My husband and I stayed at the Adante Hotel this past weekend for my daughter's swearing-in ceremony at UC Hastings School of Law, and although the price was right for a Friday night stay-over, there were many things that were troubling. The room had no heat or air conditioning unit, so we had to rely on the ceiling fan which we had to restart every two hours. The bathroom light must be on some sort of timer, because it would also come on about every two hours which was very annoying at night when the light would hit us right in the face. Since it was hot in the room, we had to open a window, and there was no screen on it. We were wondering if one of the pigeons would decide to join us in the room. There were bottles of water by the coffee maker which we would be charged for if we had them, but one of them had been opened, refilled with water (we guess) and had an A written on the cap. It was a little scary to wait for the elevator (which sounded like it was on its last legs) and read that any more than three people may cause it to stick.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Adante Hotel is a premier boutique hotel located in the heart of San Francisco, just three blocks from Union Square, cable cars, theatres and world class fine dining. Catering to both business and pleasure travelers, the Adante boasts a residential influence, a romantic setting and deluxe amenities like high speed Internet in every room. The Adante Hotel's 93 guest rooms are charmingly appointed and each is adorned with original hand painted European style murals. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Adante San Francisco
- Adante Hotel San Francisco