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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 Zetta San Francisco

Hotel Zetta San Francisco Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 116-room upscale Hotel Zetta San Francisco offers a uniquely crafted hip refuge that’s close to Union Square, with a decor of cool repurposed furnishings, a funky recreational room with games, a TV lounge, an on-site restaurant and lobby bar, a state-of-the-art fitness center, stylish conference rooms, and a Mac computer corner. Sleek, industrial rooms offer flat-screen TVs, and illy espresso makers. Rooms can get noisy from street traffic and neighboring guests; some parts of the area look seedy. Guests might also want to check out The Scarlet Huntington hotel.
W San Francisco

W San Francisco Rating: 4.0 Pearls

An outpost of the generally solid "lifestyle"-focused chain, the W San Francisco in the SoMa art district offers clean, airy rooms, and above-average amenities in a whimsical, stylish setting. But despite efforts to seem boutique-y, the W is still a big, national chain at the end of the day, and the approach is less about personal touches than overall atmosphere.
Le Meridien San Francisco

Le Meridien San Francisco Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This Starwood means business. With classy, spacious meeting rooms, a happening lobby bar, and a location in the heart of the Financial District, the Meridien caters primarily to individual and small-group corporate travelers. But its stylish, well-appointed rooms, some with panoramic views, make it a good luxury option for tourists as well.
Hotel Diva

Hotel Diva Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Part of the Personality Hotels chain, this boutique property attracts tourists and business travelers with its cool vibe, as well as its central location near public transportation, restaurants, and shops (however, it is also close to the Tenderloin, which is one of the city's seedier areas). A handful of guest lounges scattered throughout the hotel are a particular highlight, with their hip decor that leans toward a '60s aesthetic. Fun touches extend to the rooms, which are small (with even smaller bathrooms). Many guests have commented positively on the rooms' cool decor, cleanliness, and comfortable beds, but have been unimpressed by their small size.
Hotel Union Square

Hotel Union Square Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 131-room Hotel Union Square is a modern, streamlined hotel in a historic building in the heart of San Francisco's Union Square. Popular with guests seeking a central location, this property has cozy, sometimes small rooms with coffeemakers and flat-screen TVs. There is a cable car line directly in front of the hotel and perks include an afternoon happy hour with free wine and free morning coffee. Wi-Fi is free, but some guests have complained about weak soundproofing and dark, interior-facing rooms.
Phoenix Hotel

Phoenix Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Famous for A-list rocker guests and an artsy, cool vibe, this one-of-a-kind, converted 44-room motel may have seedy Tenderloin District surroundings and bare-bones rooms, but the unique, SoCal-style courtyard pool and happening on-site nightlife keep the hip crowd happy.


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