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A really very nice hotel, rooms although very small, very tastefully decorated. Everything was extremely clean. The location is very good as you have a direct connection to the streetcar, which brings you to the most important points SFs. The concierges were all very helpful...More
I have been to a dozen different hotels in San Francisco over the years, at each for at least a week at a time. My favorite place was a one-star establishment on the corner of Bush Street and Grant Avenue, and it broke my hard...More
Myself and my wife visited here for 4 days at the end of our honeymoon.
The hotel is good but not great and here are the reasons.
The hotel was a very reasonable price which may be the reason for the points below.
We had a pleasant time at this hotel for two nights during our stay in San Francisco. The room was clean with a comfortable bed and finished in a boutique style. As we arrived we were welcomed by friendly staff. We were placed in a...More
Great hotel in a very good location in San Fran. Really close to a tram stop, free coffee/tea/hot chocolate etc. Slightly small rooms but very clean and friendly staff. Really enjoyed our stay and would stay there again
US$ 149 - US$ 250 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Chock full of designer boutiques, art galleries, funky shoe stores, and great restaurants, it’s hard to imagine Hayes Valley once languished in the shadow of a major freeway. Its removal allowed for the creation of an attractive boulevard on Octavia Street with a community park at its center and dozens of trendy businesses to satisfy visitors looking for a stylish respite.