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It is not best but as the price we paid, it was decent. Bed was clean and comfortable, bathroom was share but I didn't have to wait, clean, just hoping that there is at least little chair or table in the bathroom. Neighborhood was little...More
First off let me say I'm pretty sure the sign for this hotel is broken. I’m pretty sure the ‘S’ fell out of hostel and they just pushed the letters together to form hotel. But I digress, as this is far from a hotel. Where...More
Good for budget travelers, but a little on the shabby side.
Shared bathrooms and showers, which were sparse but clean and rarely occupied. Bedroom was fine.Small, but clean and neat. Comfortable bed.
Looks a little uninviting from the lobby (speak to receptionist through a glass...More
Location: good, near Church Station. If you go to/from the airport, you need take the no.22 tramway to the 16th Mission station to get BART train.
The room is small but quite clean.
I prefer some places in center near Union Square but if you...More
I have stayed here a lot over the years. Owners come and go here but it still has a good weekly rate (about 50 a night) for such a great location. There is a Safeway, only a couple of minute away. There is lots of...More
$92 - $148 (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.