Chancellor Hotel on Union Square
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We were up at 8am after a good nights sleep, possibly the first time this holiday I have slept all night. We had coffee in the room and headed out towards San Francisco, stopping off to top up with petrol/gas. A tip for non-USA travelers, don't bother trying to use Chevron service station self service. When you swipe your credit card it asks for …
Today we left the Aria and headed back to Vegas airport to fly to San Francisco. They were giving away free scones and coffee at the airport which made the journey slightly more bearable, but actually it was very pleasant as we flew with Vrigin America. They were still budget but even for short-haul journeys there were tv sets in the back of the …
We were leaving today. Huge drive for a full day within the park, but if I had to do it again, I would. Next time hopefully we will be able to come back and spend a few days here so that we can do a little hiking. On our drive home, we tossed a coin as to whether we will drive through Sonora Pass or Tioga Pass, and Tioga Pass won. Tioga Pass really …
The beauty of the date line meant I arrived in San Francisco at the same time I left Auckland! A whole days saving!! The flip side is that you have severe jet lag; after 20 hours of flying, with stops, my body clock was all over the place!
The plan, on arrival @ 10:30am, was to stay awake until midnight and reward myself with a lye in. On …
Time for one last breakfast in New York, so I asked the doorman to find me a copy of the New York Times, grabbed an umbrella from the foyer (it was raining), and walked to the Murray Hill Diner on Lexington. For reasons that totally elude me I ordered the Waffle Sundae - a Belgian waffle with two scoops of ice cream covered in whipped …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Chancellor Hotel on Union Square San Francisco
We stayed here for 3 nights in late Septemebr 2003. The hotel is the nicest budget hotel we stayed in during our whole trip to California.
The rooms are clean and comfortable and best of all the hotel is right on Union Square. We paid around £60/$90 per night which is pretty good for a city hotel.
As a first time visitor to SF, I chose the Chancellor Hotel based on reviews I read here. Our room was great - clean, a decent size, extra pillows, etc. The bathroom was also clean, good towels, and the big tub was nice after a day of biking.We had a room facing Powell St so there was street noise. Keeping the window closed helped, and the cable cars shut down after midnight, so they didn't bother us. Those more sensitive to street noise may want to bring ear plugs.I found the staff courteous and helpful. We also received a coupon for breakfast in the hotel restaurant, so we tried it one day. The prices were average for the area ($8-10 for eggs and pancakes), the service courteous, and the coffee good.We left SF for a few days, and went to another hotel for our last night. The other hotel is a hip, modern place near the Chancellor and we were very disappointed with it. We much preferred the Chancellor.
Great place in the middle of things
This was a great place to stay, at a great price, right in the middle of things. For two women alone, being in a safe part of the city was important and being right next to Union Square assured that. Wonderful city, wonderful staff in the hotel and out...made for a memorable trip
Nice in the center
Nice position, right in the shopping area, but if you are looking for Fishermans' Wharf and other tourit attractions it is a little fare from the seaside. Nice rooms, maybe a little small. Quite clean but nothing exceptional. Breakfast very expensive.
I've stayed in several boutique hotels in San Francisco and the Chancelor is my favorite. It's clean and comfy. The rooms aren't as small as the other boutique hotels. In fact they have large walk in closets to keep all your luggage in. They give you a cute little rubber ducky, bath salts and a candy bowl. The location is perfect - walking distance to everything in Union Square and Bart. I found rates on-line for $69 - the best deal in the city. My only complaint...as with many hotels: not enough outlets for cell phone chargers, digital camera chargers and other stuff.
This hotel was in the heart of the city.This was our first visit to San Francisco, so we had a lot of questions. Everyone was so helpful there. The rooms were very tastefully done. There was no air conditioner, but we didn't need it. There is a ceiling fan that did just fine.....even in August. If we ever go back we will surely book at the Chancellor again. Buying a Muni Pass was an excellant idea, just wish I had taken a friends advice and had taken the Bart from the airport at $4.70 instead of paying for a door to door for $14.70. If you are packing light enough the hotel is just a couple of blocks from the Bart Station.
Great location and price!
Found the Chancellor to be situated in the heart of Union Square, within walking distance of many shops and attractions. Rooms were small yet comfortable, and my rate of $99/nt was great. Found the staff to be accomodating and helpful. The restaurant was nothing special, and with so many other options close by, not a necessity. Go next door to Sear's for pancakes! Would recommend this hotel for its location and reasonable rates.
The Chancellor Hotel is great!
Great Hotel, great value and the best location. Simple, clean and all the little touches anyone could want.
I'm not sure about the other posting but I have had wonderful stays at the Chancellor. Very close to shopping, restaurants and theater. The rooms are small but very clean. We like it because you can walk to so many different things or take the cable car.
Very poor service avoid
Our room was entered and some shopping stolen. They showed us the room key read out which showed a key the same as ours had been used to gain entrance at a time we weren't at the hotel. They clearly have a security problem, someone can copy their keys. Either that or I stole my own shopping
Stay somewhere else, anywhere else.