Stanford Court San Francisco

Address: 905 California Street, San Francisco, California, 94108-2201, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of San Francisco, is near Open Top Sightseeing, Point Reynes, Pacific Union Club, and The Vampire Tour of San Francisco.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsStanford Court San Francisco

          Reviewed by andye10000

          Great, central hotel

          Reviewed Jul 12, 2014
          by (6 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

          This is a great hotel - its a lot more expensive than we'd normally pay, but its worth every cent. On top of Nobs Hill, and right on top of three different Cable Car lines its in a great position to head in all directions. If you're reasonable fit its a good walk to Market St, the Ferry Terminal or Alcatraz Landing.

          Rooms are a good size, and ours had good views of the skyline and glimpses of the harbour, everyone we dealt with was friendly and helpful

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by abarnes

          Great stay in San Fran

          Reviewed Apr 13, 2006
          by (10 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Great accomodations and helpful staff! Clean and 5 star service. The hotel is beautifully appointed and convenient to many things in San Fran. The concierge can help you book tours. We booked our wine country tour through the hotel. We were unable to book a tour of Alcatraz due to our schedule and the only day we could tour, they were sold out - so book early! if you are on a tight schedule. Especially on weekends.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Historical Traveler Reviews Stanford Court San Francisco

          Nice stay overall


          Stayed three nights, Thurs thru Saturday. Great location intersecting all three cable car lines atop "Snob Hill". Service was good overall, though my first contact person upon checking in was not particularly friendly or accomodating. She tried to put me in a Queen bed cubicle of a room, and wouldn't really budge from this until I showed her that my written confirmation guaranteed a King Bed room. At that point She finally brought out her supervisor who was considerably friendlier and found a much better King bed room for the three nights. Otherwise no major complaints, though I've stayed at nicer and friendlier places in S.F. and wouldn't necessarily run back here.

          Very classy hotel with great staff


          This is a very comfortable hotel. Understated elegance with many very thoughtful touches. Towel warmers, complimentary coffee delivered to your room, 24 hour room service. The staff were all very helpful and courteous. The location is the best next door to the Fairmount and Mark Hopkins. Great stay.

          Perfect Location


          An elegant, charming hotel with Asian influences. I thought are room was quite large for a room in a big city (but I am a NYer) . The bed and linens was the most comfortable hotel bed ever. We had a wonderful view of the cable car lines intersecting and the bay in the distance.

          It was a very long walk from the elevator to our room, but its an old hotel and we are young : )

          Great Nob Hill location


          Convenient Nob Hill location, in the middle of all 3 cable car routes. Rooms are fairly compact, but make up for it in fine Egyption cotton sheets. Our first front desk person was a little snobby, but all others were professional and friendly. Great room service.

          Great location and excellent staff.


          I would definitely recommend staying at the Stanford Court Hotel. The location was excellent (on intersection of cable car lines), the staff are professional and the rooms were above average but nothing to write home about. We were on the 6th floor looking into the courtyard. Pricey to park but that's San Fran.

          Great hotel


          Its a great hotel....the staff is amazing and mostly friendly. Its elegant, nice rooms and the food its great. I will stay there againg.

          The Best


          Everytime we visit San Fran we stay at the Stanford. We celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary there and this week will celebrate our 20th anniversary there! Can't wait!

          Fantastic Experience


          Great Hotel. Food was wonderful. Overall best experience in San Francisco

          What a wonderful hotel


          I just returned from a business trip. The company booked us at the Stanford Court and I have to say it was one of the best hotels ever. The service was prompt and friendly. The rooms were lovely and well detailed. The complimentary coffee delivered to my door with my wake up call was wonderful. (It came with a pitcher of cream, not that powdered stuff) I didn't want to leave. I felt very pampered. I can't wait to go back.

          The Standford Court Hotel


          Great internet value, wonderful location, well away from the insanity of Union Square and Fisherman's Wharf, yet easy walking to nearly everything of interest (if you run with your retired racing Greyhounds daily). Their breakfast lemon souffle pancakes with raspberries and raspberry sauce is really "world class"!

          TripAdvisor Reviews Stanford Court San Francisco

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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          City Tour

          A travel blog entry by nbct99eaela on Oct 12, 2013

          1 comment, 25 photos

          ... perfect row homes, the luxury retail shopping areas on Maiden Lane, and were even introduced to "street kids" in the Haight-Ashbury district, the area famous in the 1960's hippy movement. These homeless youth in their teens and 20's can be seen everywhere in the area sleeping on street corners and carrying backpacks. Many of them even have dogs. We drove through Golden Gate Park. It is often compared to Central Park of New York. There we stopped for a short ...

          Cable cars the bone rattlers of San Francisco!!!

          A travel blog entry by aileenlewis50 on Sep 03, 2013

          15 photos

          ... experience all the scenarios. Once again my birth year is significant as it was 50 years ago that Alcatraz closed and the last inmates left to another incarceration in 1963!
          Then we headed back to the jetty after about an hour on the island and proceeded back to the dock which took only 20 mins on the boat. the cable trolley car picked us up and took us to the Boudis Bakery the first Sour Dough bakery in San Francisco. Their original Mother Load Dough originates back to ...

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