There were no screens on the windows (one at each end of the room), no air conditioner or fans, no toilet paper, no toilet paper holder, no towel rack and no bathroom mirror. The tub was equipped with a shower nozzle but no way to direct the water to the nozzle. Towels were the size of postage stamps and were stiff rather that soft. There was no wi-fi as advertised but the room seemed clean enough. With the windows open it was quite noisy and the street cleaners (imagine vacuums the size of trash trucks) begin as early as 6am. At $149.00 + tax it was the most expensive camping experience we've ever had.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mix in some vintage Hawaii and throw in a dash of modern San Francisco, with a touch of Las Vegas and the results equal, San Francisco's newest hotel The Hotel Tropica. Colourful and bright mosaics, Hawaiian fabrics, Chinese bamboo, palm trees and beautiful vintage art adorn the hotel, making for a most unique experience.The hotel consists of 40 guestrooms featuring single and double beds, refrigerators and microwaves in each room, cable TV+ HBO, private bathrooms with full tubs and showers, FREE high speed internet access in every room, and electronic locks. There are 3 rooms with bay windows overlooking Valencia Street. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tropicana Hotel San Francisco