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Whenever I come to San Francisco, I stay at the Tropicana. I have come for Spring Break, Xmas and even to go to summer school. The family is very warm and friendly. Fatima is a great cook and even fed me when I was studying....More
This is just a warning to all travelers! Even if you have a reservation, it doesnt count. My party of four reserved two rooms with two beds. One of our rooms was given away without notice. We contacted them three times to confirm our bookings....More
If you're in dire need of a place to lay your head, and you're REALLY trying to save some cash (even though its way too expensive for what you're getting) then the Tropicana is the place...
But, if you're looking for a pleasurable, clean, trouble-free...More
Comfy beds yes, but very basic, i guess you get what you pay for when it comes to customer service. She wanted us to pay cash, and when we didnt come right back to her with the dollerbills she de-authorised our keycard so we couldnt...More
I was visiting San Francisco in 2004 and stayed in this hotel, I can´t recognize this Fatima as being rude at any time of my stay there, the room was very clean and there were four towels for me to use in one week.......More
US$323 - US$344 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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