Hotels Near Bar Norcini In San Francisco

3.5/514 Reviews
0.03km from Bar Norcini
The room smells big and there is some noise in the evening downstairs.
FromUS$149
3.5/55 Reviews
0.04km from Bar Norcini
Bottom line: affordable option at a great location. Read the cons, and if they are something you're ok with go for it ;-) Pros:  1. I could not find any other reasonably rated hotel at a price below $150-$200, at least in the dates I needed. 2. The location is right by union square. Close to everything. Also from a safety perspective, especially if you're travelling alone (a few blocks further from union square it gets less friendly).  3. Spacious room, well heated in the winter, has a safe.  4. My room was facing the back and was super quiet. Cons: 1. Low water pressure, at least in the room where I was staying 2. The bathroom had a funny smell at the beginning. Not sure the source, maybe the pipes. I left the vent on even when I was out of the room and after a few hours it passed.  3. Very basic mattress, not the most comfortable.  4. They will not accept a credit card for deposit and payment when checking out. Payment needs to be done on check in or when booking.  Even though these three things I am giving a high rating to the place because none of the cons bothered me too much and I think there's good value for money here. 
FromUS$99
3.9/513 Reviews
0.04km from Bar Norcini
Located in San Francisco’s vibrant Union Square, Holiday Inn Express San Francisco - Union Square puts you in the middle of San Francisco’s shopping and fine dining district. Free WiFi is available in all guest rooms.Each contemporary room at this hotel includes a private bathroom.A complimentary breakfast is offered to guests of Holiday Inn Express San Francisco - Union Square.San Francisco International Airport is 23 km away from this hotel.
FromUS$128
4.6/5Outstanding147 Reviews
0.1km from Bar Norcini
Hotel Nikko San Francisco is just 5 minutes' walk from Union Square; it offers an on-site restaurant and a year-round pool. Pillow-top bedding and a flat-screen TV is provided in all rooms. The Golden Gate Bridge is 20 minutes' drive away.All modern rooms at the San Francisco Nikko are equipped with WiFi and a stereo system. Each room offers a spacious work desk and an iPod docking station. Marble vanities are featured in the en suite bathrooms. City views are featured from top-floor rooms. Coffee and tea-making facilities and a mini-bar are provided.The Nicolas Salon offers haircuts by appointment. A light breakfast and an evening reception is offered. Full-service Starbucks, a 24-hour room service and a rental car service on the premises.Fresh fish is featured at the on-site Restaurant at ANZU. A unique blend of European and Japanese dishes are offered.This hotel is 2 miles from Fisherman’s Wharf and tours are offered at historic Alcatraz Island, just 3 miles away. The San Francisco International Airport is 25 minutes' drive from the hotel.
FromUS$218
4.4/5Excellent26 Reviews
0.1km from Bar Norcini
Located at Union Square, the Handlery Union Square Hotel offers the perfect San Francisco lodging for vacationers and business travelers. As a family-owned hotel, we create great experiences for our guests by offering personal service, comfortable rooms, and a warm atmosphere. Ideally located near main San Francisco attractions, including the world famous cable car right at our corner, the Handlery Union Square Hotel sets the standard in affordable luxury.
FromUS$149
3.7/517 Reviews
0.12km from Bar Norcini
Hotel Fusion San Francisco is centrally located in downtown San Francisco. This modern hotel offers a restaurant and a lite continental breakfast. Union Square and the Powell Street BART station are 2 blocks away.The luxury rooms at Hotel Fusion are decorated with wood furniture and warm colors. Each features a flat-screen TV, small refrigerator and spa bath toiletries.Hotel Fusion blends together Asian and contemporary American style. Free WiFi is available in the business centre. Guests can also access the hotel's fitness centre.Infusion Lounge boasts a large dance floor and lounge area. It also offers a full bar and an extensive menu of California and Asian cuisine.The Moscone Center, San Francisco's Children's Museum and Yerba Buena Gardens are all a 10-minute walk from this modern Fusion Hotel. AT&T Park is just 10 minutes away by car.
FromUS$98
4.7/5Outstanding19 Reviews
0.12km from Bar Norcini
The location is very good. There are security guards at the door. Although there are tramps nearby, it is safer if you don’t go back too late. Many international friends, many free activities, many friends who travel alone, simple but very good breakfast.
