Located in Chinatown, this hotel is within five minutes' of Transamerica Pyramid. It features a spa and wellness centre, as well as an airport shuttle, limited hours room service and a 24-hour business centre.
There are a range of facilities available to those staying at Hilton San Francisco Financial District, such as a coffee bar, wireless internet access in public areas and valet parking. Reception operates 24/7 and the friendly staff can suggest places to visit and provide other tourist information.
All rooms are air conditioned and equipped with a flat-screen TV, a hair dryer and cable/satellite channels. They each offer a private bathroom, a bathtub and an in-room safe.
During their stay at Hilton Financial District in San Francisco, guests can enjoy a meal at 750 Restaurant & Bar, which offers local specialties. Drinks are served at bar. Guests can also try one of the many bars and cafés in the local area.
Hilton Financial District San Francisco is close to the area's well-known sightseeing attractions, including Embarcadero (San Francisco), Union Square Plaza and Coit Tower, which are a short walk away. 555 Mission Street and San Francisco Transbay Development are each within walking distance.
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Cons:Oh boy..where should i begin? i was on a long business trip, checked in for 21 nights. Unfortunately i've experienced more issues in this hotel than in any other hotel i have ever stayed in, not just Hilton.. and trust me i stayed in many of them! Here's a summary of my experience at the HILTON SAN FRANCISCO FINANCIAL DISTRICT: [Air conditioning] At the very beginning, i was given an 'Upgraded' room with a nice city view, a balcony, and a non-working air conditioner. I called the front desk, who sent a technician that fixed the issue for an hour then it died again. The day after, i called the front desk and they sent a technician for the 2nd time, who told me this time that i either need to change my room or let him replace the entire air conditioner unit which will take 2-3 hours. Since it was 9 PM,i suggested he will enter my room during the day while i am at work and replace the unit, the technician confirmed and said he will come back the day after. a day passes by, i come back from work at around 9:30PM , and the air conditioner is still dead. I go to the front desk and they appologize and suggest to replace my room, i agree to do it the day after. [Water leakage] Overnight, at around 3AM i hear the sound of drops.. i turn on the light, and there is a WATER LEAKING FROM THE CEILING directly into my open luggage!!! I had to empty my luggage in the middle of the night and put it upside down to dry. clothes are now wet and stinky! The hotel management appologized and changed my room immediately. The managers (Anthony / Alonso) suggested to take my clothes and send them to the dry cleaning and so i did.. I thought that this will be the last incident i'll have..but of course i was wrong! [The noisiest room] Next, They put me in a new room which had a scenic view to the Bay, but unfortunately located next to the elevator which is the busiest area in the floor. Quickly enough i realized that the Elevator is not the only problem in the room, because right next to the elvator there's the floor's vending and ice machines which was used 24/7 so it was probabely the noisiest room in the hotel. (Who doesn't like to wake up in 2AM to the sound of a coca-cola bottle dropping of a vending machine right next to your door?) In that room (2701) i also had neighboors who: - brought a dog and put the dog in the balcony for hours, - smoked a bunch of blunts and threw the butts on my side of the balcony - Partied all night with loud music (till 4 AM) even though i called the front desk and the front desk confirmed that they will take care of it (which they never did. obviously!) [Keys that never works] Over a week or so, Digital key (Hilton app) wouldn't work anymore. I had to ask for Physical keys, which unfortunately didn't work more than once or twice. Eventually i had to go to the front desk and replace my Physical keys about 5-6 times in a week. [Elevator with a surprise!] At te evenings, you'll enjoy a long waiting line to the elevator. one of the evenings i waited in the lobby for 20 min just to get into an elevator! Eventually it seems like taking the elavator is slower than taking the stairs But that's not all, one day the elevator door opened and a revealed a very surprised couple who had sex inside the elevator!! (March 27th around midnight) So, if your'e into kinky sex scens you might want to wait for the elevator after all. [Overcharged] To make this stay epic - the final reciept shown that i've been overcharged $605 for parking that i never used!!! Called the accounting department and they admitted their mistake. [Conclusion] SOMTHING NEEDS TO CHANGE IN THIS HOTEL! and i say that as a Hilton Diamond club member who spent 100+ nights in the last year only. Due to tis stay, I am currently re-considering keeping my Diamond status, already registered to IHG and Marriot for my next stays.
Cons:Let’s start with cleaning the room , following social distancing (which wasn’t happening in that hotel when I traveled) and of course, customer service has to be improved. Sooner the better
Cons:Nothing hotel wise. Only issue was a weirdness from the back bar area. Felt I was being monitored and made me feel uncomfortable.
Cons:Could hear everything around us. Water pressure was very low. Nothing that made it worth the price.
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All reservations at Hilton San Francisco Financial District – even non-cancellable stays – on or before June 30, 2020, are eligible for a full refund. For more information, visit the Hilton Corporate Response to COVID-19 page.
If you will be staying at the Hilton San Francisco Financial District with your family, there are several amenities that you can take advantage of for the little ones. In addition to the on-site restaurant having its own special children's menu, high chairs can be provided for free. Mini fridges with kid-friendly snacks and beverages can be included in rooms upon request, and Pac n Plays are available for no charge. If you need to have a rollaway bed, one can be placed in your room for a fee of $25 per night.
To treat yourself during your stay at the Hilton San Francisco Financial District, book the Stay Hilton, Go Out package, as it includes two free welcome beverages, late check-out, and access to high-speed Wi-Fi. The Essential Extras package is similar, but it includes free daily breakfast instead of drinks, as well as $10 worth of credit for everyday that you are at the hotel. If you will be staying at the hotel for work, select the Business Plus package, which includes $25 of daily credit, access to premium Wi-Fi, and late check-out.
For a room that is both chic and spacious, book one of the several rooms that are on the Premium Floor, as many of them can fit up to four guests and will provide you with access to the Executive Lounge. If you are interested in staying in a room that provides a particularly scenic view of the city, select a Premium Floor room that offers views of the nearby bay, which are located on either the 20th, 21st, or 23rd floors.
If you are hoping to explore San Francisco as affordably as possible, consider using public transportation to move throughout the city. The Kearny St & Clay St bus stop is only a 3m walk from the Hilton San Francisco Financial District, and it services lines 8, 8AX, and 8BX, while the Clay St & Montgomery St bus stop is a 4m walk from the hotel and services lines 1, 30X, and 41. One-way bus tickets cost $2.75 per person, and day passes can be purchased for approximately $5.
When traveling between San Francisco International Airport and the Hilton San Francisco Financial District, driving and public transportation will both generally take you between 35 to 45m. If you will have a lot of luggage or will be traveling in a group, it is best to rent your own car or take a taxi. Enterprise and Budget both have rental offices at the airport, while a one-way Uber ride will cost you around $32. If you use public transportation instead, it is best to take one of the BART trains, such as the yellow line. (Prices checked 26/06/19).
Hilton San Francisco Financial District is located at 750 Kearny Street in Financial District, 0.8 km from the center of San Francisco. Cable Car Museum is the closest landmark to Hilton San Francisco Financial District.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Hilton San Francisco Financial District.
No, Hilton San Francisco Financial District does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Hilton San Francisco Financial District does not offer free parking.
No, Hilton San Francisco Financial District does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Hilton San Francisco Financial District is 18.8 km from Oakland. Hilton San Francisco Financial District is 19.4 km from San Francisco.
Yes, Hilton San Francisco Financial District is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Hilton San Francisco Financial District does not have a pool onsite.