Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Hotels of Union Square

Union Square Cheap Hotel Information

There are many hotels in the United States. You can easily find out different types of cheap hotels in this travelling place. Everything is suitable for you. Every hotel provides you better service, good quality of food, good quality of room service and other necessary tips for you. In the below you can get union square hotels details address and information. Budget under $100, Mid-range $100 – 175, Splurge $176 and over Budget

• Hostelling International-Downtown, 312 Mason Street (at O'Farrell), ☎ +1 415 788-5604. checkin: 2PM; checkout: 11AM. Clean, cheap, safe and fun. Dorms $27-$30, privates $69-$109.

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• Pacific Tradewinds Backpackers, 680 Sacramento Street (between Kearny and Spring), ☎ +1 415 433-7970. checkin: 8AM-11:30PM; checkout: 10:30AM. The smallest hostel in San Francisco. On the edge of Chinatown and the Financial District. Friendly, clean, modern and safe. Free internet. $26-29.50/night.

• San Francisco International Hostel, 140 Mason Street, ☎ +1 415 982-5010 (toll free: +1 888 919-0140). checkin: 11AM dorms, 2PM privates; checkout: 10AM. Can't beat the convenience right in the main hotel district, a block from Powell Station and Union Square. Dorms $29+, privates $45+.

• USA Hostels San Francisco, 711 Post St (On Post and Jones, a short walk up Post Street from Powell Street), ☎ 415-440-5600. checkin: 11am; checkout: 10am. Rated #7 Large Hostel Worldwide 2013, Most Popular Hostel in San Francisco 2013 and part of the company named the Best Hostel Chain Worldwide 2013 by Hostelworld.com. Also Awarded Top 3 Staff for North America by Hostelbookers.com. Offers Ensuite and shared bath rooms as well as many amenities and activities. Private rooms and dorms. Rates vary with room type, season, and availability. Mid-range

• The Donatello, 501 Post Street (at Mason), ☎ +1 415 441-7100. checkin: 3PM; checkout: 12PM. 94 deluxe rooms, the most spacious accommodations in San Francisco. Elegantly decorated with original Italian art, Travertine marble, Venetian glass and European antiques.

• Hotel Bijou, 111 Mason Street (at Eddy), ☎ +1 415 771-1200 (fax: +1 415 346-3196). Hotel Bijou is inspired by San Francisco's rich cinematic history, adorned with movie palace stylings and Hollywood portraits, and features a mini movie theater in the lobby.

• Handlery Union Square Hotel, 351 Geary Street (between Powell and Mason), ☎ +1 415 781-7800 (fax: +1 415 781-0269). A family hotel with a European flair, and the feel of upscale boutique accommodations providing warm, personal attention. The cable car is located at the corner and attractions are within walking distance.

• Hotel Abri, 127 Ellis Street, ☎ +1 415 392-8800 (fax: +1 415 398-2650). Recently renovated hotel that lacks a pool or free breakfast. Rooms are small but has everything you need for a reasonable price. The cable car, MUNI and BART stations are within walking distance.

• Hotel des Arts, 447 Bush St (between Grant Ave and Kearny St), ☎ +1 415 956-4322 (reservations@sfhoteldesarts.com, fax: +1 415 956-0399). checkin: 3PM; checkout: 12PM. The hotel displays the work of contemporary local artists. $69-$149.

• Larkspur Hotel Union Square, 524 Sutter Street, ☎ +1 415 421-2865. Pet friendly, 100% non-smoking and an onsite bar, Bar 1915. Splurge
• Hilton San Francisco Union Square, 333 O'Farrell Street (between Taylor and Mason just west of Union Square), ☎ +1 415 771-1400 (fax: +1 415 771-6807). Iconic, AAA 4 Diamond hotel in the heart of downtown San Francisco. Steps from Union Square, Cable Cars, Chinatown, BART station, and Moscone Center.

• Chancellor Hotel, 433 Powell Street (between Sutter and Post just north of Union Square), ☎ +1 415 362-2004 or +1 800 428-4748 (info@chancellorhotel.com, fax: +1 415 362-1403). A classic hotel overlooking Powell Street. Offers a menu of pillow options for your sleeping comfort. $90-$200.

• Galleria Park Hotel, 191 Sutter Street (at Kearny), ☎ +1 415 781-3060 (twillis@jdvhotels.com, fax: +1 415 433-4409). A boutique hotel with a half-acre private urban park. Good linens, flat-screen TVs and complimentary wine hour.

• Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason Street (between O'Farrell and Ellis), ☎ +1 415 394-1111 (info@hotelnikkosf.com, fax: +1 415 394-1106). Swanky large hotel with a boutique feel and very large bathrooms. Rooms are equipped with high-speed Internet, stereos and large flat panel televisions, and you can ask for the few rooms with Japanese style amenities. There is also a indoor fifteen-meter heated pool, whirlpool and a 24h gym. Hotel dining includes restaurant ANZU, which serves fresh sushi and excellent steaks. Also located inside the hotel's lobby is the Rrazz Room Theater, with nightly cabaret and R&B and the Imperial Club rooms on the top floors provide some great views of the city. $101-$200/night.

