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Queen Anne Hotel

Queen Anne Hotel

1590 Sutter St
San Francisco, CA US 94109 Map It

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  • Great little place!

    04/04/2012

    It has character and feels more like staying in a b&b. only issue is no in-room fridge. i stay here every year!

    It has character and feels more like staying in a B&B. Only issue is no in-room fridge. I stay here every year!

  • It's like staying at grandma's house

    11/21/2011

    I've stayed a couple times at this hotel. the decor is awesomely garish. it's a great price, great location, free breakfast, and sherry and cookies.

    I've stayed a couple times at this hotel. The decor is awesomely garish. It's a great price, great location, free breakfast, and sherry and cookies.

  • Elegant old hotel but clean and efficient.

    06/19/2011

    The staff were all friendly and helpful. my room was small, but clean and comfortable. free internet worked without a hitch. a hidden gem.

    The staff were all friendly and helpful. My room was small, but clean and comfortable. Free internet worked without a hitch. A hidden gem.

  • a beautiful slice of SF history

    04/16/2011

    I first saw this hotel during a victorian houses tour and the minute i needed an overnight stay in sf i thought of it. the hotel and it's furnishing ...

    I first saw this hotel during a Victorian houses tour and the minute I needed an overnight stay in SF I thought of it. The hotel and it's furnishing were gorgeous and the staff most helpful and polite. Having it's own parking lot was a major advantage. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay

  • Queen Anne Hotel, near Japantown San Francisco

    12/13/2008

    We enjoyed our stay here, but be prepared for what the queen anne is. it is an old converted boarding school. the original building was built in late 1800 or ...

    We enjoyed our stay here, but be prepared for what the Queen Anne is. It is an old converted boarding school. The original building was built in late 1800 or early 1900? Some aspects of the hotel and room showed its age. The room was clean. My wife called it 'shabby sheek.' the room keys are old style punch-card type. The bathroom door was hard to properly close and lock but the bathroom was nicely updated with granite tile. One problem, we have an infant and were on the fourth floor...there were no screens or bars on our open window. This is dangerous for young children. There was no air conditioning and the only way to cool a stuffy room was to open the window. Cable TV reception was horrible but we were not hanging out in the room much. Very close to Japantown and lots of Sushi!

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