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Galleria Park Hotel

  • 191 Sutter St. Map It
  • Financial District
  • Design
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  • A can't-beat location one block from BART
  • Friendly management
  • Renovated in 2013


  • Small rooms and bathrooms
  • Plenty of city noise

Updated 05/02/2013

Fodor's Review

A green-certified hotel, the boutique Galleria Park has a dedicated clientele and is particularly packed on weekdays with corporate travelers making the most of being close to BART, the Chinatown Gate, Union Square, and the high-end Crocker Galleria shopping complex. A recent multimillion-dollar renovation to the property brought a new French Brasserie, updated fitness rooms, and reimagined guest quarters. Small rooms offer typical technological amenities and eco-friendly

bath products as well as new chocolate-tiled showers and Keurig coffeemakers. The hotel manages to be both hip and welcoming, inviting guests to lounge in the lobby on soft couches. Complimentary morning coffee and tea and evening wine are served in front of the pièce de résistance, a massive, hand-sculpted art-nouveau fireplace that looks like it leaped out of a fairy tale. Original 1911 skylights and artwork by local artists contribute to the inviting atmosphere.

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Hotel Information


191 Sutter St., San Francisco, California, 94104, United States

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415-781–3060; 800-792–9639

Hotel Details:

  • 177 rooms, 8 suites
  • Rate includes No meals

Updated 05/02/2013

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May 25, 2012

Galleria Park Hotel Review

Loved this place, despite incredibly tight space in room. A perfect location for almost everything - close to some major sights downtown, easy access to BART, bus, trolleys for everything else. Prefer breakfast next door at Bread and Chocolate to the one in the attached restaurant (Japanese lunch/dinner). Ask for a terrace-view room and/or upper floor back to avoid noise. If you get a good deal and can cope with slightly cramped quarters, this

is convenient, pleasant, and not cookie-cutter.

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