Great Location and Comfortable Beds
-Excellent Location with easy access to multiple neighborhoods, felt a bit grimy but not unsafe -Decent Sized Rooms -Extremely Comfortable Beds, Slept really Well -Friendly Staff
-Bathroom Sink Drained Slowly -No view from the room -Amenity fee--didn't seem to get any value for it -Only one tiny elevator, had to wait for a while at times -Restaurant/Bar is closed on Sundays
If you know which streets to skip, the location is good
Too many homeless in the area. Remodeling made it dirty. The images are false advertising
The staff was quite helpful and also let me leave my bag for the days whilst I was gone. I would highly recommend it and will plan on staying there next time I am in town!
Saw many complaints about the location but it was a great area within walking distance of Union Square, Chinatown and other locations to get to via public transportation and lyft. The staff (from the front desk to the maintenance) was all incredibly helpful and kind. If you want to stay around Union Square, this is the place to do it!
The elevator was a bit small and the closet didn't have a light in it so it was a bit hard to see in there. Additionally, when windows were open due to sleep temperature, it was a little loud despite choosing a "quiet room." Otherwise, we loved it!
very cleanly and has a cool atmosphere. Close to really good food and some cool places.
I liked everything about the hotel itself! The location was pretty convenient and accessible to public transportation.
I did not like the fact that there was no hotel parking. We had to pay for overnight parking and the total came out to $95 for 2 nights.
Very nice overall
Quaint and charming architecture and modern decor throughout. Front desk staff was very nice, the girls gave me tips on using Uber and a coupon code for my first ride. They also alerted me to the fact that the church down the street double parks on the street and blocks you in. Comfortable bed Good neighborhood for walking if you like to shop as it is very close to Union Square. I was lucky and scored a parking space right outside the front door and only had to pay one hour at the meter on Saturday (Sunday was free)
Street noise was substantial, but this is downtown SF after all so it wasn't unexpected. Just bring earplugs. Bathroom was very tiny and a little cramped, but made up for it in charm. Nice big and deep bathtub helped.
Peaks & Valleys
I liked the location was close to many top tourist attractions. Staff was exceptional.
Did not like the neighborhood and noise from the streets.
Location & front desk personnel were friendly & helpful.
8th floor had a bad order. It was very loud. Thought room should have had fridge & a complimentary breakfast with stay!
Nothing special, but nothing wrong with the place. Clean room, nice beds, and friendly staff.
Thin walls and floors allow you to hear your neighbors conversations and bowel movements.
The rooms were small but nice. It suited our needs and there were recent renovations.
The staff was very rude when checking out. There was miscommunication when talking about parking fees. The signs they have are misleading and she was being a "b" when talking to us. I would not go back just because of her.
Formerly known as Hotel Mark Twain = now Tilden Hotel This timeless boutique hotel blends effortless styles and textures with clean urban design and modern amenities. As lively as the neighborhood that surrounds it; the Tilden Hotel welcomes travelers seeking to stay for work; pleasure; or both. The Tilden pays homage to the past; present; and future of this unique neighborhood; through clean design and uncomplicated class. With an unassuming presence defined by organic aesthetic choices; this stylish hotel offers open spaces that promote creativity and comfort.
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