The Inn at Union Square has fireside parlors where wine, cheese, and dried fruits are served at the end of the day, and a particularly generous continental breakfast comes with newspapers in the morning.
The gold-and-red rooms have high ceilings and fresh flowers. Floor-to-ceiling drapes shut out the city, and windows open if you’d rather let it in. Friendly staff will direct you to the nearby fitness center or the cable car stop outside the hotel where you can avoid the crowds waiting at the bottom of Powell Street.
Calm in the fabulous storm of San Francisco
Fresh-baked cookies are offered at the end of the day.
Evening wine and cheese and a generous continental breakfast. Steps from San Francisco’s huge variety of restaurants, from noodle shops to gastronomic splendors.
High-speed wireless and a meeting room for up to 15 that doesn’t sacrifice design or comfort.
The Inn at Union Square is a half block off of Union Square, in the middle of upscale shopping, and one block from the Curran Theatre. SFMOMA, the Embarcadero and the Ferry Building are within walking distance, and the War Memorial Opera House, Davies Symphony Hall and Giants games at AT & T park are a short cab ride away.