I have never bothered to write a review of a hotel before, and now, four months after our stay, I still wanted to take the time to review the Inn at Union Square. That says something in and of itself. We stayed in August for a small segment of our honeymoon, which I noted when I booked the room. When we arrived we'd been expected and were excitedly greeted by the woman at the front desk when we gave our name. They gave us a room upgrade and had champagne chilling when we got upstairs. They went out of their way to welcome us in a way you won't find at the big corporate downtown hotels.
The innkeeper (I want to say his name is Walter but I can't remember) escorted us to our room and was a WEALTH of info the entire time, as it was our first visit to S.F. He told us where to eat, drink, and how to get there--he know everything. He also hosted the evening wine and cheese gatherings, which really make this place special because you get to know strangers from all over the world and sit around a diverse group laughing and enjoying good wine before heading out for dinner. Our suite was cozy and quiet on the fourth floor and we enjoyed the breakfast and of course free wi-if. Very charming and unique boutique hotel that has sold me on the concept. I will never bother with another hotel when I visit San Francisco again, which I hope to do soon. Stop looking and book it already.