Hotels Near Randall Museum

4.7/5Outstanding24 Reviews
0.94km from Randall Museum
The Metro Hotel is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Visitors to San Francisco will find that the Metro Hotel is a fantastic accommodation choice. San Francisco International Airport is located approximately 18km away while Emeryville Train Station is 18km away. In addition, 16th Street Mission Metro Station is just a short walk away. Famous local attractions Bowie/Lemmy/Prince Mural, Spencer House and Theodore Green Apothecary, can all be reached with a short walk. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city. According to our trusted guests, the facilities at this hotel are first-rate.
FromUS$222
4.3/5Excellent32 Reviews
1.34km from Randall Museum
This is a great little boutique hotel. Reminds me of an English guest house with lots of character. It is way out of the hustle and bustle of the city center but easy enough to get to. I love the location as it is right across from Golden Gate Park. So nice to take beautiful long walks in the morning, quiet and peaceful. Safe neighborhood to walk around. Good breakfast, snacks throughout the day and wine in the evening. Whole Foods one block away, pub next door and several restaurants within a few blocks. If you are in SF for UCSF Medical center this is the place to stay. But main shout out is to the staff. I have stayed here several nights while my husband was in the hospital and each time Matthew has been amazing. One call and he efficiently and politely handles every request, from last minute reservations to finding me the perfect quiet room to facilitating late check-in’s to restaurant and market recommendations. I never feel like any ask is too much trouble. General Manager Bill is also as professional, accommodating and friendly - always a hello and checking to make sure I’m having a great stay. Veronica is very sweet, remembering me and sending good wishes for my husband’s recovery. And Irya at the front desk is cheerful and helpful. All in all, it is a very comfortable place to stay. I much prefer it here to the big chain hotels in the city center.
FromUS$166
3/535 Reviews
1.4km from Randall Museum
I knew this was a budget hotel, and finding a decent moderately-priced hotel in a good area of a large city is so difficult. My daughter had stayed here several times so we stayed for four nights very recently. As others have noted, it's older and pretty worn. But you get what you pay for. On the positive side, the location is fine. I prefer not to be in the middle of downtown and this hotel is not far from public transit and feels very safe to walk around, day and evening. The room and bathroom (we chose ensuite bath) were both very small, bare basic, very little space to unpack your things, but the bed was comfortable and my room had small bedside tables and good reading lights with outlets and USB ports handy (my daughter's room did not). However: apparently every room is different and not like those pictured on the website. During one stay, my daughter had a nice corner room; this time, we both had very small rooms--same price. The biggest negative for me was lack of temperature control. Heat came on and no way to turn it off, and no fan (and I do not like a hot bedroom at night). I thought about opening a window, but my room faced a busy street and was pretty noisy even with the windows closed. Also, be aware sound-proofing is poor if you have noisy neighbors. All in all, except for the temperature-control issue, I would probably stay here again (and hope for one of the better rooms, which seem to be totally by chance).
FromUS$66
1.6/534 Reviews
1.49km from Randall Museum
Well yes I know this hotel might not be everybody's cuppa tea. I get that. But if you are looking for an absolutely amazing value there is little to complain about in this family-run clean-as-a-whistle hotel located in the heart of the vibrant, sunny Valencia corridor. This restaurant row, which I compare to Paris' Mouffetard district, is ever surprising. It's a place where you can have street food or haute cuisine, whichever you prefer! And yes you might have an impromptu jam session under your window one night, hey this is the City, go with the flow! (Seriously if the noise gets to be too much, do bring a blindfold and earplugs if you are a light sleeper, especially on weekends.) The location is an easy walk to the BART 16th Street Station makes coming and going to the airport a breeze, as well as to the Muni to whisk you cheaply around the City. I do suggest booking a "queen room with bay window" you will find the extra space is welcome. The rooms have a small fridge and a microwave, very handy for those leftover burritos and other delicacies. Highly recommended!
FromUS$74
4.4/5Excellent30 Reviews
1.58km from Randall Museum
The Grove Inn San Francisco is located in San Francisco (Alamo Square), also nearby are Lombard Street and Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum. This San Francisco hotel features complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas and a computer station is located on site. The staff can provide tour/ticket assistance. This is a smoke-free property. A total renovation of this property was completed in June 2015. The guestrooms at Hotel include complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access is provided. Rooms are equipped with LED TVs. All accommodations provide desks and phones. Bathrooms offer shower, designer toiletries, and hair dryers. In-room tea makers are provided. Additional amenities include irons/ironing boards and blackout drapes/curtains. In addition, a turndown service is offered nightly, housekeeping is available daily, and amenities available on request include hypo-allergenic bedding.Surroundings area:Painted Ladies, Alamo Square, and Chinatown/Japantown.
