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Over Hotel Adagio
De inrichting in het elegante Adagio is een mix van Spaanse stijlelementen en het strakke ontwerp van Colum McCartan. Het ligt op vijf minuten lopen van Union Square, in hét hart van het centrum van winkels, theaters en restaurants. Tevens is een halte van de 'cable car' vlakbij het hotel, waardoor u snel en gemakkelijk de stad kunt ontdekken. The Green Room verzorgt elke ochtend het ontbijt en u kunt hier tevens terecht voor een kopje koffie. In The Mortimer Bar, een stijlvolle cocktail lounge, kunt u genieten van een heerlijk aperitief als start van een avond in een van de vele theaters of restaurants in de directe omgeving. De ruime kamers zijn comfortabel en voorzien van internet en een luxe badkamer.
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Airco, WiFi, plafondventilator, LCD televisie, telefoon, iHome docking station, kluisje, minibar, strijkplank en -ijzer, föhn. Compleet ingerichte badkamer.
Adagio hotel ligt in het hart van Union Square.
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De 'Golden Gate City' is een fascinerende stad met een multicultureel karakter. San Francisco wordt door velen gezien als de mooiste stad van Amerika. Bij de haven wordt het geluid van de meeuwen overstemd door misthoorns en cable cars. Bovendien een spraakverwarring in het Italiaans, Spaans en Chinees. Uit de keukens aan de Pier komen de heerlijkste geuren naar buiten en een stadsrondrit laat u kennismaken met de vele bezienswaardigheden.
Bezoek de unieke Fisherman’s Wharf, zie de Golden Gate Bridge en Alcatraz, de gevangenis met het mooiste uitzicht ter wereld. Maak ook een excursie buiten de stad naar Muir Woods, Napa Valley of Monterey.
"10 nights at Hotel Adagio"
As an international traveller, this was a convenient walking distance hotel from a conference being held in downtown San Francisco. I did not have a car with me, but I could see a parking lot just on the side of the hotel (open, no cover). The lobby is ambient, not the biggest and certainly not the smallest I think they managed to pull it off. The front doors are a bit heavy (ok for me, but I wondered if older or small children would have struggled getting in and out) which is OK, however over the 10 days I was here I did not find people attending to the doors. The room itself was very nice, and the housecleaning was good. The 8:30am-9:30am housekeeping knocks were getting a tad annoying, so a couple of times i left for the conference and accidentally left the "Solitude" sign outside.... which is my fault. The housekeeping and guest services were only more than happy to come later and clean the room when that happened. The only annoyance for me was the shower. Every few minutes it would get low pressure and then burst with high pressure. Also, it made a very whiney sound that was similar to hearing a fire trusk about 4 blocks away. "First world problems" but it was just not a very relaxing experience. It could have just been my room. Food options are a bit limited for someone with a gluten intolerance, but I tried a few things from the menu. Garlic Fries, Back Strip Ribs, Chicken Wings (Buffalo or Chipotle BBQ - my favourite was the BBQ). There's a nice bar directly opposite the hotel called SWIG which at the time of writing was pretty cool, and had a couple of upstairs rooms that looked over the bar (loft style). I really liked it. All in all, I thought Hotel Adagio was a great stay and over 10 days I couldn't think of one truly bad incident. Which when you stay over 10 days you expect to experience. I would recommend to anyone who wants a great place to stay.
"Great boutique hotel in a great location near Union Square"
My second stay here. I love the location and the bar staff. I love that Marriott bought this chain. The restaurant serves great food during all meals. The rooms are stylish and clean with a historic feel.
"Nice hotel but unhelpful staff"
This is a lovely hotel but there was only one chair in the room, and that was the desk chair. We like to sit in the room and relax but our room had no comfortable chair other than the one at the desk, and that was our only option. No upholstered chairs in the room and we even called the front desk to see if we could get an extra desk chair at least. They never got back to us. The drain in the sink did not work, and the light above the bar was burnt out. Both issues were reported to the front desk but were ignored. We were there for two nights and felt like the invisible guests. Too bad, as it's a beautiful hotel with attractive rooms and a great bar in the lobby, but the lack of customer service was not only inconvenient to us but was a deal breaker for return visits.
"Nobody really lives up to Kimpton when it comes to Boutique"
You know how when Kimpton brands a boutique hotel they go to the extreme in theming, design, and luxury touches? Now imagine that on about half the budget, and you have the Adagio. Unlike Kimpton properties, the quirky furnishings at the Adagio seem a bit budget and shabby. Surely the black and purple decor doesn't help. Don't expect many luxury perks in this place. No water for Elite members, no coffee maker in the roomâ€”you have to ask for one. WHY? I did ask for one at check-in, but I never received it. The heat was not working properly in the room, so maintenance had to come mess with the thermostat to get it working. It took forever to warm up the room (largely because the heat blows BEHIND the draperies), and the bathroom has no heat or AC. The bathrooms are so oddâ€”strange layout with little space to put anything. Water pressure in the shower is terrible...worse than most San Francisco hotels where I've stayed, and in my room, the sink wouldn't drain properly with the spigot on full. There were windows in my bathroom, but at night, the bathroom was unreasonably dark. Then there's the housekeeping. The water and wine glasses left in the room for me were disgustingâ€”not just water spots, but filth and residue left behind from prior uses. This is a common problem in Marriott hotels, but it's no less excusable. I left both water glasses at the front desk when I checked out. And am I the only person who thinks it's ridiculous to tuck a duvet under the mattress, causing the flat bottom sheet to become completely loose when simply trying to pull down the top covers? If this is typical of Marriott's boutique hotels, then this will likely be the last stay at an Autograph Collection property. It will certainly be my last at the Adagio. The only thing that made the stay tolerable was the polite front desk staff. Though some compensation after complaints about the heating and the unsanitary glassware would have been appropriate.
I originally booked my room for $159. Then, there was an "occupancy tax" for $22.26. Then I got there and there was a $59 Parking fee because you really don't have any other over night parking options. Next, there was an $8.26 PARKING TAX! Then there was a $3.58 "business district assessments." This all left me with a total of $252 for a room that I booked for $159. This hotel was decent, but. not good enough to justify spending that amount of money. It's in a terrible neighborhood where we a crackhead lighting up in broad daylight on the sidewalk less than a block away!
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