Hotels Near Lre Catering

Hotels Near Lre Catering In San Francisco

4/5Very Good36 Reviews
4.27km from downtown
When I checked in the young lady seemed friendly although really emphasised the “no parties” aspect even though I was on my own. I was on the third floor and had a huge case because I’d been travelling for three months. There’s no lift and was advised to take items out of my case and do multiple trips. I’m not carrying my clothes up three flights of stairs in portions. The stairway, corridor and hallways are dirty and have marks all on the walls (guessing from people hauling their case). I got to the room and it smelled BADLY of urine, after a check round the bathroom was dirty. Also not as bad of an issue but the windows are single pane and the street is extremely noisy, but usually I don’t mind this if it’s alone. The TV has near no signal with few channels and set to Spanish? I absolutely never complain and have never tried to leave a hotel without staying but I went down and said I’d like to leave and try somewhere else. I was told it was non refundable and could be shown a different room. She said the smell was the new furniture? But the furniture definitely didn’t look new and the smell was not furniture. Also, she was livid. Absolutely furious. The next rooms bathroom was at least clean so out of pure awkwardness of this girl being rude and refusing a refund I said it was fine. On leaving for dinner I said goodbye at the front desk and she ignored me. However, on staying there was another older lady on reception and a young boy who were both very pleasant and helpful. And they’re the reason the scoring isn’t lower than it is which I believe it should be.
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4.4/5Excellent30 Reviews
4.4km from downtown
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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3.4/527 Reviews
3.86km from downtown
The room was clean with window and quiet facing courtyard. Low budget furniture but worth the money since i was only sleeping in the room. Flat screen tv with a lot of channels but the best of all was the location! Clean neighborhood right beside Castro area and walking distance to the center. surronded by bars, restaurangs and supermarket.
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4.8/5Outstanding12 Reviews
4.68km from downtown
The Metro Hotel is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Metro Hotel offers a pleasant stay in San Francisco for those traveling for business or leisure. With L'Esprit San Francisco, Corona Heights and Queen Anne Victorians all within a short distance, there is no shortage of things to do in the area. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel.
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3.7/520 Reviews
3.63km from downtown
Located in the heart of Hayes Valley, enjoy the cultural hub outside your doorstep. This charming building features eclectic rooms, a spacious communal lounge, large open tables, and comfortable couches to create the perfect workspace. Each space is thoroughly cleaned before arrival, there is no daily housekeeping. Within a ten minute drive to downtown, this revitalized community is now known as a haven for shopping enthusiasts and foodies. Explore the vast selection next door at the San Francisco Wine & Cheese shop or the 20th Century Cafe, an inspired bakery down the block.
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3.4/530 Reviews
3.48km from downtown
In San Francisco, $100 per night is affordable.
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0/50 Reviews
3.84km from downtown
The Annex at Hayes Valley is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Annex at Hayes Valley is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of San Francisco. Emeryville Train Station and San Francisco International Airport are located 18km and 18km away respectively. Just a short walk from Civic Center/UN Plaza Metro Station, traveling to most city destinations is a breeze. Keeping busy is easy, with Squared, SFJazz Center and Davies Symphony Hall all nearby. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities.
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4.7/5Outstanding31 Reviews
3.82km from downtown
Surprisingly good. Spent four nights at the Inn and was very happy with it. I am wary of anything labelled vintage or rustic, and shared bathroom is a definite No. But, I was a bit desperate as I was unexpectedly able to travel to San Francisco for Hardly Strictly, and needed a room that wouldn't break the bank. After much contemplation, I settled on Hayes Valley Inn, and had no regrets. Based on the description, I was expecting more of a bed and breakfast establishment, maybe sharing a bathroom with a couple other rooms. Turns out each floor (about 11 rooms) share two water closets and one tub/shower. This turned out not to be a big deal- everything is clean, and while the shower gets busy in the AM, if you are in a hurry or on a timeline, shower the night before. Rooms contain a sink. My room was 207, a corner room on the second floor, and it was great- roomy with a wonderful bed- with the exception of street noise. First night I was awakened every twenty minutes or so until 2 or 3 AM. I would highly recommend ear plugs, which I purchased for the next three nights. They helped, but the only thing that will make a difference is an investment in better windows. I was still awake three or more times each night- garbage trucks, ambulances, boys with testosterone, and loud folks leaving restaurants- but it is the big city. The self-serve breakfasts were adequate to start the day- coffee was good.. The Italian restaurant kitty-corner was great- ate there twice, and there is a burger shack around the corner that was good. Bus stop around the corner made daily travel to Golden Gate Park a breeze. Reasonable daily rate, all things considered. Desk staff was unobtrusive, to be kind. Did schedule a shuttle for me. If you really need your privacy, make a different choice. I was very satisfied.
