We were not aware that the Stanford Court Hotel was under construction when we booked it.. We should have been told this, or at least gotten a discount.. But overall it was still a pleasant experience.
Traveller from Daly City
Guests can indulge in high-end shops like Prada and Tiffany & Co at Union Square, 4 blocks away. Chinatown is 5 minutes on …More
Very close to transport. BART directly outside entrance. Trams and trollies within a block. Hotel is located in a transitional area and we did not want to walk back to the hotel after dark so transport was a must. Hotel itself is ok for the price paid. Our room had an A/C unit that cycled loudly off and on every 20 mins or so. We finally turned it off at night to get some rest. Make sure you don't get a room near the service corridor/road. The trucks start running around 5:30 am and if you aren't a sound sleeper it will wake you. Our hair dryer broke and it took two calls to get it fixed,but it was repaired. Hotel is old classic. Beautiful entry. Reminds of of old Hollywood glamour.
Located in the San Francisco theater district with a BART and MUNI station at its entrance, this downtown hotel is 6 blocks …More
Nice clean hotel in the centre of downtown San Francisco, very close to all the shopping etc.
Only problem I had was the hot water didn't work in my room on the first night, but I told them about it the following morning and they had it fixed within a few hours.
Helpful and friendly staff
Traveller from uk
This San Francisco hotel is in bustling, stylish Union Square, a block from cable cars and one-half mile from the Moscone Center.More
The front desk staff was excellent, so helpful and nice. They gave us great directions and recommendations during our visit. We had an excellent view of the bay and enjoyed it immensely. Breakfast was served in the dining area every morning, and was a full self-serve meal- much more than we expected. The hotel is very near the airport, but noise was never a problem and it was quite enjoyable to sit on the patio and watch the planes arriving and taking off. It is pretty far to drive if you plan on visiting attractions in the city each day, but if you can handle about a one hour commute then it's actually nice to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Parking was about thirty dollars daily in the city, which was considerably less than the daily parking fee of city-center hotels. Nearby Burlingame has great restaurants within a 5-10 minute drive. We enjoyed Bay Landing a lot.
Traveller from Texas
Adjacent to San Francisco Bay, this hotel sits on a quiet strip across from a bayside park and jogging path, 1 mile from a …More
Hotel do need some reno, rather dated. Beds are comfortable and the tea/sherry facility in the morning and evening is a nice touch. Very close to Union Square shopping area and lots of eateries around it. Morton is just next door and food is good but pricey.
Built in a Spanish Gothic style, this boutique hotel on San Francisco's Powell Street Cable Car Line lies in the theater and …More
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