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We chose to stay at this motel for three days in August based on reviews we read here. Originally we had booked a hotel in the Union Square area, but wanted something in a neighborhood versus downtown. We were not disappointed. We felt very safe...More
My husband & I with our 16-yr old twins stayed at the Nob Hill Motor Inn for 3 nights in July. Great location for walking through the streets of SF to Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, Union Square & Lombard Street. The owners were extremely helpful in...More
Stayed at the Nob Hill back in December for a one night stay. I was travelling with a rental car, so it was pretty fantastic that they don't charge for parking. The couple that runs the motel were fantastic...very friendly and personeable. They recommended a...More
We just returned to NE after staying 3 nights at Nob Hill Motor Inn. It is the greatest value in San Francisco. The management was great, within walking distance to Fisherman's Wharf, and the rooms were very clean. We will certainly stay there again.
US$ 183 - US$ 376 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Swanky and stylish, Nob Hill sits in the heart of the city and is home to amazing architecture and views. The hike to the top can be a challenging workout for those who forego a cable car ride, but they will be rewarded with some of the city’s most beautiful architecture adorning its peak. Originally populated with mansions after the Gold Rush, most if not all were devastated in the 1906 earthquake and fire that
followed. Luckily all is not lost; storied hotels and Grace Cathedral surround Huntington Park. Having a drink or dinner while taking in the sunset and views at the "top of the Mark" is tough to beat.
How is the parking? Is it tight for big car? Requirements, like clearance?
17 October 2015|
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I was driving a Ford Fusion and had no problems and while I was there there were big SUV's in there too with no problems either. There is ample width for turning so you can either drive into & back out of the space or you... More
I was driving a Ford Fusion and had no problems and while I was there there were big SUV's in there too with no problems either. There is ample width for turning so you can either drive into & back out of the space or you can drive into the central area & back into the space if that's your preference, though you might find it easier to leave the boot accessible while the car's parked so driving in is probably the better option.
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"We were on the first floor. The cars and office are at ground level. There is an elevator, but we generally..."