Stayed here during spring break with the family of 4. A bit more trendy than I like, but the wife thought it was very nice. First it's basically a brand new hotel that has been made over from the old Hotel Milano (I think). Once you get off of 5th street there's a chic bar and lobby area. Check in went smoothly as be reserved a Queen Queen room. If you have a party of 4 get the Queen Queen, better than the Double Double. We had a room that overlooked 5th street which is very busy, but the double paned windows kept the noise relatively down as proven by the sleeping kids. Furnishings were cool with art work done up by old 3.5" floppy disks, check it out. Beds were comfortable with nice beddings. No problem sleeping for me. Bathroom had a large walk in shower. Oddities included, why no towel hooks/bars close by the shower door? I don't think I was in an ADA room, so why the hand held shower head that has a hard time directing the shower spray if you're not going to be holding it? All in all the room really was fantastic for the price, and it was located close to Union Square and around the corner from the Nordstrom shopping center, across the street from the BART and Cable car stations, and down the street from the Metreon and Convention center. Some people have had issues with the staff, but I found the staff to be friendly and accommodating, they're trying really hard including getting the front door for you when you come and go from the hotel, don't think there's a full time person maning the door, but when there's someone there they'll get it for you, maybe the valet person doubles as the door person?
Tip: ask for a room that over looks 5th street, but if you really like quiet you can get a room towards the back of the hotel, but not as much of a view. Also, check out the 2-story Pachinko style game in the lobby played with soccer balls, ok you'll have to see it to know what I'm talking about.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In a city of exquisitely edgy contrasts, Hotel Zetta offers a high level of sophistication and service without taking itself too seriously. The vibrant décor and sustainable architecture lend an innovative, creative vibe, while the high-tech conveniences, oversized guestrooms and plush pillow top beds keep things modernand always relaxed. Located in the heart of San Francisco’s famously techy-savvy SoMa district and walking distance to Union Square, Hotel Zetta invites style-seeking travelers and local professionals to work, connect, play and get inspired.Located in the heart of San Francisco’s famously hip SoMa Distict, Hotel Zetta offers 116 fashionable rooms and suites to style-seeking business travelers, culture-seeking out-of-towners and local professionals. Work-hard-play-hard business travelers can customize in-room work spaces with over-sized butcher block desks and a bevy of high-tech conveniences, from Internet-ready Samsung 46” smart TVs with access to apps like Facebook, Twitter and Netflix, to G-LINK™ docking stations that let you wirelessly stream videos from your mobile devices to your TV. Want to escape the bustle of the city without actually leaving the city? Our amenity-rich urban enclaves elevate downtime with down comforters and imported linens atop sumptuous pillow top beds, complimentary Neil George bath and body amenities, and Illy coffee espresso machines. Each room's unique quality is accented with a one-of-a-kind tapestry; a stunning collage of antique Oriental rugs. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Milano Hotel San Francisco
- Hotel Milano San Francisco
- Milano San Francisco