See why so many travelers make Signature San Francisco their hotel of choice when visiting San Francisco. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting San Francisco, Signature San Francisco is located a short distance from Little Italy (1.5 mi) and Lombard Street (1.8 mi).
While visiting San Francisco, you may want to try some shrimp at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Scoma's, Swan Oyster Depot, or Fog Harbor Fish House.
If you are interested in exploring San Francisco, check out one of the monuments and statues, such as Coit Tower, The National Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi, and Pioneer Monument.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Signature San Francisco as you experience all of the things San Francisco has to offer.
Our family of 5 had a fine stay at the Signature. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The rooms were clean and serviced daily. If you’re looking for a clean bed to sleep in and a place to shower this fits the bill. It’s not a room where you’ll spend a lot of time. The set up was a bit awkward (see photos). The room was a basically a small hallway with three doors (2 bedrooms and a bathroom). We propped the bedroom doors open so we weren’t so isolated from our younger kids. Each bedroom had a TV, mini fridge, and safe. The beds were comfortable and the shades blacked out most of the light. There was no space to really hang out aside from watching tv together on the bed. No table and the tv stand had open shelves but no drawers for clothes or other items. The area of SF that the hotel is in leaves much to be desired. There’s nothing much of interest around (besides a wonderful coffee cafe across the street). There is a significant amount of homeless in the area. We were able to walk (0.7mi) to the beginning of the cable car line so that was helpful; especially because the cable cars were free for the month of August. We rented a car and I’m glad we did. Used it to go to Muir Woods, Golden gate park, and other areas of the city that weren’t on the cable Car line. Parking in San Francisco is a nightmare. The hotel was able to offer us parking for $25 a night because we stayed for a week.…
I stayed at the Signature San Francisco for a conference and it was exactly what I was hoping for - the room was clean and trendy, the location was only a few blocks away from the Moscone Center, and the service was wonderful! The only downside was that there was not an elevator....and I am not a light packer. Otherwise, I would highly recommend a stay at the Signature San Francisco if looking for a comfortable stay on a budget in a highly sought after location.
I loved the character, and the sitting area on each floor was a really nice place to gather. Beds were very comfortable. Layout is a little funky, but that adds to the character of the place. I would stay here again.
We spent two uncomfortable nights here. When we arrived about 4 p.m. the room the clerk gave us keys to wasn't ready. The room is very tiny, had a strange slope to the floor and there wasn't even a chair let alone table. The tiny area where there is a fridge (the smallest I have ever seen, very shallow, and it wanted to tip over when I opened it) and a coffee maker (only decaf pods supplied which was odd) had no light overhead. The walls are paper thin and we heard every thing from the next room including whole conversations and someone blow drying their hair at midnight. I have never been in such a noisy hotel before.You expect to hear sounds from other rooms from time to time but not to feel like you are actually in the other room! But the worst problem, however, was that the room was very hot on a cold winter's day. We slept very badly. The air conditioner is very loud but you shouldn't have to use it in the middle of winter. There are two windows but they open onto a tiny enclosed space with windows of other rooms very close by. The bathroom fan didn't work. The sheets had some stains in one place that looked like mold that didn't wash out. Not sure why bleach wouldn't have gotten rid of that. The only plus is that it's a good location and there is parking on site. The bathroom lighting was good but there was no shelf to put items on. The hotel is expensive as is much of San Francisco. A much better option would be an airbnb where the owner cares about offering good service.…
I had an excellent stay at this cute hotel. The staff was friendly, the room was cute beautifully designed and clean for under $150 a night, parking right on site. There is no elevator. But they had me on the second floor so I didn't have to walk up much. SOMA is not the prettiest at night there are homeless people everywhere but the room was definitely a quaint escape from all of it.