W San Francisco

  • 181 3rd Street
  • San Francisco,
  • Kalifornien
  • 94103
  • USA
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 464 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This hotel was great- great rooms, great location, great staff, great food! We had a wonderful time- our room was beautiful and spacious, the hotel staff was friendly and very helpful with restaurants and local attractions- everything was just perfect! October 5, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by fair gave me an unlcean (beds not made, trash, etc.) room. then gave me a nice room with a room light that didn't work. i asked a few times to have it fixed and it never happened. December 6, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor loyalty Made RSVP 2 months early with clear preference and assigned an inadequate room for an entire week. What's the point of being a member and/or reserving in advance - zippo. January 9, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by this hotel needs improvements the bed was terrible the toilet broke the television system failed the spa was primitive May 10, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by needs improvement The bar staff was terrible, The front desk staff was inefficient and the toilet in the bathroom was dirty when we finally checked in much later than promised. December 29, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Worst. Place. Ever. Come on! Years of running the extension of a club/bar into a hotel has worn on you. Time to re-group and clean up a bit and get your hotel hat in-order. September 7, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Staff needs help No baggage help, poor recognition of SPG and upgrade amenities, front desk should not be trained while a customer is trying to check in February 3, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by great hotel noisy downstairs bar; make sure you look upstairs May 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A pretty hotel I enjoyed my stay at the W once again. A view of the Bay Bridge, cleanliness, and great service. All wrapped up in a pretty package! October 15, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by W lacks concern for cleanliness Bathroom towels, washcloths, rug, and robes had spots on them, and they were worn. Clearly, W in SF lacks concern for cleanliness. March 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great place Very convenient to Moscone. Restaurant was great. Service was great. Room was great. What more could you ask for. May 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Top notch service Concierge team was great at recommendations on dining, getting around, and arranging entertainment. July 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Exceptional Service What a great property. Alex and Nicholas went above and beyond to make sure my stay was amazing. October 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Front Desk is Awesome I was given the high floor, person who checked me in was professional, nice and courteous. February 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Location is great. Parking nearby All good. The only item is the air vent. It blows directly to our heads while sleeping. September 6, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by subpar experience of all the starwood properties i've stayed at in the us and internationally, the W at SF was one of the most disappointing. lack of customer service, lack of spg recognition, multiple phone calls and follow ups on requests and questions on my part (the opposite of their "whatever, whenever" motto. addressing me by the wrong name multiple times during my stay-- had to correct multiple times (they should have just kept it to Ms. if the staff weren't sure). window panels in the room were peeled off and hanging on a hinge but covered by the curtain. lack of door for the bathroom (not ideal when sharing room with someone else). lack of responsiveness from housekeeping for restocking throughout the day (yes, had to request multiple times before housekeeping came). no suite at this hotel w/ 2 beds. no executive lounge. even though they advertise the acura service, they were completely unavailable during the week we stayed at the property. also never returned my voicemail... had to call them back on my own. the breakfast at trace was delicious. i am purposely staying at another W in my recent trip to NYC to see if the unhelpful and pretentious staff is a trend at the W or if it's just exclusive to SF. February 1, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Parking is the worst Staff are not friendly. Front desk is not helpful Would not recommend Thanks June 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Plöace to stay Booked a Fabulous Suite and got an UG to Extreme Wow! It was WOW indedd August 22, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Receipt Noisy room, and no attention to details from receptionists. August 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great experience Repeat visit to hotel and I will come back again! October 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Such a wonderful stay at the W! My boyfriend and I recently stayed at the W San Francisco and couldn't have had a better experience! The hotel itself was gorgeous, super clean, had all the amenities you could need, and had a nice trendy vibe. The location was perfect, walking distance of everything (BART, union square, Chinatown, etc). We used the complimentary Acura car service and were accommodated right away which was awesome and our driver was awesome! He was super friendly and helpful. The assistant manager Claudia knew we were there to celebrate our anniversary and went above and beyond to make our stay as special as possible! I had emailed her the day before check in to see if it was possible to check in early and even though the hotel was sold out not only did they accommodate us with early check in but Claudia treated us to a room upgrade with a beautiful view! Later that evening we were surprised with a room service delivery of appetizers, deserts, and free cocktails. Claudia also left us a super sweet hand written note as well wishing us a happy anniversary. Of all the hotels we have stayed at I've never had such a genuine experience with the staff like the way Claudia made us feel on this trip at the W. She made us feel truly special and we will definitely be staying here again at our next trip up to San Francisco. April 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stylish, comfortable hotel The lobby lounge is beautiful and comfortable and offers a cozy space to unwind, which we desperately needed and availed ourselves of. We checked in a bit early, which turned out to be fine, and had a leisurely stay. Location is stellar - walking distance to excellent cafes. It'd be helpful if information like "what