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Visited in June for 6 nights but shortened my stay to 4 nights due to health & safety issues, hygiene ( WC out of order and very small, mice all over the place incl beds) surrounding area (dangerous area; so many homeless people begging for...More
I would like to preface this with a couple of facts about myself. First, this is not the first time I've stayed at a hostel; it's not even the twentieth. Second, I am a man of simplicity. I don't need fancy decorations, I don't want...More
Once you've made it through the Tenderloin to get to this place, the first thing to greet you is uninterested staff who'd rather be doing a thousand other things with their time than serving you. After struggling to keep conversation with the staff you'll board...More
I would rather poop in my hands and clap than stay here again. Wifi was useless. Elevator was useless. Breakfast was a waste of time. Room smelt like cat urine. Bedding was not comfortable. Also there were plenty of odd units lurking around. Would be...More
The rooms don't lock behind you, a button needed to be pushed in from the inside of the door. No one in my dorm was informed about this upon arrival so our door wasn't always locked since people assumed it would lock behind them. Inside...More
Originally home to rallies supporting the Union Army in the Civil War, this grand square has become the city's premier shopping and entertainment district containing the largest number of upscale department stores, chic boutiques, art galleries and theatres in the city. It's a large open area where tourists and locals gather, watch cable cars and crowds go by, enjoy a snack, or plan their day of shopping and
sightseeing, If feeling the pulsating energy of the city is on your agenda, Union Square is the place to soak it in.