The staff at Parc 55 may be the most kind, thoughtful and efficient team I have ever encountered during travel. I started not feeling well during my stay and everyone I talked to were so flexible and willing to help me. I was unable to go downstairs to get food myself, and I had several Walgreens deliveries, which they delivered to my room. (they normally do not have room service). The manager personally walked to kitchen to order my food and then she delivered it to my door. The hotel is beautiful and my room was large, clean and modern.
Sonya, Winnie were both very kind and helpful, going out of their way to help me. There were many others including valet , another manager and front desk but I did not catch their names.
Parc 55 is my new go to hotel in San Francisco!
Sep 12, 2023
We decided to stay in the Union Square area this time and as a member of the Hilton Honor program this was an easy choice.
Very professional and friendly check-in lady who gave us a room with a nice view upon request.
12th floor had a nice view towards the TransAmerica building.
The rooms was nice even if a bit dated.
My only negative point is that the queen beds are really small. This was our last stop on a 2 weeks road-trip and definitely the smallest we had…
The Bathroom with a tub had everything and good size.
The hotel has 7 elevators so you just push in your floor from the outside and an elevator is immediately ready which was really nice.
The guys at the valet parking also very friendly and efficient and the car came within minutes of request.
Easy access to shopping and eating options. Just a few stepd away from Union square and the Westfield/ San Francisco shopping center on Market street with Nordstrom and Bloomingdales among many other shops. On Market street also other shops and Starbucks.
A small Turkish café also just outside for morning coffee and pastries.
I loved this hotel and would definitely come back if staying in this area of SF.
However I must unfortunately mention that this area has a huge homeless problem (more than Fisherman’s Wharf) and this might pull down the experience a bit even if it has nothing to do with the hotel, only the area.