Room was small but cozy and great location. Overall hotel rooms in Downtown San Francisco are very expensive, so I would say King George hotel is reasonable. I stayed there by myself but felt safe. I will be back to this hotel if I visit San
Stayed for two nights, me and my two kids (9 and 5). Pretty basic amenities, but more than adequate. Reasonably clean, but kind of noisy neighborhood at night. Good location for catching cable cars and exploring downtown San Francisco. Staff was
friendly and helpful every time we asked. Given that it's San Francisco, it was a pretty good deal (about $200.00 a night), but it is only a hotel room, so it still pains me to pay that much. Overall, a good spot for a trip to SF.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Easier and significantly less wait to catch a cable car one or two stops up from the roundabout at the bottom of Powell.
Hotel is in a great location. Union Square is a huge shopping area, high end shopping, you name the brand, the store is here. Think of Times Square NYC. Thats the level of pedestrian traffic. If you want to be in the heart of the city, this is the
place. Also near all major public transportation. Note this hotel, despite its prime location, is not too far from the Tenderloin District which is a bit of a run down part of town. You will encounter beggars at the corners, and just steps out the door of the hotel. They seemed to be pretty harmless, but I say this so that you are forewarned. Also keep in mind that the weather stays pretty chilly, and a jacket is essential. This is NOT San Diego/Los Angeles where beach weather is the norm. Overall great trip, lots to see, do and explore.
The hotel is very nice looking, friendly staff and the location is perfect for short distance walks to restaurants, stores, parking building, etc. Though the room is quite small it is clean and organized. The elevator is narrow so it only fits
around 4 people same with the stairs which is quite steep to climb to but overall worth the stay and price.