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Radisson Hotel Fisherman's Wharf hotel description>>
a great hotel in a central location
This hotel was in a great location if you want to visit the fisherman's wharf and pier 39 locations. There are plenty of restaurants to eat at nearby, but none in the hotel. To see the rest of the city the cable cars are about a ten minute walk from the hotel. We had no problems when we stayed here for 2 nights. They had plenty of parking so bringing a car was not an issue.
Stay at Radisson on fisherman's Wharf
Visited San Francisco for the Diamond Walnut Bowl on New Year's Eve and stayed at the Radisson on Fisherman's Wharf. All of the staff that I encountered were very nice, helpful and polite. We had a broken water glass that needed to be replaced and after calling the front desk, housekeeping arrived just moments later. This hotel is located in a very busy area and I expected it to be very noisy on New Year's Eve however I was pleasantly surprised at just how quiet the hotel was since our room was on the Fisherman's Wharf side of the building. We had no problem with the room, it was very clean and well maintained. Parking in the hotel lot is $23 a day. We had a very good experience and will stay there again.
We chose this hotel because of its very convenient location, virtually across the street from Piers 39 & 41 of Fisherman's Wharf. This is Tourist Central in S.F., whether you want to shop, see Alcatraz, cruise the bay, admire the sea lions,or take a bus tour--it's all there outside your door. You don't spend much time in the hotel. The lobby is small, with fee-based internet available, and a coffee cart (this Starbuck's lover found the coffee surprisingly good) and somewhat helpful concierge. Front desk staff seemed disinterested/on verge of being annoyed every time I dealt with them--maybe they are overworked. the 2 Elevators are independently programmed, therefore they are slow and inefficient. There is a small but servicable fitness center, and accessible through the pool courtyard is a diner style restaurant (which was blasting music way too loud for breakfast!). The pool courtyard is lovely, with a garden area; however, even though we were in S.F. during supposedly their warmest season (October), it was far too cold for outdoor swimming or, for that matter, sitting in the shady courtyard) We paid about $111 per night, plus $23 per day parking, for a room that was clean, spacious, and afforded us a nice view of Nob Hill and the south of the city. In short, the Radisson was all that we were looking for, and no more.
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