The Deluxe Double Room, which at 385 square feet is bigger than your average standard San Francisco room, feels spacious and bright. The offerings at the Saturday farmers market at the San Francisco Ferry Building just got a whole lot sweeter. A spherical metal sculpture and a bank of glass elevators contribute to the "modern" (by 1970s standards) look.Despite its grandiose proportions, only a small corner of the atrium-cum-lobby is in full use -- the section that houses the front desk and the small, recently renovated restaurant and bar, Eclipse.


The rest of the cavernous, echoey space is largely uninhabited.Standard rooms are big by San Francisco standards, and they're well maintained even though they haven't been fully renovated in a dozen years. Restaurant options in the immediate area are mostly of the chain variety, and nightlife is minimal.For slightly more money, Le Meridien four blocks away offers more modern rooms and a more happening restaurant.





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