One block from Union Square and still affordable, the Hotel Frank is one of San Francisco's best hotel deals. Formerly the Maxwell Hotel, this enviable Union Square hotel re-opened as Hotel Frank in 2009 and is the result of a multi-million dollar renovation.
A bold and stylish boutique hotel in San Francisco, Hotel Frank maintains the long-celebrated appeal of the Maxwell while adding all new reasons to love it. Vibrant peacock greens, sleek white leather couches, vintage 1930s artwork and ultra-contemporary furnishings enliven and modernize the once Gatsby-meets-Victorian style of the rooms without dissolving the plush ambiance that so many guests enjoy. The rooms are decked out with an array of modern amenities, including 42-inch flat screen TVs, safes, writing desks, complimentary wireless Internet access, fully stocked honor bars and prize-fighting style bathrobes. The bathrooms are outfitted with porcelain bowl sinks, chrome accents and floor-to-ceiling carrera marble.
Hotel Frank rounds everything off for business and leisure guests with amenities like valet parking (a San Francisco must), same-day dry cleaning, complete concierge services, stylish conference and catering facilities for up to 75 people and a 24-hour business center. This pet-friendly hotel in San Francisco satisfies gym-lovers with moderately priced passes to a nearby fitness club. Also, guests can dine at or order in from the on-site restaurant, Max's on the Square, which is a family-friendly San Francisco classic that's popular for a massive menu of NY deli-style cuisine.
When it comes to location, the Hotel Frank in San Francisco doesn't disappoint. Guests can literally walk out the front door and start shopping, whether at Macy's, Tiffany's, Neiman Marcus, Sax or the new Bloomingdale's. No wonder the Hotel Frank also boasts an on-call foot masseuse for weary shopping warriors. Also, the bustling nightlife and restaurant scenes of Union Square are steps from the hotel's front doors, as are two of San Francisco's top performing arts theaters, the American Conservatory Theater and the Curran Theater.
Hip vintage style
Free high speed wireless internet
Clockradio with ipod dock
Two phones with voicemail
Complimentary morning tea and coffee
Room service from Max's on the Square (American Brasserie cuisine)