floor is the restaurant on" were listed anywhere in the hotel guide (it isn't - frustrating) and if coffee-making facilities are available, please just provide them rather than making the guest ask for them. My only other quibble is the entrance through the bar - loud disco music when arriving back after a tiring night, jarring - avoidable if you go around to the other entrance, but eh. Overall, the room was beautiful and comfortable, the hotel staff were breathtakingly helpful and kind (every single one of them!), we loved the lobby lounge in late afternoon and the food we had unwinding there was superb. It was a relief to relax and just trust that whatever we ordered would be fantastic, and that our waitress would take excellent care of us, and those things were true. There are lovely touches everywhere - the concierge desk had some refreshing lemonade and fresh apples available, loads of plugs on the desk in the room for charging up our various devices, the corner window seat/couch was cozy, the elevators are even decorated inside with scented oil and eye-catching 3-D artwork. There's a tiny bit of room for improvement, but this was an excellent place to be. Thank you! August 28, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Unisolated Business center It was the most awful experience at business center in hotel I have ever had. There was not isolated business centre. I had to use Business Centre in the middle of night and had a lot of problem with noise coming from the bar and restaurant on the floor below. Additionally, in that night, a sanitary engineer came and started to work at toilets near by. While I was in net conference with people abroad, he kept making big noise and spoiled the conference. A time when I need to use business centre is either early in the morning or late in the night. That is before or after normal business hours. Business centre should be designed for quiet environment. August 10, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by This Hotel is subpar This hotel has a very small lobby. Extremely unpleasant to wait in line in such crowded area. Very inefficient check-in process. Room was not ready when we arrived. I was told someone would help us with the luggage (storage). Nothing happened. We stood there waiting for a long time and finally I had to ask the concierge to help. Also, there is no separate check-in counter for SPG Gold/Platinum members like other Starwoods hotels I have stayed in Asia and N. America. We went shopping for almost two hours and then returned to the hotel and waited in the crowded lobby again for another while. Still no phone call or text message to tell us our room was ready. I had to line up again and finally found out that our room was indeed ready. During that time, other guests came to the same counter and complained about the long wait they had experienced. I guess I was not alone. Also, the check-in process was so hectic and interruptive that I was not recognized by a SPG Gold member. No amenity option was discussed at the front desk. When we arrived at the room, we found out there was a lack of basic amenities (e.g. only one complimentary bottled water and one bathrobe for 2 guests). When I asked for an additional bathrobe and two pairs of slippers, there were numerous problems: (1) it took them a long time to arrive even. I was called at least three times by their staff to check and see whether I received the stuff. At least once I was told they took the stuff to the wrong room; (2) when the staff finally showed up, he had brought the wrong stuff to us; and (3) by the time they brought the items we requested, more than an hour had passed. Now imagine that we're tired and tried to take a shower, change clothes before going out for a dinner and a show in the evening. This was absolutely not I would have expected from a W hotel. January 3, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Facility Worn Down It seems that The W is getting worn down. Had a room in which the bathroom lights didn't work or the fan. The breakers on the outlets kept popping, which was rather annoying. The bathroom didn't even have a real door that would shut all the way, which is terrible for a room with two double beds, obviously you are not going to stay by yourself in the room. Went through the hassle of requesting a refrigerator before check in only to have the refrigerator arrive in the room a long time after we did so all of our food went bad. I can tell you that I will not be paying for the so called luxury of The W again. August 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love the W Hotel My stay was amazing. The staff was great, the room was awesome and I can't wait to come back. I also want to acknowledge Gordon Kramer for helping to make my stay memorable and reaching out to see what my needs were before I arrived. In addition, Gun-Woo who works at the Valet station was very helpful. David October 7, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Only Parking Attendant provided Customer Service I am extremely disappointed in my experience with the W Hotel San Francisco. I booked the Cirque du Soleil package that included tickets to a show, complementary parking and cocktails for one night stay. The receptionist was very cold. No kind of greeting no acknowledgement of the package nothing. I thought it strange but wrote it off as an inexperienced staff. The room was as expected, nothing spectacular but nothing to complain about. It was clean, pretty comfortable with a nice view. Since the receptionist did not mentioned anything about tickets I was expecting to find them in my room. Nothing... When I called the front desk to inquire about my show tickets I find a flabbergasted employee explaining that she will need to contact her manager and get back to me. This was the first but not last time I had to reach for the phone. The manager called back after 5 minutes asking me what day I want to go to the show. How about tonight I answer while I am staying in your hotel? He then says he will need to purchase tickets and will call me back when done. The show was for 8PM and I was on the phone from 5:00 to 6PM trying to sort out my ticket situation. The manager buys the tickets and copies me on the purchase thinking that the order receipt would be sufficient to get me in. Good thing I read the fine print and find out that the tickets need to be presented in printed format with a bar code. Meanwhile someone comes to my door to give my a hard copy of the mostly useless ticket receipt. Picked up the phone again to request a printout of the tickets prior to our booked dinner reservation which was on our way to the show. As I walk up to the desk and ask for my tickets, I get carded instead of receiving an apology for making me work for something that was supposed to be part of the package. Can they be any ruder? Unfortunately this wasn't the only mishap. The seats to the