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always love to stay in san Francisco and tour the city at night. last time i was here didn't get the chance to go the Lombard Street love it and the wife now whats garden like that also love to go and eat at the...More
We visited The Redwood Inn during Fleet Week, last week. We were 3 middle age women, and did not want to spend the $600.00-700.00 / night that hotels in Fisherman's Wharf area were charging. The first encounter was my phone call to Paul, the manager....More
We picked this hotel due to price, location and my parents had stayed before. It is very dated in decor and amenities but it was a lot less expensive than many other hotels in San Francisco, and when you just want somewhere clean to wash...More
We checked in around 7pm and were given the handicapped room on the second floor. It was terrible. It smelled heavily of cigarette smoke and was overall not in great condition. The seat in the shower was ripped and moldy with rusty staples sticking out...More
Hotel was in great location and provided parking space. No breakfast included, however receptionist kindly provided pastries and cookies -- pleasant surprise with early morning departure to Muir Woods. Clean, but old.
US$ 112 - US$ 181 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Beautiful homes, beautiful people, and a beautiful backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge welcome visitors to the Marina. Originally the location for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915 (whose remnants can be seen at the Palace of Fine Arts), much of the land was filled and flattened to accommodate a world’s fair. That ample space has given way to a jogger’s paradise at the northern edge of the city.
With the picturesque bay setting as its backdrop, it’s no surprise that the area has hosted numerous movie productions. Daytime activities focus on café culture and boutique shopping, while the evenings turn this neighbourhood into a party-going hotspot.