Hotel Astoria is in a great location right next door to the entrance to Chinatown. It is also a short walk to Alamo car rental so very handy if you are using them. The rooms at the Astoria are small and modest and the street can be a bit noisy but for the price were very good. Having not been to San Fran before we enjoyed being able to open our old wooden window to lean out in to the street and soak up the feel of the city. The room rate includes a breakfast which was pretty average.. toast and jam with sometimes a muffin, a bagle or an egg served in a run down old room with barely enough seats for everyone but it was adequate and free so who's complaining! We returned to the Astoria at the end of our trip for a couple of nights and the room wasn't as good so its a bit hit and miss.. the lift is tiny and can take an age to arrive so as long as you don't mind walking down the stairs to get out some times I would recommend this place as a great cheap stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Astoria, one of San Francisco’s best values, is located at the corner of Bush and Grant, right at the entrance to Chinatown. This historic hotel caters to both business and leisure travelers that appreciate a budget friendly hotel of tasteful simplicity. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Astoria Hotel San Francisco
- Astoria San Francisco