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All reviews bay bridge ferry building great location rooms are small exposed brick giants game window seat farmers market bay view room restaurant downstairs turn down service room service comfortable bed financial district valet parking front desk staff easy access
I stayed at Hotel Griffon while attending a conference at the nearby Hyatt.
The hotel has a terrific location near the Ferry Terminal Building and with views of the Bay Bridge.
Staff was quite friendly and helpful.
My room was comfortable with a nice bed...More
Always love our stay at the Hotel Griffon, it's our hotel of choice whenever we are in town. The customer service is exemplary, quiet comfortable accommodations and the turndown w/chocolates always makes me smile. It's a wonderful touch that sets it apart. We've stayed here...More
Thank Debra C
Response from Scott O, General Manager at Hotel Griffon - A Greystone HotelResponded 12 June 2018
Thanks for staying with us again at the Hotel Griffon! I truly appreciate your wonderful review on TripAdvisor!
See you on your next trip to San Francisco.
Area General Manager
Hotel Griffon on the Embarcadero
This little boutique hotel has everything you could possibly want: location (a block from Embarcadero and the Bay Bridge), friendliness, cleanliness, comfortable and quiet room, excellent bed, a very nice attached restaurant... There's even a view of the Bay from the hall window (and probably...More
It was the more fantastic boutique hotel visit ever! The hotel presented it self as a homey, yet classy place to stay. The intimate ambiance was unique and when you travel with frequency, it is beautiful to come home at the end of a grueling...More
Hotel is in a wonderful location with many shops and restaurants nearby. The restaurant had a wonderful selection available, dined there for a quick lunch after a long flight and it was very memorable.
Check in was very fast and easy. Made the reservation through...More
Hotel Griffon invites you to experience what was voted "Best Boutique Hotel" and "Best 24 Hour Getaway" by San Francisco Magazine. Situated along San Francisco's stylish Embarcadero waterfront, our certified green …Morehotel is the perfect choice for business and leisure travelers who seek a pleasant and charming alternative to the chain hotel. Indulge in an appealing San Francisco boutique hotel inspired by European sensibility and enjoy exceptional amenities that include well-appointed guestrooms and luxury suites, delectable on site dining at Perry's on the Embarcadero, and distinguished meeting space for business travel. Less
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US$ 186 - US$ 609 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Also Known As
Griffon Hotel San Francisco
Griffon San Francisco
United States > California > San Francisco > SoMa / South Beach
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South of Market (SoMa), has an urban and sophisticated vibe, but you're more likely to find big nightclubs and lots of industrial loft residences than you are to find boutique shopping. Although it’s the epicenter for tech startups in the city, visitors will be able to do more than just business - museums, top quality restaurants, and the San Francisco Giants now call this neighbourhood home. Most of its freeway-sized
streets may not capture the same character as other neighbourhoods in the city, but pockets of charm, like South Park, can still be found throughout its side streets.
It was a little bit confusing because when I first went there I checked their website and it sounded like there would be parking available, as if you could get a pass with your room(?) but when I arrived I as informed that... More
It was a little bit confusing because when I first went there I checked their website and it sounded like there would be parking available, as if you could get a pass with your room(?) but when I arrived I as informed that the only option the hotel offered was a valet service that seemed very expensive (to me). However there was overnight street parking available--possibly not the best choice, as long as you were prepared to move the vehicle before 8 AM. A friend had lent me their car, and so that worked quite well for me. It is definitely a consideration (the associated price of parking), but generally I take an Uber to and from the airport and use the MUNI or CalTrain public transit if I need to, but typically I walk everywhere on these business trips. YMMV