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Hotel Diva

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • punchy design
  • in the heart of the theater district
  • accommodating service

    Cons

  • no frills
  • tiny bathrooms

Hotel Diva Review

Entering this hotel requires stepping over footprints, handprints, and autographs embedded in the sidewalk by visiting stars; with two major theaters, the Curran and the American Conservatory Theater, just across the street, this hotel has long been a magnet for actors, musicians, writers, and artists. It's undoubtedly a hip place, and the $2 million renovation in 2012 ensures that the guest rooms, especially the suites, are as urban and modern as the hotel's clientele. The splashy exterior is freshly painted in a commanding black and white. New designer carpets complement brushed-steel industrial headboards that echo the shape of ocean waves. Crisp white sheets highlighted by a purple throw, and Harry Bertoia chairs add another dose of eye candy. Window shades evoke the hotel's sexy chic with silhouettes of stiletto-heeled legs and a lingerie-clad model's torso. In true Diva fashion, these teasing images can be viewed from the street below. Bathrooms are tiny but equipped with eco-friendly bath products. Kids will appreciate the colorful Little Divas Suites decked out in vibrant bedding and stocked with toys, Wii, and a karaoke machine. A Starbucks and Colibri Mexican Bistro are just off the lobby.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 440 Geary St., Union Sq., San Francisco, CA 94102 | Map It
  • Phone: 415/885–0200; 800/553–1900
  • Website:
  • Location: Union Square

    Hotel Details

  • 115 rooms, 3 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-02-2013

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