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A hotel in the Japantown area of San Francisco.

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Japanese-style hotel that brings you tea when you check-in...Hotel Kabuki

  • Jun 26, 2009
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So I said I would review all the hotels we stayed at.  Yes, we went as a family, but we do not all have the same taste.  Which is why we all stayed at different hotels.  Well my sister and her friends stayed at Hotel Kabuki.   And let me say...  she made it sound like a great place to stay!

According to my sister and her friends...In a nutshell:
Location: Great location in Japantown.  It's near Kimono shops, gift stores, clubs, Fillmore Street, cafes and many many restaurants. Which is also why they stayed there, they don't like to walk as much!!
 
Staff:  Housekeeping was great!  They went above and beyond to help her out.  They knew she was a tourist and they made sure they pointed her out to the right restaurants and places she wanted to go. Oh!  And one of the staff members got them a taxi while they ran to the bathroom!
 
Room:  The first room she was going to get was the Kabuki King Room.  She thought it was too small for her taste, so both of her friends and her got the Executive Suite.  They loved it!  There was sleep number beds, **Private sauna**, separate living room, an honor bar...and more!  Room was very clean and as soon as they all checked in, they got their complimentary tea! 
 
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My conclusionIf you don't mind being next to clubs, shops, restaurants and cafes, then this would be a great place for you to stay.  If you would like to have a private sauna in your room, then this would also be a great place to stay.  And yes, even though it's surrounded near a busy location, my sister said that it's a very calm hotel, perfect for your yoga. 

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Quick Tip by . March 26, 2010
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I'd stay there again. Very convenient and reasonably priced
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About this hotel

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Recently renovated in 2007, the new décor elegantly balances the refined beauty of the East and West. Guests will experience a sense of place that reflects both historic and worldly Japantown as well as the pulse of San Francisco. The location is central to shopping, dining, university and medical center businesses and entertainment, including a new Sundance film theater complex and a choice of music venues within walking distance.

 

 

All 218 guestrooms at Hotel Kabuki were renovated in October 2007, in a refined and serene style. Amenities include luxurious linens, 26-inch flat LCD televisions, on-demand movies, iPod docking stations with radios, bathrobes, desks, ergonomic chairs, complimentary high-speed wired and wireless internet access, hair dryers, iron/ironing board, in-room safes, Asian tea kettles and honor bars.

 

Bathrooms are also newly renovated in marble and tile, and offer bath and shower. Some rooms and suites feature traditional Japanese-style soaking tubs.

All guestrooms at Hotel Kabuki are non-smoking.

 





Hotel Kabuki
1625 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115

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Travel, Hotels, San Francisco, San Francisco Boutique Hotels, San Francisco Hotel, San Francisco Hotels, Pacific Heights Hotel, Kabuki Hotel, Japantown San Francisco

Details

Address: 1625 Post Street, San Francisco, CA
Phone: 412.922.3200

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