The Hotel Frank was renovated to a 1940's style with 150 rooms near the theater district. The hotel is a collaboration between a
popular hotel owner and restaurant owner. It's a promising new entrant in the Union Square area. S.E. writes, "Loved the Hotel Frank. all in all a great little hotel, very convenient to lots of stuff." Andy's Rating = "B"
Travelers write that rooms are smaller and the hotel is older. It has some unique art deco style and is located conveniently to
BART subway transportation. The hotel is very popular for its value in this area.
Wilson writes, "Hotel has a great location, right by Union Square and the theater district. Maxwell restaurant is fab with huge portions. Rooms were decorated lovely to a 1940's theme. Staff were always friendly and helpful. Would go back!! Guests staying at Maxwell should try a lovely cocktail/piano bar a few doors down. The Piano player is a real entertainer!!!!"
Natalie writes, "DO NOT STAY HERE, BEWARE!!!This Hotel is terrible! I have never in my life stayed anywhere so filthy. The rooms smelled and were noisy. The decor is old and the ambiance of the Hotel is scary! The linens were worn and had cigarette burns and the bathroom looked like a gas station bathroom. SAVE your money, DO NOT stay here, I am warning you. Do not believe their web site, the pictures there are deceiving. Look at TRIPADVISOR.com and read reviews there; select lowest rating to highest and read the reviews. The suites here are a RIP OFF!!!!"