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The hotel itself is okay but overpriced which I'm guessing that is more to do with SF prices at large. Although the lobby and much of the internal architecture is historic and quite impressive, the room quality is average and 3-star at best. The biggest...More
The hotel room itself was basic enough but clean and comfortable. Interior quite outdated. Bell man was lovely and very helpful. Area not safe at all at night. Lots of loitering and a large police presence. Fine if you can get taxi/uber to your destinations....More
The hotel itself is historic and beautiful so all modern amenities such as USB ports are not available. This was fine with us as we knew what to expect. There is an air conditioner in each room so we had no issues with that. While...More
Hotel Whitcomb, a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2007, dates back to 1916. It is centrally located near many of San Fracisco's historic sites, the hotel is steps away from Civic Center and a short trolley car ride away from Union Square, The...More
We stayed here this week... the staff were very welcoming. I’ve read a lot of reviews about there being a lot of homeless people a drug addicts on the street by the hotel... this is true, but it’s not localised to the area by the...More
South of Market (SoMa), has an urban and sophisticated vibe, but you're more likely to find big nightclubs and lots of industrial loft residences than you are to find boutique shopping. Although it’s the epicenter for tech startups in the city, visitors will be able to do more than just business - museums, top quality restaurants, and the San Francisco Giants now call this neighbourhood home. Most of its freeway-sized
streets may not capture the same character as other neighbourhoods in the city, but pockets of charm, like South Park, can still be found throughout its side streets.
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The classic trolley cars from all over the world run up and down Market St. They'll take you to the Ferry Building and Fisherman's Wharf on one end and the Castro district on the other. They also run past the connection to... More
The classic trolley cars from all over the world run up and down Market St. They'll take you to the Ferry Building and Fisherman's Wharf on one end and the Castro district on the other. They also run past the connection to the Cable cars. It's a marvelous location.