Hotel G San Francisco
What We Love
- Just one block from Union Square shopping, theaters, restaurants and bars
- Three on-site restaurants all offer top-notch dishes
- Local artwork displayed around the hotel is for sale
What To Know
- The building was originally home to The Fielding Hotel, where poet Robert Peterson spent his childhood
- The area can get a bit loud at night; so request an interior room to avoid noise
- Valet parking is available for a fee
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
The hip Hotel G, opened in a 1908 building that once housed the famous Fielding Hotel, has all the trappings of a stylish San Fran stay. With a clean, smart design, local artwork and original historic features, this laid-back hotel sports a home-away-from-home vibe in the city’s trendy Union Square neighborhood. Guestrooms are done up in a muted color palette and feel sophisticated thanks to tufted grey headboards, soft Mascioni sheets and hand-dyed rugs, while quirky touches like yellow California-shaped accent pillows and Tivoli radios keep things light and playful. And all the mod cons are here, too (think: smart TVs and iPod docking stations). When hunger strikes, choose from three on-site restaurants: Klyde Café & Wine Bar for American bistro fare, 398 Brasserie for Euro-American dishes and Benjamin Cooper for the oyster bar and seasonal craft cocktails.
In the Area
Hotel G is a few blocks from San Francisco’s Union Square, which makes getting around the city a breeze, and the in-the-know staff can offer great recommendations for the city’s must-sees. We suggest visiting Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf, all just steps away. Don’t miss upscale restaurants like Eno Wine Bar for cheese and charcuterie plates with a glass of red, or Colibri Mexican Bistro for handmade tortillas and guac; it also has an excellent brunch menu.
How to Get There
My family and I were on the last part of our extremely fun filled vacation. A comfortable bed and great shower was important. I would highly recommend Hotel G because of those features but it was also clean and centrally located!
I was turned on to this hotel by a childhood friend who owns a marketing firm and has lived in SF over 20 years. There is a ground floor restaurant and the rooms are spacious with refrigerator and dock for your iPod. The location is in walking distance to the Hilton (where I attend a conference annually) and Union Square. Price was more affordable than Hilton.
The locations is perfect. Close to everything. The restaurant was close, so you need to look for breakfast and quick meals. However, there are plenty of options around. The guys from the front door are amazing. Always helping and with good tips!
Fourth of July trip. Great location close to Union Square. Very cool historic hotel eithcontemporary/mordern decor. Room was perfecr with big shower and very comfortable bedding. Right in the center of downtown SF. Great experience overall.
We had a great stay here. Rooms are small and there is a lot of street noise but not enough to keep you up and we were tired from exploring the city so it didn't affect us much. The staff was really friendly and attentive.