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We stay here on frequent visits to SF. The rooms and beds are comfortable, and light breakfast is adequate (coffee shop across street sells hot breakfast sandwiches for a change on some days). Love the microwave and frig in rooms (tiny grocery across street or...More
We stayed here for a two night trip. Bedding was new, with what I would describe as blocky firm pillows. Our room on the third floor (207) was quiet, but quite dark as it was tucked around the corner. The bathroom was remodeled with a...More
We made a quick trip to the city for the weekend. Pleasantly surprised with price and room. Room with 2 beds haf a wall separating them. This was great for some privacy, but not great for watching tv. Large room by San Francisco standards. Newer...More
During our recent stay in San Francisco we decided to stay here to save a little on parking, since we wouldn't be getting to the hotel until late that night. Trust me, it's not worth the savings - the room was run-down and dim; things...More
It has really old and smelly rooms. The pictures in the webpages like expedia, booking, etc are fake!
My bed sheath had couple of stains, probably not well washed. The bathtub and bathroom door were both broken. The entrance door of my room was so...More
US$173 - US$811 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Russian Hill has evolved into a chic residential neighborhood with outstanding views from every corner. Combined with several great cafes, restaurants, antique shops and boutiques, it’s easy to see why any visitor would gladly leave their heart in San Francisco. Cars line up day after day to drive down Lombard Street, the “crookedest” street in the world, and make the slow creep downhill past charming period
homes. Polk Street is the main drag in this neighborhood, where you will find trendy bars, cafes and shops populated with locals, but for one of the most charming rides in the city, grab a cable car heading up and down Hyde Street.
Parking is free, but I'd say they only have about 15 spots. I got there early and it wasn't a problem, but it filled up fast. It's one of the last hotels in the Wharf area with free parking that I know of.