The enviroment of the hotel is generally good, very clean and well-equipted. The problem is that they let me stay in a Japanese traditional style room, which is a very weirdly concepted one. There is even a small zen yard inside the room, which is imposible in Japan. Anyway on its weird Tatami (Japanese floor and bed), the wooden track of the sliding door was not smooth. A thorn stuck in my foot when I was walking inside the room.
I told the staff at the front desk. He said he did feel sorry but didn't offer any actual help. Fortunately a manager-looking guy, whose name was George, found me a squeezer and bandaids... I felt better but couldnt get the thorn out of my foot...
It was a painful and unpleasant experience about a thorn and a weirdly Japanese concept room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With a unique blend of Eastern and Western influences, Hotel Kabuki offers sleek and serene accommodations in the heart of Japantown. Unwind in style. Our rooms offer a refined and serene ambiance and an aesthetic that marries Eastern and Western sensibilities. Some feature luxurious amenities like Japanese-style soaking tubs. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kabuki Hotel San Francisco
- Miyako Hotel San Francisco
- Hotel Kabuki San Francisco
- Kabuki San Francisco