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Excelente Localização mais o conforto que todo hotel do Grupo Club Quarters oferece(destacando agua filtrada à vontade, computador grátis e a Kitchtenette0
A localização é muito boa.
Do conforto e comodidade dos quartos nao
A equipe era muito simpática e prestativa. O quarto estava limpo e a cama era confortável. Embora estivéssemos na frente do hotel, o barulho da rua era mínimo. Boa TV de tela plana e um bom café no quarto. O quarto era muito pequeno.
Os funcionários foram sempre atenciosos; o chek-in e check-out foram muito rápidos: cheguei no hotel e em menos de 5 minutos estava no meu quarto; o hotel oferece garrafas plásticas e água filtrada gelada à vontade nos andares; a localização é muito boa, perto do Embarcadero Center e a poucas quadras da California Street, onde é possível pegar o Cable Car (bonde) e da Market Street (onde há muitas lojas e é possível pegar ônibus, metrô e os Historic Streetcar (outro tipo de bonde, a chamada F-line) para diversos lugares; o quarto era bom e limpo; fiz algumas compras pedindo para entregar no hotel e eles deixavam tudo que chegava em meu nome no meu quarto, sem problemas ou cobranças; Internet sem fio gratuita funcionando 100%. Achei um pouco chato o fato de não ter café da manhã incluído, mas o preço acabou compensando e, no meu caso, acabei não tendo necessidade do café no hotel, pois o evento que participei oferecia.
Do atendimento por parte do staff, gentil, prestativo.
Quartos limpos Cama era muito pequena e os quartos eram pequenos
Relação qualidade/preço. Localização.
Do quarto, muito confortavel e limpo. E da inetrnet disponivel no living.
As camas eram confortáveis, pequeno ginásio, a comida no restaurante foi saborosos. Chuveiros desatualizado, caros alimentos e serviço de quarto, pequeno ginásio.
A sua localizacao.excelenteeeeeeee O custo da diaria do carro extremamente alta com as taxas,quase mais uma diariaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
Boa Vista. Cama um pouco suave.
Pode ouvir os passos de pé as pessoas acima de mim!
Eu não gosto do tamanho do quarto muito pequeno
paredes finas, podia ouvir crianças chorando 1 am
very clean and central, good hotel for SFO, would recommend it
The location. Walking distance to quite a bit. I did not like that they did not help move bags and that the internet was an additional charge. Printing was an additional fee on tp of the internet fee if someone needed.Also the room faced a brick wall and the rooms were not soundproof.
It was in exactly the location i was looking for
Very clean and modern. Staff friendly and helpful. The location is excellent and within walking distance to many of San Francisco tourist sights. The value was great - especially for a city hotel. The rooms are a little on the small side, but doe the value I would stay here
Right between Chinatown and North Beach. Clean, nicely decorated, friendly staff
We enjoyed our stay at SW Hotel.The staff was most helpful, especially, Jennifer, at the front desk. The Hotel is very handy to all the shops and eateries(internationally) and within walking distance to churches & public transport.During our stay, we walked everywhere....and it was safe and pleasant. n/a
Staff was very friendly.Room was tiny, but given the city it was to be expected. Area of town looks seedy, but never had a problem.
Hotel is in Chinatown, only blocks away from North Beach and a nice (downhill!) walk to Fisherman's Wharf, but the cable car line was close by and provided our return to the hotel. Hotel staff was very friendly and accommodating. Breakfast was continental style (toast, boiled eggs, cereal, coffee). Hotel and room were VERY clean and room was not as small as I thought it would be.
The TV could not be heard well over the street noise- volume was locked at low level.
The room and bathroom were very clean. The price was comparatively attractive. The windows faced a cement wall; felt like I was underground. ** For bare bones travel to downtown SF, the place was okay. The room was drab. The staff turned off the AC daily so the room was hot each day. Walls were thin; could hear neighboring discussions. The bed was unconventionally firm. Lighting was awkward; one ceiling fixture as primary.
The location is by far the best part of this hotel. Will be staying there again every time I travel to San Fran to have a good time. Not a very large room or special hotel for anything other than location.
