This is a fantastic boutique style hotel and the location was perfect for a tourist trip to San Francisco. The rooms were standard size however they were immaculate and the bathroom huge. We didnt have a view but it really didnt matter - out all day sightseeing anyway. Leopard print fuzzy rooms were provided in the wardrobe and breakfast was brought to the door every day!
This hotel is so central for all main areas of the city and well linked by transport and trams. We took a trip to cross the golden gate bridge and the hotel provided us with a very cool private car to take us to the base for only $10 each.The staff here are wonderful and helped in every respect.
A fantastic touch is 'wine hour' at 5pm...just perfect after a long day walking, a nice relaxing glass of wine/beer in the lounge area! We were also able to make easy reservations at the adjoining Japanese restaurant (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!) through the consierge even during the cities busy period for America's Cup and Oracle conference.
All in all, a great stay... :-)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Harbor Court Hotel, a stunning boutique hotel on the San Francisco waterfront, features unobstructed views of the bay, the Bay Bridge and Treasure Island. The spectacular location is complemented by the hotel's luxurious and stylishly designed rooms. Adjacent to a state-of-the-art YMCA (open to guests), the Harbor Court Hotel is within easy walking of the Ferry Building Marketplace, the Financial District, AT&T Park, the Moscone Convention Center, Union Square and North Beach. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kimpton San Francisco