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|Distance to city centre||0,3 km|
|Nearest airport||San Francisco|
|Distance to airport||18,8 km|
|"Great staff and well appointed rooms"||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Boutique hotel is boutique."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"Perfect location."||(in 6 reviews)|
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|art deco||in 9 reviews|
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|king size bed||in 16 reviews|
|library bar||in 44 reviews|
|needed to be updated||in 3 reviews|
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|union square||in 64 reviews|
Quirky hotel with literary theme, which was fun particularly the amenities (e.g. old fashioned typewriter to use while there). NOTE: NO REFRIGERATOR or MICROWAVE OVEN, although we could have had a refrigerator sent up for an additional fee which was quite a surprise to us. Adding a microwave was not an option. The room was smaller than expected and with only one desk and one chair, difficult to have access to luggage. One closet but no dresser or other drawers and no place other than desk, one regular-sized night table and one tiny night table on which to put our things. Three lights were ok, but still a bit dark. The best thing about the lights was that each of them could serve as nightlights with the dimmers on each. Bathroom was nice size. Staff were very helpful, although twice we were told where to go for a great view of the City for dinner/light fare. However, one place wouldn't be open for two months (maybe under renovation?) and the other didn't exist.
No refrigerator or microwave oven in the room. Having to pay extra for a refrigerator, though with the size of our room, not sure where it would have fit. Microwave was not an option. Staff better informed about suggesting places for dinner.
Relaxing atmosphere. Have cool no amenities. Like diffusers for room
I loved the eclectic style and decor of the hotel. It was fun, particularly if you are into literature. I also liked the little touches - books in armoire, good quality toiletries, filtered water available in hall with cookies and lemon/lime slices. Staff was really friendly too! Amenities were great too - the bar is cool and the cafe adjoining it had amazing coffee and healthy food options. I also enjoyed the central location. Everything was so close (e.g., around the corner from Union Square, mile to Ferry Building, good restaurants within blocks on either side, etc.).
My only real issue related to my specific room. It was room 216 which is second floor above Sutter Street. I am a pretty deep sleeper, but it was really loud at both ends of my sleep (8-12pm and after about 5am). I had ear plugs and even downloaded a white noise app to block it out. I would stay here again, certainly, but would probably request a different room. Additionally, the room was super small (just enough to clear the bed at the end and a few feet to the left of the bed. It would be tight for 2 people moving around at the same time).
We really enjoyed the book wall when you walk in and the books in our room. Staff was extremely friendly. Close to union square and we walked to the theatre and china town, both less than a mile way. Parking garages with flat rates near by.
A couple of our bathroom towels had short stubble hair on it. Like stuck in deep, not just something we could brush off. Really gross. I was also checking in with the my 10 year old daughter and given a room with pillows that said “pot is fun” that were handwritten in with sharpie marker. Room was just a little off for our taste, but the towels were plain gross.
New to San Francisco’s Nob Hill/Union Square area, Hotel Emblem arrives in style true to a Viceroy Urban Retreat. Hotel Emblem will open with a bold identity, inspired by the literary phenomenon and unfettered spirit of the Beat Generation. Hotel Emblem will feature impressive amenities along with unique and unexpected design touchpoints that pay tribute to the fearlessness of past generations and provoke unabridged expression today.
Hotel Emblem San Francisco is ideally located at the confluence of storied San Francisco neighborhoods between the arts district, Union Square and Nob Hill, and is close in proximity to Jackson Square, the historically and culturally rich epicenter of the Beat Generation. The property is one block from Union Square and the cable cars with an ease of walkability to the trendy shops and restaurants day and night. Hotel Emblem is five blocks from the Moscone Center and the Financial District, and 20 minutes from SFO International Airport.
This San Francisco hotel provides amenities such as 24-hour business services, concierge services, Town Car service within 1-mile, filtered water stations with fresh fruit and snacks. A full-service fitness center is nearby complete with state-of-the-art cardio and weight-training equipment and a 3-lane indoor pool; plan ahead and schedule personal training or studio style group classes.
Hotel Emblem San Francisco
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- Stylish hotel
- Friendly atmosphere
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Most popular landmarks
- Grace Cathedral 0,4 km
- Cable Car Museum 0,6 km
- Museum of Modern Art 0,8 km
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- Exploratorium 1,6 km
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|San Francisco||18,8 km|
|San Francisco (Conv Ctr), California||0,9 km|
|San Francisco (Civic Center), California||1,1 km|