I stayed at this hotel for 4 days while in town for a conference. The frugal traveler may appreciate the savings. However, I was staying here for business and honestly even if it was out of my own pocket upgrading to higher quality hotel would be well worth the money.
I get it that there are many older hotels in SF and I did not have high expectations. I honestly felt as though I was walking into a former brothel complete with the look and smell. Small tight hallways, loud doors shutting very close to me (all hours of day and night), very tight twin room and bigger but equally as akward gueen "executive suite". My first room did not have an AC and my second one had a portable AC which leaked water all over the floor. I had to run it constantly however due to the central radiator heat system (yes I said radiator). This made for a musty room and the smell was already poor upon move in. Furthermore I had zero view and there were very few windows in the hotel period making for a gloomy, low lighting, musty place.
In fairness the bed and bathroom were clean and the location was great but overall this is a 2 star hotel with the comporable 4 star price of any other city and honestly I rather pay $100 more per night to feel like I had a fresh air environment with light etc....
I lived with it because I was by myself and rarely in the room but I would NOT take my girlfriend here - no way.
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