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Hotel ready needs a facelift
Reviewer: San Francisco visitor, New York, NY

Over the last ten years, I've stayed at the Diva four times. The location, across the Street from the American Conservatory Theater and two blocks from Union Square, stores and restaurants, is very convenient. The rooms are small, and the decor is (or was, in its heyday) industrial-boutique-hip.But the hotel is showing its age, and the gleam is off. My room smelled stale. Carpets are looking worn, the built-in hair dryer in my bathroom was broken (the front desk did send someone out to the corner drugstore for a replacement), the guest computers in vending machine rooms are slow, antiquated iMacs, and all in all, I came away feeling that the hotel needs an overhaul.

The Diva: Something very different than Home
Reviewer: San Francisco visitor, Los Angeles, Cal

The Diva..a prima dona only in the sense that is unique in its simplicity. I found it very refreshing both in its furniture design and color choices. Soft, lite colors reminding me of the ocean. The furniture: clear,clean lines. I had a very spacious room.I was traveling alone. However, I thought if I wanted to have a romantice weekend and wanted to avoid clutter and frills I would choose the Diva. Its very sensuous in a modern way. The room was quiet ( I had an inside room) I liked that the sink and mirror was within the room so that I could dry my hair without the steam from the shower. Upon going to bed,when traveling, I often like to keep a light on in the bathroom. At the Diva I noticed this long white cylinder in the corner of the room. It was a lamp, a column of light that could be dimmed to any level. What a sweet nite lite! For a woman traveling alone this is a perfect hotel. The staff is friendly and helpful.Great location. They promptly called a Shuttle for me to the Oakland airport. The hotel is attached to a Starbucks. So coffe in the morning before my meeting was easy. Again this is not the decor I would choose to live in but it certainly was refreshing. Thankyou, Refreshed Buisness Traveler

Nice hotel, great location
Reviewer: San Francisco visitor, Campbell, CA

We got a nice room for $99 for a Saturday night. Two blocks from Union Square, one block from Max's deli. The continental breakfast is gone, but I it think it was replaced by the Starbuck's that you can enter from the lobby. The A.C.T. theatre is across the street. I think the other one is the Curan. The hotel has an extreme modern decor. Lots of brushed metal. It was interesting for the character. The bed was nice.There was a fair bit of street noise and we were six floors up.

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