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Metropolis Hotel

25 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102

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Metropolis Hotel, San Francisco, California
$ 105
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Metropolis Hotel - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
The Hotel Metropolis in San Francisco is conveniently located near the famous Union Square. Just north of Market Street and one block west of the Powell street Cable Car stop, the hotel is at walking distance from the shopping district, the theaters, the Moscone Convention Center and Yerba Buena Gar...

No title - expert review
This Budget Hostel provides- Neat Rooms with Breakfast, 24Hr Internet cafe,Travel Desk(Value packages), Pickups at good prices and much more.You have come to right place if you are looking for a neat & budget place to stay in New Delhis Paharganj Area that is 5 minutes walk from New Delhi Railway St...

No title - expert review
Cool, contemporary and undeniably original, this eccentric hotel is a stark contrast to its Victorian-dominated surroundings. At the same time, it is a testament to the unique personalities that make up this cosmopolitan community. Unfortunately, the staff isn t as friendly and welcoming as the deco...

No title - expert review
San Francsico's most vivid boutique hotel rises from a 1930's landmark building. Featuring Complimentary Wireless Internett Access, the lobby and guest rooms have been designed to reflect the forces of nature: Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water. Each guest room includes two line phones with data ports, ha...

No title - expert review
San Francsicos newest city center boutique hotel rises from a 1930's landmark building. The lobby and guest rooms have been designed to reflect the forces of nature, earth, wind, fire, and water. Each guest room includes two line phones with data prost, fully stocked mini bars, hairdryer, iron and i...

No title - expert review
The Hotel Metropolis is located in a 1930s landmark building. The lobby and guest rooms have been designed to reflect the forces of nature/ earth, wind, fire and water. This is an ideal location for leisure and convention travellers alike being so close to all forms of public transportation to navig...

Long on personality. Short on polish. - user review
A self admitted boutique hotel junkie, I had to stay at the Metropolis. While I appreciated the creative theme of the hotel as well as the addition of the new restaurant, I think they could work on honing their guest service.The front desk staff was sufficiently friendly, but attentiveness seemed to...

OK, but be Careful - user review
An OK hotel with few amenities, but reasonable rates. It's close to the action of Union Square, but in a questionable setting in the Tenderloin District. The street people right outside are agressive, and if you are not used to this best to stay somewhere else. Note that at the front door all arrows...

Cute Hotel! - user review
During my stay at the Metropolis all of the staff was cordial and my room was comfortable. The neighborhood outside is kind of "rough", but they have a security guard so I felt comfortable. I would not have felt comfortable without one. Aside from needing to have juice at breakfast (like e...

Great value - user review
Ok.. So it's SF, you have to expect that rooms aren't going to be grand, unless your willing to pay a grand. My room was waay cool, the staff is waaay cool, and the location rocks. The rates are very reasonable. The area, borderline to the tenderloin district, is slightly shady, but definitely not d...

Charming? - user review
Stayed here a couple of days ago. Other then the check in desk with the waterfall, I wasn't very impressed. The hotel has no room service and didn't appear to have a restaurant. The rooms are very small and have little of the ambience your led to believe.My wife and I met friends for dinner and drin...

Good for the money - user review
Very beautiful atmosphere, curtious staff. Room was small, typical for a boutique hotel. Bed was comforatable room was decorated nicely. Very hip. Excellent val...

Beatiful Hotel so so service - user review
Walking into the hotel it is everything you would expect of a swank contemporary hotel with a bit of old charm. The beautiful decor begins with the glass front door, which you reach through the gated parking lot, and carried through to the floor to ceiling water feature in the main lobby. They even ...

Cheap and Cheerful - user review
A little dated but pleasant staff and very centrally located. Adjacent bar and restaurant very popular. Close to the 'adult' part of town which gave a poor impression on a late night arrival but a perfect spot for enjoying the cable car rides and beauty of San Francisco. Traveler's tip on shopping.S...

Nice hotel in downtown - user review
A very comfortable hotel. The staff was very friendly Traveler's tip on nightlife.Enjoy Fi...

a good, affordable, family hotel - user review
Except for the outrageous charge for the parking at the hotel lot, the hotel was excellent and the staff extremely helpful and accommodating to my children (3 and 6) my niece (17) and myself. the hotel is also in an excellent location near union square. My youngest child became ill and we had to ret...

loved it - user review
good price for great location (but do take their advice to turn left at front door, to avoid gritty tenderloin area) close to everything i wanted to see and many transport options, including F tram to fisherman's wharf very close, bus to amtrak a few blocks away, also tourist info center. friendly b...

Great location - user review
I was really impressed with the free wine tasting at night and the cleanliness of the rooms. The rooms are a little small and the street can be noisy, but nothing airplugs won't fix. The location is great and the hotel bar was really lively with live...

