I stayed at one the Inn's self-catered apartments at 88 Caselli. We initially had a bit of a problem with double booking, but they were extremely apologetic and enabled an alternate arrangement for our first night. Once we got there, though, i was pretty impressed. For the price of decent HoJo or Holiday Inn (+/-$150) we had a whole apartment in a great neighborhood. The kitchen was fully stocked with equipment and has a water filter. My only complaints would be that it's a little dark and the pillows are slippery. It's not romantic in a frilly Victorian way, but it certainly worked for what brought to it! A grocery store was a block away and Castro street was a 10 minute walk.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An Inn with 8 individually appointed bed rooms in an Edwardian Town house. Modernist interior with original Edwardian details. For 37 years. A full breakfast is served round a Saarinen table where you meet fellow travelers from around the world. Located at Castro and Market streets. With public transport connecting you to all the major places in the city. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Inn On Castro Hotel San Francisco