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Reviewed September 29, 2018 via mobile

Been here for 4 nights with a double bed
The room is huge- with another room for kitchen and coffee machines. Breakfast included and also at 5 pm they are serving wine with cheeses and krekers. The stuff are great and the room was cleaned every day. It’s 5 month from union Square and all the shops

Date of stay: September 2018
1  Thank Eranse
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Reviewed September 24, 2018 via mobile

The Beresford Arms like others have stated is adequate. Our room was a junior suite and had a kitchenette to boot. The staff are friendly and helpful. It's handy for Union Square as well as the cable car. The hotel is on the edge of dodge ville so don't turn left as you come out the doors. As with all major cities we explored on our trip, San Francisco has a number of homeless people. Most leave you alone but some can get stroppy. Breakfast is not continental its just melon and some pastries as well as tea or coffee. So what we did was go across street to the convenience store and got cereal and yoghurt and take to our room and then come down in morning for a top up.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
1  Thank LouisePlackett
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Reviewed September 19, 2018

This is a lovely hotel with many pluses, but some minuses! The biggest for us being the lack of aircon! Stayed here last October during a heatwave!!!! We had a room on the top floor ......which was very warm to say the least! 2 fans were available in the room, but made little difference when trying to sleep. On a positive note, this would not be a problem if staying at cooler times of the year. Our room had a kitchenette area, but no plates, cups or kettle, which seemed a little pointless! The man on reception did explain that the hotel was moving over to having coffee makers installed in each room. Hopefully this has happened, but it didn't really help us! The fridge was really useful though for keeping drinks in and bottles of water ( which I used to cool the bed down to sleep!) Breakfast was adequate - juice, hot drinks and danish pastries. Enough to set us up for the day anyway!
Pluses - Our room was big, with comfy beds. We had a jucuzzi bath too which was fun at the end of a long day of walking! There was complimentary wine / juice and nibbles available in the foyer area early evening, which was a nice touch. The guys on reception were very helpful with suggestions for restaurants etc. The location had both plus and minus points. It was good as far as it was close to Union Square and the major transport systems. There was also a very good Italian restaurant only a couple of minutes walk away. Negatives for its location were that it was very close to the Tenderloin area of SF ( as the man on reception says 'Don't turn left!' Unfortunately there are a lot of homeless people wandering around by the hotel and Union Square, who can be quite abusive as you walk along. Whist this didn't bother us so much, I caould see how some people , especially with young families may not like this.....plus there was the rather unpleasant smell of urine in the street! Would I stay here again? Probably as the hotel did have an old world charm........or I would probably try a hotel nearer to Fisherman's wharf!

Date of stay: October 2017
2  Thank Julie F
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Reviewed September 17, 2018

This is an old hotel but a fine one, and we've stayed here several times. The location is unbeatable. Our "junior suite" included a separate kitchenette with microwave, refrigerator, sink and full stove. How nice to be able to sit at an actual kitchen table in the morning! The bathroom is huge and includes a bidet.

Date of stay: August 2018
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Reviewed September 15, 2018

Hotel is conveniently located close to Uinion Square which allows you to walk there and then decide to take a bus or cable car around. Didn’t realize it was so old, but elegant in its own way. The room was pretty large..I’m pretty sure We had booked a King bed, but ended up with 2 queens beds which was not a big deal. Our room was on the 6th floor which is only 3 above street level and faced Post street. The windows are pretty old and although we kept them closed, it was noisy at night. You could hear everything from garbage trucks, people refusing or talking loudly and fire engines. The bathroom was a large one, but the fixtures were old and very low. The toilet, the bidet and even the twin sinks and Nd I’m not that tall. The staff was always friendly and very helpful in suggesting things to do or places to eat. The afternoon wine hour was a pleasant surprise and had a minimal choice of cheese and crackers which was served in the lobby. Breakfast was okay. It was always muffins, mini croissants, scones and melon. Again this was served in the lobby, so it was difficult to eat on low chairs and tables, but they tried. If you stay here, make sure to ask for a room higher up and in the back.

Room tip: Ask for a room higher than the 6th for...the lobby is 3.
Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank pycastoria
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