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 1334 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Too Much Missing
Stay Date: 03/2019, Eudysseus wrote this review.
Hotel has bright rooms, lovely beds & sheets. No coffee maker in room, no fridge, no safe. No towel bar in bathroom. Room lights turn on in the middle of the night if you get up. Neighborhood is super sketchy; I think I actually saw someone shooting … See more
Hotel has bright rooms, lovely beds & sheets. No coffee maker in room, no fridge, no safe. No towel bar in bathroom. Room lights turn on in the middle of the night if you get up. Neighborhood is super sketchy; I think I actually saw someone shooting up on the same block. Collapse
By Far, Worst Hotel in San Francisco
Stay Date: 03/2019, LaylaSanchez wrote this review.
I don’t even know where to start on this hotel. I had to book a last minute business trip to the city and unfortunately with our preferred hotels and basically every other hotel in the area being sold out or having upwards of $700+ a night bookings, … See more
I don’t even know where to start on this hotel. I had to book a last minute business trip to the city and unfortunately with our preferred hotels and basically every other hotel in the area being sold out or having upwards of $700+ a night bookings, our EA found this hotel and we figured it was good enough. That was before we arrived. Not only is the hotel in possibly one of the worst and unsafest areas of the city but they also don’t provide or even have an option for basic amenities like WATER, fridges/microwaves, room service, etc. I woke up with nausea and didn’t feel too well and having finished all the waters I bought earlier in the day, I called the front desk/operator and asked if I could have some water bottles for my room and the lady told me “the water from the tap is drinkable or you can get some from the vending machines in the lobby” and that was that. What kind of hotel doesn’t provide water for their guests? Also, the room I got was old, smelled super odd and my view (if that’s important to you) was the bus stop where the homeless and drug addicts hangout starting at around 4pm. It’s been an awful experience and I hope I never have to stay at this hotel ever again. Collapse
Lackluster, despite renovation attempts.
Stay Date: 03/2019, Anthony B wrote this review.
My overall impression of the hotel is that they are renovating to improve their service and image, but they are doing a poor job of it. I was on the 11th floor, in a renovated room. It was clean with a decent amount of room, but felt bare; no lamp, n… See more
My overall impression of the hotel is that they are renovating to improve their service and image, but they are doing a poor job of it. I was on the 11th floor, in a renovated room. It was clean with a decent amount of room, but felt bare; no lamp, no mini fridge. I'm not sure why they claim to have "upgraded" amenities, because there wasn't anything beyond the basics which you would expect in any average hotel. One particular gentleman at the front desk was rude when I called ahead to ask about my reservation; his attitude was poor in terms of customer service. Other staff seemed more friendly. There were people hanging around in the lobby who looked like they were some of the homeless in the area, but being allowed to loiter. During my 5 night stay the bed sheets were not changed at all; at first I wasn't sure, but was able to confirm it to be the case after a couple of nights. This place needs to put a lot more effort into training the staff if they truly want to be a hotel worth staying at. Currently they have little to offer which makes them stand out amongst their surroundings. Collapse
Highschoolers on a trip
Stay Date: 03/2019, ursa p wrote this review.
The hotel is close to the Market street, so there's plenty of opportunity for shopping at all the biggest worldwide and American brands. The rooms are great, spacious, comfortable. The staff are helpful and friendly, however we had difficulty underst… See more
The hotel is close to the Market street, so there's plenty of opportunity for shopping at all the biggest worldwide and American brands. The rooms are great, spacious, comfortable. The staff are helpful and friendly, however we had difficulty understanding some of them. Collapse
Bearded maids and construction workers as neighbors
Stay Date: 02/2019, catzkatz wrote this review.
Ugh, so much anxiety and stress. Where do I start? I am currently sitting in my tiny room on the 6th floor of this MOTEL. There is a pounding and incessant drilling next door, because apparently construction workers have rented the room next to me an… See more
Ugh, so much anxiety and stress. Where do I start? I am currently sitting in my tiny room on the 6th floor of this MOTEL. There is a pounding and incessant drilling next door, because apparently construction workers have rented the room next to me and have decided to work on an ambitious project non-stop starting at 8am. Of course I called the front desk and asked them to stop this nonsense because I'd to relax in peace before going to my work event this afternoon. A bland-toned Indian woman said, "Let me talk to the engineer." Nothing changed. No updated, just blaring noise. When I arrived last night, there was a pubic hair sitting quite obviously on the railing of the tub. Hmmm, I guess the maid has a beard. This must be true, because there was a pubic hair in the ice bucket as well. HAHAHAHA, so f-ing gross. Well, at least the bed sheets were clean (from what I could tell). The front desk woman last night had an expression so blank I thought she was the first AI robot built in SF! Whoa, singularity has happened! The man I saw this morning was even less friendly. Neither ever said a simple "Hi" to me. They just stared and waited for me to talk. Maybe Google had a 2-for-1 robot sale going on. I asked if there was a gym. Of course not, silly me. There is only one entrance to the hotel, and it can be found via a poorly lit garage entrance. I especially enjoyed the fat construction worker gazing at me as I walked by (yes, I'm a woman). Not creepy at all, nope. He's probably the one next door, pounded a new building into shape out of the thin walls that separate my peace of mind from the rudeness of horrible sound (oooh, anger makes me poetic). I got a view of the pool which was gross, unclean and surrounded by unkempt chairs and a half-opened umbrella. Did a hurricane just pas through?? Last thing I'll mention are the obvious liquid and food stains on the surfaces that the bearded maid didn't even attempt to wipe down. This can be found on the bathroom counter, the TV stand, the bedside tables and the desk. I moved the bedside table in desperate search of an outlet near the bed and found piles of dust and old nasty rubber bands from some previous guests. Yum. Anyway, this is a 1-star motel. Just ask the homeless people on the sidewalk outside the building blatantly using syringes. Collapse
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