Convenient location, funky (but fun) decor - user review
Like other Personality Hotels, the Hotel Metropolis is a friendly, well staffed remake of an older hotel. The decor is very restful, the Zen Meditation room is a lovely touch, and the welcome package of toiletries is very unusual where else would you get a Harlequin Romance book The street noise can...

was ok - user review
Price was reasonable. room was tiny. Many refuges around hotel. walking distance from cable car stop. expensive parking fee. Traveler's tip on shopping.Most shop...

Very Nice - user review
Questionable are as most of SF can be but very nice hotel inside and for a cheaper price than most other hotels in the area. The staff was wonderful and the attached restaurant was excellent! Traveler's tip on getting the most out of your stay.Look for a door on Turk Street not a hotel on Mason Stre...

It Was OK - user review
Stayed for one night alone which was OK. The room was dinky, though, so when my friend joined me the next day it was a bit too cramped for two people. Couldn't sleep well due to street noise, but this isn't the hotel's fault. Tenderloin location is interesting to say the least kind of entertaining b...

Nice Hotel, Seedy Area - user review
The hotel itself was very nice. Good staff, clean rooms. Nice decor. Flat screen TV. Safe parking ($36)/day Unfortunately when you step outside the door, your in a pretty scary neighborhood. I felt fine in a group. At night, the people outside were screaming and yelling, fights, sirens, easily until...

Good hotel, great price! - user review
The overall quality and helpfulness of the staff was excellent. The room was smaller, but nice, confortable and clean. Location was great for the area I need to go! The only drawback I found was that there was no air conditioning in the room so you had to open the window which was very noisy. If you...

Not worth the price. - user review
The photos of the Metropolis make it look like a cool little boutique hotel. In fact, when you arrive in the lobby, you're surrounded by some hip decor. It's a downslide from there however. Other than a new coat of paint and swapping out old fixtures, the Metropolis lacks any upgrades that add to gu...

Excellent location - user review
The rooms are a little small when choosing a single although mine was spotless, warm, had a comfortable bed with a good shower. The only mild complaint was noise from the streets late on a Saturay night. With NO double glazing on the windows a light sleeper might have problems. Overall excellent loc...

Good deal - user review
The staff was great. Rooms are really small, as expected in San Francisco. The neighborhood is so so, but we felt safe in our room. Overall, it was a great deal for t...

Great Place for a one nighter - user review
This hotel was perfect! A friend and I wanted to go out dancing and didnt want to hassle with the 40 mile drive home after drinking. So we booked this hotel for the night. The room was small but for getting ready for a night on the town and a safe place to crash it was perfect. The decor was very mo...

Nice hotel, nasty location - user review
This is a really nice hotel for a great price for San Francisco, but it's on an absolutely horrible block, much more Tenderloin than Union Square. You can't get upstairs in the elevator without a room key, but you can walk right into the lobby day and night and I'd think they should have more securi...

Very clean, very courteous staff! - user review
Would stay here agai...

No title - user review
Nice lobby, wine in evening in mezzanine was nice touch. Rooms are clean but small. Hotel location is one drawback. It is a good value for tech city but, not in the greatest are...

Hotel Metropolis: Great location! - user review
Pretty decent hotel at a good price. Very good location! Right down by Union Square, two blocks from the BART, bus stops, cabel cars...

Good hotel - user review
Nice hotel that was very close to the Moscone center. They were able to ge me in the ...

don't stay here - user review
looks good on the web: but when you get there it comprises small rooms, dodgy location and no heating or aircon. So gi...

Rat Hole - user review
We expected from the advertising to find a deluxe guestroom . Instead, we were surprised to find a room that is 11 x 11, with no air conditioning or heat. The toi...

Thank but no thank's... - user review
Funny how much we depend on the picture's and long paragraph's describing the atmosphere...why is it that the loby is way more attractive than the room you'll be staying...

Really enjoyed it... - user review
We made our decision to stay at Metropolis based on their pet-friendly policies, which allowed our chihuahuas to accompany us on our SF trip. The location can't be beat, as th...

scared to death!! - user review
Overall, the hotel was clean. personel was very friendly and helpful. The room was stuffy, we asked were the thermostat was located...the hotel does not have air conditioning!! ...

great hotel for a low price - user review
I found this hotel on expedia for $83 a night. The hotel itself is very trendy and modern. Although the rooms are smallish, it is very clean and gets a lot of natural light with ...

Not bad for the price and location but be careful on the street! - user review
I stayed at this hotel for 4 nights in October 2004. It is in a convenient location, close to the Powell Street BART station (for easy access to and from the airport). However, i...

Will never ever go back - user review
Every other comment that you read on this review site is entirely true. I read these before going to Hotel Metropolis and just thought that people were exaggerating because it look...

dont stay here - user review
First of all, San francisco is a GREAT city. We love it. But they do have a homeless problem and they seem to congregate outside this hotel. The parking lot is gated so if you driv...

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