As San Francisco natives, we wanted a romantic, elegant and fun night away. The Hotel Monaco is fantastic. The location is of course great. The hotel manages to be both elegant and whimsical and fun. The rooms are pretty small, but their excellent design compensates. Highly recommend.
David from San Francisco
The eclectically decorated Hotel Monaco, a 1910 Beaux Arts building, is within 2 blocks of Union Square and the Curran and …More
This hotel is centrally located to popular areas like Union Square, Nob Hill and the Embarcadero. It's close to lots of shopping, restaurants and everything else you need. The hotel is also close to public transportation stops.
May from Los Angeles, CA
Blithely original, the boutique-style Hotel Triton is located across from Chinatown's Dragon Gate, 2 blocks from San …More
We were in San Fran for a 5 day break following a conference in another city. We had found and booked the Prescott through Expedia. The location of this hotel is amazing, and the staff are so friendly and helpful. We upgraded to a suite on the Club Level for our final 2 nights which allowed us access to the club level cocktail reception and continental breakfast. The suite itself was beautiful, spacious and the bed was incredibly comfortable. Overall, this hotel is great value for money for central San Fran, We love this hotel and will definitely return.
Sarah from New Zealand
This seven-story downtown San Francisco hotel is 2 blocks from Union Square and a cable-car stop; the Moscone Center …More
It was my husband's birthday and we were looking for a quick weekend getaway to celebrate.
Online booking was a breeze (way to go, Expedia!)
We were settled comfortably in no time, thanks to the attentive front desk staff. Our room had 2 queen beds with a city view. It was well appointed, smoke and scent-free, very quietly nestled on the 15th floor.
We knew we were going to a historic building and adjusted our expectations accordingly. The bathroom is small compared with those found in newer hotels, but it was not as bad as what we read in some reviews.
The Starlight Room on the 21st floor is a definite plus, for its view and vintage ambience. The music was not bad either. It's not for the younger, 20s-30s crowd. As a couple in our mid-40s with young teen daughters who enjoy arts and cuisine, the restrained, friendly vibe was definitely to our liking. From bellhop to the red and gold-attired beefeaters, to reception staff - the level of hospitality is wonderful. La Scala Bistro is one elevator ride down. Its short but carefully crafted menu is an extension of the warmth of hotel service. For short stays, trade housekeeping (save water) for free drinks and other offers. For chocoholics and treats, we went to Tout Sweet Patisserie, known to locals for great pastries & espresso, located on the 3rd floor of Macy's (yes, the department store).
Desigual and UniqClo are go-to for comfortable, quality clothes' shopping. Ruby Skye for
heady, bass-heavy dancing is nearby. Fun!
Aileen from California
Newly renovated in September 2011, this 1928 hotel is a half-block from San Francisco's Union Square, 3 blocks from the …More