"Chancellor Hotel on Union Square"
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Location. The Chancellor Hotel has been an honorary resident of San Francisco's Union Square for nearly a century. Located on the Powell Street Cable Car line, hotel guests are within reach of virtually every Bay Area attraction, including North Beach, Fisherman's Wharf and Chinatown. Additionally, the Museum of Modern Art is five blocks from the hotel and many of the city's most acclaimed theaters are only three blocks away. Pedestrians have the right of way in this metropolitan area, where inspiring galleries, fashionable boutiques and seductive restaurants are all within walking distance.
Hotel Features. The same family has owned this 15-story landmark since it opened in 1914 as the city's tallest building, in expectation of the 1915 Pan Pacific International Exposition. The lobby retains its 20-foot ceiling, Oriental rug, granite-topped registration desk and bar mirror emblazoned with a propeller plane. With true professionalism, the knowledgeable staff dispenses helpful traveling advice and recommendations to guests visiting the City by the Bay. Guests can enjoy complimentary cookies, apples and gourmet coffee in the lobby. The hotel has a business center and offers wireless Internet access in the lobby.
Guestrooms. The Chancellor Hotel on Union Square features 137 guestrooms, each modeled in European fashion. In the interest of providing their guests with the highest measure of comfort, the hotel has an impressive 12 pillow menu that includes titles such as the Magnetic Therapy pillow and the Snore No More pillow. Guestroom amenities include oversized bathtubs with whimsical rubber ducks, data ports, in-room safes and ceiling fans.
Expert Tip. For live music fans, Biscuits and Blues features southern cuisine and blues musicians from Memphis to the San Francisco Bay. Located at 401 Mason, just one block from the Chancellor Hotel, this intimate venue is usually full on weekend nights, so reservations are encouraged.