September 8, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Clift San Francisco in San Francisco, California
It is swank, it is seductive, and it is one of San Francisco's sexiest hotels. Clift is inspired by its own glamorous past and is infused with ultramodern touches. Designer extraordinaire Philippe Starck set out to create one of the city's most talked-about retreats, and Clift is just that. Located just off Union Square, within easy reach of tony Nob Hill, the hotel's collection of rooms is striking, featuring subtle hints of color, displays of avant-garde art, and million-dollar views of the city skyline. Below guest chambers, the soaring lobby hosts an eclectic and renowned furniture collection, including work by Salvador Dali and a 35-foot bronze fireplace by Gerard Garouste. With such dramatic grace and contemporary energy, the Clift promises a noteworthy experience at every turn.
Within Clift you will find a number of landmark lounges and public retreats. The historic Redwood Room has been recently transformed and now plays a central role as one of the city's most elegant bars. Just off the lobby, Living Room is fashioned after a traditional British club or drawing room, and invites guests to imbibe in its oversize velvet sofas and leather wing chairs. Perhaps Clift's most notable contribution to the city though is Velvet Room, the award-winning eatery that first introduced the concept of Asian-Latin cuisine. Guests graze on innovative fare served with a side of dramatic appointments - billowy silk drapes, oversize banquettes crafted from mahogany and leather, hand-blown Murano lamps imported from Italy, and illuminated tables configured into a design that promotes conversation. The sensory experience continues beyond Clift, onto the bustling streets of San Francisco that fan out in every direction. Take the cable car to Fisherman's Wharf or head towards the Embarcadero where the century-old Ferry Market Building is brimming with savory food stalls and a weekly farmers' market. Discover the style and vitality of San Francisco, beginning with your very hotel room, with a stay at Clift.
Location of Clift San Francisco
Nearest Airport: SFO
Amenities for Clift San Francisco
- General Information
- 363 Guest Rooms
- 2 Bars
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Valet Parking
- In-Room Spa Services
- In-Room Amenities
- Satellite Television
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Meeting Rooms
- Historic Sites
- Public Transportation
- Culture & Arts
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Clift San Francisco
We stayed at the Clift for a few days early August and while the hotel looks very nice and the service was excellent, from the cleaning ladies to the bartenders and concierge that helped us to book a tour, there are a few things I am not sure about (see below). Our room was comfy and well furnished with Good comfy bed. The few things that I found irritating with the hotel: I booked the hotel through Expedia and was asked to answer a questionnaire after checking in. Part of it was about receiving an upgrade and some drinks vouchers for the bar. We received neither so I answered no and got a mail from the hotel saying they did give us some free drinks vouchers (they did not) and there was no upgrade available when we checked in. Not a big deal, as our room was fine, and with the drinks too. Saying that, not sure why they are saying they are offering something they do not, especially as we did not ask for anything in the first place. Other little things that bugs me: sound system alarm clock not compatible with Iphone 5, 6 or 7, Also to charge your phone, the wall plugs are away from desk or table so You have to leave your phone on the floor to be charged. We were charged $28 per day for hotel fees that were supposed to includes free coffees in the lobby in the morning... that only happened once in 4 days as the rest of the time there was only an empty urns and empty dirty cups scattered on all tables in the lobby areas. Disappointing. So while this is a nice hotel I am not sure we will be back next time we visit SF.
David F - New York
Its fine to stay in some rooms are small with no views at all lobby is busy valet service ok (no bags taken in out of car) - location central gym good/ breakfast was good not fully included in room rate
Tristan R - Beaconsfield
Hotel is centrally located 2 blocks from union square although in the tenderloin district. many great restaurants in the area. We went to pinecrest diner, Mensho, Bota, Bellini which were all worth a visit. Also lining up seems to be normal in SF so enjoy.
dk008 - Calgary
Hadn't stayed here since it was "the place to stay"... several years ago. Was very happy to see that it was affordable, yet still in good shape. Probably due for a refurb, but very well maintained. Couple oddities, like a shower head that emerged from the wall at about chest height (and I'm not tall). The sound barrier at the adjoining door to the suite next door was lacking. Conversation was easily heard. If I understood Russian, I'd likely know what Trump's next moves were going to be. The lobby area bars used to be quite a scene, but now seem like a solid place for a private conversation and good cocktail, at least during the week. Never lose the big chair! It's an icon. Overall, a great place in a great location for jumping off to other places in the city. Stay classy, Clift!
rtbarry33 - phz, az
Clift Hotel is a fun place! The decor and atmosphere are eclectic and artsy. We loved everything about this hotel. The room was cozy with an amazingly comfortable bed. Bathroom was clean. We really enjoyed the Redwood bar. Very interesting decor and artwork. I highly recommend the Clift Hotel.
Jmcbl - Vancouver