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4.6/5Outstanding30 Reviews
4.7km from downtown
Property Location With a stay at The Chateau Tivoli Bed & Breakfast in San Francisco (Western Addition), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of University of San Francisco and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. This bed & breakfast is 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Palace of Fine Arts and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Lombard Street. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 9 individually decorated guestrooms. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and a turndown service. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and wedding services. Dining Mingle with other guests at the complimentary reception, held daily. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a library and coffee/tea in a common area.
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3.2/530 Reviews
3.57km from downtown
Similar to the domestic express hotel, there is no breakfast. There is free coffee and hot water at the entrance of the first floor. Just like the Chinese cabinet building in the 1980s, there are two floors. The middle of the building is a staircase and a public bath (including toilet). There are two public bath rooms on the floor. Each room has a wash basin to provide hot and cold water, wash your hands and brush your teeth can be solved in your own room, but the bath and the toilet will go out to the public bathroom in the middle, the sound insulation is general. So it is recommended to live on the second floor. The hotel, often in the early morning, there are people up and down, dragging slippers to take a shower. But the win is at the right price and the location is good. The street in the front and back of the hotel has a free parking from 6pm to 6am, but be sure to take a closer look at the instructions on the signage. There is also a parking lot, which is charged per hour by day, and there is a self-service type to see your own preferences. Usually 20 knives for 24 hours.
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1.6/534 Reviews
3.13km from downtown
Good value for money, there are not many homeless people nearby, and a boy doesn’t feel unsafe to stay by himself. There is a microwave oven, a separate bathroom, and the curtains are not very tight. It will wake up in the sun in the morning, so bring a blindfold to solve it. recommend
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4.5/5Excellent30 Reviews
3km from downtown
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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Hotels Near Lre Catering In San Francisco Review

5/531 Reviews
South of Market
Stayed here after our flight was cancelled. The room for 1 night was expensive considering we booked so last minute and it is quite far away from where you want to be in San Francisco. The surrounding areas of the hotel (especially 7th street) is full of homeless people and drug dealers. It was quite scary walking back to the hotel at night. If only the hotel can be picked up and moved location because the hotel itself is nice. It’s very quirky and well decorated, iron board and iron in your room, big comfy bed, clean rooms, someone on reception 24/7 when we were there. Negatives to the hotel is there is no lift (and no rooms on the bottom floor) so you will have to carry your suitcases up the stairs which is minimum 2 flights to get to 1 floor. If stairs are an issue defintaley don’t stay here. The rooms are also noisy because of the activity outside. It’s about a 20/25 minute walk to union square but again because of the location it’s not a pleasant walk. The hotel itself I would give 4 stars if the location was better. Overall though I would not stay here again purely because of location and activity happening around the streets of the hotel. Also don’t see how they can justify the price for 1 nights stay.
