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Booked two days for anniversary. I knew they had no parking, but asked online for suggestions 2 weeks in advance and received not response. Asked when checking in and told we could park in neighborhood after 6pm, which is not true. It's after 9pm. Up...More
This hotel is in a very decent area felt very safe and the TV worked.. that's the only good things I can say about this place. The bed had stains on it. The room was tiny, the towels were really weird (like they would fall...More
The room was really nasty, it seems like they don't wash the sheets after someone else stays there. I wouldn't recommend it. The carpet is sticky and the room doesn't have much lighting. It is not like the pictures.
Average price hotel, only for sleep and take a shower. No a/c, no fridge, no microwave, just a double size bed with a flat screen tv and some furniture. But if you are looking a place to spend the night and take a shower, this...More
Very clean and easily located close to the Castro. Very convenient to public transportation. The room was small, however for just sleeping and getting freshened up to go explore this wonderful city. This was a great choice and VERY good on the wallet.
$103 - $142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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A flourishing commercial area that acts as San Francisco's LGBT community center and cultural heart, the Castro is a neighborhood welcome to everyone. As one of the first predominantly LGBT neighborhoods in the United States and currently its largest, it remains one of the epicenters of activism in the nation. Grand theaters and glitzy shops now compete with bars and fashionable eateries for attention,
drawing visitors from around the world to the bright rainbow flag acting as its beacon.