Reasonable hotel within walking distance of Fisherman's Wharf and Union Station. Rooms were small but with everything that is available to do in San Francisco not much time was spent in the room. Very nice little roof top patio.
Club Quarters is located in the center of the financial district, across from the Embarcadero Center. A short walk to Market …More
Our room was on the second floor facing Kearney, at the corner of Columbus. It was a hot evening so it was necessary to leave the window open, which made for a very noisy night. The rooms do not have private toilets and baths (sink/basin only) so trips across the hall were necessary on occasion. But, the room was clean, the bed comfortable, and we had a small fridge and microwave. For the convenience of being right in the heart of North Beach, it was perfect for us.
Located in the heart of San Francisco, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Chinese Culture Center and TransAmerica …More
I was here on business for a week. The Hotel is situated 4 blocks from the trans america building and at the edge of Chinatown. The other side of the street is little italy. The hotel is quiet and is well taken care of. The beds are a little hard. The only downside is that one block away is the heart of the strip clubs/ gentlemen s clubs. If you are into that then it won't bother you. You can walk different paths to avoid it. Fisherman's Wharf is a 20 min walk thru little italy. Lots of good restaurants around.
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LOCATION- SAN FRANCISCO Steps away from Coit Tower, The Transamerica Pyramid. The SW Hotel invites you to experience the …More
Pocket Guide: San Francisco Financial District - Ferry Building Hotels
The bulls and bears of industry tread the streets of the Financial District, home to the city’s tallest buildings, including the iconic Transmerica Pyramid. The towers give way to The Embarcadero, the broad, palm-lined avenue that begins at the San Francisco Giant’s AT&T Park and ends at Fisherman’s Wharf. The road passes by the Ferry Building, a landmark transformed into an artisanal food market.