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All reviewsfree parkingnorth beachcoit toweradult entertainmentgreat locationwithin walking distanceunion squarewatch tvwould stay here againfifth floorrooms are cleancan't beat the locationnoisy at nightstreet sidelight sleeperbed was comfortablecolumbus
Stayed here for 2 nights with some friends on a trip to San Francisco. We normally stay at another hotel a mile away in a quieter area, but that hotel has drastically increased its prices, so we found the Royal Pacific. We paid $127/night, had...More
We stayed at the hotel for 3 nights whilst visiting San Francisco.
The outside of the hotel and reception area is definately in need of refurbishment and we were concerned when we arrived. However once in our room it was a different story.
So when it come to hotels and vacations I like to spoil myself since I don't get to take a vacation very often. So when I was looking around for a place to stay in San Francisco I couldn't believe how expensive hotels were and...More
This is the place to stay if you are looking for a great hotel in the Chinatown area. Check in was very quick and our room was very clean. An excellent value compared to other San Francisco hotels in the area, and you can not...More
This hotel is totally worn down. I was a little bit shocked when we arrived. I should have done some more background check on it upon booking. The most important thing was that we wanted parking space for our car. Check. The room itself was...More
As the oldest in North America, San Francisco's Chinatown is an exotic experience. A unique neighbourhood decorated with colourful shops, historic streetlights, hanging lanterns, and pagoda roofs awaits behind the stone-carved dragon gates. Feast on dim sum at the tea houses, or meet the locals who gather at historic Portsmouth Square to play chess or practice Tai Chi. Fish markets, produce stands,
tourist shops, jewelry stores, fortune tellers, temples and restaurants come together to create a world unto itself in this historic neighbourhood.