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The hotel is situated approximately one and a half miles from downtown Union Square. The long walk into town was along market Street, where we had to pass quite a few homeless people, but they were no bother and were not begging, so this wasn't...More
We booked this hotel based on its reputation of being clean and friendly. True to its form, our hotel room was clean, well maintained, and a good deal considering the outrageous prices San Francisco is known for. The day manager was helpful in pointing out...More
Newly renovated, Cute rooms, great loction, close to trains, buses and trams. The staff where friendly, knowledgeable, welcoming and went above and beyond for us. We would like to say thanks the staff for making our stay enjoyable.
The room was small (expected) and the bathroom had been remodeled. Vintage rotary phone in the room. I have not seen one for many years. Very small hotel. I did not expect much due to the price but it was ok. If you need a...More
The rooms are small clean and comfortable. The rooms are ideal for a short stay in San Francisco. You are close to the bus and tram services and there are plenty of places to eat nearby. Tea and coffee is provided in the foyer of...More
US$ 121 - US$ 258 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Also Known As
Edwardian Hotel San Francisco
Edwardian San Francisco
United States > California > San Francisco > Hayes Valley
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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.