The Mosser's 166 guestrooms fuse Victorian touches with sleek sophistication. This Union Square hotel offers a little funk and spunk with
its renovation and low prices. Combining an artistic vibe with a central location, The Mosser is the only hotel in San Francisco to host a recording studio.
Centrally located for easy access to the Moscone Convention Center, shopping, and Bay Area attractions, the hotel's staff is committed
to serving guests.
All rooms feature AM/FM Stereos with CD player, alarm clocks, ceiling fans, direct dial phones with dataports and voicemail. Irons
with boards, 100% cotton robes and hair dryers are also included. Rooms have custom made platform beds, wooden Venetian blinds and marble bathrooms.
Double/Double paned windows ensure a restful nights sleep.
M.B. writes, "We stayed at the Mosser Victorian for one night. Be sure that you understand what kind of room you're going to get.
I don't think my husband actually realized we would be sharing bathroom facilities with others. Although this wasn't as bad as I first thought, the room
itself was not comfortable for 2 people. Extremely small and cramped. The shower drained VERY slowly, but the towels and robe were very nice. Valet
parking was $23.00"
Todd writes, "We had a delightful time at the Mosser Victorian. We did have a renovated room. The staff was very helpful in giving
us directions and couldn't have been more friendly."
Jayne writes, "We have stayed at the Victorian, and sometimes lived there for extended periods of time, for years. We find it very
European, very charming, and in an excellent location. It is NOT a luxury hotel, nor is it a soulless American chain hotel, but it is very homey and affordable,
for which reason we will continue to stay there. If you aren't looking for the homogenized American "Holiday Inn"
style, but rather something historic and more characteristic of the San Francisco experience, we recommend the Victorian without reservation."
30% of rooms have shared, not private bathrooms. Internet reservation systems will note and confirm room type.
Andy writes, "I have been an adventure traveler all over the world and have never been so disappointed. Teeny tiny cramped rooms with a view of a concrete wall two feet away. The continental breakfast was mini bran muffins and coffee, neither of which did my young son any good, so I ended up buying breakfast for him elsewhere. No hot water at shower time. The weekend desk clerk was sarcastic. What a disappointment!"
V writes, I was disappointed by how small the room and
the bathroom were. Reminded me of small rooms
in a cheap Paris hotel. I didn't find any
closet to put my clothes in (I stayed for a
whole week). The view was that of a brick wall
a couple of feet away, and there was a strange
smell in the room and the corridor. The most
disappointing was the "breakfast" - mini
muffins and coffee served on the counter at the
reception (i.e. no place to sit and put your
Pros: excellent location, within a few feet of
Union Square and its shopping, cable car and
all other major transportation lines, which
made it very easy to get anywhere I wanted in
SF. Good price. Friendly and helpful staff.