Best Rooms: There isn't too much in the way of views, as the hotel is surrounded by buildings, but rooms facing Clay St. on floors 4 - 11 are your best bet for views of the city.
Best Rooms: Most rooms have views of the city; rooms facing California St. have obstructed views from floor 8 and below, while rooms facing Mason St. have good views of the city from floors 5 and up. Rooms on the northeast side, on the higher floors, offer views of the bay.
Best Rooms: Centrally located in San Francisco, King George Hotel is surrounded by buildings, so views are limited.
Best Rooms: Rooms facing Mason St. that end in *09, *10, *12 and *14, from floors 9 - 12 (e.g. 910, 1112), offer nice city views.
Best Rooms: Rooms facing Mason Street on floors 6 and higher in the Main Building have the best partial city views and are available mainly as Historic Kings. Many Historic Kings also face Geary Street and have good street views. Rooms in the club building that face the pool are the other best options for views; these rooms are mainly available as Premier Kings.
Best Rooms: Inn At Union Square is encircled by equally tall buildings, blocking any potential views of the city.