The Adante is an very popular and affordable hotel conveniently located in the heart of San Francisco. Rooms go for as low as $75
per night, and the hotel offers great online special room rates. The uniqueness of the Adante is in its hand-painted murals, which are to be found
all throughout the hotel, from the main lobby, to the hallways, and most distinctively, in all the guest rooms. Each floor is painted with a different
theme (such as sea life, mountainscapes, and more....), which adds charm and levity to the hotel. Guests find that this little touch goes a long way to
making their stay in San Francisco a special experience.
Adante Hotel Room
All of the Adante's 93 guestrooms are non-smoking, and come standard with amenities that you'd expect from this class of hotel: ample
closet space, a personal safe, and coffeemaker with complimentary coffee and tea. The Adante caters mostly to tourists and business people, and offers such
niceties as high-speed Internet access in every room. For those without their own computer, there are also computer terminals available for rent in the 24fps
café on the first floor of the hotel. There are also larger suites and deluxe rooms available with plush carpeting, fine furniture, and more space.
When your stomach begins to growl, there are plenty of fine dining options close by, including the
organic/vegan restaurant Millennium, as well as dozens of authentic "cheap-eats" so ubiquitous
in San Francisco - Mexican taquerías, Thai bistros, 24-hour diners, and Indian/Pakistani restaurants.
Like all the hotels in this area, you will find yourself near the Tenderloin district, and though it offers good food at inexpensive
prices, it is not one of the finest areas of the city.
As any local or hotel staff will tell you, stray east whenever leaving your hotel. There is plenty of public transportation as well,
including buses, tramlines, and the BART train, which you can use to visit Berkeley or to get to/from the
San Francisco Airport (SFO).