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Situated in downtown's French Quarter, Hotel des Arts is adjacent to Chinatown's gate, Union Square, and the financial district. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and the famous restaurants of North Beach are walking distance from the hotel. The hotel is 5 miles from San Francisco International Airport. Contemporary art from local artists is displayed on the walls of the 5-story Hotel des Arts, making it feel more like a gallery than a boutique hotel. Guests are served a complimentary Continental breakfast each morning. The front desk is open 24 hours a day. Multilingual staff can provide concierge services, tour assistance, and business services. Parking is provided nearby for an additional charge. This is a smoke-free property. Hotel des Arts has 43 guestrooms. Televisions are equipped with premium satellite channels and beds have premium bedding. Complimentary wireless Internet access is provided along with 2-line phones with data ports and voice mail. Rooms come with private bathrooms or shared bathrooms with in-room wash basins. Additional amenities include irons/ironing boards and hair dryers. Guestrooms are non-smoking.
Overall Guest Score
"Terrific location." "Great location"
100% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
100% liked the proximity to shopping.
"Great service." "Friendly staff"
77% said the reception staff was great.
Housekeeping was great, according to 73%.
"Very good internet connection." "Free WiFi"
"Food is average." "No fruits" "Cafe, its great" "Fancy food"
Yummy desserts, said 88%.
60% found the side dishes unedible.
"Rooms are ok." "Paper thin walls"
68% complained about the bathroom.
Beds were acceptable for 67%.
"Vibe wasn't good." "Elevators are small and old-fashioned"
For 68%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard.
"Breakfast is below average." "Breakfast not worth bothering"
"Bad amenities." "Elevators are small and old-fashioned"