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Not a comfortable stay this time....11/14/2009
On this trip checking in was a nightmare, the hotel not having my reservation on file from the travel website that was a first in the 10 years i've ...
On this trip checking in was a nightmare, the hotel not having my reservation on file from the travel website That was a first in the 10 years I've stayed at this hotel. When it was the Miyako Hotel, it was always my first choice place to stay in San Francisco. It is now the Kabuki Hotel, "refurbished' and run by a different hotel chain. I have stayed here numerous times in the past ten years and have recommended it to friends. While the personnel were helpful and polite, the hotel itself seemed very worn. On the plus side my room on the top floor was quiet, but the furnishings were chipped and scratched, the wall paper around the vent was discolored and coming off, even the soap dish was chipped. On my second night 2 face towels were missing, but the front desk took care of it right away. I noticed a tray of leftover food left on the floor by the elevator for an entire day, including the following morning. The hotel has lost it's freshness, but the location - adjacent to Japan Center and all the great shops and restaurants - can't be beat. It is close to the bus line to downtown and a convenient stroll to the trendy eateries and boutiques that line Fillmore St a few blocks northwest of the hotel. If I stay again at the Kabuki I will request a KIng Tower corner room instead of the Japanese style room (during previous stays the bathroom in the King corner room seemed newer). Also, the 16th floor Japanese room I stayed in didn't have enough electrical outlets. I had to unplug the only desk lamp in the room to plug in my battery charger.
My wife traveled to sf this weekend and booked her room through travel online and her worst fear came into play. when she arrived the hotel did not have her ...
My wife traveled to SF this weekend and booked her room through Travel online and her worst fear came into play. When she arrived the Hotel did not have her Travel online reservation in the system. I think most people fear that if they book through an online service, the reservation wouldn't be there. Well the front desk at the Hotel Kabuki was of no help to her...they said there policy is that they cannot do anything if a room is booked through a 3rd party (Travel online). They gave her a phone number for Travel agency and said call the number. They treated her poorly and put her through hell. My wife called me and I was able to get through to Travel online and they called the hotel to figure things out. We have always stayed at the Hotel Kabuki every time we travel to SF, needless to say we will no longer stay here nor use Travel online.
Hotel was good, decor wise...room was spacious. staff courteous! no good resturants nearby except japanese, you could be stuck! bus connections good. showers good...wi fi services very lucky ...
Hotel was good, decor wise...Room was spacious. Staff courteous! No good resturants nearby except Japanese, you could be stuck! Bus connections good. Showers good...Wi fi services very lucky if you get connected. Overall : Satisfactory!
We recently returned from a visit to san francisco. it was our 7th trip to the city, but the first stay at the hotel kabuki. we found the hotel to ...
We recently returned from a visit to San Francisco. It was our 7th trip to the city, but the first stay at the Hotel Kabuki. We found the hotel to be clean, comfortable and very hospitable. The location is quiet but convenient to many amenities. It seemed that other guests we met throughout our stay in passing were just as happy as we were. Everyone, from the concierges (all of them), the front desk personnel and housekeeping staff went out of their way to accommodate us. There is a restaurant attached to the hotel and we visited it several times during our stay. The service was friendly and the food wonderful. We will be back to San Francisco (one of our favorite cities) and the Hotel Kabuki will be our home away from home.
good service, great location09/18/2009
I grew up sf lalthough i haven't "t lived there for 40 yrs and i am very familiar with japantown. i recently spent 5 days at the kabuki to ...
I grew up SF lalthough I haven't "t lived there for 40 yrs and I am very familiar with Japantown. I recently spent 5 days at the Kabuki to show my girl friend the city. The Kabuki turned out to be a good choice. Its a great central location from which to explore the Bay Area. Japan town has at least 20 Japanese resturaunts within walking distance as is Tommy's Joint, the Filmore district and Van Ness Ave. The rooms were attractive and clean, the service was very friendly. (they have stopped room service - but it wasn"t missed). The only problem was what to do with the rental car. The hotel has no arraingment with the underground garage, so parking is $day if you don't use the car. Valet parking is $$ with unlimited in and out. We spent a lot of time looking for street parking th at was not metered. Be sure you can parallel park on a hill All and all, it was a nice trip.
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