by Terry Ward
Conveniently located in Union Square, the Chancello Hotel on Union Square puts your family right in the center of the action. Nearby, you’ll find the Powell Street Cable Car Line, which will take you anywhere you’d like to go in San Francisco. Make sure to check out the many downtown dining, shopping and entertainment attractions. At the hotel, you’ll find comfortable amenities and contemporary rooms. Rooms each feature an over-sized bathtub, a flat-screen TV with free HBO, an ironing board and mini refrigerator for all your snacking needs. Free Wi-Fi will keep you connected throughout your stay. It’s never been easier to stay in touch with those back home. As a guest, you will be granted complimentary use of the local fitness center, perfect for a workout on the road. Onsite dining at the Luques Restaurant and Bar makes mealtime fun and delicious; breakfast and lunch are served daily.
Our Editor Loves
- Free Wi-Fi
- Large tubs
- Walking distance to public transportation
- Water Sports
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
We arrived to a high floor overlooking union square and a bottle of champagne to celebrate our 25th anniversary. It’s an old building but has absolute charm and the staff in general on the front desk and Rory in the bar were exceptional. So easy to get around the city and we had a fantastic time making great memories and meeting locals. Thank you for looking after us
Everything you need right on your doorstep. Union square 100 meters, restaurants, bars, shops all within 2 minutes walking distance.
Many bus routes and street cars at the end of the street 5 minutes walk, cable cars go right outside the front of the hotel with the nearest stop 50 metres away.
Hotel is old but old with character, very clean rooms although a little small. Complimentary coffee, cookies, muffins etc in reception all day, chilled flavoured water available to. Nice bar area with happy hour everyday and a good selection of drinks
Staff extremely friendly, very helpful, would definitely stay at the chancellor hotel again if we return to San Francisco.