Clift Hotel Reviews; San Francisco, USA
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Clift Hotel, San Francisco

495 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
Clift Hotel Review
 
4 Star Rating
3 June 2016Clift Hotel
Tags: San Francisco, USA, Boutique reviewsThe Bill: £340 per night
 

Located in San Francisco’s financial district, Clift is part of the Morgans Hotel Group and with its stylish-features and contemporary elegance it really stands out from the crowd and appeals to a young and creative audience.

The lobby is a bit like entering a Lewis Carroll novel, there is a host of eye-catching pieces of furniture, and each piece seems to tell its own story. They have a giant chair which is perfect Instagram fodder and should be on your to-do list. After checking-in we made our way towards the elevator, when we arrived at our floor it was like arriving at another chapter in the Clift story. When the door opened we were greeted by two crystal-clear chairs, lilac walls, and a pastel theme that continued into our suite.

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Our suite had a lovely, elegant look, it was white with powder pastel touches. It was spacious, almost large enough to call an apartment in which you could easily spend a large period of time treating it as your city pad. There was a huge dining room table and chairs, along with a huge sofa which provided enough space for a small army.

“A truly Interesting, unique, and enjoyable experience.”

The bedroom is in a separate room, so you can easily use the lounge area as a meeting space if needed. The bathroom offered a separate bath, along with a walk-in shower which I have to say was incredibly powerful. The furniture throughout is very individual and unique, there is a certain character and charisma that I’m quite confident you will not find anywhere else.

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The Clift is also home to the Redwood Room, a bar paneled with the wood from a single Redwood tree and a great place to sample cocktails, along with the Velvet Room, a large venue for dining, drinking, and hosting events.

Clift is in a great location for those looking to explore the wonderful city of San Francisco, there is plenty to visit and experience all within a short walking distance. I have to add, the scent used at the Clift is perhaps one of my personal favourites to date, and I must revisit even if it’s just to have a sniff. A truly Interesting, unique, and enjoyable experience.

 
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