King George Hotel

Hotel in Union Square, San Francisco, California, US
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  • Forrest Camardella
  • 9 months ago
One of the best hotels I’ve stayed at and at a great price too. Front desk staff is FANTASTIC. I’ve had a bunch of issues and not only have they been great at helping, they’ve been kind and patient. On top of everything, the room is comfortable, clean, and so cute, comfiest bed I’ve ever come across. Great location too!!

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Website: kinggeorge.com

Address: 334 Mason St, Union Square, San Francisco, California  94102, US
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King George Hotel is a Hotel located at 334 Mason St, Union Square, San Francisco, California  94102, US.

The business is listed under hotel category. It has received 883 reviews with an average rating of 3.9 stars.

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Reviews:

  • Forrest Camardella
  • 9 months ago
One of the best hotels I’ve stayed at and at a great price too. Front desk staff is FANTASTIC. I’ve had a bunch of issues and not only have they been great at helping, they’ve been kind and patient. On top of everything, the room is comfortable, clean, and so cute, comfiest bed I’ve ever come across. Great location too!!
  • Deanna Hoover
  • 9 months ago
The staff here were all amazingly kind and helpful. I stayed for a week for work and each evening when I came back, the folks at the counter sincerely asked about my day. My room was absolutely spotless. I’m a bit of a germaphobe, especially since COVID, and cleanliness is always one of my biggest stressors when staying at a new hotel. That wasn’t an issue here. They allow the rooms to stay empty for 72 hours between guests and it’s very apparent that they clean thoroughly. I’ve seen a few reviews stating the decor is dated, but I don’t agree. The hotel has a beautiful vintage vibe, but they’ve made upgrades where it counts. Cable tv, fast wifi, lots of outlets and USB ports, current keycard system for both the lobby and the rooms, etc… The hairdryer provided is a proper hairdryer and not one of those typical wall mounted hotel hairdryers that hardly moves any air. The bed was SO comfy and they supplied tons of pillows. The closet was surprisingly large, complete with robes, hangers,...
  • C P
  • 9 months ago
Basic hotel - rooms are small, outdated, and cramped. Some have no AC or ventilation other than the windows being open and a ceiling fan. Stains on the carpet. Would not book again. Good if you are on a budget and not picky.
  • Robert Hernandez
  • 9 months ago
Stayed here for business purposes, so company put me up here. Bed was nice, comfortable, staff was nice and friendly as well. That’s about all I can say that was good… first the elevator was small and slow as heck, only fits about 4 maybe 5 people (tightly). Room… bathroom is small, you can literally lay your head on the sink, wash your hands while sitting on the toilet!! To get into the Tub/Shower you have to squeeze between the sink & toilet. Not many places to put your bathroom items, not many places to put anything really, even in the room. Finally, speaking of the room… it was Cold, no central air or heat, they have this tiny three tube/pipe water heater to attempt to warm the room, which it fails miserably to do! It’s an old building, that needs a lot of upgrades just to make the rooms remotely comfortable, even in their tiny state.
  • Ben Adams
  • 9 months ago
The hotel location was good, as it's close to Union Square with shopping and restaurants, and if you're fairly fit then you can walk to fisherman's wharf in 30 mins through China town. Apart from that I'm afraid it's not great. The rooms are small and there's only 1 small lift for the whole hotel. Our room was above a restaurant so it smelt of grease all the time because the bathroom didn't have a window, just some slats that didn't close fully. This also made it cold at night. However, the most disappointing aspect was that the lobby area was nothing like the pictures (e.g. with a pool table, bar and darts board) because half the hotel is closed for construction. I'm very annoyed there was no warning this would be the case so I have asked hotels.com to pursue a refund.

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A block from Union Square, this casual, downtown hotel built in 1914 is 2 blocks from a cable-car stop on Powell Street and 0.6 miles from the Moscone Center convention and exhibition complex. Cozy rooms decorated in a traditional, European style feature plush pillow-top mattresses, writing desks and flat-screen TVs. They also include coffeemakers, candy jars and free high-speed Internet access. Room service is available 24 hours a day. An on-site bar and lounge with an elegant seating area and a large-screen TV serves light bites and offers daily happy-hour specials. The hotel also offers a business center with meeting rooms.

