Ratings based on 2,714 Verified Reviews
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4.5 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Alabama
Great locationPosted Aug 25, 2014
No complaints. Good time. Nice hotel. Clean hotel. Location can not be beat
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Fresno CA
Great location.Posted Aug 24, 2014
Location: Right by Union Square. Lots of shopping and access to the cable car.
Good experience. Coffee & tea always available. Delicious cookies. Small room but everything there. Would stay there again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Auckland
Central and comfortablePosted Aug 23, 2014
The hotel suited our needs perfectly and seemed better than the rated 3star. Staff were friendly and obliging. Great to have a little bar downstairs and the breakfast menu was superb. We dined in all three mornings and on one of them we needed an early start for a Napa Valley Tour we arrived at 7:05 and had finished within 20min. Great seeing we needed to be at the ferry by just after 8. The rooms were beautifully furnished and the bed was fabulous which was just what we needed after sleeping on hard beds and pillows in Europe for a month. Tram outside was very handy.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Ottawa, ON
Great location for first timersPosted Aug 22, 2014
Pros: The location was ideal and it had a lot of charm on the inside.
Cons: I'm not certain that it would be fully accessible for all people.
Location: Union Square, cable cars, tours, Macys, lots of high end shopping, easy access to Market street, bars, restaurants, patios and Walgreens.
The hotel is located in Union Square, which is a hub of activity and great for tourists. If you've never been to San Fran, the tour buses are nearby, as well as the cable cars, so it's easy to find your way. The hotel also provided maps of the city, the staff were very courteous and sometimes they have even have cookies at the reception. It's got a lot of old world charm (it's 100 years old this year), but that also means narrow stairs and tiny elevators. The housekeeping staff should be tipped and they are appreciated. The hotel restaurant was also worth checking out.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Victoria, BC
100 years old, perfect for todayPosted Aug 20, 2014
Pros: Classic charm. Lovely architecture and a gorgeous lounge (complete with fresh lemon- or strawberry-infused water and fresh cookies).
Location: Close to Chinatown, Union Square (tour buses leave from there), bike rentals, good restaurants and shopping and the trolly!
We stayed three nights at the Chancellor, which is kitty-corner to Union Square (nicely positioned to go anywhere in downtown San Francisco, and just four blocks from the BART station, which we used to get into town from the airport). The staff at the Chancellor were friendly and polite and helpful, and the building itself is great. The room was smaller than a more modern hotel, but not small. No air conditioning, which was an issue the first night, but given San Francisco weather, not a problem the other nights.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice hotel. Great Location.Posted Aug 19, 2014
Nice staff. Walking distance to almost everything including AT&T Park. Bed was comfortable, shower was average, room was clean but small. Would stay again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Brisbane
Central SF location, old compact hotelPosted Aug 17, 2014
Pros: Central location, discount on the breakfast for first day helped us get oriented. Very good service from staff who helped relocate us to diff room
Cons: It is what it is, I think it's shortcomings will be take it or leave it with such an historic building.
Location: Right on Union Square, direct access to fine shopping, cable car and tour buses. Right in the centre of the action.
Very good service from the staff. The Chancellor is a 1914 era hotel, very compact rooms and hallways. No air-con, overhead fan only. Water pressure in shower is very weak. Rooms are compact. Be aware that if located on the front side of the hotel it will be very noisy from traffic and trams. If you are looking for location, this can't be beat.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good hotel, fantastic locationPosted Aug 11, 2014
Pros: The staff are very friendly and helpful. It's location on Union Square. Close to all means of transportation.
Cons: I understand that the beds cannot be increased in size due to the small rooms, however, an increase in the quality of mattresses would be nice
Location: located on Union Square, shopping district, close to the subway, trolly car ride, walk to the piers, close to museums and art galleries
The Chancellor Hotel is a historic building with lots of character. The rooms are small, however, because of its location, we really didn't spend much time in our room except to sleep.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Auckland, NZ
A brief stop in San FranciscoPosted Aug 10, 2014
Pros: Could be a little difficult for those that cant handle the background noises of a city. We were on the 12th floor so were fine.
Cons: The girl serving behind the bar was quite rude. She acted like she just didn't want to be there and it wasn't just us - she was rude to others.
Location: Union Square, shopping, downtown San Fran - lovely.
Chancellor Hotel on Union Square is a great place to stay. It is small, comfortable, central and affordable. If you are looking for a flash hotel then this isn't you. It is an older style building with classic San Francisco interior - classy and timeless. The rooms are small but sufficient. There is no air conditioning but you don't really need it. For us it was perfect for our short stay.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Modesto, CA
4 star quality at 3 star pricePosted Aug 10, 2014
This is a great little hotel right next to Union Square. Rooms are small (it is San Francisco after all) but very comfortable. Tiny bathroom but able to fit a great deep bathtub. And they even provide bath salts for you. The staff was very friendly. What more could you want.