This is the perfect place to stay in San Francisco! Laurence was charming and very resourceful. Beautiful studio , so accessible, and extremely comfortable! More than 5 stars!!!!
This is a thoughtfully prepared and charmingly decorated apartment in a wonderful old house that is beautifully located in an interesting neighborhood, very near a park that matches it in charm. It is also a quiet refuge from the crowds of San Francisco, while offering city living and easy parking. ...
Jan was a great host. We felt we could ask her anything. We enjoyed the Castro neighborhood which is well served by public transport, a must for us. The bed was super comfy and the beautiful garden out back delighted us.
Great location on Market St, near to good food options and transport.
Very cute little spot near a lot. The room was very clean and it’s great if you’re traveling alone or for a couple. Just keep in mind that it’s hard to find parking so be ready to do some walking.
Going somewhere with youngsters can be challenging! You'll find tons to keep the entire family content at Randall Junior Museum.
Situated in the city of San Francisco, it is a lively tourist hotspot.
Tourists are always happy to discover that there are roughly 62 accommodations within a radius of 2 miles of Randall Junior Museum. Check out the Wyndham Canterbury at San Francisco, just 2 miles away, the Laurel Inn, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel, 2 miles away, or the Monte Cristo Inn, 2 miles away.
Would you much rather spend your precious dollars on activities? Opt to get your sleep at one of the several budget hotels nearby. Placed 1 mile away is the Days Inn San Francisco Downtown/Civic Center Area, but you might also like to take a look into the Travelodge Central San Francisco if you want a choice. It's 1 mile away.
You’ll find a variety of opulent hotels nearby, each boasting first-class accommodation and superb service. Drop your bags and make good use of the exceptional amenities at the Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square. Another classy establishment is the St. Regis San Francisco.
Randall Junior Museum is near some shops and local eateries where exhausted travelers can take a quick break after a long day of tours. Find a comfortable seat, buy a coffee and appease your caffeine cravings at Cove On Castro Cafe. If you're in need of something a little more substantial, take a look at the chef's specials at JEFF TREVATHAN Private Chef & Catering, another dining spot that's not far away. You'll definitely want to get a wild night started at Catch, one of this neighborhood's lively bars.