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4.5/533 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Very cool hotel, the lobby is beautiful, the rooftop bar is worth a visit. The king size room is small but very regular. Recommended / Some tramps nearby. Nothing bad / 8/10
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4.4/534 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
We stayed on the 45th floor. There is a sky bridge connecting the two towers of the hotel with floor to ceiling glass windows bestowing one with a spectacular view of the city skyline (Salesforce Tower, Transamerica Pyramid) and the Bay Bridge. The view from our room windows were equally breathtaking as well! Using the Four Seasons mobile app, we let them know what time we would like to check-in, our personal preferences for the stay (e.g. mattress & pillow types) as well as our credit card for a seamless check-in experience. We received both an email and text (optional) notification when our room was ready. The room was beautiful and comfortable. The bathroom was big with a separate shower stall and bath tub. There are both Nespresso machine and electric kettle in the room. There are a lot of electrical outlets, USB charging ports, and a wireless Qi charger on one of the nightstands. Located at the Financial District, it is a short walk to Union Square, Ferry Building, Westfield San Francisco Centre, and Chinatown. The service from the staff was great – from check-in to the optional turndown service. The only blemish on our stay was the in-room climate control – the sensor was not functioning which caused the automatic mode to turn off the fans. Switching to manual mode helps. Note: the sky deck was also closed during our stay. COVID-19 San Francisco County escalated from the red tier into the purple tier a few hours after we arrived. The gym was closed before we got to see it. The room comes with a packet filled with hand sanitizer, masks, and sanitizing wipes. Additional steps were taken to make sure guests were safe include temperature screen at the check-in counter as well as daily temperature check for every guest (once a day) as you enter the building. As for dining options at the hotel, you can either call the front desk to order, or you can order via the Four Seasons mobile app. In room dining menu can be found in the mobile app itself as well as on the hotel’s website. Both the Branzino and Flannery Ribeye Steak were delicious! We had quite a romantic and wonderful evening dinner together with a great view of the city skyline at night.
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3.9/535 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
1. Older hotel, geographical location in the city center, but also make do; to the United States to stay first, thinking that the US hotels are relatively old, after the travel comparison, I know that this is the most general, the facilities are relatively old, but there is no hard injury; 2. In the city center, there are many wanderers around. I bought breakfast early in the morning, and I slept a lot in the nearby streets. I met three people who asked for money, so I need to have some change. 3. Parking is expensive, but there is a parking lot next to it, 35 dollars all day, relatively cheap;
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4/534 Reviews
Marina District
for the price this is a great option, it was clean and there were a lot of restaurants nearby that we could order takeout from to be safe from COVID. it is advertised as non smoking but our room heavily smelled of smoke and i saw people smoking in the hallways constantly which kind of sucked. parking is VERY LIMITED so get there early if you can. noise was kind of constant i heard people talking and slamming doors all night, but that might’ve just been the guests that were staying there at the same time. staff was kind and helpful :)
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4.6/5167 Reviews
South of Market
No breakfast, I asked about the parking fee of $ 80 a day before picking up the car! Good location, there is a living supermarket in the basement opposite, fruit and bread are available, basically OK! (Even if there is a large supermarket, there are not many kinds of fruits in China.) Stayed 2 nights! The happiest mobile phone window can be opened, although it is not very large, the opening with a large palm is sufficient for ventilation! You can call the kettle and slippers!
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1.7/531 Reviews
Sunset District
Convenient location, convenient parking, very average motel! Breakfast is simple! The facilities are relatively old, but the service attitude is okay, and any problems can be solved quickly!
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4.3/547 Reviews
Fisherman's Wharf
advantage Old hotel, cleaned fairly clean. The location is next to pier39 attractions, it is very convenient, parking has its own garage, relatively safe, and public parking across the road is also convenient. Disadvantage When I checked in, I was charged a service fee of 22 dollars per day. It is mandatory and non-refundable. I didn't see this on Ctrip, so please pay attention when booking the hotel. Secondly, in Downtonw, San Francisco still has a lot of homeless people and goes out at night, so I was taken the initiative by Xiao Hei in front of the store.
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3.5/533 Reviews
San Francisco International Airport Area
Very clean, breakfast is good, there is a parking garage. The bed is big enough to accommodate 4 people, the location is also good to find, navigation directly to the hotel entrance, is an Indian uncle opened, there is a problem in the middle, Ctrip coordinated to solve.
