Hilton San Francisco Financial District
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Andrea-elliott stayed here on Jun 5, 2010 during their trip titled: Andrea & Elliott's Eurotrip 2010!!!.
Rain rain go away. Today started out gloomy and rainy. We stopped for our Starbucks fix and away we went.
Just north of Medford, OR we were following behind a little black car and out of nowhere the car started to hydroplane spinning out of control right in front of us. Yikes! Its spin took it sideways across to the right lane in front of …
We decided that we would start off the day by walking around Chinatown. We got going around 10:00am and walked a couple of blocks over to Grant Street. What a neat environment. Seeing so much of the culture knowing that this was a functional Chinatown was pretty cool. It had the same similar feel of the Chinatown in Seattle but …
We flew from Cleveland to San Francisco today. Had a great flight and arrived early. It was sunny and 62 degrees in San Francisco at 2:00 pm. What a change in weather. Our long pants and long sleeves were very comfortable.
We enjoyed a long walk through Chinatown and along the Embarcadero where the piers are. The executive lounge at the …
Wahoo99 stayed here on Apr 30, 2012 during their trip titled: SF.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton San Francisco Financial District
As a past San Francisco resident, I had a tough time deciding where to stay on my recent visit. Turns out this hotel has the best deal in town and the location is excellent. While the rooms are straight-forward Holiday Inn quality (nothing special), they are large and half (on the north side) have wonderful views. The location is perfect for exploring Chinatown and North Beach and is a 15 minute walk to Union Square and the shops. I loved walking up to North Beach for breakfast in a coffee shop and getting a cheap lunch in Chinatown. And don't miss the rooftop swimming pool. Considering I paid $100 a night over the weekend, how can you beat this deal?
Great Hotel, Great Views, Great Location
We stayed at the Holiday Inn Select for seven nights in March 2004 and it was a very pleasant stay. Accross the road is China Town and you are only about 20 mins walk away from places such as Fishermans Wharf, Coit Tower, Union Square, cable cars etc. The hotel staff were all very, very polite and helpful and were always on hand to provide impartial advise on alternative places to eat or to go out. Great views from the 27th floor open air swimming pool of the city and alcatraz and the transamerica Pyramid. Enjoy:)
Great rates, great location!
My fiance and I stayed here in August of 2003. We got such a deal when we booked flight and hotel together on Expedia. It was such a great location for us: on the border of Chinatown, walkable to all the sights and interesting neighborhoods, walked up for breakfast at Mama's three times it was so good. Nice rooms, nice view. Would stay there again in a minute.
Still a great view from the 11th floor!
Beautiful View from only the 11th floor! Get a corner room facing Coit Tower and the Bay! The rooms are clean, the staff very friendly and helpful. I would stay here again for my next visit.
Best deal in SF
Great hotel. I plan to come back at this hotel. I spent a long weekend in December and recommend it warmly. Perfect location, away from noise, great view over the city if you chose an upper floor, large room, clean. It s best deal for a good price. Close to delicious Chinese food, any time of the day, starting with breakfast. Altogether , hotel and surrounding restaurants, best deal. Try to avoid hotels on Wharf, it s crazy during the day, with awaful view over narrow streets, nothing like the panorama from Financial District. You need to go there only for a one day trip city tour or Alcatraz. All other attractions, like Civic Centre, are convenient located around this hotel. You can come back at hotel and change several times during the day, it's walking distance to everything. Enjoy a romantic stay in this wonderful city.
Have just stayed here for 4 nights at end of Nov 2003. We found the location of the hotel just great. Across the road is Chinatown, 5 minutes walk away is the Italian district (both great dinner options) and Union Square is only 10 minutes walk away. Ask for a high floor and the view is great. We were on the 20th floor and overlooked the bay and Alcatraz. We took a cab to Fisherman's Wharf and it only cost $7:00. We would stay here again.
Stayed here for 7 nights in Oct 03. Great location, nice rooms, brilliant view, very reasonable rates ($100 per night), comfortable, clean and in a good area. Also has the advantage of being near the tallest building in the city, so you won't get lost!!
Visited here with family April 2003. Staying on 24th Floor views over city were brilliant. Located on edge of China Town and within walking distance of Pier 39, and other sites. Very comfortable and clean even though under going a refurbishment at the time of visit.
Great views and roof top pool!
This is a great hotel we had a room overlooking the bay and Alcatraz it was fab. Room service was delicious, resonable and quick, although there are loads of places to eat around there you are minutes from the Italian area and on the door step of China town! It was convenient and very clean. The pool on the roof was lovely with 360o views of the city it was great.
I would highly recommend this hotel it was very reasonable for what you got and where it was, as it is also within walking distance of Union Square and all the shopping you desire!
Good value, great location
I have stayed at this hotel twice in the last three years and on both occassions found it good value for money. Ask for a high level room (27 floors) and you are guarunteed a great view of the bay or city skyline. The roof top pool also feels special, since it is so high up. Best of all is the location. You aren't stuck out in Fishermans Wharf, but much closer to the heart of the city. If you only have a day or two in town then I guess the Wharf is OK. But if you're in town for longer I definitely recommend this more central hotel.