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I stayed at this hostel for about a week while in the usa. the staff members were really nice and helpful. some tenets are a little "out there" but thats the beauty of it all. I met a lot of exciting, creative, excentric people. Ive...More
This place is seriously rediculous. DOnt stay here alone you'll be fine if you stay with friends but dont expect anything just sleep there and leave cus haight street is beautiful and you can walk to buena vista park and golden gate park and find...More
During my stay at the 555 I fell in love with San Francisco. This place has character coming out the windows.
As far as the amenities are concerned everything met my expectations. The place is a kooky old building, but its clean and safe. There...More
a small size Hostel, simple cozy environment, real people and friendly staff
I recommend it to all young travellers who wants to a have a good time and a real original feel of san francisco, I will definatly stay there again
I think this is a great hostel. I, coming from Britain, really enjoyed my stay at this hostel, it has a very cozy atmosphere. It has been recently painted and worked on, so its now better than before. People are real and friendly. staff here...More
US$ 20 - US$ 50 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms
United States >
San Francisco >
Also Known As
555 Haight Guesthouse Hotel San Francisco
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The area surrounding the intersection of Haight and Ashbury streets, “The Haight” still exudes vibes of the 1960s counterculture as a haven for vintage clothes, music, pop posters and body piercing shops. While the Summer of Love ended decades ago, Haight-Ashbury has turned into a melting pot of hippies, hipsters, and professionals. Walking through its streets can still feel like stepping back in time.
A must-see neighbourhood for most music fans, it’s easy to see why these streets attracted the likes of the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin. You’ll likely be content in The Haight day or night, just be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.