FromUS$178
4.4/5Excellent30 Reviews
1.66km from Randall Museum
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.
FromUS$135
4.5/5Excellent32 Reviews
1.66km from Randall Museum
Beware of this hotel, my girlfriend and I accidentally booked a single room instead of a double room through hostelworld.com and the hotel let us know that when we arrived. Since there was no way we were going to stay in a twin bed, we wanted to upgrade to a double room. We were charged an extra $15 for that "upgrade" but after we were charged Jay, the manager, said that the $15 was just for allowing another person to stay in our single room, not for a different room. They were out of double rooms entirely. If we had known this, we would have cancelled the reservation and gone somewhere else with a bigger bed. Even moments after he had just ran our card, he refused to give us a refund. So we paid for three days in a single twin bed at this hotel and had an extremely uncomfortable night the first night, and then booked somewhere else for the other nights because the bed was just too small for two people. The decent thing to do would have been to cancel our charge because we never wanted to stay in a twin in the first place, but Jay took advantage of us and charged us for the twin anyway. We talked to multiple employees at the hotel and none of them were able to help us. Really disrespectful and I would have thought they would have the human decency to refund us after we clearly did not want that room and they knew that. Stay away from this hotel.
FromUS$49
4.6/5Outstanding30 Reviews
1.72km from Randall Museum
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.
FromUS$227
4.2/5Very Good33 Reviews
1.81km from Randall Museum
This hotel is cool. The workers are very helpful and trustworthy. My room had a closet, drawers, TV set, sink, soap, towels and a window that opens and closes. The heater worked efficiently and the bathrooms were relatively clean. Stay here when visiting San Fran. You won’t regret it
FromUS$52
3.4/530 Reviews
1.81km from Randall Museum
In San Francisco, $100 per night is affordable.
FromUS$120
3.6/521 Reviews
1.82km from Randall Museum
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.
FromUS$364
0/50 Reviews
1.98km from Randall Museum
The Annex at Hayes Valley is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Annex at Hayes Valley offers a pleasant stay in San Francisco for those traveling for business or leisure. 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. Guests will find San Francisco Symphony, Birch Castle and Davies Symphony Hall just a short distance from the hotel. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities.
FromUS$82

Hotels Near Randall Museum In San Francisco Review

4/530 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
This hotel is under new management so we couldn't see many reviews before booking but it was a great experience! the self check-in was a breeze (we received all the info in an email) and our room was nice and clean. The room is cozy but normal size for SF and if we needed a little more space we just went down to the lobby lounge area. There was wifi in the room and in the lobby area. The kitchen was super convenient to make a quick breakfast. We didn't use the washer/dryers but if we stayed longer we probably would have. We could walk to Union Square and there is also a Trader Joe's a couple blocks away. It was a perfect place to stay for a couple of nights!
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FromUS$164
4.3/532 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
I booked the Proper hotel after reading reviews of various hotels in the area. We were scheduled to attend a show at the Warfield and I wanted to be as close as possible to avoid excessive walking at night, or having to connect with an Uber (I was not certain how long it would take following a show). The hotel is literally two blocks away and the easiest walk you can ask for. The hotel itself is beautiful - it is very clean and the staff is helpful, friendly, and accommodating. As with other reviews - please understand that this is a boutique style hotel - the rooms are SMALL. But they are well appointed with everything you need. They are quiet and they have blackout shades for nighttime. (as for size - it would be similar to a larger child's bedroom). We had two meals onsite and both were very good, one in room service (the food was actually still warm upon arrival - rare for room service), as well as breakfast at Villon (the overnight oats are incredible). We were only quickly able to have drinks at Charmaine's, but the roof top is very pretty and a nice escape / view of the city skyline. Valet services were on par (cost wise) with anywhere else in the city and again, valet staff was great! They warn you that it may take 30-45 minutes to get your car to you but there is a text option so you can request from your room, or as we did once we were finishing our breakfast before departure. It only took 20 minutes in our case. It was a nice feature to not have to worry about finding a parking garage and schlepping all of our things from parking to the hotel. The area is a tough one - it definitely hurt my heart to see so many homeless folks - they do literally line the streets setting up at night for sleep. BUT - not a single person bothered us on our walk back from the theater. They really do keep to themselves and the only interactions I experienced were a returned smile and a lady on the steps of one of the hotel entrances telling us we had to go to the back because they lock the front doors at night. I will say that was my only struggle - to be so lucky to stay in an opulent setting while others are sleeping on the street and struggling to eat that day.
