To qualify for such recognition, Warwick San Francisco Hotel had to achieve a 4 out of 5 star rating by travelers for the complete 12 month year. The hotel is rated on location, sleep quality, room quality, service, overall value, and cleanliness. In each of these categories, Warwick San Francisco was rated a 4 or higher. In 2012 alone, the hotel received 175 “excellent” reviews which is the highest ranking a traveler can leave.
Though the hotel is centrally located, outstanding service was consistently mentioned throughout all reviews. The overwhelming amount of staff mentions on the hotel’s Trip Advisor page is reflective of the high levels of service and attention to detail.
This boutique hotel prides itself on personalized guest interaction on a level that is difficult to find. Features of the hotel’s service include guests being greeted by name upon arrival and for the remainder of their stay giving a constant reminder that they are always remembered and never forgotten. Guest needs are paramount on Warwick International Hotels’ Credo and the hotel is known for its caring and attentive front of house staff members. From providing personalized wake-up calls, to an extremely knowledgeable and dependable concierge staff, the staff ensure guests’ time in San Francisco is successful and memorable.
Due to its high levels of service and awards such as the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, Warwick San Francisco Hotel enjoys a high number of repeat guests who consider it to be their “second home”. Whether traveling for business or leisure the hotel caters to all expectations with a sense of urgency, professionalism and poise radiating from its team.
About Warwick San Francisco Hotel
Warwick San Francisco Hotel’s beautiful and historical building (warwicksf.com) was designed and built by the prominent American Architect Arthur Brown, Jr. and was originally built as the Maryland Hotel in 1913. This was a major historical time in America during the Pan-Pacific International Exposition with the World’s Fair held in San Francisco in 1915. Its ostensible purpose was to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal, but it was widely seen in the city as an opportunity to showcase its recovery from the 1906 Earthquake. Multiple historical buildings many of which still stand today - were built during this flourishing time. Warwick San Francisco is honored to be a part of this history.