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This Queen Anne Victorian structure was erected in 1905 as the opulent Sultan Turkish Baths. Two decades later the Baths closed,and the entire building was remodeled into a European style boutique hotel. Intimate guestrooms feature lovely floral motifs, unique architectural features, and fresh flowers. The celebrated Fino restaurant features traditional Italian cuisine prepared in an open kitchen and served in a romantic and intimate atmosphere.
All reviews complimentary glass of wine continental breakfast petite suite union square rooms are small corner king every morning ceiling fan antique elevator post st each evening two blocks european style quaint hotel street noise the heart of the city stayed here for nights
We stayed there 3 days. Our room was cleaned & tidy. They serve a small breakfast on each floor in the the hallway which was very good. The hotel is close to good restaurants, downtown about 3 blocks. Staff was extremely helpful too. They also...More
I visited The Andrews for a business trip in December. Check-in was fine, however my room was filthy. There was actually a dirty towel closed up in my shower curtain. When I went down to report it to the receptionist, he accused me of lying....More
We stayed five nights in this central hotel, a few steps from Union square, one block from the tram and close to the best restaurants in town.
the Hotel is small historical, wifi, breakfast and good hospitality
First the good; the staff are wonderful. They do everything in their power to make up for the physical plant. Where do I start on the bad? The hotel was built over 100 years ago and the rooms look it. No air conditioning, and the...More
We stayed at Andrews Hotel San Fran. for 3 nights. In lobby it is very dated and a total refurbishing is necessary. Has an old smell to it when you walk in. Check in was easy & staff at front are friendly/helpful. Elevator is quaint/different....More
I travel a lot with work and have gotten used to the daily deposit process at the hotels I stay at. I agree it is a pain as the hold is not taken off for 4 or 5 business days, it just seems to be a pretty common practice... More
I travel a lot with work and have gotten used to the daily deposit process at the hotels I stay at. I agree it is a pain as the hold is not taken off for 4 or 5 business days, it just seems to be a pretty common practice. I do make a point of checking my credit card online each night to ensure it is the amount they stated, not more etc. and to make sure it comes off.
Response from gordonrichards123 | Reviewed this property |
They took a record/swipe of my Visa card for any future damage or extras but no cash was required. But it may differ from guest to guest. But it definable won't be a nightly deposit for 5, 6 or 7 nights.