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Yesterday we drove to San Francisco, but first we stopped at California's Ol' Faithful geyser. It was pretty cool... it erupted every 5 minutes or so, and it was really stinky. After driving route 1 down the California coast, and stopping at a random beach to put our feet in the water, we drove across the Golden Gate Bridge, and into San Francisco …
... by this stage so we picked up chowder served in a sourdough bread bowl. While demolishing this, out of the blue, a mate from college happened to walk past and recognise me. Noddy and his wife Hayley were touring around the States for 10 weeks with only 10 days left before having to head home. Time for a beer and catch up...
... time I forgot to tip, lucky they had a sign out front that said "tip or die", I quickly went back in to find the tip jar. We also went next door to a unique little shop called the General Store. I tried on a pair of cute gloves, thought about buying them.....then saw the $88 price tag & felt to poor to be touching them. When we got off the train we walked past a gathering of people blowing bubbles. You are never too old to appreciate the wonder ...
... with the most beautiful houses ever -they are built up and so close to each other but the prettiest of colours! We saw North Shore, Chinatown, little Italy, the famous row houses in Alamo Square and the city's iconic cable cars. Today I phoned delta to see if we could change our flight from San Fran to New York from 4pm to 9pm so we could see the Oakland NFL game. We didn't have much luck last week when I tried but the guy said to call back 24hrs before the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Club Quarters San Francisco
I almost cancelled my reservation after reading the previous horrible review. Glad I didn't. We stayed Fri-Sun. Our rate was $82 for 2 twin beds. The room is small, but manageable. The location of the hotel is perfect and for $82, I can't complain. The room was spotless and modern. I travel for business at least half the year and this hotel is as good as the best Hilton, with a smaller room and no queen beds. If you're looking for cheap, clean, modern and close to the action...it's perfect. If you are bringing your 3 kids, you may want to try somewhere else.
Worked fine for us!
Hotel is in a great location next to the Embarcadero. We paid a few extra dollars for an upgraded room, the "director", and the room was plenty big enough for two, and it wasn't tight at all. The hallways are narrower than in some other hotels, but two people do pass easily, and it isn't claustrophobic at all. We were here for 3 days, and there was no noise or parties from the other guests. Check-in was simple; one swipe of a credit card, and we had our room key; much faster than any other hotel I've visited. Free broadband internet in the room was appreciated. Housekeeping was very good, and the room was very clean and in great working order. I'd definitely stay here again.
I agree with the other reviews... TIGHT quarters, and NO WAY was this a 3-star hotel. I had my husband and 5-yr-old son with me. When I asked for a room with two beds, the clerk explained that they do not have rooms like that; they say the cater to the "single" traveler. If I were alone, I would not have felt any more comfortable! Honestly, I could not believe the width of the hallways was legal and up to fire code... two people could not fit down the hall together side-by-side, you had to turn sideways to pass! The entryways to the rooms (another hall-like passage with two hotel room doors facing each other) were even narrower. The rooms themselves are so small, there's no way to fit your luggage out in the room anywhere in order to walk around from bed to bath, unless you hang everything up in the closet. Honestly, it reminded me of my college life!
The Club Quarters San Francisco is located on the West side of the Embarcadero district, at the corner of Battery and Clay, kitty-corner from the Embarcadero Center shopping mall. The hotel is an 8-story structure built in 2003. The architecture is best described as a re-creation of an early 20th Century Apartment Building like you would find in San Francisco's Marina District. The hotel has no parking facilities, but there is a Pay Garage a ½ block away under the Embarcadero Center ($30/day!!!).