GREAT location. I thought being in China town would be unpleasant form (simply because I'm from NY and being in a densely populated part of town held no appeal for me - especially since I was traveling on business). But I loved it! And the hotel is situated in the strangest but most fabulous block - it's a cross section between China town and a strip of very authentic Italian/Sicilian restaurants. The best food. I ate VERY well and enjoyed the clash of cultures. The staff was so incredibly nice and professional. Very friendly and accommodated my request with no problem. I liked everything. And I'm someone who hates staying in hotels. But this was really a pleasant stay. Keep in mind that I only stayed one night. But still, it was a great stay.
bom banho edificio muito asntigo , chao barulhento
A localização era exatamente onde queríamos. As imagens apresentadas é muito enganador e não mostrar o tamanho real do quarto.
As paredes eram de branco-hospital. Eles começam as obras às 8 am em uma sexta-feira.
Localização. Sujo, decadente.Por causa de uma informação errada de um funcionário, não pude pegar o "shuttle" para o aeroporto e no lugar de pagar $ 15.00 pelo shuttle, tive que gastar $ 60.00 com o táxi.
Is good location very safe very cheap , bathroom very clean Good Internet connection Room very small smell very bad if you have a allergies don't go there not good for women's or young people sure is not good place for families or children it very noisy , this hotel is weekly pay if you got night or two still you will pay for the all week
Great location great price Shared bath very small room
The staff was helpful It's a hostel. With various junkies walking in and out all day. On my blinds was a giant wad of recently chewed gum, there were also crumbs on my bed sheets
Location was good, lots of food choices nearby. Bit by Bedbugs, Shoebox room- way overpriced.
Small, decent room with your own sink. Common areas and bathrooms / showers cleaned very often. If you think of it like a combination of a hostel, the cot your parents bust out when you visit for the holidays, and couch surfing you'll be good. $50 cash deposit might not be obvious if you book through third-party sites. Rooms definitely have a cleaning product smell, so not a good fit for the chemically sensitive.
The Balmoral hotel is a very basic accommodation option for anyone visiting San Francisco. It is truly central and the neighborhood is very convenient if you need to be close to the financial District/Chinatown. There is a Starbucks half a block away which opens as early as 3:30 AM but does close by 6:30 PM. There are restaurants nearby but the great majority of them close by 8 PM. If you plan to arrive late and have had no dinner do keep in mind that your food options will be limited. Subway which is a half a block away also closes like the rest of the other restaurants. There is a cash refundable deposit required of $50/room-if you happens to be without any cash, there is a HSBC ATM at the corner. In all rooms, a bath towel and hand towel is made available to the guest. They will also provide a roll of new toilet paper per room. Do keep in mind that the facility although being called a hotel, it houses short to long term guest. You will notice that at the “Check-In” process you will be presented with a four page document titled: “Rental Agreement”. The form includes a questionnaire asking if your last place of residence was less than a year-why did you leave the place. The advertised condition of shared bathroom is accurate but make notice that each floor has two toilets and 3 shower rooms per floor. I did not count the number of rooms but by my estimate the ratio is 2 toilets and 3 shower rooms to about 35 to 50 rooms per floor. The first night, there was a toilet plugged with paper and feces so the ratio drops to one toilet in that room. There are other toilets in the remaining floors. There is no toiletries provide (Shampoo and soap)-so don’t get caught without your own if staying at the property. Some rooms will have hard-wood flooring and some will be carpeted. The rooms are small and basic and equipped with a sink-no soap. Some rooms will have windows facing out to the street and some will face small inner court and other rooms. The distance front to front on windows is very close but not close to touch or jump but very close so keep in mind. The clientele is basically broken in three groups: 1) monthly or short term residents (which happen to be living there cause their economic condition won’t allow them to find a proper rental at an affordable price. 2) Some unsuspecting tourist drawn by the low price. It is truly economical when you compared other properties in this expensive destination. Some will be ok with the condition of the property but some may find it not acceptable. Do keep in mind you get what you pay for. I fall under this category and some of my experiences and opinions are based on this bias. My trip was due to a business trip and due to budgetary concerns, This is the property we stayed at. Safety wise I can’t say I felt unsafe but during my two night stay, I did overhear loud voices in the hall way of people loitering. Another night I could make out Marijuana smell-both I have no objection over but you may. I can share with you that I did not use their toilet but instead went to the Starbucks half a block away-they were cleaner! Shower after my trip was over and back at home. 3)The last group of people I could see was young professionals. Very well dressed people sporting apple watches and business casual apparel. I did not speak to any of them but I can imagine the backstory of why they were staying there. Newly college graduate looking for an interview with the financial institutions in the neighborhood who can’t afford another option for housing while in town for interviews.
Their competitors are from third world.