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It's amazing. The property is beautiful. The location is prime. Even better that, the people are nice. I met their manager, Dennis and he made our trip memorable. It's not my first time in San Francisco but he pointed me to places where the LOCALS...More
The University Club has a fantastic location! Right near Top of the Mark, super quick downhill walk to Union Square, able to walk to the Ferry Building, Embarcadero, Fisherman's Wharf, etc. So many wonderful restaurants and bars nearby.
And the Club has it's own restaurant...More
Big birthday bash over the weekend. While the space was quite lovely, the food was grossly underestimated and not all guests had food to eat. It was also too HOT, especially when everyone is dressed up. Could and should do a much better job for...More
The building is very beautiful. The bar on top is very nice and there is a wonderful view from there.
The staff is very friendly and the rooms are clean even if a little old. The position of the hotel is ok too.
We stayed two nights at this Club in the heart of San Francisco. Our room was spacious but the bathroom floor had not been cleaned, no towels and some of the lights didn't work. A comfortable bed was the only positive experience. Breakfast was a...More
$267 - $372 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#53 Luxury Hotel in San Francisco
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