Rooms are very clean and comfortable, but you had only a tiny bit of space - a problem if you have a lot of luggage. We only had large backpacks and felt cramped. However, the size of neither the bed nor the bathroom suffers from this lack of space. The bathroom actually felt proportionally large compared the the room itself.
We had a room facing the back, which faces other buildings with courtyards, so it has the potential of being noisy in the even of parties, but we had no such issues during our stay.
Staff was professional, well-informed, and friendly. You would expect them to get jaded about the whole film history, but they were proud and happy to share all they knew about it.
The best thing about the hotel for us was the location - you can walk to all parts downtown easily enough.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Vertigo is a 102-room boutique hotel that is renowned for its simplicity and admired for its unique character. Recently renovated, this non-smoking hotel playfully feeds off the Hitchcock's classic movie, "Vertigo." With rich wood furnishings highlighted with cream and orange accents, it is well suited for vacationers, families, and business travellers alike.Situated in the lower Nob Hill pocket of downtown San Francisco, the convenient location provides easy access to many of the city's top attractions and destinations. Just steps away from Cable Cars, Union Square and the major shopping and theater districts. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Vertigo Hotel San Francisco
- York Hotel San Francisco