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 1169 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Comfy room, good location
Stay Date: 06/2017, Indriyatno B wrote this review.
I went to SF for the summit, and committee booked me this hotel because close to the event location. From SFO I use BART to Civic Center Station, the nearest station from the hotel. And when I arrived, just need 5 mins walks from the Civic Center Sta… See more
I went to SF for the summit, and committee booked me this hotel because close to the event location. From SFO I use BART to Civic Center Station, the nearest station from the hotel. And when I arrived, just need 5 mins walks from the Civic Center Station to the hotel. It was great for travel using BART to/from this hotel. Check in process was very fast, the staff is very helpful and nice. The room itself is comfy, big room with big beds. And not only near the event meeting, it also close to some interesting spot in SF such as Union Square, SF City Hall, Asian Art Museum, UN Plaza Powell Street Cable Car Station, etc. Also close to Market Street, where you can find lot of bus to travel around SF. If you are a shopper, you can walk aroun 10-15 mins to mall and shops, such as Westfield, Nordstorm, Macy's, etc. Brand shops around Union Square also can indulge you, but not your wallet ;) And the internet WiFi connection is great. The cons is just many homeless around the hotels, and make me (as a foreigner) little bit uncomfortable Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, Jared B wrote this review.
Hotel much better than I even expected. Very clean rooms and very helpful staff. The ONLY reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is because it is in an area where many homeless congregate. Besides that, fantastic!
Hotel much better than I even expected. Very clean rooms and very helpful staff. The ONLY reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is because it is in an area where many homeless congregate. Besides that, fantastic! Collapse
Clean comfortable stay
Stay Date: 06/2017, Natalia T wrote this review.
I last came to SF 12 years ago and stayed then at the Holiday inn, so making a return just seemed like the easy option as I had an idea of the area. The hotel itself is clean, comfortable and functional. Bathroom could do with updating as the shower … See more
I last came to SF 12 years ago and stayed then at the Holiday inn, so making a return just seemed like the easy option as I had an idea of the area. The hotel itself is clean, comfortable and functional. Bathroom could do with updating as the shower isn't great. Windows on to balconies no longer seem to open which is a shame as nice to let some fresh air in. The vibe of San Fran has changed significantly from my last visit, there seem to be many more homeless and a lot outside the hotel at all hours, it can be quite intimidating to a visitor. The whole city feels darker and less carefree. I don't think I would come back again. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, Davide P wrote this review.
Sorry for reviewing this hotel so late, i have been at Holiday inn one month ago during my holidays in America with my mother. As we entered we have been welcomed from what i would call the "golden" boy, a very friendly, attentive, super mannered and… See more
Sorry for reviewing this hotel so late, i have been at Holiday inn one month ago during my holidays in America with my mother. As we entered we have been welcomed from what i would call the "golden" boy, a very friendly, attentive, super mannered and professional person such as Mark! Well done, you follow all the brand standards, you explained in detail everything that we were supposed to know and even when i was slightly disappointed to have not any concierge able to book the tours you removed my 2 local calls i made to book them by myself, that means a lot as you exceeded my expectations. Moreover we enjoyed the rest of our stay and surely even the security guy needs a mention as since the beginning of our stay he welcomed us and was greeting us at any time we were going out/in. I really hope one day to come back to US, it really deserved! Mark, keep it up, you are a star! Bye Collapse
Not for me to holiday in!
Stay Date: 05/2017, Cyffyllog wrote this review.
My wife and I were quite excited, having read the internet blurb on this hotel. So excited in fact that we booked an extra night, in advance. On arrival at the hotel, although the outside is very drab and uninspiring, the reception area is impressive… See more
My wife and I were quite excited, having read the internet blurb on this hotel. So excited in fact that we booked an extra night, in advance. On arrival at the hotel, although the outside is very drab and uninspiring, the reception area is impressive and we were booked in and quickly ensconced in a typical Holiday Inn room, with a view over the nearby roofs. It was somewhat disappointing, for what we were paying, to discover that the room had neither fridge, nor microwave and that two avid readers had to share one nightstand and lamp, for two beds. Next morning we went for breakfast to discover three options, cold buffet, hot buffet and a la carte. All were greatly overpriced. The cold buffet had a good selection of options and we opted for this. It did, however, take me three attempts to get the message across to the restaurant supervisor that I did not tip for my own self-service! I mentioned at reception, in keeping with the hotel policy PR blurb, that I would like to discuss some concerns, including the wrong rate being mentioned for our extra day, with the duty manager. Thank God for an email with the correct amount in it! No one appeared but I cancelled the extra day, in any event. We left for the day and, returning following a late lunch, decided to try the restaurant. My food (a simple dish) was overcooked and the server was told. By the way, Pub Chips are in reality potato crisps! Next morning I decided to opt for eggs and bacon with diced potatoes at $20. Whilst the eggs were slimy, I was more put out at having to pay a further $6 for some milk and one tea bag! I again asked to see the duty manager, but added that I did NOT seek any recompense, but simply needed to offer the opportunity of comment, in correct journalistic fashion. No one was forthcoming on this second occasion. My advice here is to make the eight minute walk to Roccos, where you can get breakfast, lunch and dinner. A walk well worth taking. It is true to say that the hotel is well located for down town and the Civic Centre area. That said, one must ask why the Mayor does not seem to be doing much to help the less fortunate in life, who are plentiful in this area? Indeed they use the lawns outside City Hall as their beds and the surrounding streets as their toilets. At times I recalling feeling safer in Sarajevo at the end of the war than here. The housekeeping and concierge departments are excellent and went out of their way to be of assistance to us. What a shame that management fails, dismally, to live up to their promises. In addition it must be said that the access to trams and buses is good, being at the top of Eighth Street. When you reach the junction you can cease holding your breath, as the smell of urine will be behind you. In the same way take care not to stumble over any bodies on the street, Are they dead? No one seems to check they are so commonplace! Collapse
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