|Distance to city center||0.3 mi|
|Nearest Airport||San Francisco|
|Distance to airport||11.5 mi|
|attached restaurant||in 68 reviews|
|boutique hotel||in 298 reviews|
|close to tenderloin||in 33 reviews|
|coffee in the lobby||in 111 reviews|
|definitely star||in 53 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 307 reviews|
|great location||in 393 reviews|
|homeless people||in 25 reviews|
|nice lobby||in 114 reviews|
|old building||in 13 reviews|
|resort fee||in 133 reviews|
|room was small||in 151 reviews|
|serrano||in 14 reviews|
|star hotel||in 33 reviews|
|union square||in 303 reviews|
|valet parking||in 81 reviews|
|wine social||in 15 reviews|
nice property, smooth stay
the urban fee is a ripoff
Everyone was very cordial and that is exceedingly important to me.
The lukewarm/cold complimentary coffee served the days I was at the hotel.
Quiet with access to the theater district, Union Square and fine dining
Bathroom a little small
Pretty Old Building, But the Comfort Level is Meh.
I really liked the architecture and our bellhop/concierge (they play double duty) was really nice.
The rooms are small, which I expected from an old building. The mattresses are awful (truly, truly awful), which I din't expect and the price is high for low amenities and low quality. Also, the valet parking is $60/day. When we checked out, they asked how our stay was and I told them the mattresses were really uncomfortable and they just sort of ignored that. They probably hear it all the time. I won't stay there again.
Friendly & helpful staff. Location, and Jaspers as an option for meals & drinks.
A little worn, coffeemaker inroom,
Hotel with Great Atmosphere
The hotel has lots of character, the lobby looks like the lobby of an old movie theater. The room also was furnished in period style, with a nice view. Very conveniently located near Market Street.
I loved it!
I typically stay at a large chain hotel but couldn't get one on a short notice - the price was right and I really enjoyed taking a break from the same large business hotels. The lobby takes you to another place in time and everyone was very friendly. The room was clean and quaint. My colleague was staying at the much larger Hilton right across the street and loved the Serrano when he stopped by. It was a nice break from the usual and well worth it!
Great hotel if fading a bit
This used to be a Kimpton Hotel and still has the cool factor that Kimpton brings to all its properties.
Sadly, maintenance has waned since the hotel was sold to an investment company.
THE OLD DAYS
Rooms were small but clean. Hotel was well kept for its age.
Location is in a difficult side of town. Hidden costs such as a $22.00 tax. We made them take it off. $59.00 for parking we were not told about the cost. Then our account was charged other amounts we had no idea what they were.
great location, okay hotel
Location - excellent, v close to Union Sq/restaurants etc; staff - friendly/helpful
Room - small, low on facilities eg no kettle for tea making; noisy pipes; hotel 'resort charge' of 20+ per day for wifi and coffee station in lobby is bit cheeky for tech capital of the world with over 100+ starbucks in city
Staff were friendly. Lobby was nice. Close to union square. I quite liked te location.
Room wasn't that clean, dust balls and items under the beds. Beds very soft as mattresses were old. Bathrooms looked very tired and were cramped. Wallpaper scuffed up badly. Needed remodel. Also there are a lot of homeless in this area, I got woken up every morning in the early hours with neurotic screaming and shouting from people sleeping outside.
Bed and quietness
Location not the best, but it is San Francisco...
Hotel Spero in San Francisco underwent a renovation in 2018. Guests will still find aspects of the original design along with modern elements. The boutique hotel is pet friendly and it offers 236 guestrooms and suites. The location of the hotel, which is just two blocks away from Union Square, is another reason it has become popular with guests to the city. The size of the rooms and suites at the Hotel Spero vary from 210 square feet to 510 square feet. Some of the popular amenities that guests will find in the room include large flat screen televisions, high-speed Internet access, fine linens and plush pillows, bathrobes, an ironing and iron board, an in-room safe, and a hairdryer. The hotel offers a range of amenities on site. Visitors who are staying at the hotel can enjoy the 24 hour fitness center, Jarvis’ Corner, which is a coworking space, coffee and tea in the lobby from 6:30 am to 10:30 am, bellman service, dry cleaning and laundry services, a complimentary newspaper, valet parking, and 3,000 square feet of event space. In addition, guests will be able to dine at Jasper’s Corner Tap & Kitchen. It is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Guests staying at the boutique hotel will find a large number of other places to dine in the area. Some of these include Farallon, Dottie’s True Blue Café, and The Cavalier. The area is also home to many places that guests might want to explore, such as Gregory Lind Gallery, Robert Koch Gallery, Chinatown, and the Curran Theatre.
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