Park Grill

★★★★★
  • 333 Battery St

    San Francisco, CA 94111

    Cross street: at Clay

    Map & Directions
  • 415-296-2933

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Daily 6:30am-1:30pm
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after tons of research as usual, we decided to stay here. i rely on reviews and they never seem to disappoint. however, i learned a valuable lesson about 4 and 5 star hotels. i agree that the quality was excellent- equal to kahala mandarin oriental in oahu, and close to four seasons maui, and ritz carlton cancun- the beds, linens, pillows, furniture were very nice, the rooms were very clean and quiet, the service was excellent. i thought this would be the perfect place after reading these same things. i was very disappointed though. upon arrival, my first reaction was, oh no, this couldn't be a 4 star hotel- the lobby was about like a fairfield inn, small and bland. i was expecting a grand hotel entrance with beautiful hallways and tremendous decorations. but just very plain and small. no personality. this is where i realized 4 to 5 star quality did not mean great atmosphere and beautiful surroundings. it was very nice, but, i did not expect it to be so bland. the staff was excellent though and always very friendly and very, very helpful. after walking a few blocks around town, i really wished we had chosen one of the other hotels with personality, and not so bland. the lobby is small and simple with a small seating area which serves drinks at night. we were the only ones there and it was more business oriented, not somewhere you would enjoy very much for visiting with friends. decoration was new and nice, but minimal, and geometric. i would like to try the westin st. francis- it was in a great location, and it was beautiful.

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★★★★★

after tons of research as usual, we decided to stay here. i rely on reviews and they never seem to disappoint. however, i learned a valuable lesson about 4 and 5 star hotels. i agree that the quality was excellent- equal to kahala mandarin oriental in oahu, and close to four seasons maui, and ritz carlton cancun- the beds, linens, pillows, furniture were very nice, the rooms were very clean and quiet, the service was excellent. i thought this would be the perfect place after reading these same things. i was very disappointed though. upon arrival, my first reaction was, oh no, this couldn't be a 4 star hotel- the lobby was about like a fairfield inn, small and bland. i was expecting a grand hotel entrance with beautiful hallways and tremendous decorations. but just very plain and small. no personality. this is where i realized 4 to 5 star quality did not mean great atmosphere and beautiful surroundings. it was very nice, but, i did not expect it to be so bland. the staff was excellent though and always very friendly and very, very helpful. after walking a few blocks around town, i really wished we had chosen one of the other hotels with personality, and not so bland. the lobby is small and simple with a small seating area which serves drinks at night. we were the only ones there and it was more business oriented, not somewhere you would enjoy very much for visiting with friends. decoration was new and nice, but minimal, and geometric. i would like to try the westin st. francis- it was in a great location, and it was beautiful.

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Park Grill is a comfortable and elegant spot for a business lunch. In balmy weather, you can dine alfresco on the garden terrace. Dinner is also peaceful, with tables spaced comfortably apart around the handsome dining room. First courses…

 

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