Hotel Frank San Francisco
Hotel does not care about Guest Experience. My friend was staying at this hotel and was mugged (wallet stolen) and Hotel Frank did not care about helping out a guest in a time of need. The hotel manager refused to directly speak with him on the phone and used a housekeeper for communication. I had to order domino's online to ensure my friend could eat that day! The way he was treated made him feel even worse than he already did. Please refuse to stay at this hotel and go to the J.W. Marriott. At least that way you could ensure to speak with customer service at a corporate level.
Unique Quality: Staff doesn't care about its guests.
my flatmate works here, and a more decent, unpretentious hotel cannot be found. Creepy art-deco elevator will scare the kids into behaving!
Unique Quality: location!!! just off union square, ground zero for all the touristy things tourist thrive on, and near all the public transit for those looking to escape the alcatraz-wharf-union square triad.
Directions: union square
Small Union Square Hotel
Situated in the heart of San Francisco's vibrant Union Square neighborhood, the Maxwell Hotel San Francisco is a striking art deco structure with a theatrical flair.
I stayed here for business when it was the raphael. Looks like it has definately upgraded its decor.
Unique Quality: Built in 1908, and recently restored, The Maxwell Hotel San Francisco reflects the drama of its Theatre Row address. Each room is stylishly decorated in a sophisticated blend of theatrical and Art Deco influences and appointed with writing desk, custom bath amenities, velour "Frette" bathrobes, iron & board and in-room safe.
Directions: Union Square
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