FromUS$75
4.4/5Excellent89 Reviews
0.13km from Bar Norcini
Home to the historic Magneta Grandfather Clock, this luxury Union Square hotel is directly in front of a San Francisco cable car stop. Guests can chose from a variety of on-site dining options at this hotel. The Dragon’s Gate entrance to Chinatown is 7 minutes’ walk away. Offering cityscape views, the historic "Landmark Building" rooms are styled in period and elegant furnishings, while "Tower Building" rooms are styled in modern decor. The contemporary rooms at The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square provide spacious windows and a flat-screen cable TV. A coffee machine, a minibar and a work desk are included in each room. Guests of this hotel can stop by Caruso’s for morning coffee or enjoy American favorites for dinner at The Oak Room Restaurant. The Clock Bar opens every evening and serves premium cocktails, while Chateau Montelena offers wine tastings from this award winning Napa Valley winery. The WestinWORKOUT fitness centre is available for guests. A business centre, shoe shine services and a gift shop are also available. Home of the San Francisco Giants professional baseball team, AT&T Park is 2 km away from The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square. A.C.T Geary Theater and the Curran Theater are 3 minutes’ walk way.
FromUS$167
3.9/512 Reviews
0.13km from Bar Norcini
This Union Square hotel features modern rooms containing a 42-inch flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. The Powell Street BART Station, providing access throughout the Bay Area, is one block away.Rooms at Hotel Abri Union Square feature a contemporary design and are equipped with an iPod docking station and a refrigerator. Bathrobes and newspaper delivery are also provided.Puccini & Pinetti, an on-site grill and bar, serves Italian cuisine throughout the day. The hotel hosts a “Nightly Rush Hour” every evening where guests can try unique blends of energy drinks, juices and herbs.The Hotel Abri has a business centre open 24 hours for guests’ needs. The hotel also offers a “tech menu” of electronics accessories that can be borrowed or purchased.The Union Square Abri Hotel is 20 minutes’ walk from Chinatown and 15 minutes' walk from the Joseph L. Alioto Performing Arts Piazza.
FromUS$96
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.15km from Bar Norcini
Hotel G was a happy accident. We needed a quick place to stay pre-wedding and chose this one on hotels.com based on its proximity to Union Square. I didn't know what to expect but the pictures looked nice so I took a chance. I booked the smallest room cuz it was the most reasonably priced. When we checked in we were pleasantly surprised by how nice and modern the hotel was. It's beside the driveway of the Westin and about a block away from Union Square. The room we got (510) was a decent size, very comfortable and had everything we needed for a good night's sleep. We ended up extending by a day and upgraded to a larger room (one of their king rooms with a sitting area on the 11th floor). That was also a very nice room but it was much colder (due to the cement floors) and we enjoyed our room 510 better. Some pro-tips: 1) PARKING - save yourself the valet $ and park in the Mason O'Farrell garage around the corner for $35 for 24h. It is so convenient and saves you a ton of money 2) Light Sleepers - ask for a room away from the street. We had no problems in room 510. You can definitely hear some street bustles and cars but nothing too major. 3) Late Check Out is 1:00pm at the latest. They allow it if you ask very nicely. And if they're not busy.
FromUS$133
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.2km from Bar Norcini
Fiber optic free WiFi, sensor locks and online check-in make staying at the Axiom Hotel a technology forward experience. Lounge areas in the on-site bar are featured. Century-old architecture fuses with an electric modern design in this boutique hotel.A 48" Samsung flat-screen smart TV with wireless streaming capabilities is featured in each room. A Kube bluetooth clock radio and an electronic laptop safe are provided for convenience. Premium linens, signature Axiom robes, and LATHER brand toiletries are also offered.Fiber optic WiFi is wired throughout the entire property, including the lounge common areas and rooms. You will find a 24-hour front desk is available to assist guests.Union square is 300 metres from Axiom Hotel San Francisco, while Moscone Center is 700 metres from the property. The nearest airport is Oakland International Airport, 18 km from Axiom Hotel.
FromUS$142
3.6/516 Reviews
0.21km from Bar Norcini
Located in the heart of San Francisco, the San Francisco International Hostel is 400 metres from Union square and 800 metres from Moscone Center. It is a 5 minutes’ walk from San Francisco’s Powell Street BART and Muni station.San Francisco International Hostel features free WiFi throughout the property and breakfast daily.There is a 24-hour front desk at the property, and common spaces for meetings. There is also on-site laundry available at an additional fee.San Francisco City Hall is 1 km from San Francisco International Hostel, while Coit Tower is 2 km from the property. The nearest airport is San Francisco International Airport, 23 km from the property.
