Htl 587, Ascend Hotel Collection - San Francisco37.7833404541016, -122.417373657227
Htl 587, Ascend Hotel Collection San Francisco is a few steps from Union Square and features a central location. Guests on business can take advantage of the venue's business facilities including a work desk and a business center.
The accommodation is 1.6 miles from Ghirardelli Square, while Civic Center is 0.3 miles away. The hotel is 0.6 miles from the center of San Francisco.
Civic Center / UN Plaza subway station is situated 10 minutes' walk to the property.
The rooms of the accommodation have multi-channel television, a coffee maker and a writing table as well as a private bathroom. They are also equipped with a microwave and a fridge.
Eat & Drink
This venue features a continental breakfast. The restaurant at Htl 587, Ascend Hotel Collection serves meals of Vietnamese cuisine. Bodega Bistro with Asian and Vietnamese cuisine is located 5 minutes' walk from the property.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
No parking available.
Number of floors: 6. Number of rooms: 56.
Former name: Regency Inn
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
Paid airport shuttle
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24-hour services
- Fitness/ Gym
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness center
- Paid airport shuttle
- Bed and breakfast
- Business center
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
Bed options:Sleeping arrangements for 4 persons
Max occupancy:2 persons
Bed options:2 Double beds
Max occupancy:2 persons
Bed options:1 King-size bed
Max occupancy:2 persons
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Nothing !! Never Again !!! Nice Hotel Staff. Clean Room. 1930S No value for the dollar spent.
1930S ....no air conditioning.....homeless people screaming all night......police sirens...i felt like I was in war scene
The service was quick
The rooms were very badly insulated. Everything could be heard from the street. Very old furniture and desparatly needs redoing. The hotel is far too expensive for what you get. the location is poor. The neighbourhood not safe to walk in and very dirty. Wifi was not always working and very slow when it was. In all a terrible stay with very littel sleep.
The only thing positive to say about this inn is that the staff is nice and they were as accommodating as they could be.
Given that the location is in the worst part of San Francisco and the environs include some of the most scary citizens this side of skid row, it was incredible that my wife and I made it safely to the hotel each night. There were numerous occasions were we witnessed people speaking/screaming to themselves, drug deals, various arguments (some violent) and odd violations of your personal space. Not for the faint of heart. The inn itself needs a drastic update. For $300 a night, I expected a lot more.
Kindness of the staff
No air conditioning; old fashioned style hotel; the hotel had a heavy, stale atmosphere, poorly ventilated room. The streets around the hotel were crowed with tramps.
The staff were extremely helpful and acted quickly to address any issues. Large rooms that are old but clean.
This is an older building that was recently renovated.
It was very convenient to get to downtown by public transit. Also the laundry was around the corner. The reception staff was very pleasant and helpful. The breakfast was adequate.
The bathroom was a bit small. There are quite a few of homeless people around the area but they don't bother you if you ignore them.
The hotel is clean and comfortable and the staff genuinely friendly and helpful. The hotel appears to be being renovated and the room we stayed in was freshly painted and very clean.
The location and street noise! As there is no double glazing you can hear every noise so sleep is elusive. Also the location of the hotel is on the edge of the notorious 'tenderloin' area with a lot of homeless people sleeping on the streets. Tour buses recommend that tourists avoid the area at night. We made sure to use taxis to and from the hotel at night.
The hotel was in a very poor neighborhood of San Francisco but it was clean and the breakfast was very good.
The personell spirit and engegement to solve all the new growing problems in this very historic building! The bed was O.K. and was the very single highlight in this room!
The arrival with all this homeless people in front and around the hotel, was a shock for the women! But when the receptionist explained, that this people usually are totally free of violence, they didn't fear of them. But this very first impression pulled us down the first day!Windows dirty, metal parts were rusty, most of the wooden parts wer pailted white, but very poor painted! No-one explained us how we can get warm water into the bathtube, electric light was appr. Two hours down, water dropped through the mirrorshelf and destroyed one silk.bag(!), also the elevator was very poor safed with a grid,...
It was available.
Very expensive for the facility and the location. Noisy street activities and thin windows.
Rooms clean, bed linen and towels changed every day, hotle manager helpful.
Windows need double glazing, we could hear poeple talking and shouting on the street below and we were 5 floors up, we were moved because of the noise. Hotel is in area thats not very nice, lots of people hanging around, did not feel safe returning to hotel at night. Would rate this hotel 2 staf.
The staff were friendly and helpful. They allowed us to check out about two hours later so we were able to go to Alcatraz in the morning. Very close to everything. Good Hotel.
The hotel was fine. If anything the location is in down town San Francisco which has a few homeless drunks loitering about In saying that, it is San Francisco and if your from Sydney think of it a bit like Redfern/Surry Hills/Newtown, nothing out of the ordinary. Good Hotel.
The staff. They were unfailingly kind, courteous, competent and expedient. They are a welcome and vital anodyne to the profound dysfunction of San Francisco's Tenderloin District.
It is not the Regency per se, but, rather, per quod. That is to say that Regency suffers from being in the profoundly snake bit Tenderloin District, whose streets team with society's cast offs, junkies, the untreated mentally ill, hustlers, hookers, you get the idea. This is not the fault of the good staff at The Regency who carry themselves with utmost professionalism and courtesy. The challenging context in which they work makes their efforts all the more exemplary.
Is clean but very bad located also even is renew inside it looked all
The location specially at night is very bad
Very clean and friendly.
Located at City Center which is not the nicest area in the city.