• Hotel Rex, 562 Sutter Street (between Powell and Mason), ☎ +1 415 433-4434 (fax: +1 415 433-3695). The Hotel Rex was inspired by the San Francisco art and literary salons of the 1920s and 30s. The clubby lobby surrounds guests with distinctive period furnishings, walls of antiquarian books, and a collection of exotic objects, original portraits and murals.

• Hotel Vitale, 8 Mission Street (at the Embarcadero), ☎ +1 415 278-3700 (bookvitale@jdvhotels.com, fax: +1 415 278-3750). Great boutique hotel, right on the waterfront, across from the historic Ferry Building. Rooms with city or bay views, rooftop day-spa, and a restaurant and bar with outside terrace seating. $250-$500.

• Hyatt Regency San Francisco, 5 Embarcadero Center (at the Embarcadero Center, next to the California and Market cable car turnaround), ☎ +1 415 788-1234 (fax: +1 415 398-2567). A very prominent hotel near the waterfront, with many rooms having lovely views of the Bay. Typically of Hyatts, there are plenty of amenities and very nice rooms.

• JW Marriott (former Pan Pacific), 500 Post Street (at Mason, one block west of Union Square), ☎ +1 415 771-8600 (fax: +1 415 398-0267). A AAA four diamond hotel with lots of amenities and nice rooms.

• Le Méridien (formerly the Park Hyatt), 333 Battery Street (between Commercial and Sacramento, next to the Embarcadero Center), ☎ +1 415 296-2900 (hotel@lemeridiensf.com, fax: +1 415 296-2901). A luxury hotel that mostly caters to business travelers. Large rooms and very nice furnishings and art work. If you stay at this hotel, make a point not to eat breakfast here, as it is expensive and there are other good options nearby.

• Mandarin Oriental, 222 Sansome Street (at Pine), ☎ +1 415 276-9600 (mosfo-reservations@mohg.com, located fax: +1 415 433-0289). A 150 room hotel on the top eleven floors of the First Interstate Center, the third tallest building in the city of San Francisco. The view from the rooms are exceptional, with floor to ceiling windows and great views.

• Marines' Memorial Club & Hotel, 609 Sutter Street, ☎ +1 415 673-6672 (fax: +1 415 441-3649). A historic hotel with some elegantly appointed rooms and suites. Fine dining at the Leatherneck Steakhouse & Lounge and performances at the historical Marines' Memorial Theatre on the premises.

• Marriott Union Square, 480 Sutter Street, ☎ +1 415 398-8900 (fax: +1 415 989-8823). A trendy San Francisco boutique hotel. Formerly the Hotel 480, this hotel has been completely renovated to become a Marriott.

• Omni San Francisco Hotel, 500 California Street (at Montgomery), ☎ +1 415 677-9494 (fax: +1 415 273-3038). A luxury hotel with marble floors and wood paneling in the lobby and very nice rooms.

• The Orchard Hotel, 665 Bush Street (Bush and Powell Street), ☎ +1 415 362-8878 (fax: +1 415 362-8088). A stylish ‘green’ boutique hotel with beautiful rooms and suites, as well as meeting space, a fitness center, and on-site dining - Daffodil Restaurant.

• The Palace Hotel, 2 New Montgomery Street (at Market), ☎ +1 415 512-1111 (fax: +1 415 543-0671). Established in 1875, The Palace has 552 guest rooms. In 1945, the official banquet honoring the opening session of the United Nations was held in The Garden Court at The Palace.

• Wyndham Parc 55 Hotel, 55 Cyril Magnin Street (between Ellis and Eddy), ☎ +1 800 595-0507. A highrise hotel with large rooms, lots of amenities, and great views of Downtown.

• Sir Francis Drake Hotel, 450 Powell Street, ☎ +1 415 392-7755 (fax: +1 415 391-8719). A historic (built in 1928) and rather lavish hotel located right across the street from Union Square.

• Hotel Triton, 342 Grant Ave (at Bush St), ☎ +1 415 394-0500 (fax: +1 415 394-0555). checkin: 3PM; checkout: 12PM. Located just outside Chinatown, directly across from the south gate. Trendy, modern, and a little pricey. But the rooms are nicely appointed, and they offer a free tasting of local wines every afternoon. $229-$300.
• Villa Florence, 225 Powell Street, ☎ +1 415 397-7700. Has the feel of an Italian-inspired hotel. Amenities include an onsite bar, Kuleto’s Italian Restaurant, a fitness center and a sundry area.

•Westin-St Francis Hotel, 335 Powell Street (west side of Union Square, between Post and Geary), ☎ +1 415 397-7000. Now a member of the Westin chain, this is an iconic San Francisco hotel. The lavish lobby and cafe area are used as a meeting place by quite a lot of people who aren't guests there, despite the pricey lattes and ritzy atmosphere. In a peculiar bit of design, the lobby has a side entrance to the Harry & David store, should you need to pop over for a few chocolate-covered cranberries. A ride on the exterior glass elevators offers a splendid view of the skyline, and can be done even if you're not staying. Although the St. Francis has a reputation for being pricy, it runs off-season specials.  You can also like

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