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FromUS$329
4.5/532 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
We had a wonderful stay and probably won't be willing to stay anywhere else in SF from now on. The Four Seasons Embarcadero was supremely comfortable, and well-located too. The special touches that we found here elevated our stay: friendly greetings by everyone when we arrived or left; the mat in front of the sink in the bathroom (it's a little thing, but floors can be so cold); the excellent cleaning staff (the room was immaculate, and twice a day service meant we never ran out of the big, fluffy, towels); comfortable room with seating for 2+; and the tasty in-room breakfast (the California omlet was wonderful). The room (a Deluxe Bay View Room) was updated and attractive, with good seating and a dining table (for in-room dining). The bed and linens were very comfortable. I loved having a charger on my end table that I could just set my phone on every night to charge--a great touch. We had a Bay View room, and the view did not disappoint. It was amazing. Since all the rooms are on high floors, everyone should get a similar view (see picture in this review--it's hard to believe it's not a postcard). We found the location to be great: very close walking distance to SF MOMA, Union Square, and Cable car lines; a $6 uber to Pier 33 to get to Alcatraz. Lots of tasty restaurants are also very close: we especially liked the ones on Belden Place, just two blocks away. Two small quibbles: it took quite awhile to get a bucket of ice on two occasions, and my husband hated his french toast from room service (it was super dry, not custardy as it should have been. He said he would have sent it back if he was in a restaurant.) These were tiny hiccups.
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FromUS$608
3.9/533 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
What the hotel does well: It’s quiet! As a business traveler I really appreciate thick walls and not having kids or adults behaving as children running through the halls. The closets. The closets are large and well appointed. I have a large hard sided suitcase and was able to open it completely and access everything in it without having to remove it from the closet. Comfortable bedding. Slept like a baby. Where the hotel can improve. The bathrooms. While large, they only featured a shower. All the other JWs I’ve stayed in have a bath and shower or at least a combo. No desks. The room had a strange high top table that could be used as a desk, but really big enough too and they didn’t have power. Not what you want when traveling for work. Front desk team. They seemed understaffed. It took a really long time get help each time I interacted with them. They just felt kind of cold, going through the motions of their job.
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FromUS$274
4/532 Reviews
Marina District
Front office staff were very helpful. Room was just average. Toilet was clogged. Charger point was broken. We got car parking and that is a big plus point. Walk-able distance, about 15 to 20 mins, to Fisherman warf, Ghirardelli, Pier 33. The staff was prompt to arrive when called for toilet unclogging service. Though he unclogged it within a min, he messed up the room with toilet water when he carried back the toilet water drenched plunger which he used to unclog the toilet. He did not even cleaned the room after he messed up. This was really disgusting experience.
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FromUS$136
4.7/5155 Reviews
South of Market
Great experience overall! They made me feel welcomed from the minute I got my car valeted to checking in and out. The room was clean and the views we’re amazing!!!! Great location so you don’t have to drive to get to the shops or to get food. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to experience San Francisco the right way:) the staff was so friendly and courteous. My stay exceeded my expectations !
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FromUS$234
4.2/544 Reviews
Fisherman's Wharf
Fisherman's Wharf is next door. It takes 5-10 minutes to watch the seals from Pier 39 and see their feet. San Francisco's famous Dangdang Departure Station is next door, and you can directly go to Dangdang City Center. In addition, Uber is expected to get it within 10-15 yuan for the ordinary car of the Golden Gate Bridge. All in all a hotel worth recommending. If you use the hotel's parking service, it is expected to cost about $ 100 per day, which is a bit painful. Expensive parking in San Francisco is obvious to all.
