A unique, European style motel from Kimpton Hotels, the West Coast quality brand. The handsome rooms are richly furnished and include
modem ports, cable television and movies.Guests are welcomed in a beautiful Italianate lobby with evening wine by the lobby's fireplace. The Cafe Pescatore
restaurant at the hotel is a convenient stop for a seafood meal. Typical rates are around $140. Our inspection of the Tuscan Inn was quite positive. The hotel
is classy with good service, and in a great location near a large grocery store and all wharf attractions. At Fisherman's Wharf, this hotel is a great choice from Kimpton Hotels.
Tuscan Inn's Sitting Room
Robin writes, "Your information on the site was fantastic! We took many suggestions from the site and discounts as well. We
stayed at the Tuscan Inn while we were there. It was nice, but the daytime staff was efficient, although not very friendly. The night staff was wonderful,
pleasant, and very helpful; making up for the day crew. The concierge was not particularly helpful, and only provided very "surface" information that
you could have read from the brochure chest by the elevators. She will however make reservations for you to go to Alcatraz, but expect attitude."
Birgit writes, "We have two small children (2, 4 years) an we had a great time at the
Western Tuscan Inn. We had two connecting rooms at $119 each (January). All kid's attractions were in walking distance, so that we didn't need a car. The
cable car turn-around point is located right behind the hotel. The closest attraction is only one block away. The hotel is first class, friendly first class! The
concierge is very helpful. We even got a late check out by three o'clock withour paying more! The hotel has a nice view of
Coit Tower and if you look out of the window you can see the Bay. It was fairly quiet an not crowded at all at this
time of the year. We loved it!"
Cindy was not fully satisfied, "We were told that the only room they had was $240 for the first night, and $270.00 for the next two
nights. We assumed, based on the price, that this was a deluxe room. The room was not deluxe in any way. It was extremely small; so small, in fact that when the
bathroom door was opened, it almost hit the bed. Also, the room was on Northpoint, and the noise was bad. The window had been taped with silver duct tape,
possibly to cut down on noise. The Tuscan was a definite let down..."
The hotel is nearby to Pier39, Ghiradelli Square, the Cannery, Alcatraz ferries, and the cable car lines. Features include:
Remote Color TV
Digital Clock Radio
Individual Climate Controls
Honor Bar / Snacks
Connecting Rooms on Request
Iron and Ironing Board
Italian Roast Coffee, Tea, and Biscotti every morning in lobby.
Manager's wine reception nightly at lobby fireplace
Limousine service to Financial District weekdays.
Concierge, on-site restaurant / sidewalk cafe with rustic Italian cuisine, and valet parking.
The editors of SFTravel.com recommend this property as an excellent choice when staying at Fisherman's Wharf based on our on-site
evaluation. The editors of Frommer's Travel Guide agree in rating the Tuscan Inn as the "Best Hotel in Fisherman's Wharf".
Ian Yates writes, "Just got back from a great holiday in San Francisco. Stayed at the Tuscan Inn. This hotel is well worth the money. It is clean warm friendly.Just wish we were going back tomorrow."