Parc 55 San Francisco - A Hilton Hotel Guest Reviews
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Richard, Concord Mon, 16 December 2013
Beautiful and comfortable. So much to do and see! Perfect location and view. Short walk to The Warfield if you are going to see a show.
Heather, San Fransisco Sat, 16 November 2013
Liked: Very clean; friendly staff.
Sonia, Bellevue Sun, 9 June 2013
The PARC 55 Wyndham was a perfect choice for our 2-day stay in SF. Only steps away from the Powell St. BART station and Market Street, with all of it's shops and restaurants. Given the high quality of the hotel, it would have been nice to have had a coffee maker in the room, and stronger water pressure in the shower. However, those two small negatives would not stop us from staying at the PARC 55 again. Also, the restaurant, although a bit pricey, served very large portions and the food was excellent.
Liked: Excellent location; very clean; very helpful and polite employees.
Disliked: No coffee pot in room; no fan in bathroom; very weak water pressure in shower.
Deborah, Nevada City Wed, 15 May 2013
Liked: Excellent location. Rooms are nice and clean.
Disliked: The rooms are a bit small.
Larry R, San Francisco Mon, 19 September 2011
This was one of the worst night stays I have had in a long time. It started out fine the hotel was nice but they put us across from the gym. About 5:30 am we were awaken by a pounding noise and it kept going. So I called the front desk and they said they would send security. Well I went out into the hall to hear this noise even louder. It turned out that the noise was coming from people run on the treadmill. Every so often you would hear a big noise as if somebody was dropping something out in the hall. Well that was also coming from the gym and it was people dropping the weights on the floor. The funny thing is when I finally mentioned it to them where it was coming from they already new about the problem and said that some people have complained about hearing the noise as far away as two floors up. You would think that someone with any brains would put the gym on the first floor with a solid base. The worst part is that they really didn't seem to care.