FromUS$31

Hotels Near Bar Norcini In San Francisco Review

3.7/515 Reviews
South of Market
The room was really unscrupulous, not dirty, but it didn't feel clean. Then the bed is swaying and it is easy to sleep. I don’t really like it when I live for a day.
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FromUS$28
4.5/55 Reviews
Pacific Heights
If you are looking for a beautifully restored Victorian mansion with luxurious accommodations, attentive service and generous amenities look no further. The Mansion on Sutter exceeded all expectations. The interior is adorned with fine art pieces worth exploring. The daily breakfast includes a delicious routing menu including freshly baked pastries. I am a critical traveler and found no fault with this hotel. Mansion on Sutter truly excels at every level.
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FromUS$279
4.1/512 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
The traffic is very convenient, near Union Square
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FromUS$191
2.5/56 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
I was very pleased at how comfy, neat and organized the hotel was in middle of a bustling town. There are homeless encampments around but they keep to themselves. This hotel is conveniently located very close to the Civic Center Bart Station and the theatres Golden Gate and Warfield.
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FromUS$60
4.4/512 Reviews
South of Market
Just in the city center, very close to the business district (Mexico, etc.) but surrounded by many tramps, try not to go out at night.
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FromUS$156
3.7/510 Reviews
Marina District
SF hotels seem to be silly prices and this one fitted our budget well. It is out of the main city but is still in a good area with places close by to eat and drink. Uber was less than $10 to pier 39, or a nice 45 min walk along the waterfront. The guy on reception was very helpfull but just one of those few Americans we met (were British) that didn't show the happy face of customer service. Rooms seem to have had a make over, were large, comftable and had everything we needed. Its SF , you are not going to spend much time in your room after all. Breakfast was fine with coffee, juice, fruit and plenty of pastries. Is a good choice for those who are on a budget but don't mind being in a quite neighbourhood away from the attractions.
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FromUS$99
4.3/510 Reviews
South of Market
The Embarcadero is our favorite area to stay in San Francisco and over the years we’ve lodged at Harbor Court and the Vitale multiple times but this was our very first stay at Hotel Griffon which is next door to the Harbor Court and provides the same panoramic views over the Embarcadero and out to the Bay Bridge. Arriving during a time when the pandemic is still holding sway over our nation, the experience was a much more subdued and quieter one that usual. It was clear that this was far from the normal times of high energy and nearly constant activity that San Francisco usually exudes. For us tho’ it represented an ideal transition from “shelter in place” to a special respite. During our stay at Hotel Griffon we felt that safety protocols were carried out in the best possible manner and we felt well cared for. Sharon, the front office manager was a delight to talk to and so helpful—she saved us a futile walk to a restaurant that had closed just days prior to our visit. It didn’t occur to me to check on their status but she did just that. We encountered other pandemic-related changes: Parking in the nearby Rincon Garage was necessary since hotel valet parking wasn’t currently available, and on-site Perry’s restaurant where we normally would have had breakfast was closed during the morning. Hotel Griffon’s small historic (built 1901) lodging ambiance really appealed to me. The rooms are small and intimate and feel very comforting. Our Room #419 also provided a stunning, scenic view over the Embarcadero and out to the Bay Bridge. During our short stay I spent an inordinate amount of time just staring at the Bridge and sat for over 30 min. mesmerized by the undulating “light show” that plays out each night. It is truly art! Being able to watch it from the comfort of our room was a pretty incredible experience. Our room, although small, had all the wanted amenities including a super comfortable King bed, good size desk with swivel chair, 32” flat screen TV, phone, in-wall safe, coffee maker, hairdryer, and complimentary Wi-Fi. The closet area was quite small—a little alcove near the door but would still be fine for a couple of nights. Our bath was tiny and the sink and counter were actually in the main area with only the toilet and bath tub/shower combo in the separate bathroom. The basics all worked well with good water pressure, lighting and ventilation—the fan was kind of noisy but kept the bathroom steam-free when the shower was engaged. I was pleasantly surprised that there were multiple, accessible outlets and USB ports in the room, and that the lighting was sufficient to comfortably read by it—something so often lacking in many hotel rooms. We only turned on the heating/cooling system for a short time upon arrival. The rest of the time the room stayed at a very comfortable temperature. Our room was at the end of a hall and was nice and quiet throughout the night. We loved being able to walk a short distance to dinner at
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FromUS$132
4.4/510 Reviews
Mission District
If I'd had an elegant and lovely Victorian grandma, I'm sure she'd have been right at home at the Inn San Francisco. Owner Marty is a sweetheart, showed us all the hallway photos and gave us a detailed orientation to the city and the hotel. Without his intro, we'd have missed the truly amazing rooftop view. His hand-drawn map of all the restaurants in the area is absolutely impressive. Marty, GREAT GOLD is a fabulous new Italian restaurant on 24th that deserves to be added to your map--from the same folks who brought SF flour+water. Fresh flowers in the bathroom and bedroom: lovely. Sherry and port on silver trays: elegant. Breakfast beyond breakfasts. Stargazer lilies in the common room: ugh, I'm not a fan of that pervasive strong smell but I know that's my personal nose-wrinkle. Coffee was bitter, maybe bring in something from Portland? ;) You absolutely cannot beat the personal touches throughout the Inn and of course, there's the uber-hip Mission district right outside the door. The Inn is an easy 10-minute walk from 2 BART stations and about a half hour walk to the Castro. If your taste leans more toward Zen minimalist decor, don't stay here. But otherwise, go out, wander around, enjoy the hubbub and excitement of the diverse neighborhood, then return to your dream grandma's quiet mansion for evening sherry.
