We liked the hotel very much. It is fresh looking and feels updated with art deco elements in our queen room. It was a small room, but nothing that felt cramped. I thought it well laid-out for our space, reminding me of hotels in London.
There were no doors facing the street; aligned around courtyards covered with noise-cancelling indoor-outdoor matting. No fear of waking your fellow guests with your rolling bags. We did not experience any street noise. There are two elevators; one in the lobby and one to the garage.
They have a restaurant bar off the lobby. Local beers - a favorite - Fort Point on tap. We ate breakfast there on Sunday morning; service was a little slow but attentive. The food was very good and recommend their Bloody Mary, if only to look at it.
We did not have the experience of noticing homeless hanging right outside the hotel or other unfavorable experiences. Parking was $35 for one night. We took Uber around the City.More
- Free Wifi