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|"Everything clean, staff very friendly"||(in 224 reviews)|
|"Location perfect , super friendly staff."||(in 307 reviews)|
|"Amazing location, clean and comfortable room!"||(in 181 reviews)|
|"small room, no air condition"||(in 97 reviews)|
|"Water pressure in shower was terrible."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"The ceiling fan made things manageable."||(in 12 reviews)|
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Cheap but great location
Awesome location, close to everything with the tram stop right outside and shopping only minutes away.
Rooms were dated and they get hot, no aircon either
Everything’s great. Clean, cozy, friendly employees. Great location. Loved it.
the facilities and staff were very nice
room was a bit cramped, breakfast overpriced
The location is perfect.
The hotel is conveniently located near a Starbucks, a walgreens and union square. It is quite Central and you can get the iconic cable car ride on the corner of the street. The staff was extremely friendly, the room was spotless and the cleaning and tidying were done every day to the minimal details. The bed and pillows were amazingly comfortable! They made us wish we could sleep more. Great space for a couple with little luggage and aiming to sightsee more than to stay in the room.
The rooms are a bit small. If you are bringing luggage which is bigger than a carry-on you would likely trip on it or it would be in your way. There's some street noise (we could hear buskers from union square all the way on our room on the 2nd floor), and the walls are thin. If your neighbors wake up early and you are a light sleeper it might bother you a bit.
Built for the Panama Pacific International Exposition of 1915, San Francisco Hotels’ Chancellor Hotel on Union Square stood as the tallest building in the city. With the memory of the great earthquake of 1906 still fresh, the original contractor went broke designing the hotel to withstand even the strongest quakes. When Isador Rosenberg swooped in and saved it from abandonment, the hotel was turned into a family-owned and operated business and a staple of Union Square.
The Chancellor Hotel features 137 luxurious and historic rooms and two suites. Contemporary decor and lavish furnishings provide ample comfort and are paired with a 32” flat-screen TV, free HBO, mini-fridge, in-room safe, and an over-sized bathtub. Each boutique room is sized to fit two people comfortably and is cooled by San Francisco’s fresh air and a ceiling fan.
Hotel guests will wake up to a multi-station American Breakfast Buffet stocked with all one could want in the morning. Eggs, bacon, sausage, bread and pastries, and a pancake maker are filling fare before trekking out to explore sunny San Francisco.
Travelers are steps away from San Francisco’s Union Square and the district’s renowned shops, eateries, art galleries, nightclubs, and lounges. Historic sites like Alcatraz Island and the Golden Gate Bridge are within reach, as is the city’s cable car system, Chinatown, North Beach, and Yerba Buena Gardens.
A historic staple of Union Square, The Chancellor Hotel is an iconic piece of San Francisco that provides guests with maximum comfort and convenience.
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Most popular landmarks
- Grace Cathedral 0.3 mi
- Cable Car Museum 0.5 mi
- Museum of Modern Art 0.5 mi
- Asian Art Museum 0.7 mi
- Exploratorium 1 mi
- Lombard Street 1.1 mi