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Renoir Hotel San Francisco

3 Stars

45 McAllister Street Civic Centre San Francisco CA 94102


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Rating
Cleanliness 4
Facilities 4
Service 4
Location 4
Pricing 5
Overall 4.2
Designed in classic European flair, the privately owned Renoir Hotel San Francisco makes for a cosy base in the vibrant centre of downtown San Francisco. From the boutique hotel, tourists can see the displays about Asian art and culture at Asian Art Museum and over 26,000 modern artworks at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Guests can also catch theatre performances at American Conservatory Theater and War Memorial Opera House less than a mile away.

Location
Renoir Hotel is situated off 45 McAllister Street in downtown San Francisco, a few steps from UN Plaza and Civic Center/UN Plaza Station. Go on a shopping spree at Nordstrom San Francisco Shopping Centre after seeing the early cable cars at Cable Car Museum.

Rooms
All 133 rooms and suites offers a relaxing ambience equipped with homey furniture and conveniences such as bathtub/shower combination, work desk, cable TV with movies and safe deposit box. High-speed Internet access is also available in all units (fees apply).

Restaurant
Renoir San Francisco lets guests enjoy mouth-watering local cuisines and other delicious favourites at the restaurant on site. The bar/lounge serves cocktails and wines.

General
Renoir Hotel San Francisco provides facilities such as Internet terminal and coffee and tea vending machine in lobby, valet parking and fax/copy service (fees apply). The hotel also offers sightseeing tours and airport shuttle service.

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Parking Facilities (At Cost)
  • Restaurant
  • Concierge
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Lobby
  • Photocopying Facilities
  • Smoke Free Hotel
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Internet Access - Wireless
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Reception
  • Tour Desk

Room Facilities

  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Safe
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Modem / Data Port Connection
  • Telephone
  • Hairdryer
  • Radio
  • Voicemail

Renoir Hotel San Francisco Guest Reviews (54)


Renoir Hotel San Francisco
3 out of 5

Since it was my first time to San Francisco, I found the hotel convenient in terms of location and cleanness. However I wasn't completely satisfied due to the unavailable wireless internet, which I think should be available with no extra charges for the hotel guests such as other hotels. I had to go to the bakery on the corner several times a day just to check my email! The staff was friendly, helpful and cooperative.

Salam wrote on January 18, 2012


Renoir Hotel San Francisco
4 out of 5

everything inside the hotel is just how i could have wanted it. clean, quiet, safe, courteous, etc. not extravagant, but comfortable. buuut it's in what is probably the worst part of SF (ie. the Civic Center / Tenderloin), but honestly that just meant i smelled and was offered a lot of weed. the worst part of SF is like the best part of philly, haha. may return for my next trip.

nb88 wrote on January 18, 2012


Renoir Hotel San Francisco
1 out of 5

IT IS GOING TO BE MY FIRST AND LAST TRIP TO THAT HOTEL. HOTEL AND STAFF WAS DISGUSTING, WE EVEN DIDNT TOOK A SHOWER OVER THERE BECAUSE IT WAS SO DIRTY.

ALKATI wrote on January 13, 2012


Renoir Hotel San Francisco
3 out of 5

Everything was ok except the place where the hotel is located in a really unpleasant street with a lot of homeless people.

sophie1545 wrote on January 9, 2012


Renoir Hotel San Francisco
2 out of 5

The location is convenient but creepy especially at night. Parking is expensive.

mason1234 wrote on December 29, 2011


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall4.2 out of 5
Cleanliness4 out of 5
Facilities4 out of 5
Service4 out of 5
Location4 out of 5
Pricing5 out of 5

Renoir Hotel San Francisco Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

Since it was my first time to San Francisco, I found the hotel convenient in terms of location and cleanness. However I wasn't completely satisfied due to the unavailable wireless internet, which I think should be available with no extra charges for the hotel guests such as other hotels. I had to go to the bakery on the corner several times a day just to check my email! The staff was friendly, helpful and cooperative.

Review by: Salam
Date stayed January 18, 2012

4 out of 5

everything inside the hotel is just how i could have wanted it. clean, quiet, safe, courteous, etc. not extravagant, but comfortable. buuut it's in what is probably the worst part of SF (ie. the Civic Center / Tenderloin), but honestly that just meant i smelled and was offered a lot of weed. the worst part of SF is like the best part of philly, haha. may return for my next trip.

Review by: nb88
Date stayed January 18, 2012

1 out of 5

IT IS GOING TO BE MY FIRST AND LAST TRIP TO THAT HOTEL. HOTEL AND STAFF WAS DISGUSTING, WE EVEN DIDNT TOOK A SHOWER OVER THERE BECAUSE IT WAS SO DIRTY.

Review by: ALKATI
Date stayed January 13, 2012

3 out of 5

Everything was ok except the place where the hotel is located in a really unpleasant street with a lot of homeless people.

Review by: sophie1545
Date stayed January 9, 2012

2 out of 5

The location is convenient but creepy especially at night. Parking is expensive.

Review by: mason1234
Date stayed December 29, 2011

3 out of 5

The Hotel has no big comforts and luxuries, simple old rooms, whit not safe, have not own garage, and the valetparking cost is very high Located in an unattractive zone many homeless in the streets aroud the Hotel. Definitely would not return there.

Review by: Niners fan
Date stayed December 22, 2011

4 out of 5

It's a pretty nice hotel due to its price. It is just near to Union Square. It's very convenient to go out.