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FromUS$185
4.3/510 Reviews
South of Market
Hotel Via defines the modern “boutique hotel” experience in San Francisco. The booking process on-line was efficient and intuitive. When I had questions about my accommodations, I was able to reach a live person on the phone at the hotel lobby desk within seconds of calling. Loading and unloading were simple, as the main entrance is located on a side street off the Embarcadero. Generally speaking, the space is able to create a warm feel with a modern design and color scheme. The hotel staff are universally friendly, knowledgeable, and professional. The rooms are super clean, exceptionally quiet, and have all the modern amenities. The rooftop bar, Rooftop at Via, with sweeping views of downtown San Francisco, San Francisco Bay, and Oracle Park (home of the San Francisco Giants), is spectacular. The gym is spacious and functional. Bar Via offers a relaxed atmosphere and plenty of food and drink offerings. The location offers easy access to many of San Francisco’s most popular sights and destinations. I will surely be back and recommend Hotel Via to anybody!
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FromUS$215
3/55 Reviews
Marina District
Stayed here with work for a whole week. Not a fan or hotels in the US as they are usually the basic of basic with a motel feel. Room, as expected was basic although a working iron and TV was a blessing. Room and bathroom a good size and the shower was very good, although free bathroom condiments not so much, having to use 2 of everything each shower to actually feel clean/make a lather (I’ve no hair!) Only saw an employee once, on check in. She was nice enough. ‘Free breakfast’ really annoys me as its barely a breakfast offering with a coffee pot and some pastries available in reception. This is photographed so don’t have any preconceptions of a restaurant style offering. Car park was often busy, but loud and that yellow mustang makes a racket coming and going so look forward to that. Heating in the room is an old style AC unit which is really loud so you can sleep with it on, but it does heat the room quickly in the morning. Look out for the elephants they keep upstairs as their foot steps can be heard day and night (if your in a ground floor room). Plenty of sockets for power and even USB power sockets at the bed, so kudos for that. If you like a motel feel, this place is great - if you like a hotel feel, not so much.
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FromUS$123
3.3/514 Reviews
Sunset District
There are no breakfasts and toiletries, and there is a tram next to it. The jingle sounds a little, affecting the rest, and there is a certain distance from famous attractions. But the Indian boss is quite good.
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FromUS$84
4.7/519 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
The location is very good. There are security guards at the door. Although there are tramps nearby, it is safer if you don’t go back too late. Many international friends, many free activities, many friends who travel alone, simple but very good breakfast.
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FromUS$75
4/510 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Hotel G was a happy accident. We needed a quick place to stay pre-wedding and chose this one on hotels.com based on its proximity to Union Square. I didn't know what to expect but the pictures looked nice so I took a chance. I booked the smallest room cuz it was the most reasonably priced. When we checked in we were pleasantly surprised by how nice and modern the hotel was. It's beside the driveway of the Westin and about a block away from Union Square. The room we got (510) was a decent size, very comfortable and had everything we needed for a good night's sleep. We ended up extending by a day and upgraded to a larger room (one of their king rooms with a sitting area on the 11th floor). That was also a very nice room but it was much colder (due to the cement floors) and we enjoyed our room 510 better. Some pro-tips: 1) PARKING - save yourself the valet $ and park in the Mason O'Farrell garage around the corner for $35 for 24h. It is so convenient and saves you a ton of money 2) Light Sleepers - ask for a room away from the street. We had no problems in room 510. You can definitely hear some street bustles and cars but nothing too major. 3) Late Check Out is 1:00pm at the latest. They allow it if you ask very nicely. And if they're not busy.
