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This is an ideal place to stay. Our room was actually 3 rooms and a closet. There was a king bed in the main room where the television and the fridge were, a queen bed in the second room, and a fairly roomy bathroom with...More
Very nice modest inn right in the heart of San Francisco. Walk to Ghirardelli sq. And Fisherman's wharf in 10 minutes. Chinatown and North Beach a little longer. Catch a cable car to the embarcadero. Great location!
We really like our stay at this place. It is in perfect location - major SF attractions within walking distance (some times up, sometimes downhill :)). Rooms are clean, beds are very comfortable. Parking is free. What else do you need while visiting for couple...More
I had a massive room with (bizarrely) two bathrooms. The room was spotlessly clean and had a huge TV and a fridge, although no safe for valuables, no kettle.
Free wifi. The "continental breakfast" is muffins and coffee in the reception area, so I skipped...More
A very nice hotel with a good connection to city's attractions via hop on-hop off bus (very recomendable, discounted tickets can be obtained at the hotel). Friendly staff especially Jonah who gave us some remarkable secret tips for tourists that you can't find elsewhere -...More
$123 - $238 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Beautiful homes, beautiful people, and a beautiful backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge welcome visitors to the Marina. Originally the location for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915 (whose remnants can be seen at the Palace of Fine Arts), much of the land was filled and flattened to accommodate a world’s fair. That ample space has given way to a jogger’s paradise at the northern edge of the city.
With the picturesque bay setting as its backdrop, it’s no surprise that the area has hosted numerous movie productions. Daytime activities focus on café culture and boutique shopping, while the evenings turn this neighborhood into a party-going hotspot.