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Room cards didn't work multiple times, and we were locked out for 20 minutes before an employee showed up. He was supposed to return with newly activated cards and never did. Poor bed quality and loud thermostat noises made it tough to sleep. Iron cord...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
11 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
My wife and I travel all over the world, and were looking forward to staying at Hotel Nikko, the website descriptions and pictures seemed very high end. However, the pictures were not very accurate... the room is much, much smaller than the pics indicate, and...More
My granddaughter and I celebrated a special birthday byflying to San Francisco and staying at The Hotel Nikko. The contrast of the outside hustle and fast paced activities with the serene and beautiful hotel is amazing.
After a day of seeing sights with hotel rest...More
It was not easy selecting a hotel for our first stay in SF as a family. Many friends recommended we stay down by the embarcadero but I wanted something more convenient. I was 5 months pregnant and we were traveling with 2 young children.
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.
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There are seals about 30 minutes away on the coast ? This is the very center of Sam Francisco, but in 20 minutes you can Drive to Golden Gate Park and see squirrels and birds. The zoo is about 35 minutes by car. You are... More
There are seals about 30 minutes away on the coast ? This is the very center of Sam Francisco, but in 20 minutes you can Drive to Golden Gate Park and see squirrels and birds. The zoo is about 35 minutes by car. You are about 4.5 hours from the Sierras where you may see a bear.