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Very friendly staff, rooms were tiny and not air conditioned. No frills - no coffee in the room. You can hear every single noise, including the fights in the street, the tv in the room next door, the luggage as it comes down... everything. My...More
We had planed to stay for five nights but left after three (costing us 600 non-refundable dollars). Firstly there is no ac and the room is twenty degrees hotter than it is outside. To cool the room you have to leave the balcony door open...More
Okay so it is no 5 star luxury hotel but the location is worth it. San Fran can be quite scary in the wrong location but the Wharf Inn was a great touristy spot to be. Everything was a block away and you could go...More
This Hotel might not be 'the best' in San Francisco, but it is clean, comfortable and has good car parking included in the price of your stay and has free wifi too, which is always good to have these days.
Right by all the action...More
Given the relative cost of this hotel, its location, and outward appearance in various glimpses I could get from the internet, I was NOT expecting much more than a bed, shower, and fairly secure locked door from this hotel.
However, the rooms were nicely appointed....More
US$ 230 - US$ 452 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Packed with family-friendly entertainment, quality hotels, and good food, there’s something for everyone at Fisherman’s Wharf. From street performers and historic cable cars to art galleries and museums, a postcard-worthy photo is available on every corner. Bring your appetite: seafood lovers will be rewarded with Dungeness crab and sourdough bread bowls, while Ghirardelli Square will satiate anyone’s sweet tooth
after a day at Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Don't forget to say hello to the adorable sea lions that make this neighbourhood a true San Francisco treat.
There is enough room to sit out there. There is a smaller balcony off the dining area...not sure if there was seating already out there, but you could definitely bring chairs out. The other balcony was off the living... More
There is enough room to sit out there. There is a smaller balcony off the dining area...not sure if there was seating already out there, but you could definitely bring chairs out. The other balcony was off the living room and was larger, and there is a table and chairs out there.
As a side note, you can hear the seals barking from out there...very cool!
Hello, yes the fisherman's wharf is very safe and getting back to the hotel from union square is easy and safe. There is a really good place for breakfast just a block and a half from the hotel called hollywood cafe. There... More
Hello, yes the fisherman's wharf is very safe and getting back to the hotel from union square is easy and safe. There is a really good place for breakfast just a block and a half from the hotel called hollywood cafe. There are many restaurants within walking distance from the inn for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can definitely hang out at the pier in the evening and early morning even if the shops are closed. Regarding hot water, yes.