Review by: CHEN1208
Date stayed November 30, 2011

2 out of 5

Downtown, but in the most run down part of the area. surrounding unsafe. While the inside is fairly clean, the outside is not attractive, rather repulsive. entrance to Room very tight. Too much outside noise during the night which does not allow you to sleep. The old water heater is very noise and keep you awake until at least 1 am. Not worthy the money.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed November 23, 2011

2 out of 5

I was satisfied with the room. Nothing fancy, but clean. Bed was comfortable. It's not in a very nice area. I didn't feel unsafe, but many homeless people around that part of town. It was a bit noisy a couple of the nights I stayed there, with people shouting and construction equipment making noise at 4:00 a.m. I would stay there again if traveling alone (as I was this time). But maybe not if I'm trying to take my wife for a memorably good experience.

Review by: gsndrs
Date stayed October 29, 2011

3 out of 5

Hotel is in the Tenderloin area which is not so tender. Lots of homeless and drug addicts but at the end we still felt safer than on the east coast. We picked the hotel for it's price and proximity to the bart station which is 1 minute away. Our room was a bit hot. There is no A/C but a big fan is provided in the room. Parking is on Jones St behind the hotel for $15 overnight rate. California Bakery right next to the entrance on the corner is good.

Review by: bbaehr
Date stayed October 28, 2011

2 out of 5

The only thing good about the hotel is the location. The rooms had no A/C, no coffee, no refrigerator, barely adequate towels and soap. The staff were unfriendly and valet parking was expensive. The view was terrible. The room was relatively clean but the amenities suck.

Review by: Cbrad
Date stayed October 26, 2011

3 out of 5

We went to a Giants game, shopping and the Fisherman's Wharf. The hotel was good, however, some of the things they promise in the information on the room was not provide (ex. no iron, safe or refrigerator). One of the elevators was out of order, the ice machine on our floor was out of order, and the coffee machine in the lobby was out of order. Everytime I left the hotel I had to take my $ and electronics and lock it up at the office safe. It was an inconvience to have these thing out of order with a child. When I went to get ice, coffee or even to the front office to lock things up I had to take my 11 year old with me. I research other hotels on the trip that would be more convenient for us. I wish your company would be more informed out these hotels for people with children. Let people know with children about area and that there is a stripper club across the street.

Review by: nikki
Date stayed July 24, 2011

3 out of 5

The hotel itself was very nice--big comfortable bed, good amount of space in the room, nice bathroom. The single elevator was very slow, and only one ice machine (and NO soda machines) were working in the entire hotel. The area around the hotel has definitely seen better days--lots of beggars, homeless people, and folks generally down on their luck. But walk a few blocks in most directions and you're in a different neighborhood. If you're ready to walk and explore, this is a great place. Given the people I met and interacted with in the lobby, this place is popular with foreign travelers, young couples, families with older children, and groups that are looking for an adventure. If you want to step out the door and quickly be at one of the tourist sites, you may get frustrated. You can easily get onto the F-line streetcar (to Pier 39), you are only a few blocks from a MUNI/BART station, and many different bus lines pass right by this location. The hotel is a very good place to sleep and rest, but to do anything else, you will have to get out and explore. But for the price, it's a very good deal if you are up for that.

Review by: Theatre Adventurer
Date stayed July 7, 2011

2 out of 5

I went to work there and also for Gay Pride. I went to work and went to shop...Well the hotel was ok but There was a shooting. Guest were complaining that people that work there were given the wrong key to someone else there was too much noise there...I been to other hotels there and never had such bad experience while there...:(

Review by: charactermale
Date stayed June 28, 2011

4.8 out of 5

Great experience -My luggage was mis-laid by the airline and the Staff were very helpful throughout. Mine was only an overnight stay but the Hotel is in a convenient location for the price.

Review by: Dennis Van Zeyl
Date stayed February 3, 2011

4.8 out of 5

This is a great hotel if you want to see San Francisco. Fantastic access to public transport, close to everything and easy to find. The staff here are universally fantastic, pleasant, helpful and generous with their time and knowledge. One downside though is the traffic noise - it's on a major road and there's a fair bit of traffic all night. Didn't bother us but it could bother others. cheers

Review by: Leone Moyse
Date stayed January 16, 2011

3.6 out of 5

The Renoir is centrally located with street cars and train at your doorstep. It does not have refrigerator, air-conditioning or in room beverages. The restaurant was closed when we stayed. The street is quiet noisy and the area seems to have more than its fair share of homeless. It is old but clean and the staff are professional and helpful. We would stay there again.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 23, 2010

3.8 out of 5

The hotel is in a homeless area and a bit dated. Our room was very clean with all necessary facilities. Transport was very close with the 'F' bus stop and Bart train stop only a block away. No restaurant but nice bakery just opposite.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed May 31, 2010

5 out of 5

While the hotel is old (1909) it was clean, neat and well situated. The staff were the best I have seen in over 30 years of traveling - friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and most importantly, universally and genuinely cheerful. The breakfasts were outstanding too with staff willing to meet the needs of early tours. It's not 5 star and the one issue was that it was a bit noisy but not unmanageable. The hotel was a big surprise, much better than I thought it was going to be considering some of the reviews I read and overall it was a great experience. It made our stay in San Francisco the more enjoyable for having somewhere we could look forward to going "home" to. Thanks

Review by: Leone Moyse
Date stayed February 1, 2010

4.8 out of 5

hotel's location is excellent! transportation is just across the street, restaurants and shopping malls are within the vicinity. If ill get the chance to visit san francisco again, I will surely choose this hotel. Will recommend this hotel to all my friends.

Review by: Corazon Capitan
Date stayed October 28, 2009

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