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FromUS$133
3.5/55 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Bottom line: affordable option at a great location. Read the cons, and if they are something you're ok with go for it ;-) Pros:  1. I could not find any other reasonably rated hotel at a price below $150-$200, at least in the dates I needed. 2. The location is right by union square. Close to everything. Also from a safety perspective, especially if you're travelling alone (a few blocks further from union square it gets less friendly).  3. Spacious room, well heated in the winter, has a safe.  4. My room was facing the back and was super quiet. Cons: 1. Low water pressure, at least in the room where I was staying 2. The bathroom had a funny smell at the beginning. Not sure the source, maybe the pipes. I left the vent on even when I was out of the room and after a few hours it passed.  3. Very basic mattress, not the most comfortable.  4. They will not accept a credit card for deposit and payment when checking out. Payment needs to be done on check in or when booking.  Even though these three things I am giving a high rating to the place because none of the cons bothered me too much and I think there's good value for money here. 
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FromUS$99
4.1/510 Reviews
Haight-Ashbury
In a world of trendy hotels and Airbnbs, I was a bit skeptical that a bed and breakfast might be... shall we say... sketchy... dirty? This place stole my heart. It is a charming Victorian located ONE BLOCK from the Painted Ladies. If you walk one direction, you get to Hayes Valley/Civic Center BART. If you walk in the opposite direction, you get to NOPA. If you walk in yet another direction, you get to Lower Pac Heights/Japantown. And if you're up for a lot of walking, you get to the Valencia St/Mission. The interior of the bed and breakfast itself is not fancy, but for my mom and my San Francisco staycation, all we needed was a clean, quiet place to sleep in a safe neighborhood. They offer a continental breakfast which is modest, but the coffee is from Bicycle and the pastries are from Jane, so everything is high quality. The staff is very nice and accommodating. They let us store our valuable luggage behind the front desk when we checked out of our room, but weren't leaving till later in the day. My mom's wedding anniversary is in a month and she's thinking of taking another staycation with my dad at The Grove Inn. If you want to truly experience a San Francisco hilly neighborhood full of Victorian homes, stay at The Grove Inn.
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FromUS$167
4/510 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
My wife and I recently traveled to San Francisco to see the Harry Potter plays, and we picked The Clift Hotel next door to stay. We wanted to tour the town and the area during the day. There were issues, though. I recently broke my foot and was wearing a boot, and my wife cannot walk long distances. I called the hotel concierge - Steve Edmonson - for detailed help with arranging and booking city tours by car, transport to and from the hotel, meal reservations, and a motorized scooter. I am a bit of a nervous traveler and did not want any uncertainties. Over the next several days, he and I had several phone and email conversations about working through our several specific requests. Steve has been the best hotel concierge I have ever met. On the phone and in person, Steve has been consummately professional and detail-oriented, and every bit as concerned as I about making the trip run smoothly. He has owned the process as much as I have. He has provided a level of personal service far beyond expected. We had a wonderful stay, and I can not begin to express my appreciation to him for his effort. Steve, thank you. While I am at it, let me also note that the Clift itself was terrific, too. It is all brand new on the inside, and the room was large and very comfortable. The hotel is very near Union Square, shops, restaurants, and theaters. Without a doubt, this was a great hotel experience for us, and I recommend it very highly.
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FromUS$176
4.1/512 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Very good, the front desk is very warm
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FromUS$144
2.3/511 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Nicely decorated room. The beds were really comfortable and the room had everything you need. Good hot, shower. Both the room and bathroom were very clean and comfortable. Centrally located, a lot within walking distance, very good dining options nearby. The hotel was accessible and on arrival we were able to locate quickly, the chap at reception was very attentive and helpful. There has been some comments regarding the homeless nearby. They did not cause any issues to us and would really recommend this hotel for its location. Free parking outside our room.
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FromUS$112
4.9/515 Reviews
Marina District
Love this hotel!! Great location
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FromUS$89
4.5/5123 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
The location is very convenient. You can walk to Chinatown, Jiuquhua Street and Fisherman's Wharf. Although the hotel's breakfast is 25% off, the price is more expensive than the restaurant outside. When I checked out, there was a restaurant that was n’t the one I ordered and it was taken to my bill. Remember to check the bill when you check out, and after swiping the card, I do n’t know whether the hotel has successfully refunded.