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4.1/540 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Our travel agent mentioned this hotel to us, so after seeing other good reviews my husband and I decided to stay here for 2 nights. We had a really nice view from our window and we were close enough that we could walk to a lot of places. We had something to eat at the lounge, our waiter Jorge was very helpful and did a good job in taking our orders. (even got to practise some of my Spanish with him.) I don't know what kind of cleaning products they use to clean with but because I have allergies to strong scents the smell everytime we came back into the hotel was very overwhelming. For this reason we would not stay at this hotel again, but other than that we had a good stay.
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3.3/534 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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5/531 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
The location was great the space in the room was excellent for the price I paid ill do it again if you ask me.the front desk clerk was really kind and helpful showing great hospitality!
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3.6/540 Reviews
Marina District
The room size is large and comes with a seating area with table and chairs.I booked a double room with two double beds but each bed is actually narrower than a queen size, so for two people to share a bed is a little too cramp (we are average Asian build). The sheets and towels are clean. Reception staff are helpful but did not appear to be friendly. Provides coffee maker. Some fruits are provided at the lobby. Hotel is located in Lombard street but not near the crookiest street. Hotel is only accessible via bus. City buses can be quite slow and crowded. To buy Muni pass, you can use app but mine did not work, so I had to walk to Walgreen which is about 3 blocks away to purchase and top up the day passes. Walgreen only sells passport(include cable car rides @$12) and does not sell day pass (bus only without cable car ride). Need to walk 2-3 blocks for eateries and mart.
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4.4/5106 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
The location of the hotel is very good. It is in the city center of San Francisco. The front desk staff is also very enthusiastic. I asked for a higher floor. The front desk staff was very happy to arrange it. A credit card deposit of $ 50 If there is no problem, I will return to Cali. The room facilities are also very good, much better than domestic chain hotels. The arranged rooms have a wide view outside the window. The check-out time is before 12:00 the next day. Need to make a round, just talk to the front desk. The room rate is C $ 100 for Ctrip, which is slightly more expensive, mainly on Christmas Eve. There is a parking lot, but the parking fee seems to be more expensive. Haha, we did n’t rent a car that day, we only started renting the next day. No breakfast at the hotel. All in all it is recommended.
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4.9/533 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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3.4/530 Reviews
Marina District
Not bad, breakfast buffet, go to the pavilion on the first floor, the room is large and clean, sleep very comfortable, the motel is good.
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3.7/538 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
I was very happy with this hotel, and would stay there again if I can afford it. Because I waited until the last minute to book, and did not care where I stayed as long as it was between Union Square and the Theater District and had good reviews on cleanliness, I got a good price even though it was the Sunday night before Christmas. And only 2 blocks from Union Square, it doesn't get any better than that! I used a self park garage 1 block away, at $35 it was less than the hotel valet parking and I wanted to access my car during my stay so worked well for me. The rooms are well sound proofed, which is great as it is a noisy neighborhood. It was sparkling clean with no unpleasant smells even in the hallways. The breakfast was "ok", it was very crowded, not enough seating, they could use a larger room. The food selection was typical, lots of sugary stuff. But they did have scrambled eggs, and yogurt and bagels. What they really need is a water filling station for people to fill their water bottles before heading out for the day, many of us decline to buy single use plastic water bottles and we need a way to refill our reuseable containers, make it good water please, no chemical taste and smell.
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4.8/544 Reviews
Pacific Heights
In addition to the price is not cheap, the other are very satisfied, located in the city of San Francisco, near the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco, nearby Japanese restaurants and Japanese supermarkets are very convenient, taste is also very satisfied. The hotel's service attitude, environmental facilities and sanitary conditions are very satisfactory, and the facilities in the room are well equipped. Parking if parking in the downstairs of the hotel is $29 a night. I chose to stop at 8:00 pm on the second side of the street at the intersection above the hotel. There is an additional charge of USD 27 for other services per day.