show were in the second to last row with the action bearably visible and when checking out W Hotel charged me for more than they should have and only promised to take care of it (within a week) after I pointed it out. The receptionist tried to explain (lie) to me that the overcharge was a security deposit that will be reimbursed, instead of apologizing for their mistake. Really? Do you train your people to insult your guests? Needless to say, I don't intend to stay there ever again and I'll make sure the Fortune 500 company I work for won't consider the SF location either. December 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by W Valentines My wife and i traveled to San Francisco for an early Valentines day celebration. The staff, and our ambassador worked extremely hard to help me surprise her with a heart felt welcome to start our weekend. They brought local flowers, her favorite wine, printed out pictures of us put them on the bed, and had our favorite song playing. The staff was always there to help, and the best experience was how quickly they were able to accommodate and always making sure if there was anything else they could do. I would highly recommend this hotel and starwood., i'm a loyal ambassador guest and my loyalty to the Starwood brands grow due to experiences such as this one. February 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Comfortable rooms, attentive staff made a wonderful vacation We stayed five nights at the W San Francisco while on vacation in late July 2013. This hotel is conveniently located in SOMA, about two blocks south of Market Street. Access from the airport is easy by BART to the Montgomery Street station. The W has a reputation for a busy lobby with loud music playing. This is well-deserved: the lobby was hopping most of the time we were there. It wasn’t disruptive to our stay, though: none of the music carried up to our floor (the 20th) and, in fact, the room was very quiet and we never heard sound from the hallway or the adjacent rooms. Despite being an SPG Platinum member, the hotel offered only a one-level upgrade, from a “Wonderful” to a “Spectacular” room – this was still the most basic room at this hotel, but on a higher floor. The room was very cutely decorated, with little knick-nacks all over the place, including a light-up, colour-changing Buddha. In addition to a fully stocked minibar, there was a bottle of wine and several bottles of hard alcohol placed around the desk area. On a more practical note, there was a nifty device on the desk capable of charging numerous brands of cell phones, as well as five other plugs at desk level for computers or other devices. The ‘little things’ were done nicely, like a light in the closet that turns on automatically when you open the door. There was also a cozy window seat with a nice view of the Bay Bridge. The bathroom was bright and clean. The “Bliss” bath amenities, especially the lemon-scented soap, face wash, and body butter cream, were delightful as always. The best feature of the room, however, was the bed. We had a king-size pillow-top bed with just the right combination of support and softness. We slept soundly every night of our stay. The room did not come equipped with a coffee maker, but the hotel will provide a Keurig machine at no charge upon request. However, the coffee and condiments are not refreshed daily by housekeeping; you need to call and ask. The Whatever/Whenever service is always attentive, though. Unique among Starwood hotels, the W chain has an iPhone app that, among other things, allows guests to make requests, order room service, etc., without having to pick up the phone. Unfortunately at the W San Francisco the app didn’t work properly, and produced a ‘server error’ at the very final stage of ordering. No worries, though: the “Whatever/Whenever” service always picked up the phone immediately, addressed me by name, and were happy to meet any request. Overall, we found the level of service by hotel staff to be among the best we’d ever received in a hotel. The fitness centre is located in a nice, bright area on the fourth floor. There is a shallow swimming pool and a hot tub, both located under a large skylight. The pool area is open until midnight, which is a major plus because it allows evening time in the hot tub after families and small children have gone to bed. The fitness centre itself has a good number of up-to-date cardio machines, but is really lacking in the strength department. There is really no available floor space for stretching, and has only one rack of free weights and one multi-purpose weight/pulley machine. The biggest problem, however, surrounds the cardio equipment: the ceiling is too low, and as a 6’3” person I hit my head several times while using the elliptical and treadmill. This safety concern must be remedied as soon as possible. We ate breakfast each morning in the hotel restaurant, Trace. There is no buffet but the menu offers a reasonable selection. The items were tasty with generous portion sizes. At this hotel, the SPG Platinum breakfast benefit is a $15 credit per person, which will cover about half the items on the menu. It does *not* cover the absurdly high $5.50 cost of coffee, however. In fact, the very same coffee is available for free each morning a few paces away in the bar. A unique feature of W Hotels is the “Acura Experience” car service. Despite the text in the hotel’s guest directory, the service is in fact only available afternoons. We used it to go to an out-of-the-way museum, and both the car and driver were very pleasant; the driver even suggested other destinations in the same area. There is an on-board video touting the Acura’s features, but the sales pitch was low-key and a small price to pay for this complimentary service. Overall, we were very impressed with our stay at the W San Francisco. Without exception, the staff were attentive and friendly. Even our basic room was quiet, comfortable, and restful. We will definitely stay here again. Tip: take the time to explore your room. The nooks and crannies are packed with small delights. November 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by This hotel has great location, service and staff My girlfriend and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the W this past weekend. The front desk quickly recognized my platinum status and upgraded us to a fabulous corner room, which was great. Unfortunately, once we got to our room, it smelled like a combination of smoke and deodorant body spray. The manager, Alex, however was very quick to apologize for the inconvenience and switch us to another corner room on a higher floor. The view was amazing. His customer service was amazing and really made our trip. Only negative thing was that the pool/hot tub was closed Friday for maintenance, but what can you do. Overall, great stay! July 15, 2013
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