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San Francisco Hotel

DH and I are planning a trip to San Francisco in the Fall.  We've narrowed down our hotel choices to three different Marriotts (b/c we have points).  Does any one have any insight into any of these?  Mainly - which one is in the best location?

1. San Francisco Marriott Union Square - 480 Sutter Street San Francisco, CA 94108

2.   Courtyard San Francisco Downtown - 299 2nd Street San Francisco, CA 94105

3.  Hotel Adagio, Autograph Collection - 550 Geary Street San Francisco, CA 94102


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Re: San Francisco Hotel

  • #1. without a doubt

    It's in the thick of the cable car lines, which is how you are going to get around and do everything - Chinatown, the Embarcadero (all the piers, the Ferry Building shops/food, Alcatraz tours, Ghirardelli square), Lombard street, etc.

    Also, you can walk to Union Square - fantastic food and shopping!

     

    Good luck and be sure to check out Muni for all the info regarding the cable cars and how to pay, get on/off, etc. :)

  • Hotel Adagio although kinda cool has a restaurant connected and smelled like curry. I wouldn't go back. My top pick in SF for convenience and general niceness is Park55.
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  • initially one undoubtedly,

    i Stayed a week in June with the gang. Had an incredible perspective of the city. Lodging was clean. New, cushion beat sleeping cushions were incredible. Staff were neighborly and accommodating, particularly the concierge and ringer men. Go out of the lodging, and you're at Sutter & Powell Sts., where you can hop on the Powell St. Trolley to take you up and over the slope to the Wharf. Two pieces from the Westin St. Francis and the Hyatt Regency Hotels. One square from Union Square and lavishness shopping. An incredible worth at an incredible area.

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