comfortable and very well locatedPosted Aug 19, 2014
This hotel is 2 blocks away from the Fisherman's Wharf. Just a little more walk and you are at Pier 39. The room is comfortable and clean. The only negative element is the view... a wall.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Devon, UK
Close to Fishermans WharfPosted Aug 18, 2014
Pros: The free wine tasting at 5pm each day.
Cons: No improvements required.
Location: Fishermans Wharf, Alcatraz, Cable cars, easy access to all you need.
A great base for Fishermans Wharf and the cable cars. The Concierge was extremely helpful in finding tickets.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from england
ConvenientPosted Aug 17, 2014
Pros: Staff were friendly and welcoming
Location: Short walk to Fishermans wharf and Ghiardelli Square. We also walked into Union Square but this may not suit everyone.
Enjoyed our stay. Convenient for all the sites in San Francisco. We had a quiet room looking onto an internal quad so there was no street Boise which otherwise I think might be a problem.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Gateshead
Great location for exploring Fisherman's Wharf.Posted Aug 15, 2014
Pros: Just about everything! Location, staff, room, facilities - all great!
Cons: The lifts were slow and we weren't sure they were both working at all times. However,we managed!
Location: The hotel is set back a couple of streets from Fisherman's Wharf which means it is away from the hustle and bustle but close enough to walk in minutes
Staff were very friendly and welcoming on arrival and throughout the four day stay. The room was well-furnished and an adequate size for a family of three (two queen-size beds). Although we were too busy exploring San Francisco to indulge, a wine reception was offered from 5-6pm each evening and hot beverages were available each morning in the foyer / reception area. Chilled water was also available at all times in the foyer. Nice touches! It took lots of research on the Internet to choose a place to stay but we had a lovely stay and I would definitely book up again if I visited San Francisco in the future.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from leicestershire, england
San Fran Best Western TuscanPosted Aug 13, 2014
Pros: Room was excellent, hotel concierge very helpful, very thoughtful of guests needs.
Location: Fisherman's Wharf was on doorstep. All the food, cable cars and trams were very close to hand as well as the cycle hires and tours.
The hotel was fabulous, I couldn't recommend it enough. We had excellent service, a great room and more free hospitalities than expected due to our 25th wedding anniversary. Complimentary drinks during the day were a bonus. Only disappointment was the $50 over night parking, very expensive, but parking charges are on average $30 per night elsewhere. Very few free parking.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Green Bay, WI
Best Wharf Location!Posted Aug 10, 2014
Pros: Perfect location!
Location: 2 blocks from the wharf, what more needs to be said?
Easy to find, 2 blocks from Fisherman's Wharf, staff is friendly. The room was really nice, we loved the experience.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Washington
Great hotel near Fisherman's WharfPosted Aug 10, 2014
Pros: We liked everything, especially its proximity to tourist attractions. It's not the typical "plain" Best Western hotel; it's much better!
Cons: The air conditioner made weird noises. So perhaps have maintenance check it out.
Location: We were 2 1/2 blocks from Fisherman's Wharf, so this was our first stop. There are bus lines near the hotel but we chose to walk everywhere.
We stayed at Best Western Tuscan for 2 nights during our West Coast tour. Our stay was fabulous. The hotel was beautiful and the staff was very helpful and friendly. The manager was so sweet that I won't even complain about the $50 per night charge for valet parking, especially since it's nearly impossible to find a parking space near tourist attractions. We didn't spend that much time in our room as there were so many activities that we needed to cram into 3 days. We plan to return next year and will stay longer.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great locationPosted Aug 7, 2014
Had a great experience. Nice clean, quiet room. Close to everything
by A verified traveler from Australia
Great service but not value for moneyPosted Aug 7, 2014
Pros: Friendly staff, great location
Cons: The price of the rooms.
The hotel is in an excellent location near Fisherman's Wharf with easy access to Muni public transport system and the cable cars. Plenty of fresh seafood restaurants in the vacinity. Staff were great - very friendly from door staff through to cleaners. The hotel offers some very pleasant added extras like a Guest Happy Hour from five to six in the evening. This is a fantastic opportunity to talk to other guests and exchange experiences and recommendations for activities over a wine provided by the hotel. The room was clean and comfortable with a small fridge provided (not common in North America). I did not, however, feel that the hotel was value for money.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Vancouver, BC Canada
Great location just two blocks from the BayPosted Aug 5, 2014
Pros: Friendly staff and great location near Fisherman's Wharf. Front desk and concierge staff were very helpful and pleasant. Check-in/out was fast!
Cons: Carpet and upholstery in rooms could use updating, and fresh paint for the walls, but overall it was clean, quiet, safe, and comfortable.
Location: Rent electric bikes and cross the Golden Gate Bridge - it was awesome! And we didn't rent the GoCars but they looked like fun too!!
Recommended by me and my wife: ---------------------------------------------- Go to Nick's Lighthouse for cioppino Go to Madame Tussaud's wax museum - yes, it's touristy! But you're a tourist!! Rent an e-bike Take ferry into Sausalito Visit Chinatown and go to Mongolian Hot Pot (opens in fall 2014) Ride the cable car to Grace Cathedral - it's awesome! Drive through the Mission District and stop for a jumbo burrito. And check-out all the murals in an alley just south of 17th Skip the Castro - it's small and under road construction in 2014. (Visit Davie Village in Vancouver, BC instead.) Go to the Palace of Fine Arts - incredible! Jog the Bay from Pier 1 to the Golden Gate's Hoppers Hands If you're in Union Square, find Café Mason and try the Linguine Pescatore. It was delicious. Peet's Coffee is always good & plenty of locations