Ratings based on 416 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice AreaPosted Mar 19, 2014
Pros: We generally like the area for the restaurants.
We generally like the area for the restaurants. The only is the cost for parking.
for Everyoneby Steve from New Jersey
Small nice hotel in somaPosted Mar 12, 2014
Checked in to room and found that the room had not been cleaned after the previous guest left. went to the front desk and explained to them. Was given a new room. Rooms are small but have everything you need. Bar next door get a little loud at night but that is the only negative. Location is clutch.
by A verified traveler
No parking lot!Posted Mar 10, 2014
This place doesn't provide parking lot and it's impossible to find a parking space on the street in San Francisco! We had to ask them to park for us and paid $35 for it. Will never go again
for Everyoneby jm from San Jose
Hotel for a nightPosted Feb 2, 2014
For the price, good deal. Valet parking only and will have to ask for your car 30 min in advance, which can be annoying. Room smelled surprisingly clean, sheets clean, towels clean but had some stains :s . Given the price, you might have some people "partying" in the other rooms, so the noise level can be high, though I didn't have to call the desk .
by jason from concord
It's eeeeeePosted Jan 20, 2014
Our bed sheets were reused and not new or cleaned I know cause the coffee stain my first night was still every night... The pillow sheets had stains from the previous people cause I don't wear lipstick... But the staff were friendly and if it weren't for them I would have probably got a different hotel
by Mr. Right from CA
OK for business travellersPosted Jan 15, 2014
Pros: Location close to work.
Cons: Room cleanliness, breakfast quality, internet connection.
I checked-in at the hotel because I couldn't find a place anywhere else. The area doesn't feel safe even though the hotel manager assured that they never had any incident in/around the hotel. The room inside was clean, a small tube TV with no remote. There is an excellent Thai restaurant less than a block from the hotel. They have an awful coffee and muffin for breakfast. The WiFi connection is poor and intermittent. The hotel served the purpose for me but I will not stay if I have a choice. Keep your expectations very low and you should be fine.
for Everyoneby Ninjafar
Posted Jan 10, 2014
Pros: Clean rooms
Cons: Our tv didn't work
Location: Cool specialty beer store across the street
Vallet parking was great!
by A verified traveler
UnimpressedPosted Jan 8, 2014
Stay somewhere else. This place is a sorry excuse for a hotel.
Recommendedby XEMOST from LONG BEACH
CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN;, BUT NO PARKINGPosted Jan 7, 2014 on Hotels.com
PARKING WAS NOT GOOD; TO HAVE THEM PARK YOU IT WAS $25.00 DOLLARS A DAY, HAD TO KEEP MOVING MY CAR, SOMEONES CAR WAS TOWED COST ALMOST $500.00 PLUS A $95.00 DOLLAR TICKET. SAN FRANCISCO RACKET
for Everyoneby Harry from Backpacker
Hotel in SoMa close to authentic businessesPosted Jan 7, 2014
Pros: A bit more authentic and closer to local eateries (not that same brands that could be found back home)
Cons: A tad bit more maid service but I had no problems with the basic cleanliness of the room for an older property. Have seen far worse in mid-America.
Location: Going east plenty of restaurants and bars, plus the Mission Bay. Seems to be on the upswing. Currently I wouldn't go too far northwest of the hotel.
An experienced San Francisco traveler, I booked 2 nights at this hotel wanting a different experience than Union Square, Fisherman's Wharf, or the Financial District. It delivered and in a good way as the overall experience was closer staying at someone's apt just west of Union Sq. This motel is next to many great local eating and drinking establishments on Folsom St. or up adjacent 7th St. after walking a block or 2 (heck, walked to Union Sq in 20 min for even more eateries). There are "big box" businesses 2 blocks southwest, including a Trader Joe's for the fridge/microwave. To the west is rougher with more street people. Plus some "adult" businesses nearby but no one is creepy. Actually, my observation was less active panhandling here than around Union Sq with only a few begging in the mid-PM, except around a corporate coffee place a bit away. The bars attract a young crowd for Friday night happy hours but a bit more quiet Saturday. Loud? Yes but so is the 22d floor of a posh Union Sq hotel (trust me). The room itself was Ok w/ clean sheets and only scuff marks from too-big luggage. The bathroom had an automatic light/fan and it was Ok clean. Wifi closer to the door. Complimentary breakfast I got an OJ and bran muffin before running to Mission Bay/AT&T Park. Other hotels would charge at least several bucks for that. The neighborhood is a bit "gritty", so my recommendation is using this hotel for a follow-up SF visit after Fisherman's Wharf or Union Sq.