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FromUS$179
4.4/581 Reviews
South of Market
The male staff in the evening shift is very friendly, very patient, always smiling, and the service is very good! It rained outside and I also borrowed an umbrella for me. The room was great, my room was on the top floor, there was a balcony in the room and the bed was very comfortable! The location is very good, just in the city center, to various attractions, shopping and shopping, the surrounding restaurants are very convenient, it should be the best hotel I have ever stayed on this trip! If you have the chance to go to Berlin again, you have to choose this hotel!
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FromUS$251
4.4/510 Reviews
Pacific Heights
My wife and I stayed here 5 nites and was quite pleased. It is located in a wonderful neighborhood so close to the bustling activities of Union, Fillmore, Lombard areas. The building is an older Victorian style but well maintained and so quiet. Our room 8 was located on 3rd floor (no elevator) was good size with couch, queen bed and small sitting area. Only complaint was mattress was too soft and in need of replacement. Bathroom was clean Shower had good pressure. Furniture a bit old but no issue. Breakfast was continental: coffee, muffins, cereals, fruit, toast. A refrigerator was available to store your cold drinks. All in all a good stay save for the too soft mattress. For SF, a good value at $250 per night. Reception was quite friendly and afternoon tea was also available. I would recommend Jackson Court.
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FromUS$259
4.9/513 Reviews
Marina District
Although it is not in Union Square, which everyone chooses, I personally think it is better here. First, the price is cheaper than United, and the second is the convenient transportation. There are many buses at the door. It is convenient to go anywhere. The bus costs $3 per person, and it’s free within two hours. By the way, the room is very new, smart toilet, I booked the cheapest room, so the space is quite small, the two suitcases are spread out, not easy to put, but the room design is reasonable, I like it. There is no breakfast. After paying the full amount for the room, I paid another 200 USD deposit, which has not been refunded.
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FromUS$137
4/510 Reviews
Richmond District
We stayed at Geary Parkway while visiting San Francisco on a motorcycle ride. The hotel was great and conveniently located to the Golden Gate Bridge. However, the best part was the manager Henry and his customer service. We unknowingly dropped our bike key and didn't realize it until 300 miles later when we stopped for gas and couldn't turn on the bike. Luckily I could start the bike with a pin code, but Henry called me to tell me about the key. Not only that he printed out a shipping label so UPS could pick up the key from the hotel and get it back to the Harley Davidson rental shop. In essence, that $25 to ship the key was far better than paying $300 to replace it. I know this review seems less about the motel and more about Henry, but we are just so greatful and appreciative for his help.
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FromUS$100
4.3/510 Reviews
Pacific Heights
I stayed at the Laurel Inn when it was a "motor inn" in the 1980's. What a change! The furnishings are lovely, reception staff courteous and welcoming. Housekeeping does an excellent job. For a busy intersection in SFO, my room was quiet, with a view of downtown SFO. The adjacent Laureate Lounge is good for bar snacks and lively ambiance. The continental breakfast fare is limited, but just a few steps away is Ella's Cafe for full breakfast at good quality and value.
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FromUS$269
4.7/512 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Rooms are huge, private and nice. I dont want to leave!
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FromUS$149
4.5/511 Reviews
Pacific Heights
The bed is a bit small, but everything else is good.
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FromUS$99
4.5/511 Reviews
Mission District
OK, the boss is very good, the breakfast is not bad, the hotel is safer, it is relatively clean, there are too many black people around, and the toilet and bathroom are shared outside the room.
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FromUS$129
3.5/514 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
The room smells big and there is some noise in the evening downstairs.
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FromUS$149
3/55 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Once you get inside this hotel it is comfortable.The reception staff are very friendly and answered all our questions.Our room on the 3rd floor was quiet and clean. the bathroom was fine with fluffy white towels and products.The shower did need a bit of a tweak to get it to work though.Beds were mega comfortable. Breakfast was basic but adequate. So, the hotel is situated unfortunately where loads of homeless people congregate.I have to say that we walked down to Union Square and back several times and nobody bothered us at all.It was reassuring to see police cars parked at various junctions.We always came back to the hotel in daylight or if later in an Uber. Personally, I would stay at this hotel again as it was value for money in a very expensive SanFrancisco
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FromUS$975