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I’m sure was once a prestige hotel but now very tired. WiFi doesn’t work was there 4 nights and couldn’t connect the whole visit. No tea/ coffee making facilities and the area surrounding the hotel a little intimidating which numerous homeless and drunks, whilst feeling...More
My husband and I stayed here with our friends for our Memorial Day trip. Hotel Whitcomb had one of the best customer services that we’ve ever experienced at a hotel. Kazi, the hotel manager, was very helpful and we were able to do early check-in,which...More
Staff is very supportive and makes you feel welcomed especially the front desk personnel Kazi. He was very helpful. Good hotel a short stay. Nice ambiance. Nice location. Lot of cool stuff to do around.
I stayed at the Hotel Whitcomb for 3 nights and it was average at best. The room I was in was perfectly fine - clean, nice bathroom and comfortable beds - but the WiFi was poor and would stop working at times. The area where...More
1 Thank Camilla C
Response from Kevin V, Manager at Hotel WhitcombResponded 3 days ago
We apologize for the Wifi issues you ecperienced and we appreciate your comments.
I’m not one who easily puts bad reviews out but this time I felt compelled to do so.
I don’t understand the wonderful reviews. I stayed here for 5 nights and the people at the counter were condescending, rude and frankly incompetent. Hotel is way...More
South of Market (SoMa), has an urban and sophisticated vibe, but you're more likely to find big nightclubs and lots of industrial loft residences than you are to find boutique shopping. Although it’s the epicenter for tech startups in the city, visitors will be able to do more than just business - museums, top quality restaurants, and the San Francisco Giants now call this neighbourhood home. Most of its freeway-sized
streets may not capture the same character as other neighbourhoods in the city, but pockets of charm, like South Park, can still be found throughout its side streets.
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The classic trolley cars from all over the world run up and down Market St. They'll take you to the Ferry Building and Fisherman's Wharf on one end and the Castro district on the other. They also run past the connection to... More
The classic trolley cars from all over the world run up and down Market St. They'll take you to the Ferry Building and Fisherman's Wharf on one end and the Castro district on the other. They also run past the connection to the Cable cars. It's a marvelous location.