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4.8/59 Reviews
South of Market
Nicely renovated rooms make like SoMa hotel a great spot for exploring the city. Kudos for excellent in-room coffee and well-appointed bathroom, plus great WiFi and in room A/V. It's typical of the W brand, sometimes trying to be a bit too trendy for it's own good, with a loud bar scene in the lobby every evening. The hotel restaurant serves a decent breakfast, though there are much better options nearby for dinner. Functional and convenient with friendly staff, nothing exceptional but a solid mid-range choice for San Francisco.
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4/5251 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
1. Excellent location, no more than five minutes walk from subway station. The two blocks are Union Square and Macy's. It is basically flat and gentle slope. 2. The lobby is a bit noisy, but it shows the popularity of the hotel. 3. The rooms are spacious and clean and reasonably furnished. The only problem for me was that the refrigerator didn't work and there was no kettle. 4. Gym facilities are relatively complete, and equipment is also a first-line brand. There are more people going in the morning, and they are free at night. 5. It was said that there were nomads around. I stayed for three nights, and I made a few laps outside after nine o'clock in the evening. 6. When checking in, the front desk will recommend upgrading the room. From $ 60 a night, I talked about $ 30. I don't know if it has been upgraded, and said that the room given to me was cityview. Actually I don't know what room I originally booked. But one thing, we arrived at 12 o'clock and arranged the room directly. If you don't upgrade, you'll be required to store your luggage first, and then go outside at three o'clock. 7. When I checked in, I paid cash as a deposit, but when I checked out, I returned all the cash to me, and another 75 USD was used as a security deposit. 7. I have to buy another breakfast. I took a look. There is nothing delicious. There are many restaurants around. You can choose any. Opposite is where the major car rental companies return their cars. You can park at the door of the wine at zero hour. When I leave San Francisco, I go to Alemo across four blocks to pick up the car and pick up my family.
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4.6/5120 Reviews
Fisherman's Wharf
The hotel is really close to Fisherman's Wharf, two streets away, and it takes 5 minutes to walk. Because I saw the parking charges of the hotel in advance, there was no car rental. I picked up the car at 8 am on the day of departure, so I went to the nearby Chinatown. It was Uber 13 knife, had a Chinese meal, and then I took my father who was 70 and walked back to the hotel for more than 20 minutes. My lover took the child to Jiuquhua Street and walked back to the hotel in 40 minutes. For young people It's not far away. The room type we ordered was not large, and the double bed was a bit small, but there was a small sofa bed, which was barely dealt with. The breakfast at the hotel is bread, couscous, fried sausage, bacon, milk with chocolate, low fat, non-fat, all in boxes. I like this, they are replenished in time and can be taken back to the room. The best breakfast in the 6 hotels in the United States, but still can not compare with the buffet breakfast in Chinese hotels.
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4.1/533 Reviews
Fisherman's Wharf
There is a paid parking lot, no breakfast, and a 20-40 knife service charge per room. Good location, side view can see the sea. In front of the door is a double-decker sightseeing bus stop.
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3.3/536 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
this weekend were in San Fransisco in union square there’s quite a deal you know this cities mad expensive the Herberts a steal! You’re right next to the Powell station and in the center of it all but there’s a catch every one knows you get what you pay for! [chorus] Wed like to thank you Hotel Herbert for value lodging in the bay Wed like to thank you Hotel Herbert for giving us a pleasant stay the hotel breakfast round the corner at Bartlett Hall vouchers for two in this nice hostel that you gave us what i sing is true [verse 2; and it thickens] The offered us the Ritz and Herbert we paid attention and we chose the other choices apprehension you’ll pay through the nose! it may be worth no suite or kitchen the Herbert Hotel there are not large rooms you’ll think you’re in a prison with Herberts mug shot (at Herbies) [chorus] Out front there is cable car station with wind our hats in sky they blew and bundle up in moderation the temperature fluctuates through inside insulated for winter the AC units working too the windows thin you can hear the train as it passes through [chorus one last time, everyone!] Wed like to thank you Hotel Herbert (Thank you Herbie) you really get for what you pay communal bathroom, but i presume makes it worth the S.F. stay! (come and stay at herbs!)
