Parc 55 Wyndham
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Ce matin, dernier matin avant notre retour à San Francisco. On se lève encore tôt question de ne pas arriver trop tard en ville.
Nous prenons un très bon déjeuner au même resto qu'hier, le Esteban. Nous partons vers 8:30 heure pour un petite tournée en voiture sur la péninsule de Monterey. La route s'appelle le 17 miles drive.
Bon par où commencer pour vous raconter cette journée bien remplie...Ouille à mes petits pieds, on en a marché un coup ou dirais-je des heures, genre dix heures sans vraiment de pause! Disons que nous sommes parti à neuf heure et demi pour revenir à 8 heure du soir....ça n'en fait des petits pas! On se lève donc sous une journée de brouillard …
Day 1 (Sun, Feb 26, 1995) Said goodbye to the family and drove to San Francisco. We checked in at the Parc55 Hotel. We went over to the De Young Museum and saw the art there. I have always liked this museum (have gone there since I was a kid). Had dinner at the Chart House in Sausalito. Sausalito is a beautiful little town, very upscale and quaint …
For our first day in San Francisco we had a big sleep in (which was very welcome after a few nights of very little sleep) and ended up having breakfast at midday. We then bought a 3 day public transport pass for US$18 (which seemed pretty good value seeing as a single tram ride was $5, and it gets unlimited use of the cable cars, buses, trains and …
Goodbye East Coast Hello West A very early wake up call for us this morning at 5:15am. Need to be down stairs for the airport shuttle by 5:50am. Needless to say no time for breakfast before we left so I was in desperate need of coffee. Our shuttle attempted to reach speeds not intended for buses especially while apparently trying to find every pot …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParc 55 Wyndham San Francisco
Generally the hotel was very good. Helpful staff, clean rooms nicely appointed. My only issues were that wifi was a cost option from your room when the literature made it appear free. Free internet access was only available from 2 floors from fixed computers, also no fridge in the bedroom, and they didn't restock the team and coffee during our 4 day stay. None of these issues are major concerns but just the difference between a 4 and 5 star ranking. We would stay here again.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Parc 55 Wyndham San Francisco
Nice Hotel, BAD LOCATION
I got this reservation through Priceline. I thought that the hotel was very nice, but was dissapointed that a 4 star would not have a pool. My biggest complaint is the location. Anyone going to San Fran would be much better off staying at the Fairmount, or the Mark's Hotel. They are in much better areas. When you leave the hotel you can literaly see 20 homeless people in a mattar of minutes. Walk a bit more and you will see 30, 40, 50. The hotel is just outside the tenderloin area, which is the worst part of town. I was literally scared to walk around after 8 p.m at night. DO YOURSELF A BIG FAVOR, FOR THE MONEY YOU SPEND TO STAY HERE, TAKE IT AND SPEND IT AT THE WESTIN, THE FAIRMOUNT, OR THE MARK'S. The Hilton, and Nikko hotel are right next to the PARC 55, so i wouldnt bother with those either.I think that my post is very factual, please heed this advice.
Ideal Big Chain Hotel
You never really know what to believe when you read sites like trip advisor, so, needless to say, I was quite anxious when my wife and I checked in. We travel at least once a month and prefer to stay in "boutique" hotels, but after staying at the Parc 55, I can honestly say, that I'd stay here again. From the front desk clerk who gave us a room with a view when told it was our anniversary, to the porter who helped with directions to breakfast, everyone was very friendly. The room was very large, very clean and very comfortable. With 33 floors and a few hundred rooms, I expected the elevators to be slower than molasses. I was wrong. All in all, I'd give the hotel 4.5 out of 5 stars. A half of a point was deducted for having a room that connected to another room. It allowed the noise to travel through a little easier, and of course, the adjoining room was a family with bickering kids.
Great place to stay
Stayed here recently in August , great room and location , no complaints , very clean
Yeee-uck! This hotel stinks! We arrived at the hotel and had a difficult time checking in even though we had all our confirmation numbers and print-out from Orbitz. It was described as a 4 star hotel but I think they need to review it again!Our room was comparable to a roadside motel and DIRTY! I found a pair of mens underwear in the drawer and a used kleenex on the floor- I called down to front desk and complained- they moved us to another room that was just as dirty! I asked about a wet bar or refrigerator and they said we could RENT one(Refrigerator) for an additional 25.00 a day! The staff were cold and uncaring- and they charged us TWICE for our stay! After a month we finally got our money back! P.s. We did call Orbitz to ask for a hotel change and they said they wouldnt guarantee us getting our money back for the Parc even if we didnt stay! Never again!
Great hotel, great location
My husband and I stayed at this hotel for five nights, and we thought it was outstanding. Plenty of shopping and restaurants nearby. We walked to Chinatown (though it was a long walk) and drove to Fisherman's Wharf. The concierge was extremely helpful in planning our daytrip to Sonoma. The airport is 20 minutes away, at most. We booked on Expedia and couldn't have been more pleased with their advice, as this hotel deserves its four-star status. Wpuld absolutely stay there again.
Great convention hotel
Arrived in city by BART. Hotel is literally steps away from the Powell St. station. Also very close to Moscone Center. My standard room was luxuriously furnished, altho a little on the small side for 2 double beds. A family would have been VERY crowded, but for one person on a business trip the room was fine.
Awesome stay. Had a great room on the 27th floor with a nice northern view towards the financial district. The updated room was very clean, spacious, with a nice bathroom. The concierge was extremely helpful in helping us with transportation and tour arrangements. Even the restaurant had terrific food. Don't let it scare you if it's relatively empty.The location is good near Union Sq, theaters, shops/restaurants, and the cable car line. It's typical urban with the associated elements, but we never felt threatened. Don't wait too late to jump on the cable car lest you wait in line for quite a stint.
What a great hotel
My husband and I stayed a week at the Parc 55 and were very impressed with the hotel. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. The concierge made several dinner reservations for us and gave recommendations on good places to dine.We would recommend this place to anyone. We made the reservation through Priceline, and afterward, I read several online reviews that commented on the "seedy area." I became a little worried to see what I had gotten us into. But we had no complaints at all. Of course, it IS the city and you'll have to expect some homeless people being around. That's to be expected in the city. We walked pretty much everywhere we went and never had any trouble.We would definitely go back.
Great Location in San Francisco
Stayed at this hotel for a conference. It has a great location near the cable cars and Union Square.
The rooms were very nice, quiet and very clean. Service outstanding.
Great stay at Parc 55
The Renaissance Parc 55 was a great place to stay in the City by the Bay!
On my recent visit (oct 10-13, 2002), I was surprised that a huge (1,000 rooms) hotel could offer such good service.
Check-in was easy and friendly. My 24th floor corner room was large and well-furnished (albeit with the typical chain hotel stuff, but it was fine). Views of downtown and the surrounding hills were incredible.
The rooms feature excellent work desks, lounging chairs and a cocktail table. Bathrooms were huge with high-end bath products. There's nightly turndown service as well, and a newspaper is delivered to your door on weekdays.
The location was great - right next to the Powell St. Cable car turnaround and steps from the great shopping around Union Square. There are restaurants APLENTY on the streets around the hotel.
MUNI streetcars, buses, and BART are across the street from the hotel. Many attractions are within walking distance if you can stand all of San Francisco's hills.
Weekend rates are among the best in the city among the high-end hotels.