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Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel, housed in a landmark building in the heart of Union Square, is quintessential San Francisco: exciting, romantic, timelessly elegant and unique. The ornately decorated …Morelobby, old-world hospitality, and Tom Sweeney, the hotel's infamous Beefeater doorman, transport you to another time and place. The legendary Starlight Room, the adjacent Scala's Bistro and unmatched hospitality complete the picture to create an unforgettable San Francisco experience. Less
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All reviews starlight room union square scala's bistro cable car yoga mat lobby bar historic hotel wine hour top floor rooms are small an older hotel queen room powell st valet parking fisherman's wharf few blocks public transportation
This hotel is in a super location with a 1920’s vibe to the hotel. The suite room was roomy and the bed very comfortable, as a Brit having Premiership footy was a excellent touch. The lifts are unpredictable and you can wait rather a long...More
I was here with a large group for a few days and a business meetings. We really enjoyed the location of the hotel. The hotel is full of charm and the rooms are delightfully decorated mine was so comfortable.
From the check-in staff to check-out...More
Stayed in this hotel for 3 nights. It is in a very good spot central for shops and the tram stops outside the door. The decor is amazing, a beautiful place having been fully restored. The room was very small, not enough room for our...More
Massive disappointment. The wifi was terrible (even the "premium" one when I paid for it). Literally had to go down to Starbucks to do my work. 2 of the 3 treadmills in the gym were broken (but not marked as such).The windows were paper thin...More
A friend and I stayed at the Sir Francis Drake on the last weekend in September, we were in San Francisco to watch the final weekend of the Baseball season at AT&T Park.
We arrived at the hotel early at about 1030 am and we...More