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 1248 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Great hotel staff from Checking in to Bell Service and Restaurant.
Stay Date: 04/2018, buzzdrvr wrote this review.
The room was huge and could accommodate the 3 of us and all our stuff. We had 2 little dogs, and it was difficult to locate an area around the hotel for them to do their business. There was construction going on outside, also. Would like to mention… See more
The room was huge and could accommodate the 3 of us and all our stuff. We had 2 little dogs, and it was difficult to locate an area around the hotel for them to do their business. There was construction going on outside, also. Would like to mention tho that the area is quite littered with drug addicts and a lot of homeless people. That did not bother us until we encountered several of the addicts shooting up within steps of the hotel parking garage entrance. And this was in broad daylight. If ever again in need of a place in San Fran, we will have to look at another Holiday Inn at a different neighborhood. Collapse
Mostly caters to international tour groups and airlines
Stay Date: 04/2018, Charm H wrote this review.
Like most Holiday Inns, this is a two-star hotel. Acceptable in the area when other places are booked or too expensive, though more often than not you can do better.The rooms are clean and comfortable. The bed was quite firm (I like that), and the pi… See more
Like most Holiday Inns, this is a two-star hotel. Acceptable in the area when other places are booked or too expensive, though more often than not you can do better.The rooms are clean and comfortable. The bed was quite firm (I like that), and the pillows were much better than average. Though I hate most hotel pillows, these fit me very well. Ask for a room on a high floor. Check-in staff were rude and followed the too common hotel procedure of "You prepaid in full for your room but we want you to pay more before we'll give you a key, because policy." The hotel mostly seems to cater to international tour groups and airlines, who presumably receive discounted rates. There were relatively few individual tourists and business travelers. Parking is very expensive. Look elsewhere if you're driving. The restaurant is simply awful, below even the low standards of U.S. hotel restaurants. Avoid. There are a couple of good diners around the corner on Market Street that will serve you a far better breakfast for half the price. Not the hotel's fault, but the neighborhood is sketchy, and will likely bother folks not accustomed to the seedier sides of U.S. urban areas. There was active drug use of every type on the street. Didn't really bother me, but I'm 6'4" and 240 pounds. Solo women travelers may feel differently. On the plus side the hotel is close to recreational dispensaries. :-) Collapse
Lovely hotel in a nasty area - welcome to the urinal
Stay Date: 04/2018, MrBlush wrote this review.
The hotel is very nice, it’s a large tower with wonderful views from high up floors. We spent three nights on the 11th floor and had a wonderful view across the city. We had breakfast in the hotel which was very good but didn’t eat in the restaurant … See more
The hotel is very nice, it’s a large tower with wonderful views from high up floors. We spent three nights on the 11th floor and had a wonderful view across the city. We had breakfast in the hotel which was very good but didn’t eat in the restaurant otherwise. The reception was very efficient and helpful, we were soon directed to our room. The executive room we had was very nice, a large tv, coffee machine etc. The beds are comfortable and the room nicely decorated. Parking is over $40 a day and we knew this and didn’t arrive with a car. We spent our days in SF mainly around Fisherman’s Wharf which is a 2.4 mile walk from the hotel which wasn’t ideal but a good work out! The area around the hotel is like a huge urinal with the honk of urine overwhelming us, piles of human faeces everywhere and homeless high on drugs everywhere. It’s very sobering walking past all the homeless and mentally unwell people and orange syringe caps everywhere from the people shooting up on the street. I was last in San Francisco in 2010 and the problem seems far worse now, it’s really not pleasant. I originally booked a Motel 6 in Geary St and in a way I wish so had stuck with that reservation as we wouldn’t have seen half as much homelessness as we did. So the hotel is very nice but the neighbourhood isn’t, it’s not nice when your family don’t feel comfortable walking through all the filth. We saw some charities clearing up the orange needle caps trying to make the city better but San Francisco a better place, I really hope a solution is found and currently the city certainly around the civic center and market isn’t a nice place. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2018, Thomas D wrote this review.
As previous reviews suggest, this hotel is a mixed bag. Big rooms, good breakfast and easy access from the airport with Bart (although when we started there, the escalators of Civic station did not work, which meant carrying heavy suitcases up the st… See more
As previous reviews suggest, this hotel is a mixed bag. Big rooms, good breakfast and easy access from the airport with Bart (although when we started there, the escalators of Civic station did not work, which meant carrying heavy suitcases up the stairs ...). The two biggest downsides are: 1) the completely run-down neighborhood with drug dealing, fights and open hard drug taking in front of your eyes - a testament to all that has gone wrong in US inner cities. 2) the noise level. Rooms are not soundproof, and you can hear your neighbours party, the construction from the street outside as well as the renovation work on the fourth floor of they hotel. So all in all rather to be avoided unless you want some experience in social realism or join the drug taking. If you do go, insist on a room on a higher floor. Collapse
Average Holiday Inn
Stay Date: 03/2018, stevej2001 wrote this review.
A good location if you're going to the Orpheum theater but you have to walk a quintet of homeless folks in the half block south from Market. The beds were comfortable, the bathroom had good light, and the temperate control was easy to use and effecti… See more
A good location if you're going to the Orpheum theater but you have to walk a quintet of homeless folks in the half block south from Market. The beds were comfortable, the bathroom had good light, and the temperate control was easy to use and effective. Wifi was very poor and somewhat lacking in outlets. Price was reasonable for SF. The breakfast was very good. Collapse
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