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
Stay in a secure, well located and very comfortable hotel. Staff are friendly and efficient and you are in the centre of san Francisco. The bathrooms are generous. The TV screen is well located and big enough. Like that they are trying to reduce their carbon footprint.
부띠크 호텔처럼 예쁘고 청결합니다. 위치도 유니온스퀘어 바로 옆이라 접근성이 좋습니다.
다만 길가에 위치해 있어 밤에 조금 시끄럽고, 복도와 엘리베이터 소음이 밤새 들립니다.
잘 때 소음에 예민하신 분들은 불편할 것 같네요.
Very clean and well designed hotel room.
But noisy through whole night ; outside street, E/V and corridor's noise.
Hotel is nice, clean, modern. Where they stick you is on the $57 valet parking, that's if your car is normal size. It's over $75 if you have an oversized car. Then, be prepared to be one of the lonely couples standing in the entry waiting for 45 minutes to an hour for your car to be brought around after you call for it. I was told 20 minutes upon check-in. That's a huge difference in time when you are heading to the airport. If you've got a car, don't stay here.
The hotel is conveniently located and I appreciate that the inside is super-clean, althogh it is an antique building. Many reviewers pointed out great noise from outside and other rooms and, infact, it sounded. My room was at lower level street-side and the noise was bothering, however, the vitality of the city was inspiring for me. The amenity including plenty re-fill of Nespresso was pleasant and the staff was generous and kind for me. Over all, the hotel is good enough for the price.
Stayed for 4 nights and had a great time. Very stylish design and room was very sizeable for a central location.
Bed and pillows were very comfortable. Had a very good nights sleep.
Seating area was comfortable.
Perhaps lacked a little in hanging space but the room had all the amenities needed.
Bathroom was also large and well stocked.
Great location for shops such as Macy’s etc.
They provided a box of water on arrival but the charge for another was rather steep.
Great staff and fab bar with very good cocktails.