We booked our room through Priceline after specifying a 3-star upscale hotel. What we got was Club Quarters at $65/nt (I think I overbid) and, without any doubt, this is NOT a 3-star hotel. After having travelled extensively and staying in many, many hotel rooms throughout the world, I would have to say that our room at the San Francisco Club Quarters was absolutely the tiniest room we have ever tried to inhabit. Picture a queen size bed and then having maybe another 2 feet of space at the foot of the bed. That's how wide these rooms are. Next to the bed is a desk, and then the door to the bathroom. That's it. Other space-saving "innovations" that have been implemented: The towel rack positioned high up on the wall in the bathroom so there is enough room down low for the coffee maker (you'll have a good view of it and it'll be within easy reach as you sit on the toilet). There IS that desk where you can get some work done, although you may be a bit distracted by the TV hanging by your right ear just above the work surface. And, they even cheaped out on the door hardware to the bathroom. Their budget didn't allow them to spring for normal door knob and latching hardware so they went with a magnetic catch which makes a terrible racket when being opened in the middle of the night. Another reviewer already mentioned the large gap around the edge of the bathroom door when it is closed, which I guess provides some good ventilation but not as much privacy as one might expect. There was a small closet for hanging your clothes, but again, space constraints only allowed for half of it to be deep enough for hangers.
Very functional and clean. Although not much for guest amenities, the Club Quarters in San Francisco does provide a friendly and helpful staff and a spacious if less than elegant room. The Club Quarters is very much geared to the business traveller. There is connectivity for your lap top computer as well as ample filing space within the in room desk. There is not much to choose from as far as channel selections go on their in-house TV system, but the hotel's location and high level of cleanliness more than makes up for any shortcomings. The Club Quarters in San Francisco is located adjacent to the famed Embarcadero Shopping Center, and has a wonderfully low price tag when compared to other hotels in the immediate area. The check-out procedure is a bit confusing as it is automated for ease of use. Posted directions would be more helpful for a weary traveller.
This hotel cost $105 per night. The room was small, but very clean and up to date. This hotel is a great idea if you don't plan on spending a lot of time in your room with small children. I was in San Fran so I only used it for about 8 hours at night to sleep. I had a neighbor who played his TV every loud. I can't figure out if the walls were that thin or if the TV was that loud. They have interenet access in the lobby, but it didn't work one of the days. I also spent about $250 to stay at the Hyatt across the street, the rooms weren't of better quality, but the staff at the Hyatt was much more helpful with tourist type questions.
Wonderful stay/teriffic location
Club Quarters is located in the Financial District of SF and described as a hotel for "business travel", but my husband, father and I found it terrific for vacationing!! The room and bath were quite adequate and comfortable. The staff was friendly and very helpfu. And, the location was superb!! The bar/restaurant adjoining the Hotel, "The Elephant and Castle", was beyond fabulous!! Over the course of 4 days, we had all of our breakfasts there, as well as one lunch and one dinner...the food and employees were fantastic!! It goes without saying that all of the aforementioned provided us with a wonderful and memorable vacation in San Francisco!!!
Stayed for three nights on a family vacation. Was a nice stylish hotel that had a lot of features that would be helpful to business travellers including a lounge with free internet access. Hotel was close to transportation and we easily got to a Giants game, Fisherman's Wharf, Golden Gate Park and the Exploratorium via public transit.
Stayed here over the Memorial Day Weekend. Got a deal for about $75/night after taxes. At this rate, it's a fair deal.I have mixed opinions about this hotel. It's rated as 3.5 stars through Hotwire, and many of the amenities do make it a 3.5 star hotel. There's free high speed internet access in the lounge; pillows are fluffy; and showerhead is handheld.This hotel reminds me of an efficiency hotel, somewhat like the Sofitels in Europe. It is geared toward the business traveler. The rooms are small and can only accommodate 2 people. Rooms come with either one queen bed or two twins, but the beds are smaller in length and width than standard beds. For tall people, this place may not be a good option. My brother is 5'9" and he had 2-3 inches to spare at the head and foot of the bed.Biggest drawbacks: Small room and no drawers to unpack clothes, so all luggage needed to be placed neatly in closet. Small TV (approx 18 inches located in corner of the room) makes viewing for both people difficult.Minor things that didn't bother us that may bother others: Ironing boards/irons are supplied but you have to go get it yourself from the hall closet. There is only one ice machine and it's located on the bottom floor.Overall, at the rate we got, I was quite pleased with the hotel given its location and proximity to Market Street and Union Square.