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Comfortable and Quiet04/03/2012
Our stay at the kabuki hotel was very enjoyable. we asked to be in a quiet room away from geary ave, and the receptionist put us on the 15th floor ( ...
Our stay at the Kabuki Hotel was very enjoyable. We asked to be in a quiet room away from Geary Ave, and the receptionist put us on the 15th floor (there are 16 floors altogether). Very quiet indeed! Our bed was extremely comfortable, but the room was a bit on the small side, and so were the towels. The shower head is a little low, but the deep soaking bath tub more than makes up for that. The shower over tub area is a very interesting setup indeed. Don't get me wrong, the natural stone is very appealing and modern. However, there is now shower curtain or sliding glass door over the tub. The glass door is about 4 feet away from the tub. Meaning when you step out of the tub, the towel mat and floor is sopping wet (when you're taking a shower). To remedy this, I put a towel up high on the towel bar, and my clothes outside of the glass door. Also, if you are showering, there is no wood door at all separating the common area from the shower area. Meaning if you're staying with friends, relatives, etc, well...... It's for that reason, that I wouldn't recommend this hotel for anyone else other than married couples.
the hotel staff was very accomadating03/29/2012
Loved the area, easy walking to tons of restaurants and features to look at. only problem was a small room, leaky faucets in the bathroom, and no fan in the ...
Loved the area, easy walking to tons of restaurants and features to look at. Only problem was a small room, leaky faucets in the bathroom, and no fan in the bathroom.
The Japanese ambiance was soothing and refreshingly different11/19/2011
I stayed here twice over the course of 6 weeks. the first time was a corner room with a large queen bed and lounger, the second time was a slightly ...
I stayed here twice over the course of 6 weeks. The first time was a corner room with a large queen bed and lounger, the second time was a slightly smaller double room. Both stays were excellent. The location is excellent with nearby public transportation. The Japanese theme is not overdone and the rooms were pleasantly decorated and clean. The bathroom is outstanding with a large shower and deep soaking tub in one area behind a glass door. All of the staff, particularly the front desk, were exceptionally pleasant and helpful. The only negative was the breakfast offering - buffet only and quite expensive. Luckily there are lots of nearby options - yummy cafes and coffee houses. Overall, I'd recommend this and will definitely stay there again.
Value for your $, good food and wonderfully hospitable service.11/02/2011
They not only made me feel welcome, they act like i am their long lost relative, helps me to my room with my luggage, without being asked. the food is ...
They not only made me feel welcome, they act like I am their long lost relative, helps me to my room with my luggage, without being asked. The food is good, though the wait can be long at times. I like the way they replenished the food, breakfast, and snacks during the conference. Nice touch of having fresh fruits and truffles. Wow, to get that at a conference and coffee and tea were refilled often!
I don't usually write reviews, good or bad. however, our recent experience with the kabuki compelled me to share. our teenaged son was having a medical procedure done and ...
I don't usually write reviews, good or bad. However, our recent experience with the Kabuki compelled me to share. Our teenaged son was having a medical procedure done and would need plenty of rest for his recovery. The hospital recommended the Kabuki, noting the quiet rooms, (among other amenities.) They were spot on! I have to start by mentioning Michael, the Door Man. First impressions are important, and the Door Man is your first contact with hotel staff. Whoever hired Michael for the door knew what they were doing. He is pleasant, funny and very eager to please, yet not obsequious. He has a way of making you feel like you are the most important guest at the hotel. We never bothered with the concierge. Whenever we needed something, we went to Michael, who was all too happy to assist. If you decide to stay at the Kabuki, be sure to take a minute to chat with Michael. He is a wonderful part of the whole "experience". The excellent service didn't stop at the door. All of the staff were very friendly and eager to please. The atmosphere was relaxed, and this was due to the hotel staff. If you have a problem, (any problem), they will bend over backward to help you. (At one point, our taxi was taking too long to get there, so they put us in the hotel Town Car and chauffeured us to the hospital for our appointment! Now THAT's service!) After checking in, we started the short walk to our room. We were taken by the cleanliness of the hotel, especially compared to other hotels we've stayed in. After being there a couple of days, we wondered when they actually did the cleaning, since we never heard a vacuum cleaner, or saw anyone swinging a mop. Yet clearly, cleaning was an ongoing event. Our room, (an Executive Sauna Suite), was beautiful, spacious, very quiet, and yes, clean! Very pleasing to the eye. The bathroom was amazing! I'm one who has always preferred a shower to a bath, but I just had to try that tub! I don't think I've ever soaked in a tub that long in my life. (The wife has informed me that when I retire, we will be putting one of these in our home... o_O) The Sleep Number bed was just fantastic! (Yes, she wants one of those too...) I like my bed a little firmer than she does and this was an awesome solution. We slept like a couple of rocks! As to the room being quiet, we never heard another guest while inside our room. REALLY! That has been our biggest peeve with other hotels. Not an issue here. What's amazing about that is that the hotel was full. Be sure to take advantage of the complimentary Continental Breakfast. For $5 per person, we "upgraded" the breakfast to include some extras, and it was great. Great food can be found within easy walking distance of the hotel. Just ask Michael on your way out the door. Japan Town itself was beautiful, clean and quiet. You can actually walk the streets late at night and feel safe, (which we did.) The people there are wonderfully friendly. Fun shopping to be had at the connected mall and the many shops along the streets. When/if you need to leave Japan Town for other city attractions, most are about a $7 cab ride away. (If you're not familiar with driving in the city, park the car and take a cab. Trust me on this...) When it was time to leave, we didn't want to go... so we didn't! We wanted to keep the same room, but it was already booked for that night, so they, (very apologetically), gave us a different room. It was the same "type" of room, (Executive Sauna Suite), and they gave us the same rate, which was nice. Since checkout time is at noon, and check in time is at 3PM, we asked if there was something we could do with our luggage, other than storing it in our car until the new room was ready. They told us that we could just leave everything in our current room and that they would move it for us. (And again, THAT's service!) If you are looking for quiet and relaxation, this is your hotel. You will find peace there. And when you're ready to see the sights, everything you might want to see is just a quick cab ride away. We got a very good rate for our stay, but I would gladly pay full price and consider it money well spent. Our only disappointment was that I wanted to buy one of their complimentary robes for my wife to take home on our way out. (They offer them for $80.) She raved about them and kept hers on most of the time we were in our room. Unfortunately, the robes were on order and they were out of extras. (Must be popular...) At least we were able to buy a couple of the coffee mugs they have in the rooms. (Nice mugs!) My wife and I are planning to go back there for our anniversary. I think when we make the reservations, I'll ask them to save us a robe! Thank you Kabuki!
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