Union Square Hotels
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Campton Place Taj Hotel

Campton Place Taj Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This luxurious, 110-room boutique one block from Union Square is an enclave of posh rooms and pampering service in a dense city. There aren't many features here -- just a gym and a small business center -- but its top-notch service and luxe room amenities make it one of the city's most special hotels.

Sir Francis Drake

Sir Francis Drake Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Sir Francis Drake attracts both business and leisure travelers with its great location close to Union Square and public transportation (including the cable car that runs right outside the hotel). But the business traveler might be slightly disappointed with the amenities: The business center and fitness center are both minimally equipped and Wi-Fi comes at a cost to everyone except Kimpton loyalty program members. There are, however, ample meeting rooms for groups. Staying at a Kimpton hotel does have several perks, including free coffee and tea in the lobby each morning and a free wine happy hour in the evenings. The hotel is also pet-friendly, with no extra costs and no size or weight restrictions. The hotel is one of the oldest in the area and takes pride in its history, but the property nonetheless feels modern with its clean, quiet, and comfortable guest rooms (each features a work space). Interior rooms on the lower floors are the quietest, but rooms in the Towers offer the best views.

Clift

Clift Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Known for its Redwood Room bar, the Clift's hip scene is typical of the Morgans Hotel Group, which bought the historic hotel from Four Seasons and reopened it in 2001 after a makeover by Philippe Starck and Ian Schrager (the latter of Studio 54 fame). The lobby and the 350 small but comfortable rooms are short on amenities but high on scene and style.

Hotel Nikko San Francisco

Hotel Nikko San Francisco Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale Hotel Nikko looks and feels more like a boutique hotel than the mid-size chain it actually is. Room renovations in 2012 brought upgrades to the cultivated Japanese-luxe image, including bathroom improvements. Though the hotel's multiple conference rooms, stylish suites, and on-site UPS store make it an obvious draw for business travelers, the Union Square location, indoor lap pool, and sushi bar appeal to tourists as well, though small children might be happier elsewhere. Watch out for added charges tacked on to use Wi-Fi, the international breakfast buffet, and more -- though these are covered for guests who book an Imperial Club Room or Imperial Suite.

Parc 55

Parc 55 Rating: 4.0 Pearls

After its 2009 renovations, the big, bustling, 1,010-room Parc 55 hotel has some great, modern touches -- big HD flat-screens, an extensive contemporary art collection, and top-notch equipment in the fitness center. It's a fine choice for Union Square, four blocks from the theaters and fashion boutiques, but the nearby Marriott and Hilton hotels are both very comparable.

Hotel Monaco

Hotel Monaco Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This stylish boutique hotel is one of the best upscale options near Union Square. It's not the cheapest option in this pearl category (the nearby Clift and Hotel Nikko often have lower rates), but many guests will prefer it for its fun, eclectic decor and thoughtful freebies. The rooms are on the small side but have comfortable beds, quirky-yet-elegant style, and modern technology. The lobby and "living room" are great places to hang out, especially for the free wine receptions and morning coffee.

The Westin St. Francis on Union Square

The Westin St. Francis on Union Square Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The St. Francis combines the history, decor, and traditions of a turn-of-the-20th-century grand old dame with the amenities, modernity, and corporate-dominated clientele of a large chain property. If you find a better deal at the similarly priced Palace or Meridien -- also business-oriented Starwoods -- go with one of those. If not, the Westin is a perfectly pleasant option.

Hilton San Francisco Union Square

Hilton San Francisco Union Square Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With 1,908 rooms and meeting space galore, this is the largest hotel in town. Business features are impressive, the restaurant is surprisingly nice, and the gym is well equipped. But rooms vary from impressive to so-so. Crowds of convention goers and business travelers make it difficult to find peace and quiet, or to get help without waiting in a long line.

Grand Hyatt San Francisco

Grand Hyatt San Francisco Rating: 4.0 Pearls

After completing renovations in 2013, this 660-room Grand Hyatt is now stylish as well as comfortable -- and there’s free Wi-Fi with on-site eating options. A popular Union Square location and plenty of space for both meetings and events makes this four-pearl property an ideal choice for tourists and corporate travelers alike. Rooms at the nearby Parc 55 are often cheaper, but the venue doesn’t have the Hyatt’s array of business amenities.

San Francisco Marriott Union Square

San Francisco Marriott Union Square Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Near the designer shops and theaters in Union Square, the 400-room San Francisco Marriott reopened after renovations in 2009 to show off new guest rooms and a new fitness center. It can be a great deal, especially when it's compared to the two other Marriotts in Union Square, but unlike many mid-range hotels, there is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi.

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
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  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Hilton
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