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Hotel Zephyr - San Francisco Hotels

Hotel Zephyr

250 Beach Street, San Francisco - Map
Clean hotel and helpful staff. Hotel amenities in the outside gathering areas were entertaining.
A Traveller
Casa Loma Hotel - San Francisco Hotels

Casa Loma Hotel

610 Fillmore St, San Francisco - Map
"Nice hotel with no bathroom in room. "
The hotel stay wasn't a bad experience..the room was cosy and performed its function. The only semi problem that I encountered..was the bathroom were down the hal, it was kind if a burden to have to leave your room half naked. 2nd issue was..I like the window open..but the street was sooo loud and as the morning came the noise began to roar..there was no sleeping i, despite how drunk I was the night before
Traveller from Sacramento
Grant Hotel - San Francisco Hotels

Grant Hotel

753 Bush St, San Francisco - Map
"Great location. 2 star quality at best. "
Great location. Beds and pillows were super uncomfortable. Although the room appeared to be clean it smelled terrible (like febreeze over smoke) and you didn't want to touch anything because it felt dirty. Breakfast was great with lots of sweets and no place to sit down.
A Traveller
Royal Pacific Motor Inn - San Francisco Hotels

Royal Pacific Motor Inn

661 Broadway, San Francisco - Map
"Prices were good, free parking!"
We used just to sleep, the second night we were there, we arrived at the motel around 11:00pm, to find 4 police cars and several police officers on the second floor where we were staying. A bit scary to say the least! Everything was okay, just something we're not used to.
A Traveller
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Adrian Hotel - San Francisco Hotels

Adrian Hotel

493 Eddy Street, San Francisco - Map
"Adrian Hotel"
The hotel was perfect for the price we paid. The room was small but decorated well and came with a mini fridge and microwave which was unexpected. The downfall is the location and the shared bathroom, but overall our stay was nice.
Traveller from Sacramento, CA
Argonaut Hotel - a Noble House Hotel - San Francisco Hotels

Argonaut Hotel - a Noble House Hotel

495 Jefferson St, San Francisco - Map
"Excellent hotel, great location"
Right at the end of fisherman's wharf and a 5 minute walk to a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge, this hotel is in a really great location. The rooms are decorated to a high standard and kept very clean. My only criticism is that at times you can hear the voices of people in other rooms, not great when the neighbors have a screaming baby!
Traveller from UK
Hotel V - South San Francisco Hotels

Hotel V

222 S Airport Blvd, South San Francisco - Map
"Shockingly pleasant"
The hotel was great, above my expectations. I was really happy about that. It was a bit noisy but I supposed that's to be expected being that it's so close to the airport. Other than that the staff was great, facility was upto date and I was not disappointed. Would most definitely recommend this hotel and look forward to staying again; it suited my needs perfectly! Thank you.
Traveller from new york
Hotel Union Square - San Francisco Hotels

Hotel Union Square

114 Powell St, San Francisco - Map
When we first arrived, we had a deluxe queen. There was nothing "deluxe" about it! It was basically a closet with a queen bed in it. There was no point to even having a window in the room, because it just was up against the other wall of the hotel without any light coming in. It was awful. I knew I would not be able to spend three nights in that room without losing my mind, so I went down to the front desk to ask if there were any upgrades available. Thankfully, there was one left. She gave us the room key to go look at it before we decided to move. WHAT A DIFFERENCE! It was an additional $45/night for the new room but worth every cent compared to the last room. The staff there was beyond wonderful. They were always willing to give us directions, recommendations, etc. I highly recommend the hotel!
A Traveller
The Mosser - San Francisco Hotels

The Mosser

54 4th Street, San Francisco - Map
"Nice small hotel near Union Square and Moscone Ctr"
This hotel is strategically located within a short walking distance from the Moscone Convention Center, Union Square, great shopping, BART and the trolley cars. This is NOT the place to come with the family. Instead, this is the place for a single traveler looking for a place a stay while in the City. There is no need to rent a car. Just take BART to the Powell Station, get out and walk 1/2 block. You can always get a taxi or just wait in line for the trolley car for a fun ride to the Wharf. Parking in this area is horribly expensive (up to $54/night) so it's worth it to take public transportation. Great shopping (Westfield Mall is amazing), Union Square shopping, movie theater, etc. are all there. The rooms are very small so if you can get past that, remember that this is just a place to stay while you venture around the City. If you think of this place like a B&B, you'll be just fine. To save some $$, I stayed in a small room with a sink, bed and TV and shared a bathroom and shower. It is shared between 4-6 rooms (if they're rented). I didn't have any trouble and it was worth the minor inconvenience. San Francisco is a very expensive place to stay so look at all options and see what works for you. In my case, what worked for me would NOT work if I had brought my spouse.
Traveller from Orange County, CA
Holiday Inn San Francisco International Airport - South San Francisco Hotels

Holiday Inn San Francisco International Airport

275 S Airport Blvd, South San Francisco - Map
We can hear the door open/close from your neighbor room. Overall t the location and place is good.
A Traveller

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    Upon landing at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), you can quickly jump on the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), which offers direct access to most of the city’s districts. From here, grabbing a taxi or simply walking to your accommodation is quick and easy. When packing for this destination, bring comfortable shoes; San Francisco is built on steep hills, and the majority of residents and tourists prefer to get around on foot rather than drive a car.

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