A very chic boutique lobby greets visitors when they check-in. Room was on the 3rd floor and was rather smaller than I had anticipated (containing two single beds). Almost everything else about the accommodation was fine (being at the rear of the hotel meant no noise from busy Sutter Street). The one drawback to the guest bedrooms is that the walls separating are very, very thin! I heard people in the next room snoring (amongst other things!).
The hotel serves a complimentary buffet breakfast in the well-renowned Empire Plush Room (not that I took advantage of it, however).
There certainly is no problem with regard to dining as there are just too many places to name, easily situated within walking distance around the hotel, to enjoy a meal or even a simple coffee and danish pastry.
I would certainly stay here again, but would bring earplugs!
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