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September 04, 2019
Best in SF
Clean, friendly and beautifully decorated. I hd to leave early and they were so helpful in allowing me to break the contract of staying a week. They were very professional and prompt. The price to stay was very reasonable especially since it a beautfiul hotel in the middle of not so beautiful streets in S.F
Stayed at the Hotel Nikko San Francisco for a meeting at the Moscone Convention Center. This 28 floor hotel has an impressive lobby area with a friendly staff to greet you.
The hotel is a short walk away from the convention center and even closer to the Union Square area of the city with its restaurants, shopping area and the Curran Theater.
Valet parking currently is $65 a day with in and out privileges.
I have tried one of the onsite restaurants and it was very good. ANZU serves sushi, steak and California cuisine
We stayed at hotel with 4 kids. We had 2 rooms.
Overall excellent service. Maid service, bellman, room service. Everyone went above and beyond to make our stay comfortable.Extremely pet friendly! Bring your dog. Kids enjoyed the indoor pool
I would definitely recommend it and stay again. The Japanese feel was real. Excellent service and vibe. There were a lot of cute marketing touches like the postcards, dog and promo videos. There are also a lot of amenities such as Starbucks, gym, restaurants, outdoor pet deck and pool. The only warning is that this is not part of the actual Union Square and a bit on the border of the Tenderloin