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Stayed four nights, why do these hotels do not have refrigerators? A small item like this would make a huge difference to travellers, to keep drinks and food cool. Very clean, comfortable beds,, although a bit of a hazzard with bed legs and corners as...More
We spent a couple of nights in the Grant Hotel and really enjoyed our stay. The sleeping was wonderful and the breakfast very good. The location was handy to several convenience stores, restaurants and trolley stops and there is ample parking if needed. They also...More
Good choice for family in SF on budget. Rooms are ok, decent shower, TV. Can get hair dryer at front desk. Breakfast included is several kinds of good pastry and various kinds of coffee from machine - black coffee and hot chocolate are ok. Nice...More
Our room was clean and tidy, breakfast was coffee and pastries and lots of them with food choice! We found the hotel to be well situated in the city too!
We stayed here twice before and after a big cycle tour and they were kind...More
The hotel is OK I guess, rooms and bathrooms are clean .Free tee, coffee and breakfast ( just croissants) are nice. But hotel is very dated, smells , we had slow internet speed in our room.
Also if you plan to walk around, hotel is...More
$126 - $223 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#17 Best Value Hotel in San Francisco
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