Hotels >JDV Galleria Park Hotel
I really haven't stayed there yet, but it seems like they are prejudice to who they want their clients to be. I was given a free one weekend night stay at this hotel from my work and it turns out that i will never be able to use it. I won this certificate fair and square at one of my work events...they say that it would be hassle free, but once we called, the first thing we did was ask if they had any availabilities...the gal that picked up the phones told me that they had vacancies. Then i porceeded to tell her that i had a certificate and then she said that she would have to put us on hold...She came back (mostly likey after asking her boss who prompted her to tell me) "sorry you have to book the reservation in advance". So then i asked about the following night....she replies with "i'm sorry, but we are REALLY busy". i asked her how many days in advance we would have to book the reservation, and she doesn't have an answer for us??? I don't know but there is something shady going on down there...
well, that's my 2 cents!
We went last year in for Labor Day weekend great location got a terrific rate on priceline when we checked in we were spoken to like 2nd class citizens when they saw the reservations were made through priceline.
However the decor is very trendy, the room and bathroom was small but it was very nicely done. We did not participate in the wine service each evening but did take a walk outside to the courtyard really like this setting.
If you can ask for a room on a higher floor I would recommend it as you are right on a main street and can hear the traffic.
Location And Comfort. Stayed here for about 2 weeks don't ask. Came to the conclusion that i would stay here again. The rooms are nice and the service was excellent.
Such a place you will not to leave.
Galleria Park is the hotel I recommend for people who want to stay in San Francisco. Decently sized and clean room. Quiet surrounded area.
Attentive and friendly service. Own Private Parking. Complimentary Internet & Wi-Fi access availability. Complimentary evening wine. Historic Cable Car turn-around on Powell Street, two blocks from the gates of Chinatown, and four blocks to the Moscone Convention Center, SF MOMA & Yerba Buena Gardens. Financial District, Museum of Modern Art is also close.
Excellent accomodations. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the Galleria Park. The staff was courteous and the hotel was clean and well decorated. The concierge recommended a nice place to eat. Perry's downstairs was convenient but not very good. The hotels location made it easy to walk just about anywhere we wanted to go. The valet was a little slow and fairly expensive. Love the complimentary wine hour!!!
Eclectic style for savvy travelers..
The predecessor to this smart little hostelry was the landmark Sutter Hotel, which opened its doors in 1911. In 1984, the property was re-created in the hands of developer Bill Kimpton and interior designer Nan Rosenblatt. With a crystal skylight, etched glass and sculpted fireplace, the lobby reflects an art nouveau vision. Further renovations took place in 1996 and 2006, upgrading the rooms with flat-screen TVs and pillow-top mattresses; the service with a doorman and concierge; and restoring the lobby to a '40s look.
Guest rooms are small but exceptionally attractive, with yellow-striped wall coverings and Frette linens. Suites are well-designed in soothing colors, and feature Jacuzzis and fireplaces. Notable amenities include a short outdoor jogging track, well-appointed conference rooms and two restaurants: Brasserie Chambord and Perry's Downtown. A nightly wine reception typifies the kind of personal service to be found here.
Downtown hotel delivers on MOST accounts. We chose this hotel after seeing its central Financial District location, proximity to the BART, reading online reviews, and comparing prices. The hotel delivers on many accounts, however, you might find a few of the rooms with a broken A/C unit or tv (and watch out for the elevators!). Overall, the staff was friendly, but we had to go to mgmt to fix our problem as the front desk was unaccomodating. The hotel is slowly updating their rooms, working down from the 8th floor, but we had no noise problems (and the model looked good). We utilized the 2 computers downstairs, as well as the evening wine. Also, Perry's Restaurant next door was great! I would stay there again (as long as I could stay away from that certain desk clerk).
Great Hotel at Sutter and Kearney. Galleria Park is the hotel I recommend for people who want to stay in Downtown San Francisco. It is just a few short blocks from great shopping on Union Square. It's also close to the Financial District, Museum of Modern Art, and Moscone Convention Center. No other hotel group comes close to The Kimpton Group when it comes to providing quality, boutique hotels that all have a good restaurant on the premises. Galleria Park is one of The Kimpton Group's crown jewels. The staff is very friendly and the prices are reasonable.
GREAT value. For $99 a night, we got a decently sized and clean room, FREE coffee and tea in the morning, FREE wine before dinner, FREE internet access in their business center, and very attentive and friendly service in a safe and quiet surrounding area. A welcome rarity. The decor was reminiscent of the Overlook hotel in the Shining, but if you're just there to sleep and drink, who cares?!
Amazing deal. I was delighted with this hotel. The service was friendly and attentive. We were upgraded to a park suite which was HUGE. Feels like a bed and breakfast in the middle of downtown SF. They even do free wine each night in the lobby.
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