Welcome to Union Square Plaza Hotel, your San Francisco “home away from home.” Union Square Plaza Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to some of San Francisco's most popular landmarks, such as Ghirardelli Square (1.5 mi) and Pier 39 (1.5 mi), Union Square Plaza Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Union Square Plaza Hotel features a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Union Square Plaza Hotel, parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the barbeque restaurants, including Espetus Churrascaria, 4505 Burgers & BBQ, and CatHead's BBQ, all of which are a short distance from Union Square Plaza Hotel.
Should time allow, Lombard Street, Chinatown, and Exploratorium are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Union Square Plaza Hotel puts the best of San Francisco at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Well I didn't expect much. However, the only important thing to me is cleanliness. The room is very old furnished, which is ok with me. But it smells soooo bad. There is no AC and it's impossible to sleep by the open window because it's too noisy outside. But the worst thing is that the bedding was not clean at all there were stains all over. Then i found used towels in the closet. There was no toilet paper. And the neighbourhood is terrible. It's really close to the center but in the night it's not safe at all. There were plenty of homeless and addicts in front of the hotel the whole night.
Walking into the room, you'll immediately hear all the street noise even on the 7th floor. The single pane glass windows don't do anything for the continuous noise until midnight and then starts at 5am again. The continuous police sirens day and night drives you nuts. The rooms also don't have any air conditioning. I felt lucky having a stand alone room fan that helped a little. It was about 80 degrees outside but the room was about 85. I can't imagine hothot the room is in the summer when it's really hot. The bed is lumpy and wasn't level so I slept at an angle. I definitely won't be staying at this place ever again. The coat should be $50 for how crappy it is.
Although the location is very good, very close to union square and nice diner across the street, the sheets were initially dirty with holes. Despite my asking, no change. There was dirty carpet and blankets, hairs in sink and bathtub, dusty and warm room on the 7th floor, no AC. Luckily windows could be opened and a fan brought some fresh air from outside. Will not ho here again.
This place is nasty unsafe and disgusting. The tub was filthy and kept filling up on its own. Could have overfilled our room and the security was sleeping on the job in the most dangerous area of town. Offered no new room or refund after reporting to booking.com
Very noisy room. Furniture has glass tops with sharp corners and edges. Handy location to Fremont Street. Great food. Reservation had a strict no refund rule. Rooms are Spartan bare bones without even wall decorations.
I stayed here during a conference where the price was raised to $240/night. If the price had been quite a bit lower as it might normally be, I probably wouldn't complain much. The location is hard to beat in terms of proximity to Union Square and the Moscone Center, and the front desk staff was friendly. Other reviews have noted that the rooms are dated--and I found that to be true as well. But, my room was clean. The wifi worked, and the rooms were insulated from noise from adjoining rooms. However, there was hardly any noise isolation from the outside. I was on the 6th floor facing Geary Street, and I could hear just about everything going on well into the evening. The heat in my room was also not working until my last night there--and that combined with very thin covers left me pretty cold (though the bed itself was comfortable). When the heat did work, it made a strange noise reminiscent of a dying cat, so I ended up turning it off anyway. One tip for taller or larger travelers: I am 5' 2'', and the shower head was only 2 inches above my head. So if you're much taller than me, you'll be bending down to rinse your hair. You'll also find the bathroom overall to be quite small.…
I was so excited to find this hotel. It was reasonably priced and perfectly located right next to Macys and across from the theatres. The rooms are basic but clean and functional. It's old but that just adds character.
I couldn't even stay one night because of the unpleasant smell of the room, the bed was poorly made when I arrived and in general the hotel is a very ugly place. my mistake because I thought it would be better but there was no way to stay there. I moved to a nearby hotel and my trip to SF was wonderful. Hope they can do something with the smell (6th floor)
I intended to stay at this hotel 2 nights. The hotel is a budget hotel but I found it clean and the bed was fine. The staff at check-in was very helpful and friendly. Unfortunately the street was torn up during the night until after 11 pm. At about 2:30 am the city started power washing the alley right below the rooms. I did not get any sleep that night. I asked the front desk about the issues but there is nothing they can do since it is outside of their control. I am not sure how much of this goes on on a regular basis. The location is fairly noisy in general. But if you can deal with noise and are on a tight budget the hotel is fine to stay at.
This was the most affordable hotel in the Union square area - rooms are outdated and beds are uncomfortable (doesn't matter much since your out and about most of the day) - hotel looks old but i guess its worth what you pay - Bad thing about it is that the housekeeping personal are not to be trusted - they went in and made 1 bed and vacuumed the floor and while they were at it they took some change we had on top of a nightstand (even though we put out the DO NOT DISTURB sign out)