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This place is on Lombard street, walking distance to Fisherman's Wharf. It's an average hotel, old with few upgrades, but they have parking and if you know San Fran then you know that's premium. The place is clean and the beds are comfortable.
Good budget hotel in convenient location. Rooms were basic but clean. Small fridge and microwave were a plus. Staff was friendly and helpful. With in walking distance to Fishermans Warf, Ghirardelli Square & Lombard Street. Free breakfast was a bowl of apples. I had read...More
There have been several less than favorable reviews published recently. Enough that we had second thoughts about keeping our res reservation. Fortunately, we decided to go ahead and give it a try and area quite satisfied with our accommodations.
- incredibly friendly gentleman at...More
Years ago, this place was a nice 2 star place - modest, but well kept. Nowadays, it screams, "We just don't care!" to any visitor. Icky mold all over the bathroom walls, a broken towel rack on the wall that could be easily fixed (the...More
My friend I flew in from the UK and had a connecting flight so when we got to the hotel we were tired and just wanted to sleep. The lady at the desk didn't speak great English and when we tried checking into room which...More
$171 - $235 (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.