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TravelPod Member ReviewsSW Hotel San Francisco
Pricey by the standard of most North American cities, but reasonable compared to other offerings in SF's central areas. Simple, clean, and comfortable, some may be put off by the location near strip clubs. Safety didn't seem to be an issue as the streets were busy late into the night. Location is great for dining with all of Chinatown's culinary delights all around, and Little Italy a short walk away. The hotel is very strict with breakfast - we arrived at the breakfast room five minutes before breakfast was scheduled to end, only to find the door locked as we were told that it was too late to eat.
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... to San Francisco.
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... Christmas Day so they were guessing all the way into town on the tram to the Palace Hotel.
We arrived to an amazing sight and were seated for our Christmas buffet brunch. It was brilliant! The pictures tell the story better than a description but was just wow including the live music, towering Christmas trees, gingerbread houses and giant snow globes filled with candy, gingerbread images.
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... was a shuttle service to take you around.
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