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Stayed here while at a trade show. Had most everything I could want Comfortable bed.Quiet room. Decent TV. Adequate workspace.Good WiFi.
A few pluses - the firepits outside in front of comfortable sofas, the decent bar with a great selection for Happy Hour. They had...More
Beautiful hotel, friendly service, and the best location! ❤️ Hotel staff was ready and willing to help anyone with anything, and with a smile! My husband and I would definitely return to this hotel...hopefully soon!
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Response from ncarls0n, General Manager at Hotel Zoe Fisherman's WharfResponded August 5, 2017
Thank you for the 5 star review! Come back and see us again soon.
We stayed here 3 nights on the first part of our honeymoon. Great location for exploring the city, with Fishermans Wharf only a few minutes walk and the tram start just around the block. Hotel and rooms were very modern and we received a honeymoon...More
"Urban utility fee" is what they charge at the end of your stay $25 a night, cost us $116 for four nights, this was not mentioned at the start of the stay, the clincher folks is that this was for wifi,coffee,gym & a pitcher of...More
I came down to San Fran with my best friend for three days and got the parking package for the three days we were down there. The place is amazing and beautiful the staff was incredible. We didn't get there till about 11:40 am and...More
Packed with family-friendly entertainment, quality hotels, and good food, there's something for everyone at Fisherman's Wharf. From street performers and historic cable cars to art galleries and museums, a postcard-worthy photo is available on every corner. Bring your appetite: seafood lovers will be rewarded with Dungeness crab and sourdough bread bowls, while Ghirardelli Square will satiate anyone's sweet tooth
after a day at Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Don't forget to say hello to the adorable sea lions that make this neighborhood a true San Francisco treat.
Response from Dazzer6666 | Reviewed this property |
Taxes are normal, but the ‘facility’ or ‘resort’ fee, whatever the hotel suggest in their replies, is not charged at anything like all hotels in SF. It’s a rip-off. They should add $25 to their room rate so there is a... More
Taxes are normal, but the ‘facility’ or ‘resort’ fee, whatever the hotel suggest in their replies, is not charged at anything like all hotels in SF. It’s a rip-off. They should add $25 to their room rate so there is a sensible comparison with other hotels. It’s not a bad hotel, but to try to suggest it covers coffee (most other hotels have this in-room) and the fitness centre (also free in most hotels) is rubbish. One small glass of cheap Rose per stay hardly justifies it !
Response from mertzmaher | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, didn't park/drive. This hotel was so conveniently located that we walked to most sites/restaurants and took an uber to those we thought were too far away. Parking all over San Francisco is expensive, especially at... More
Sorry, didn't park/drive. This hotel was so conveniently located that we walked to most sites/restaurants and took an uber to those we thought were too far away. Parking all over San Francisco is expensive, especially at hotels, and in limited supply so we flew from L.A. instead of driving. The cheap flight was less than parking!