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I was choosing between hotel Baldwin next to Chinatown gates where we stayed before and Vertigo. Went for something new (and better priced!) and was very glad.
The design is very refreshing (loved the 'crocodile skin' tiles), the room was clean, and quieter than at...More
I recently stayed at the Hotel Vertigo for a 3 nights after my conference concluded. I had a 2 double bed room on the 2nd floor. The hotel was well managed and maintained, the room was adequate and both my friend and I had comfortable...More
We stayed here for 2 nights and were not disappointed. It's a great little hotel close enough to walk to union square and if you're feeling energetic you can walk all the way to Fisherman's Wharf without too much trouble. The rooms are a good...More
We stayed in a king room for 2 nights and loved it. The hotel is themed around orange and white but very tastefully done. The room was huge with a walk in wardrobe which lit when you opened doors. Location is great - 5 min...More
Hotel recently redone. gorgeous rooms. comfy beds and clean. very quiet. not far from powell street where cable cars run. walked there daily with a 6 year old in tow. friendly staff. if you've never been to san fran you need to know parking is...More
Hi, It may depend on your travel agency but for us, we did not pay any additional tax, having booked from our French travel agency. Actually in west California, the only place where we paid extra hotel taxes was in Las... More
Hi, It may depend on your travel agency but for us, we did not pay any additional tax, having booked from our French travel agency. Actually in west California, the only place where we paid extra hotel taxes was in Las Vegas...