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I stayed in this hotel with my mum in a two queen beds room.
The quality is not bad, respecting the 4*, but the price is far too high for what it is. I mean you can reach around 450$ per night for the room...More
This was our second stay at Hotel Nikko. Over the years we have stayed in many hotels here among them the Ritz-Carlton, Westin,The Palace, Intercontinental, Stanford Court, and Grand Hyatt. There are many quality options in San Francisco of course, but nothing compares in our...More
15 Thank Shelley R
Response from Danielle O, Public Relations Manager at Hotel Nikko San FranciscoResponded 3 August 2017
Dear Shelley R,
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave us such a wonderful review: we are thrilled to read about your delight in your most recent stay. Thank you for your kind compliments to the breathtaking spaces, gorgeous guestrooms, superior service...More
Beautiful property in a great location. The room was spacious, quiet, and relaxing. We loved the location. It was easy to walk to a great spot for dinner or to catch the streetcar. I would definitely return to the Nikko if back in the area.
I chose this hotel based on the reviews on trip advisor and now stayed two nights. We loved it from reception to the rooms everything is spotless and service is just great!!!! Executive lounge has fantastic views and drinks.
It was the last leg of the USA trip that we decided to stay in the luxury property to pamper ourselves. Hotel is less than 5 minutes walk to BART Powell St. Station and Union Square. Room is very new and cozy as it has...More
Originally home to rallies supporting the Union Army in the Civil War, this grand square has become the city's premier shopping and entertainment district containing the largest number of upscale department stores, chic boutiques, art galleries and theatres in the city. It's a large open area where tourists and locals gather, watch cable cars and crowds go by, enjoy a snack, or plan their day of shopping and
sightseeing, If feeling the pulsating energy of the city is on your agenda, Union Square is the place to soak it in.
Response from Danielle O | Property representative |
Hello! Our valet parking is $15 per hour and for our overnight guests, valet is $50 per night plus tax with in and out privileges (and $60 per night plus tax for oversized vehicles). Otherwise, hourly parking rates apply... More
Hello! Our valet parking is $15 per hour and for our overnight guests, valet is $50 per night plus tax with in and out privileges (and $60 per night plus tax for oversized vehicles). Otherwise, hourly parking rates apply. Our valet entrance is at 180 Ellis Street, just before Mason Street.
If you would like other choices, there is a public 1,100-car Mason O'Farrell garage directly across the street from the hotel.