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Despite an awesome location and friendly staff, I would strongly advise anyone against staying here.
The bathrooms were disgusting, dirty and smelt of urine the whole time. The room was fine, not bad for the price, however come 10pm there was no chance of down...More
***STRONGLY DO NOT recommended***
Stayed here for two nights. An unsanitary, loud place but very cheap. Still not worth the money.
- cheap stay (around $30 per night)
- unsanitary room. Unclean, old, and smelly
- unsanitary bathroom. Unclean and smelly. Lacks paper...More
The Hostel look poor but I guess this what you can get for that price (expensive though but considering that SF is ridiculously expensive this accommodation was cheaper than others).
You will have to share the bathroom, which is divided by men and women. The...More
I generally stay in Oakland to save money or the Wharf if I can get a good deal but neither seemed that great an option so I reluctantly took a shot on this place. I've never done the 'upstairs hotel' or shared bathroom thing but...More
This is a great spot if you aren't spending much time at the hotel. It's not a spa and is best for sleeping and resting up. Make sure to reserve a room with your own bathroom ($25 extra), or you'll feel like you have been...More
$91 - $138 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The aroma of freshly roasted coffee beans, the sounds of opera, and the sights of the romantic Italian ristorante come together to create the charming neighborhood of North Beach, once the stomping grounds for the Beatnik Generation. Although parts of North Beach are known for nightlife that’s not always suitable for younger visitors, few neighborhoods in the city exude as much European charm and style.
Peruse a bookstore for the literature of Kerouac, Ferlinghetti and Ginsberg, grab some gelato and head to Washington Square for a perfect afternoon of people watching. Just east of North Beach, the hills and staircases of Telegraph Hill are a unique delight. At its peak, the art deco Coit Tower provides sweeping panoramic views of the bay and city. The beautifully landscaped Filbert Street Steps, a street too steep for a roadway, rewards those willing to hike uphill. Keep your ears open and you might even hear the squawk of the wild parrots who call this neighborhood home.