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Homey lodging in a historic building Circa-1914 hotel featuring cozy rooms with pillow-top mattresses & free Wi-Fi, plus an on-site bar.
A block from Union Square, this casual, downtown hotel built in 1914 is 2 blocks from a cable-car stop on Powell Street and 0.6 miles from the Moscone Center convention and exhibition complex.

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"One of the best hotels I’ve stayed at and at a great price too. Front desk staff is FANTASTIC. I’ve had a bunch of issues and not only have they been great at helping, they’ve been kind and patient. On top of everything, the room is comfortable, clean, and so cute, comfiest bed I’ve ever come across. Great location too!!"

"The staff here were all amazingly kind and helpful. I stayed for a week for work and each evening when I came back, the folks at the counter sincerely asked about my day. My room was absolutely spotless. I’m a bit of a germaphobe, especially since COVID, and cleanliness is always one of my biggest stressors when staying at a new hotel. That wasn’t an issue here. They allow the rooms to stay empty for hours between guests and it’s very apparent that they clean thoroughly. I’ve seen a few reviews stating the decor is dated, but I don’t agree. The hotel has a beautiful vintage vibe, but they’ve made upgrades where it counts. Cable tv, fast wifi, lots of outlets and USB ports, current keycard system for both the lobby and the rooms, etc… The hairdryer provided is a proper hairdryer and not one of those typical wall mounted hotel hairdryers that hardly moves any air. The bed was SO comfy and they supplied tons of pillows. The closet was surprisingly large, complete with robes, hangers, iron and board, steamer, and a safe. Plenty of room for me to hang all of my work attire. The room was on the smaller side, but far from being cramped. I felt very safe here. Being my first time in San Francisco, I intentionally chose a hotel with rooms that must be accessed via a main lobby rather than exterior doors for every room. The doors to the lobby are locked in the evening and overnight, requiring a keycard for access. The room itself had a deadbolt and chain, in addition to the automatic keycard lock. I’d absolutely stay here again. Now for some things that weren’t quite perfect… - I was on the 7th floor and my window overlooked the roof of the shorter building next door. The HVAC units on the roof were *extremely* loud. I ended up grabbing some earplugs to sleep. No fault of the hotel obviously, but it was pretty disruptive. - The tub had a wrap around shower curtain rod meant to cover the foot and one long side of the tub. However, the shower curtain itself was just a standard one and not at all long enough. This made it a bit difficult to keep water from ending up outside the shower. I ended up draping a towel over the rod to catch what I could and putting a second towel on the floor outside the foot of the tub to catch the rest. - There’s one very small, very slow elevator for the whole building and the stairs are also narrow and shallow. As I’m nursing an ankle injury, I had to wait for the elevator each time, which could take upwards of 5 minutes to be free."

"Basic hotel - rooms are small, outdated, and cramped. Some have no AC or ventilation other than the windows being open and a ceiling fan. Stains on the carpet. Would not book again. Good if you are on a budget and not picky."

"Stayed here for business purposes, so company put me up here. Bed was nice, comfortable, staff was nice and friendly as well. That’s about all I can say that was good… first the elevator was small and slow as heck, only fits about 4 maybe 5 people (tightly). Room… bathroom is small, you can literally lay your head on the sink, wash your hands while sitting on the toilet!! To get into the Tub/Shower you have to squeeze between the sink & toilet. Not many places to put your bathroom items, not many places to put anything really, even in the room. Finally, speaking of the room… it was Cold, no central air or heat, they have this tiny three tube/pipe water heater to attempt to warm the room, which it fails miserably to do! It’s an old building, that needs a lot of upgrades just to make the rooms remotely comfortable, even in their tiny state."

"The hotel location was good, as it's close to Union Square with shopping and restaurants, and if you're fairly fit then you can walk to fisherman's wharf in mins through China town. Apart from that I'm afraid it's not great. The rooms are small and there's only 1 small lift for the whole hotel. Our room was above a restaurant so it smelt of grease all the time because the bathroom didn't have a window, just some slats that didn't close fully. This also made it cold at night. However, the most disappointing aspect was that the lobby area was nothing like the pictures (e.g. with a pool table, bar and darts board) because half the hotel is closed for construction. I'm very annoyed there was no warning this would be the case so I have asked hotels.com to pursue a refund."

King George Hotel has 3.9 stars from 883 reviews.

The address of King George Hotel is 334 Mason St, Union Square, San Francisco, California, US.

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