|Distance to city center||0.9 mi|
|Nearest Airport||San Francisco|
|Distance to airport||11.0 mi|
|bed was very comfortable||in 20 reviews|
|civic center||in 51 reviews|
|close to the bart||in 50 reviews|
|coffee machine||in 51 reviews|
|electrical outlets||in 31 reviews|
|expensive parking||in 107 reviews|
|great location||in 330 reviews|
|historic hotel||in 399 reviews|
|homeless people||in 106 reviews|
|old school||in 6 reviews|
|public transportation||in 16 reviews|
|san francisco||in 32 reviews|
|small room||in 337 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 214 reviews|
|starbucks in the lobby||in 71 reviews|
|water pressure||in 30 reviews|
The hotel was in a central location, close to everything and easy to get an Uber. The free high-speed internet was definitely a plus.
The bed was very uncomfortable and very disappointing. The hotel was situated in a sketchy party of town. I also saw some staff members get very impatient with someone whose English was clearly not their first language when asking for their last name a few times because they didn't initially understand the question.
The Kayak lists parking as an amenity. This is false. Ended up leaving the hotel immediately after getting my room keys from a jerk at the front desk and learning I could not park anywhere. Even when I attempted to pay for their valet parking which cost over 50% of the value of the room, I was denied service due to the fact that I have a pet in the car (a pet that would have stayed in the car over night). I'm now going through hoops and loops to get a refund (surprise! So far no and later a weak maybe), since the booking was made based on false information on the Kayak listing. Can you guys help facilitate the refund?
Cleaning staff work very hard - rooms are clean
One person in front desk at any time - lineup is long. Staff is abrupt and rude. Neighbourhood is scary and dangerous. No food - only Starbucks, no restaurant (it looks like it went out of business). Key cards needed recoding every day ( huge inconvenience) Do NOT stay here - too expensive and it’s a horrible experience.
It was a room with a bed
No coffee, no water, dark room, noisy hallway, expensive
Don't stay there unless you own a zombie survival vehicle
Staff was friendly and room was clean on the one day I three they actually cleaned it.
Was in the ghetto surrounded by hopeless people with knives who threatened to stab us.
Clean and convenient
Well restored historic building. Room was clean with nice touches of quality. Friendly service
Registration desk/area decor a bit drab and depressing.
Furniture and carpets a bit worn
Booked through priceline, and received a handicapped room
I advise against staying here
No wifi. Gave us a single instead of a double room. Very limited TV channels. Loud...very very loud. Extremely thin walls. I heard the ppl down the hall sneeze as if they were in my room. Staff wasn't very accommodating. Slow and small elevators. Overall, I would never stay here again.
Almost nothing. The lobby was pretty I guess. A few members of the staff made it bearable.
Incredibly rude manager and staff. Had an issue at check in and was met with aggression and condescension. There is literally nothing that makes this hotel stand out. Also watch out for this Kayak contract, you can end up with no room and no refund if you're not careful. Would not recommend, probably won't be booking through this service for a hotel again.
Don't be fooled by online pictures, historic lie
Nothing, I can't even say location because anywhere in SF is easily accessible via taxi.
Dirty room, beds you can feel the springs in, poor customer service. Just because a hotel reports its a historic hotel does not mean room remains outdated and uncomfortable.
Great location but needs improvement
The location is close to restaurants and the mall. Some bathrooms in the rooms were recently renovated.
The bathrooms were small and not very clean. The sheets on one of the beds had blood stains on them. It look a long time to get maid service. The lighting fixtures were dusty. Rooms are overdue for an upgrade. The location is not in the best area of town. There were a lot of homeless people hanging around the hotel.
San Francisco is a popular city for tourists to visit. There are many museums, shops, and eateries here that are world famous. When travelers are ready to find the best place to stay, there have so many options. If they are looking for a historic hotel, the Hotel Whitcomb will be right for them. This historic hotel was once the San Francisco City Hall. It is elegant and charming and gives guests a lot of history while they are staying here. There are 460 rooms in this historic landmark hotel, with 12 suites. The rooms feature WiFi, in-room safe, express check-out, flat-screen television with premium channels, alarm clock, iron, hairdryer, climate control, and a wake-up service. Guests of the Hotel Whitcomb will enjoy the cozy beds, and when they need a little pick me up, there is a Starbucks café on-site. San Francisco is a city with a lot of flair, shopping, and adventure. Guests can venture out into the city and find quite a bit to do while they’re out. The Discovery Museum, Legion of Honor, Aquarium of the Bay, DeYoung Museum, Exploratorium, Children’s Creativity Museum, and the San Francisco MOMA are all nearby. When guests stay here, they get the best of both worlds. They can discover just how much history there is in this building and they will see a charming and elegant room for relaxing and unwinding. The sites in the area are impressive, and guests will want to return to the Hotel Whitcomb again and again.
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