A poor value for the room rate. Too restrictive with check-in closing @8pm. Lots of stairs, not disabled friendly. Small poorly ventilated room. Rude housekeeping staff. Overall a bad 2 night experience. Location was the primary reason for picking this hotel. Won’t stay here again!
San Francisco is an expensive city but you definitely get some unique service and a very friendly experience by staying at Parker Guest House. The staff go out of their way to help and the property itself has plenty of room to eat, drink, relax in the garden, and get a good night's sleep. Walking distance to Dolores Park, Castro, and public transport (to take you into the city, down to the wharf area), we had a lovely week here.
This delightful hotel, comprising two heritage properties, courtyard and garden, was excellent with delicious buffet breakfast and light refreshments available afternoon with free happy hour at 6 fir wine and to meet fellow guests after a day seeing the sites.
Parker Guest House is a century home with a lovely yard/patio to relax after a day's exploration of San Francisco. Staff are very friendly and helpful wanting to share their city with you. The breakfast included baked goods, fresh fruit, hot oatmeal and yogurt plus excellent coffee and a variety of teas. The late afternoon wine and snacks was much appreciated. Our room was comfortable and included everything we needed. Located on a transit line made travel to the waterfront easy plus we were able to walk to a variety of restaurants nearby.
I found Parker Guest House through TripAdvisor so thank you TripAdvisor and all the reviewers who gave it a good review. We liked everything about it: friendly and helpful staff, nicely appointed room (small, but like most European hotels we stay in), good linens, comfy bed, fine breakfast, quiet. Really enjoyed the wine o'clock in the garden. Very convenient neighborhood right on the tram line. Lots of restaurants easy walking distance and the lively park. We definitely will stay again and highly recommend it.