Holiday Inn San Francisco - Civic Center
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Located in the bustling SoMa district, the Holiday Inn – San Francisco-Civic Centre hotel is ideal for those who want to explore the city at their leisure. Visit the grand City Hall, head out to the Golden Gate Bridge or stroll through Fisherman’s Wharf. Theatre lovers will enjoy a trip to the stunning Orpheum Theatre.
All of the guest rooms at the Holiday Inn – San Francisco-Civic Centre hotel are contemporary in design and benefit from a flat screen TV, free high-speed internet access, a stereo, a private bathroom with bathtub and hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and air-conditioning.
Dine at the trendy 50onEight Restaurant and experience a delicious array of breakfast and dinner options. Relax at the hotel’s sunlit outdoor terrace area or take a swim in the palatial outdoor pool. The hotel also provides a gift shop, a convenience store, on-site self-laundry facilities, a dry cleaning service and a gym.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Interconnecting Rooms
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1118 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
If not for the Concierge horror show.....
Stay Date: 02/2017, tanminghoe wrote this review.
Indeed. If not for the concierge horror show, I would have given this hotel a 4/5 rating. Lets get the good out of the way first shall we? Rooms were large, sleep quality was good, toilet was clean, shower was enjoyable...well basically whatever you … See more
Indeed. If not for the concierge horror show, I would have given this hotel a 4/5 rating. Lets get the good out of the way first shall we? Rooms were large, sleep quality was good, toilet was clean, shower was enjoyable...well basically whatever you would have expected out of a Holiday Inn chain of hotels. But a few horror shows: 1) Location. Yes its located near a Bart station, near the city hall, but honestly its not in a very safe neighbourhood. The streets of San Francisco is not exactly safe at night. Heck, its not even safe in the morning, let alone at night. Walking along Market Street to get to our hotel from the safer shopping district got my heart racing every night. (The walk from 4th street to 8th street along Market Street) At night, zombies prowl the streets which makes you really wanna get back to the hotel early to eliminate those fears. Sure, you should be safe if you just ignore the zombies, but do you really wanna risk it? Nope. 2) The concierge horror show. Arrived at the hotel in a party of 8 with 14 pieces of luggage and almost the same amount of hand carries. Not only did the porters not help us with loading them onto their trolley, they just sat there and watched. When I requested for another trolley to load our luggages, they did not allow us to as they claim that they might need to use it when others require it, and they only have 2 such luggage trolleys. Not only did I feel belittled and disrespected, their attitude was scathingly bad. My friends and I were all quite shocked at this bad attitude as we were never treated quite like this before. The manager subsequently asked them to send the luggages to room 1242, only to hear Jim, the porter, complain that it was the furthest room of the lot. WOW. At this juncture, they used both of their luggage trolleys to carry our stuff to our rooms. Hey, I thought you guys wanted to keep one spare just in case? Utter rubbish. Finally after unloading all the luggage to our rooms, Jim and his accomplice, Taco, just waited by the door, obviously expecting a tip. Hell in no way will I give them any. I said thank you and proceeded to arrange the luggages in my room. They took the hint and left. I could have enjoyed my stay at Holiday Inn Civic Centre for 3 nights, but when everyday you see the same pair of bell boys who disrespected and looked down on you, how could I even? Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, carlh807 wrote this review.
This was our first visit to San Francisco and noticed that there was a big difference in rates between various zones in the city. Also, we had no idea where to stay for our 5- night stay, so we were a bit nervous. So, on the downside: the hotel, wit… See more
This was our first visit to San Francisco and noticed that there was a big difference in rates between various zones in the city. Also, we had no idea where to stay for our 5- night stay, so we were a bit nervous. So, on the downside: the hotel, with no grounds of its own, doesn't have a particular 'holiday' feel about it, and probably isn't great for kids. It is more suited to business stay-overs, merging into the surrounding commercial area seamlessly. The only complaint I have about the rooms is that they chose to seal their sliding doors, meaning no natural ventilation, and no access to our balcony! Meals are predictably very expensive: $17 for continental breakfast! On the upside: staff from the desk staff to cleaning staff are very polite and helpful indeed. What a pleasure dealing with people who patiently enhance my stay. The rooms are well appointed, large, spotless and fresh!! Just what I look for in my hotel. For a tourist, however, the biggest advantage was staying close to Market Street - the arterial main road which is serviced by the MUNI, and runs all the way to the Ferry Building, passing key points and attractions (e.g. Powell-Hyde cable car terminus). Also, with plenty of eateries and supermarket options surrounding us, and having purchased a 3-day MUNI pass, we were anywhere within a few short minutes. Collapse
Clean, quiet hotel near symphony hall and opera
Stay Date: 02/2017, TomM99089 wrote this review.
Clean, quiet, comfortable room in well-maintained hotel just off Market Street. The staff is friendly and helpful. The beds are comfortable. Security is very good. The hotel is only four or five blocks from the Davies Symphony Hall, so it was an e… See more
Clean, quiet, comfortable room in well-maintained hotel just off Market Street. The staff is friendly and helpful. The beds are comfortable. Security is very good. The hotel is only four or five blocks from the Davies Symphony Hall, so it was an easy and convenient walk. Collapse
Clean and comfortable!
Stay Date: 01/2017, manuelmarque wrote this review.
Stayed in SF for a big conference at the Moscone Center. This hotel is within walking distance of the MC, although there are closer hotels (and at night we were not particularly fancying walking down Market Street, so we took taxis). Has everything y… See more
Stayed in SF for a big conference at the Moscone Center. This hotel is within walking distance of the MC, although there are closer hotels (and at night we were not particularly fancying walking down Market Street, so we took taxis). Has everything you may need, compared to considerably more expensive hotels in the area, including a restaurant (with breakfast buffet), fitness suite (couple of treadmills & stationary bikes), a pool (outdoor, it was January so I couldn't check that out) and all the usual hotel specs. Room was clean, shower was quite powerful, beds were comfy. View was good too (we were on the 8th floor, lower floors may not have that!). Staff was very friendly and helpful! Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, NSimp75 wrote this review.
Upon first look the room was nice. However we complained 3x about someone smoking (this is a non smoking hotel). Our room was near the stair well so we assume someone was smoking out there but the smell seeped into our room. They did offer us another… See more
Upon first look the room was nice. However we complained 3x about someone smoking (this is a non smoking hotel). Our room was near the stair well so we assume someone was smoking out there but the smell seeped into our room. They did offer us another room but who wants to change rooms after unpacking two heavy suitcases? Another odd thing, I know the state of CA is about conservation but this was the only hotel of several that we stayed in in CA that did not have trash bags in the trash cans- but they do have a plastic bag in their ice bin and for laundry. Room service food was mediocre and the delivery fee plus service % are not worth the mediocre food or service. The man who delivered our food looked all over our room as he dropped off the food- it was somewhat uncomfortable having someone scope out our room like that. The front desk also seemed bothered when we asked for a taxi to be called. Not impressed! Collapse
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