San Francisco Hotels & Union Square Hotels - Stratford Hotel
If travelers were to pinpoint on a map the number-one location in San Francisco, it would probably be right outside the door of Hotel Stratford. Located just off Union Square, with the famed cable cars passing by every few minutes, the Hotel Stratford offers the convenience and excitement of being right in the center of the City, but at an affordable price. With over 80 modern hotel rooms, guests get to enjoy our magnificent City by the Bay in style and comfort. We await the pleasure of your company, be it for business or leisure.
Several different room types make it possible for us to accommodate the various needs of our guests. Each hotel room has a modern private bath equipped with an array of toiletries and, for added convenience, every guest room is furnished with a small writing desk or built-in mirrored vanity. Choose from a Standard room with a full-sized or queen-sized bed, a Double/Double with two full-sized beds, a 2-room Family Suite with two full-sized beds and a queen-sized bed in an adjoining room or one of our deluxe Club rooms, featuring all the amenities of a Standard Room plus enhanced amenities such as iPod radios/docking stations, plush bathrobes, rainfall shower heads and complimentary bottled water (limit per stay may apply). For ultimate comfort, select our two room Centennial Club Suite including separate sitting room and bedroom furnished with queen size bed, executive desk and sofa sleeper.
When you travel to San Francisco, you should expect your hotel to provide the services and amenities necessary while away from home - The Hotel Stratford at Union Square provides the necessities and more. Every morning in our Team Room, from 7:00am to 9:30am, guests enjoy our complimentary breakfast which includes fresh fruits, muffins, breads, granola, cereals, juices, gourmet coffee, and a variety of tea. The Hotel Stratford also provides complimentary Wi-Fi, wake up calls, safe deposit box, luggage storage, Virtual Concierge Station (directions, maps, news, flights, and attractions), wireless printer, business services (fax, copies, mail, FedEx, UPS, and DHL), self-parking garages, and ice machine.
The city of San Francisco has so much to offer it is difficult to decide where to eat, drink, shop and play. Planning your day can become an overwhelming task. There are dozens of City Guides, maps, brochures and advertisements available for you to browse through, and although they can be helpful at times, most of them list the same sights and attractions that you are probably already aware of. The Hotel Stratford has compiled a short list of what guests have found to be enjoyable, including the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco Cable Cars, Museum of Modern Art, Premier Shopping District, Theater District, Pier 39, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Alcatraz Island.