Walked EVERYWHERE....it was fantastic. The staff was extremely accommodating and kind. The rooms are big with a small kitchen area and a dining table. The property is older and a little outdated but very clean with a free buffet breakfast. I will stay here again.
Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel sits on the California-Nevada border in South Lake Tahoe, and is near hiking trails and the gondola …More
My wife and I come every year to SF and stay at Parc 55. This has been for the past 10 years. Love the location, hotel, staff and the room with a view of the city and bay. Glad they have refrigerators in the rooms!
Recommendations: offer water stations, and offer free continental breakfast including coffee tea juice and wine hour with small appetizers like the other hotels. This would solidify the experience.
Traveller from san diego
Just off Market Street, downtown San Francisco's major thoroughfare, this contemporary 32-story hotel is 1 block from San …More
Not our first stay at this wonderful hotel. Upgraded to a corner suite by the front desk crew, beautiful room. Had an electrical shirt that caused both bathrooms lights to fail. It corrected itself and we informed housekeeping. Housekeeping left a note that the problem was remedied, unfortunately, not so. The intermittent short continued and we figured out that activation of the bedroom thermostat fixed the short for a while. The room was so grand that it overshadowed the inconvenience. We will be back
The Asian-inspired Hotel Nikko San Francisco is located downtown, a 4-minute walk from Union Square and the designer shops of …More
Loved overall, Karl in the restaurant made our experience wonderful and we'd recommend sitting at his table every time!!
BUT.... shower in the room needs a door, and better water pressure. Cold shower every time.
Other then that, we loved it.
After undergoing a $60 million renovation, this 550-room hotel and conference center is situated on 22 acres next to the …More
dont expect the ARIA or COSMOPOLITAN hotel when coming here...it is super old with minimal cosmetic face-lift done on premises, the only beautiful part about this hotel is it's view from the lobby, the lobby's cleanliness/design layout and that's about it. but if you're not the kind that's used to brand-new hotels (vegas style) then this'll do as it is somewhat clean, the cleaning staff were very nice, it is located on the beach (just walk down the steps out onto the sand), prices are reasonable.
Facing the Pacific, Monterey Tides has direct access to a soft, sandy beach. Guests can ride a bike to Laguna Grande Regional …More