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Chancellor Hotel on Union Square guest reviews>>
Historic family owned hotel on Union Square
433 Powell St
This boutique hotel has been in the same family for four generations. It was built in 1914 for the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition, and, at 15 stories, was the tallest building in the city at that time. European styling throughout is augmented with photos and artwork of the exposition and the clipper ships of the mid-1800s. Complimentary freshly baked cookies, apples, and gourmet coffee are available in the lobby. Location is a high point: The hotel is on the Powell Street cable car line and steps from the stores and restaurants of Union Square. Major theaters are within 3 blocks.
A computer with high-speed Internet access is available for guest use. Guests also have complimentary access to the St. Francis Health Club across the street.
Airport transportation is available for an additional fee.
Extra person charges may apply depending on hotel policy.
Luques Restaurant and Bar - Open daily for breakfast and lunch, the Chancellor's in-house restaurant serves American-style meals (eggs, grilled sandwiches, salads). Leather benches ring the dining room, which seats 45 and is decorated with classic advertisements for French pastries and liquors.
The hotel's restaurant does not serve dinner, but there are several dining options within the surrounding area.
The hotel offers guests complimentary use of the St. Francis Health Club across the street. San Francisco Bay and Pacific Ocean beaches offer a variety of recreational opportunities such as windsurfing, fishing, birding, and bicycling. Golden Gate Park, about 4 miles from the hotel, offers myriad activities, including bicycling, skating, golf, boating, fly-fishing, hiking trails, handball, and tennis.
The recreational activities listed below are available either on-site or near the hotel; fees may apply.
This hotel has 137 guestrooms, all of which include TV-based high-speed Internet access (fee), and dual-line phones with data-port hookups and complimentary local calls. Beds have cushioned headboards; guests can choose from 12 pillow types, including buckwheat, satin, full-body, and magnetic therapy. Rooms have ceiling fans, and windows open to let in fresh breezes. Rubber ducks add a whimsical touch to the deep bathtubs.
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