This hotel is beautiful. I love this hotel and I say that despite the fact that I hate Union Square. Abri is super smart in terms of technology--HDMI, etc to hook up your iPad, etc to their tv--AND they provide wine glasses!!!! Staff were so friendly and helpful. It is very conveniently located. We may be making an overnight at Abri as part of our annual anniversary celebration.
Joanne from Berkeley, CA
This San Francisco hotel is in bustling, stylish Union Square, a block from cable cars and one-half mile from the Moscone Center.More
This hotel was such a wonderful surprise. It is centrally located and a quick, two block walk to Union Square. The lobby and beautiful and the staff is incredibly friendly. Our room was small but welcoming. I highly recommend this hotel.
betsy from Santa Cruz, CA
The Serrano Hotel is steps away from Union Square, perfectly positioned in the Theater District of San Francisco, 2 blocks …More
Stood there for one night when I checked in there was an older lady very kind and very sweet the night security was very nice. the neighborhood is kind of bad at night , walking around at night time is not a good idea but it's fine. We are two girls in our 20s and the guys of course would say remarks but none of them actually approached us
Located in San Francisco's Theater District, this hotel is 7 blocks from Union Square and 12 blocks from the Chinatown entrance.More
The hotel itself is situated 1 minutes walk to Market Street where most of the shopping is located the convenience itself is a plus. The staff is really fantastic they give guest the feel of home especially for a first time guest of the city their service in my opinion surpass the 5 stars hotel.
As to safety the area in general there are a lot of homeless people asking for money and cigarette you just have to be polite and reject them no need to be mean or aggressive towards them mind you there is also 5 star hotel in the same area but the hotel staff really do their part by not letting non guest to enter the hotel which includes the use of their toilets. I would strongly advice family visitors do not let their children roam about in the nights.
If you need a cab let the front desk know so that they get their regular/trusted cab drivers to service you but as most of the things are nearby the only time you may need the cab is to the airport.
Desmond from Singapore
In the Union Square area of downtown, this boutique hotel is a block from a cable car line and 4 blocks from Moscone Center.More