A stay at Nob Hill Hotel places you in the heart of San Francisco, minutes from Lorraine Hansberry Theatre and close to Union Square. This hotel is close to Lombard Street and Fisherman's Wharf.
Make yourself at home in one of the 54 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and coffee/tea makers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy the recreation opportunities such as a fitness center or make use of other amenities including concierge services.
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves lunch and dinner, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours).
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff.
I loved my room and the cleanliness. When I checked in a nice clean room with two beds that I booked were ready for me. The hotel's location was good for me for all of the things I wanted to see from Lombard Street, to Lands end, Pier 39, and other places I wanted to see were within a 5-15 minute drive from the hotel. There was a decent, filling breakfast that I had before I left in the morning. I did not pay for that as part of my stay abut it was nice that I was able to enjoy it. The check in and check out process was quick and easy. A little tip is that there is a parking garage at the intersection of bush and polk (only one block down) that offers cheaper parking than this hotel's valet. If you get your car parked in there a little past 9pm then get your car out before 8am so that your bill is only $6. Overall it was a great stay but If I ever go to SF again with my car I will definitely try to make sure the hotel has its only parking b/c it can be expensive to pay to park near your hotel on top of parking to see sights around the city.
The biggest complaint I have is that the hotel claims to have parking but its actually valet parking that is anywhere from $26-$40 a night depending on the size of your car. I stayed there from Dec 30-31 and the room was freezing. I had a thin blanket which was not really sufficient. There wasn't much a view but it was not that big of a deal to me as I was there to see sights not sit and look out of my window. The staff was so so. I went to the front desk to ask about parking and that is when I was told that they had valet and no actual parking lot for guests to come and go as they please. Then I asked them about other parking garages around and they were not too helpful. In helping me finding alternatives.
lovely hotel, beautifully decorated: restored Victorian decorations, private bathroom, breakfast and wifi included, convenient location. We easily walked home after seeing the fireworks at Embarcadero.
right after checking in, we walked to tourist info and unwittingly walked right through Tenderloin, which is only one block south. Luckily it was during the day, so it was ok, but we passed at least 5 people who looked strung out. The other times we walked to the hotel, we avoided Tenderloin and it was fine.
Simple hotel, but very well kept, in a quintessential SF neighborhood, and incredible value for money
Room was a bit small and decor a bit quaint, but it is the style of the place
Let me be the one to complain about a free breakfast.
Decor Beds Bathrooms Staff Location Price
A little hot, but there was a fan in the room A bit small, but I've had worse
Location, staff, quiet and old world charm of Hotel
Pros: King room has a nice comfortable bed, good interior decoration but old fashioned, staff is okay Cons: keys often dysfunctioning and door hard to open, breakfast is only some bread and orange juice and cereal
The interior decoration was just gorgeous and so luxurious! Loved the big tub!
The lobby has been updated and is very cute.
The parking rate is ridiculous. The caulking in the bathroom had mold growing. There were hairs in the mattress protector. The room was very stuffy and had an odd odor. We showed up to our window open and left it that way our entire stay. There is no room service...you even have to go down to the lobby for towels. The elevator would get stuck a few feet from our floor so we'd have to ride up to the 6th floor then come back to the 5th until it made it to our floor completely. The room was MUCH smaller than the photos imply. We literally had to side step between the footboard of the bed and the wall to get to the other side of the bed. All in all, I got our room at a discounted price of $85 a night through kayak. Had I paid full price at $140 per night, we would have left upon entering the room. It's survivable if you'll only be in your room for sleep...but it's even a struggle getting ready in the morning in such tight spaces.
I picked Nob Hill Hotel because it was very inexpensive and just a couple of blocks from the venue for a conference I was attending. I wasn't disappointed. It was clean, amenities were good enough, and staff was polite. Complementary wine in the lobby was a nice touch. I'll probably stay there again if I have more conferences in the neighborhood.
It's a very old building. The room was tiny - tiny enough that the sink is in the bedroom rather than the bathroom, and there's no chair to sit in. The elevator is an old-style grated door thing that can be hard to get in and out of with luggage. But to be fair, what they had was well-maintained.
The entire atmosphere was so cute and very much SF.
The room was a bit small
The room was really charming. Feeling like a page out of the past ... Art Deco? Loved the people paintings, including the nude over the toilet. Delightful!
The walk back to the hotel at night passes people sleeping on the sidewalk (sad) and a number of obvious, but somewhat discrete, "ladies of the night."
Sketchy neighborhood, tiny rooms, mildewed carpets & bathroom fixtures, no doorman to assist with luggage. Will not stay here again.
the price, the interior decorating
very noisy, hot (no AC), tiny room, horrible breakfast
could not get channel 12. Wanted to watch the World Series
room was old, funky, but charming
The room was charming and spotless. The bed was very comfortable. The location is great, even though it is in the Tenderloin. Perfectly safe. My room looked out over private gardens in the back. Very pleasant.
The breakfast was not sufficient for this hotel.