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Jul 6, 2014
Convenience and luxury near Union Square, SoMa and more
Location is everything for the San Francisco Marriott Union Square hotel. The property rises 30 stories above the confluence of a number of downtown neighborhoods, including Union Square, SoMa, the Financial District and the Theater District. It's also within walking distance of Chinatown and North Beach. Rooms are modern, and each offers Wi-Fi and high-speed Internet access (fees apply). Guests can choose from two on-site restaurants: American, open for breakfast only, and bin480 wine bar, which serves casual food and classic cocktails along with local wines.
Sample local wines at bin480 wine bar
Walking distance to Union Square, SoMa and the Theater District
High-end (and complimentary) fitness center
Accommodations -- 347 rooms and 53 suites -- are modern and sparsely decorated. All rooms at the San Francisco Marriott Union Square hotel come standard with flat-screen TVs, pillow-top beds, spacious work desks and MP3 docks. Many rooms also have views of the San Francisco skyline. On the concierge floor, rooms include amenities such as mini-refrigerators. Wi-Fi and high-speed Internet access are available in all rooms (fees apply). Pets welcome (fees apply).
The 30-story San Francisco Marriott Union Square hotel is within a short walk to six different neighborhoods, including Union Square, the financial district, SoMa, the theater district, Chinatown and North Beach. It has received numerous awards, including the AAA 3 Diamond Award.
The San Francisco Marriott Union Square hotel features an expansive lobby with ample seating areas; it is the perfect spot to unwind with a newspaper after a hectic day.
All guests have access to a fitness center with state-of-the-art exercise equipment; locker rooms attached to the fitness center offer saunas. Dry-cleaning services are available (fees apply) and the Marriott also is close to four different day spas, each of which specializes in different treatments (fees apply).
Hungry guests can choose from two on-site restaurants: American, which is open only for breakfast, and bin480 wine bar, which serves casual food, classic cocktails and, as the name suggests, local wines. Valet and self parking are available (fees apply).
San Francisco International Airport (15 mi/24.1 km)
Oakland International Airport (16 mi/25.8 km)
BART (2 blocks)
Cable cars (2 blocks)
MUNI bus (1 block)
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
24-hour business center
17,000 square feet of meeting space
San Francisco Civic Center
San Francisco International Airport, (SFO), 14.20, MI, N; Oakland International Airport, (OAK), 20.10, MI, NW;
City Center, Location Type: City
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Start the day off right by enjoying a hearty breakfast from our hotel's on-site Union Square restaurant open 6:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Enjoy specialty cocktails accompanied by delectable dishes at bin480, right inside the lobby of our San Francisco, CA, hotel. Wind down after a long day in our Union Square restaurant without even leaving the hotel.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
This was a good home base for a night out with the ladies. When I showed up it was easy enough to get parking, although not Valet....A short walk to the front desk and very good service. Got my room, no problems...my room was nice. It was not
lavish...but nice.The bed was large, the bathroom was ok... Nice flat screen t.v. Didnt get bothered while I was here, was out late, no rude people prying into my comings and goings... The are around the hotel is well lite...Overall it was a good place to come back to when partying..a little pricy..but this is SF
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Long walk from hotel
Some nice bars with beautiful young women off Polk st...a little bit of a walk, but hey..it's worth it.
Great location for walking the city with very comfortable bed for sleeping. My room was across the hall from the elevators, and you could hear the doors open and close. The bar looks good, but the service and food are average and the happy hour is
silly-- one wine and one appetizer special, but there are so many great places to eat around the city that it only matters a little. I don't know if I'd stay there next time because there are so many choices.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Starbucks across the street and lots of places to eat and shop in the area. Use the hotel as a home base and explore the city.