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Renoir Hotel

45 McAllister St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 878-3633
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Thank you for the best moving experience we have ever had, and we've had more than enough experience of moving, including 7 major and minor moves in the last 5 years. We've used o...


I have stayed at the Renoir and have had out of town guests stay there. It's not a luxury hotel nor a boutique hotel. It's very basic, you get a bed, bathroom, TV, a nightable, an...

best moving experience i've ever had 8/1/2011

Thank you for the best moving experience we have ever had, and we've had more than enough experience of moving, including 7 major and minor moves in the last 5 years. We've used other local and national firms over the years. None came near to your performance. Your team -- Kyle and Jeff -- were wonderful. They were skillful, careful, energetic and efficient -- and they were so cheerful throughout that it was a positive pleasure to see them around. Not that our move didn't present them with many problems. We presented them with lots of problems: furniture too big to fit through a door, frail pieces of furniture and irreplacable antiques, packed boxes galore, and lots of breakables, everything that can make a move difficult. But everything arrived safe and sound(which has never happened to us before) and in the place we wanted it to be. At the end of the day we felt like shouting for joy because this move was so well done. In all our previous moves we had goods damaged, things misplaced, and were left in a state of semi-chaos. Not so with your work. I'm recommending you to all our friends, and I would recommend you to anyone who wants moving to be an efficient, organized, satisfying experience. more

A wonderful stay 2/28/2011

Everyone -- front desk, bell staff, housekeeping -- made our stay a wonderful one, and I have already been telling friends around the world to choose the Renoir when they come to San Francisco, and I have been telling local friends in the Bay Area to tell their friends and organizations that it is a great place to recommend for out of town guests and conference accommodations.Even the remodeling that was going on while we were there was carried out in a guest-friendly way -- everyone was always aware of guests' need to come and go with minimal disruption. Of course, we love the building, too -- such a great building! Congratulations on building such a wonderful staff! more

Good experiences and good hotel!!! 12/29/2010

ALL THE PEOPLE that work here are very nice!!! San Fransisco is amazing!! more

Everything here was fine. Thank You 12/7/2010

My overall experience was good stayin at Renoir Hotel. more

Convinient Location 11/23/2010

The room is clean and the bathroom is clean. The hotel is excellent location - close to everything. more

Thank you 11/17/2010

Good for the towels systems and for the pressure of the water. more

Very lovely stay! 11/9/2010

Thank you so much!!! We could spend an enjoyable time here. One of the front desk staff said " Good morning " in Japanese. I was very surprised, very good! more

Its a convinent hotel. 11/5/2010

There was a golden lion (looks like a “Mitsukoshi Department Store” lion) by the entrance. Also Renoir oil paintings or prints as the hotel name represented. High ceiling, big columns and gold colored decor were impressive. It looked like the triangle building shape made guest rooms’ sizes different. Convenient location as the hotel was located on Market St. Whenever I travel, rates and locations are important factors. more

Great Hotel! 11/3/2010

The Renoir and its staff certainly exceeded our expectations! more

Good Stay 10/28/2010

Room was comfortable with acceptable cleanliness and some Japanese information. Bath tab was big enough but amount of shower water was not enough. Employees were friendly, gave me directions. If you could use street cars and buses well, it would not be a big problem to go out in the night. more

I woulld tell family and friends 10/25/2010

I recommend for family with kids, couples, single, honeymoon, girls, mature adults. good employees, nearby good dining places, shopping. My husband and I found the hotel while we were walking SF downtown. We liked the building and the lobby with gorgeous carpets and fine arts. Looked historical, French hotel as the name showed. We wished to stay there. Location is good, close to Union Sq and cable car. Guests should use cabs at night. Front desk employees and door person were nice and welcomed us although we were just visiting the hotel. more

Great 10/13/2010

Excellent conceirge. more

fine and comfortable stay 10/8/2010

Thanks for everything we stayed fine and very comfortable. San Fran is a beautiful city! more

It was a nice stay 10/7/2010

Very good, it was a nice stay with kind people working at this hotel. more

nice stay while being in San Francisco 9/30/2010

Convenient public transportation access (10 min to cable car, in front of MUNI metro and buses) There are some restaurants including a fast food place close to the hotel. It was good. Room was clean for this price category. The Aida Hotel is right across the street. Front Desk employee arranged airport shuttle for me when I just asked how to go to the airport. more

Renoir Hotel in San Fran 9/28/2010

Very nice ! more

Good Stay 9/23/2010

Very nice, but a free wifi could be a plus! :) more

Excellent stay here 9/20/2010

Very good, but needs hotel parking. Everything else was excellent, thank you. more

part2 9/16/2010

There are some advantages to remodeling an old hotel. We actually had a large closet, a real closet. I’m trying to remember the last time I had a real closet in a hotel. This one was about five feet long with a bar and a shelf. Hanging on the inside of the closet door was a full size ironing board. The Renoir also supplied eight wooden hangers that actually could be removed from the bar. There was no trying to thread the hook into the eye trying to hang the hanger back up. Another advantage to having an old hotel was that our window opened – as far as we more

newly remodeled and refurbished 9/16/2010

The lobby was small but the people at the desk had a great view of the entire area, including the two elevators. There were a few sofas and chairs, racks with tourist brochures, and a small dining area for breakfast and lunch. There was a door leading to a pub and a full service restaurant. The lobby was neat and clean and looked like it was newly remodeled or refurbished. But the old triangular building still held much charm with its high ceilings, detailed moldings, and old brass elevator doors. We requested as King/non-smoking and not only did we get exactly what we asked for but the entire floor was non-smoking. At one point I thought I heard an employee say that the whole hotel was non-smoking but the floor below us did not have the “no smoking” signs on their doors. This may have been a recent change and they just hadn’t gotten around to putting up the signs. The room was a typical hotel room, with a king bed and just enough room to walk around it. The wall opposite the bed had a desk with one drawer, a lamp, and chair, a dresser with 3 deep drawers and a TV, and another dresser with 3 deep drawers and an ice bucket with a mirror over the second dresser. There were two night stands next to the bed, each with a drawer, a shelf and a lamp; one also had a clock radio and a phone. There was one overhead light over the main part of the room but not in the hall with the closet. The wall paper and rugs were fairly new as was the print of a still life on the walls. more
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  • The Scene
    This cool, triangular-shaped building was constructed in 1909. It offers a unique fusion of styles--from its ornate, Victorian style lobby to its Cafe do Brasil, which claims to be the city's first and only Brazilian Churrascaria. The cafe's yellow and lime green walls provide the backdrop for all-you-can-eat barbecues and performances reminiscent of Carnivale, complete with girls in bikinis and elaborate headdresses.

    The Details
    The 135 guest rooms were renovated in 2001 and come in a variety of types. The suites are the best, with large separate sitting areas (complete with sofa beds) whose big windows look out over Nob Hill, Market Street and the Financial District. Decor is tasteful: dark carpeting, dark furnishings and fabrics in shades of rose and green. Accommodations come with data ports, and the hotel can offer fax and copy services. A reasonably priced airport shuttle is available. This is a non-smoking property.

  • 6/13/2004 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Neighborhoods:

    Northeast, Civic Center