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My daughter and I stayed here for three nights while visiting the west coast. I was a little nervous about us staying by ourselves for the first time, but this hotel is in the PERFECT location for walking around San Francisco. It's situated right where...More
We stayed here with little kids and enjoyed the Chinese New Year celebration right from the front of the hotel! The hotel was easy to get to from the airport and valet parking (while $$$...which seems the norm for the city) was easy to navigate....More
Response from RZelidon, Manager at Hilton San Francisco Financial DistrictResponded February 20, 2018
Thank you for your recent visit and positive review of our property. We're very happy to see that you enjoyed the festivities for Chinese New Years. We partner with our community in this celebration and many other opportunities. The Big Chinese New Year...More
The location is fine - in China Town, but the hotel is poorly organized and not up to the standards I expect of a Hilton experience. I paid for a club floor room and ended up with one that wasn't on the club floor (but...More
We stayed at this hotel during our recent trip to SF and found the hotel centrally located and the staff helpful and welcoming. Prior to our trip we read horrible reviews about dirty windows and bad WiFi and did not think much of it. Post...More
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I paid more for a "Premium Bay View" room, but the windows were so dirty we could barely see out of them. Until they clean the windows pass on the "Premium Bay View" rooms because you will just be disappointed with the money you spent.
The Financial District lies just east of Chinatown but can seem a world apart given it’s San Francisco’s version of Wall Street. The rush of business people make up a hectic weekday and add to a frenetic pace of life, but visitors who spend a few hours walking the narrow streets will be rewarded with fine examples of historic and contemporary architecture, including the iconic Transamerica Pyramid. After business hours,
bars and restaurants quickly fill up with happy hour revelers. Stocks aren’t the only kind of market being followed, the Ferry Building Marketplace on the Embarcadero is a gourmet food emporium and farmers market that will satisfy anyone working up an appetite.
The windows were kind of dirty. Not so much that I couldn’t see or enjoy the culture outside but definitely noticeable. It so much like a new cultural experience looking out that I was ok with it overall.