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3.4/553 Reviews
Fisherman's Wharf
There is a coffee machine in the hotel, and 2 packets of Starbucks a day. It's close to the sights, opposite the safeway supermarket, you can walk to Chinatown for dinner, Guangdong morning tea is great, there is a cathedral along the way to take pictures. There is also a lot of food over the dock. During the epidemic, no one was deserted. I like the fire in front of the hotel and it is good to sit and have a drink. Parking at night is much cheaper, 45 US dollars a day, acceptable, there are shopping malls around but I think there is nothing good to visit, you can use it as a car to stroll around, the terminal is the terminal. At the airport, it ’s more expensive to refuel. Friends who drive are better to fill up in advance.
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3.9/555 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
From Seattle to Vancouver by car, I chose the Hilton Hotel at the first stop. I thought it was good in China, but I did n’t expect it to be a nightmare. Two large bed rooms were booked at Ctrip, but the front desk gave me an ultra-small room, and beside the elevator, this check-in felt like being next to the runway of an airplane, and I couldn't sleep at all. Negotiating with the hotel was useless. Negotiating with Ctrip. The hotel responded that the room was full and there was no way to change the room. I wonder if the hotel ca n’t sleep in this room?
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2.3/536 Reviews
Marina District
Breakfast is good, parking is convenient and free, parking in San Francisco is not easy to park, suitable for children, the hotel is in a good location, the service is very good, just walk directly to Fisherman ’s Wharf
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4.3/534 Reviews
South of Market
The hotel is located in the Union Square in the city center, and the transportation is very convenient. It is only five minutes walk from the Dangdang bus terminal. There are a lot of buses at Bart station, and the 30th doorway can directly reach the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge. Breakfast can be settled in the opposite starbucks. Sorry for the lack of photos in the room. The modern decoration is basically clean. The only problem is that there is too much homeless in the city center. If it is too late, it is recommended not to go out alone.
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5/533 Reviews
Marina District
Hotel location is very good, general motel level
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4.5/531 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
This beautiful historic hotel provides a taste of Paris at the time it was a magnet for American artists like Hemingway and Fitzgerald (although the focus of prints and exhibits is strictly French). It's conveniently sandwiched beside China Town, Union Square and the Trolley (not running during our visit because of Covid restrictions). Hallways are filled with French art, and on the first floor, classic sunny French melodies are piped over the sound system to transport you to a wonderful time seated at a first rate cafe on the Boulevard Saint-Germain. The owner, Claude Lambert and his Manager, Frank Legrand, have done a masterful job restoring the property. Bathrooms are retrofitted with new showers and vanities. The walls and high ceilings are covered with delightful hand-stenciled patterns that, I was told, took several years to complete in each room as color choices had to be just perfect, or the owner had them painted over and they were started from scratch. Each day during our three-day visit we received fresh linens, towels, coffee and bottled water delivered outside our door. The front desk could not have been more friendly, personable or helpful. I have traveled the world over. I rarely take the time to write a review. However, in this case, I am compelled by the obvious suffering that first class establishments in San Francisco have suffered during the pandemic. If you are looking for something unique, special and memorable, more than just the gleaming steel of a Hyatt or Marriott, you have found your place. And the price is a steal compared to the big brand name properties only a few blocks away at two to three times the price. See for yourself and enjoy the best that San Francisco has to offer!
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5/531 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
I had read that before Palihotel took over the hotel was known to be haunted, and I see why that could be true but honestly it’s an old building that makes a lot of noise at night and the sounds have the tendency to sound like typical ghost sounds. Besides all that the hotel is great, we stayeD in a two bedroom which was more than enough space, the hotel has a restaurant on the second floor which is great and convenient, in the middle of union square everytHing is walking distance, the hotel has made arrangements for parking which will run around $35 a night, the rooms are clean the staff is polite, you can go wrong, this’s my second timE staying at Palihotel, and I will be back
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