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All reviewspacific heightsfillmore styogurtcontinental breakfastnice kitchensitting areawould stay here againevery morninghard boiled eggstop floorqueen bedpublic transportationa great place to staynext morningwithin walking distancetwo blocksfireplace
I gave my mom a week's stay at Jackson Court as a gift. Unfortunately, the concierge, Paz, at the front desk was unhelpful, impatient, and blatantly rude to my mom, who's a senior. The concierge told my mom she complains too much. My mother found...More
We stayed for three pleasant nights at Jackson Court. I chose the location based on friends living nearby, but the charm of the building and neighborhood were definitely pluses. Continental breakfast of coffee, juice, yogurt, cut fruit, breads, bagels, muffins, peanut butter, cottage cheese, etc....More
The Jackson Court is an old Pacific Heights Mansion that has been converted into a small, quiet hotel that is immaculately maintained. It has an old world feel and that it lovely. The staff couldn't be more accommodating. Beds are firm, showers excellent. Nice kitchen...More
I stayed at the Jackson Court Inn for 4 days at the end of June and the beginning of July 2017. My reason for visiting San Francisco was to visit my daughter and I specifically chose the Jackson Court because it was 4 blocks away...More
Cozy hotel within walking distance to public transportation. Delightful staff, very accommodating and warm. Nice kitchen for complimentary breakfast. Would definitely stay again. Each room is different. Generous with extra bedding. Afternoon tea is a nice touch.
Hmmm. We had our own car. It's not near any public transportation and the area has enough hills to discourage walking your luggage a long way. i would say taxi or the 'uber' ride service. Call or email the office at... More
Hmmm. We had our own car. It's not near any public transportation and the area has enough hills to discourage walking your luggage a long way. i would say taxi or the 'uber' ride service. Call or email the office at Jackson Court for their suggestion.