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Hotel Rex

Hotel Rex Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 94-room Union Square boutique, themed after 1920s and '30s literary salons, is a bit quirky, with fairly hands-off service and few amenities. But the tiny quarters are nicely furnished with up-to-date amenities, there's a daily wine hour in the reading-room-style lobby bar, and an on-site bistro offers up well-priced Californian fare.
Hotel Adagio

Hotel Adagio Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This Union Square boutique -- a member of Marriott's Autograph Collection since 2013 -- has 171 up-to-date, well-appointed rooms that deliver the right luxuries -- pillow-top mattresses, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi -- in a stylish package. A fitness center, business center, great service, and an on-site restaurant make this hotel one of the best options in its area and price range.
Hotel Mayflower

Hotel Mayflower Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Mayflower Hotel dates back to 1929 and offers clean, budget-friendly accommodations in an historic building with some modern updates and artsy murals. Some travelers find the property tired-looking, while others consider it charming. It’s a good value for basic rooms and a free breakfast in a convenient downtown location.
Hotel Tomo

Hotel Tomo Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Tomo boasts clean, comfortable, high-tech rooms that are more spacious than those at some San Francisco hotels that charge twice as much. You don't get much in the way of amenities or service, but who cares? This place is about quirky design and quality rooms. It's an excellent value.
Chancellor Hotel on Union Square

Chancellor Hotel on Union Square Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The mid-range, 137-room Chancellor Hotel right off Union Square doesn't have loads of amenities, but for those seeking a great, central location and a bit of boutique charm, it might fit the bill. Rooms are small but clean; decor is modern, but the age of the building does show in places (such as the machine stucco walls). There are a cozy restaurant and bar on-site, and guests are offered free use of a gym and pool a block away. Free drinks and snacks are always on offer in the lobby. All in all, it's an excellent pick given the reasonable price, though it may be worth comparing rates with the nearby Hotel Triton.
Laurel Inn

Laurel Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Spacious, apartment-like rooms, loads of free perks, and basic but stylish decor distinguish the 49-room Laurel Inn. Located in Pacific Heights amid upscale galleries and boutiques but away from the tourist frenzy, it's an ideal spot for long-term visitors or travelers who who don't require a full array of services.
Cova Hotel

Cova Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-sized property has large, modern rooms and a location close to tourist attractions, but the location in the gritty Tenderloin can be a downside for many. (The Cova even runs a shuttle to Union Square, which is only a 15-minute walk away.) Nonetheless, the venue offers budget-friendly value for its amenities, which include a free breakfast at the adjoining bistro. For travelers who feel iffy about the neighborhood, Hotel Fusion is closer to Union Square and has similar rates, while deals can sometimes be found at other properties like the Handlery as well.
Radisson Hotel Fisherman's Wharf

Radisson Hotel Fisherman's Wharf Rating: 3.0 Pearls

With a knockout pool area and direct access from the hotel grounds to the waterfront in Fisherman's Wharf, the Radisson is as family-friendly as a San Francisco hotel gets. The pool will keep kids happy and the convenient location will keep adults sane. And the entire hotel, including all guest rooms, was renovated in 2012.
Hotel Kabuki

Hotel Kabuki Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Off-the-beaten-path in Japantown, the 218-room Hotel Kabuki is a low-key alternative to the crowds and noise of downtown. It's got a serene vibe and traditional Japanese decor highlighted by the in-room soaking tubs. But the rooms are a bit worn, amenities are minimal, and the neighborhood gets quiet early.
Hotel Fusion

Hotel Fusion Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This budget hotel in the Union Square area, on the edge of the sketchy Tenderloin neighborhood, has a lounge and restaurant, and slightly more personality than nearby chain hotels. Rooms are small and look a bit dated, and those above the nightclub are not for light sleepers. It’s worth it to compare prices with nearby three-pearl properties, such as the Handlery Union Square, which at a similar or slightly higher point, has a heated pool.


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