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We were going there for my son's wedding and had a car so the free parking was great. The location was equally great and Mona, the desk clerk, was who my boyfriend talked to on the phone initally, was great. She was helpful with directions,...More
Ok hotel, excellent location, great price... enjoyed my stay here. Only a 7 minute walk to Fisherman's wharf, and a very nice staff. Nice rooms with lots of cable channels... Only bad thing was that the light switches would not work upon returning from the...More
Hotel has a good location, nice sized rooms, well maintained, clean, free parking. The owners have obviously invested a lot in the hotel (considerating its location). So, why after all that, would you hire the worst desk clerks ever? Upon check in, the first clerk...More
I would definitely NOT stay here again. The walls were paper thin, the beds very uncomfortable, the bathroom smelled like urine, the coffee maker was dirty, the room was very cramped, and the décor very dreary and dated. On top of all that, it was...More
We spent 2 nights here in mid- March. Not as bad as the reviews had me expecting. The rooms are basic but fairly clean. Motel staff were very helpful; quickly providing additional pillows and a missing chair from my room(??) . Very good coffee in...More
Russian Hill has evolved into a chic residential neighborhood with outstanding views from every corner. Combined with several great cafes, restaurants, antique shops and boutiques, it’s easy to see why any visitor would gladly leave their heart in San Francisco. Cars line up day after day to drive down Lombard Street, the “crookedest” street in the world, and make the slow creep downhill past charming period
homes. Polk Street is the main drag in this neighborhood, where you will find trendy bars, cafes and shops populated with locals, but for one of the most charming rides in the city, grab a cable car heading up and down Hyde Street.
Parking is free, but I'd say they only have about 15 spots. I got there early and it wasn't a problem, but it filled up fast. It's one of the last hotels in the Wharf area with free parking that I know of.