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FromUS$230
4.2/545 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
The location is good, the top of the church hill, the Federation Square, far away from the crowds. Downstairs is the scenic spot, and the rooftop bar is also a good place for viewing, but there are too many people. The price is affordable in San Francisco (even compared to Federation Square). If you don't mind climbing back, there is TraderJoe’s on the mountainside to the west, Whole Foods Market a few blocks away, and a corner grocery store on the south slope. Living on the top of the mountain means going out and going downhill, and going back uphill. The breakfast in the hotel is on the first floor. It must be near the window to have a little view, otherwise, if you have time, it is better to go out and visit a nearby breakfast shop. The room facilities are older, but still useful. The room I lived in was facing west on the 9th floor. I couldn't see the small square and the Bay Gorge downstairs to the north, but it was not blocked. It was very bright in the afternoon. I could also see the Grace Cathedral and the roof of the parking lot next door ( My car is parked there). The parking lot next door is good, simple and practical, park for 40 dollars for 24 hours by yourself, in and out. The parking lot of the Stonecutter Temple 38 a block away was 24 hours a day, but it was full at that time. There are also street berths nearby, it depends on luck. The top of the mountain is prone to wind and fog, so please dress appropriately.
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FromUS$256
3.4/532 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
I have been twice to this fantastic hostel, I really love the design. The first time I booked for a 6 beds room with a private bathroom and it was really big, the room was small for 6 people, especially in covid time, it had a small kitchenette. the beds were comfortable but to close each other, I refuse to have the middle down and I change it with first on top. Nice staying. The second time I choose 4 beds with a shared bathroom and I had been alone 3 nights on 4 fortunately because the room again was so small for 4 people, there was a sink and 2 tables with chairs, not too bad! both of the rooms were clean and tidy, nice smell and black carpet as I love! look like everybody was quiet and I had a nice stay, in the second room bed number 4 a big one was a bit uncomfortable and noisy when I moved but nothing more. Nice people at the reception all the time, helpful and policies, fresh fruit every day, coffee and tea, microwave and tap water sink for everybody. The bathrooms shared outside the room was mostly clean but I found it quite dirty once, isn t the property fault if someone is unrespectful. To finish the position, at first, I noticed it was a perfect position to reach everything, but the second time I was annoyed by the stench of piss outside.
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FromUS$114
4.3/541 Reviews
South of Market
It’s already more than 9 o'clock, no twin room! The hotel will wait until the corner suite bed room, the room has a great view, but unfortunately only one bed, plus a small bed But look at this oversized room, awesome However, if something in the refrigerator is not put back within 30 seconds, it will be automatically deducted, a bottle of water 8usd! You are dead Hotel parking 60 days
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FromUS$254
4.1/555 Reviews
Marina District
This hotel is only a few hundred meters away from the famous scenic spot Jiuquhua Street. The surrounding environment is very beautiful. There are special sightseeing buses passing by the entrance of the hotel, and it is not far from the famous tourist attraction Fisherman's Wharf. It is also about 20 minutes. There are great Japanese restaurants next to and opposite the hotel.
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FromUS$126
1.2/531 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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FromUS$116
4.3/551 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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FromUS$260
4.7/531 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Good base for San Francisco sight seeing. We stayed for 4 nights mid April and had room 51 on top floor. Good spacious room, the only downside was the fire didn’t work and as it was Easter there was no maintenance. Tea/coffee on tap in the sister hotel just down the street, wine and snacks each evening and decent complimentary breakfast to get you started. Good location for the cable cars and buses, walkable to fisherman’s wharf, Lombard street, Chinatown and good shopping.
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FromUS$215
4.3/544 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
I stayed here during a conference where the price was raised to $240/night. If the price had been quite a bit lower as it might normally be, I probably wouldn't complain much. The location is hard to beat in terms of proximity to Union Square and the Moscone Center, and the front desk staff was friendly. Other reviews have noted that the rooms are dated--and I found that to be true as well. But, my room was clean. The wifi worked, and the rooms were insulated from noise from adjoining rooms. However, there was hardly any noise isolation from the outside. I was on the 6th floor facing Geary Street, and I could hear just about everything going on well into the evening. The heat in my room was also not working until my last night there--and that combined with very thin covers left me pretty cold (though the bed itself was comfortable). When the heat did work, it made a strange noise reminiscent of a dying cat, so I ended up turning it off anyway. One tip for taller or larger travelers: I am 5' 2'', and the shower head was only 2 inches above my head. So if you're much taller than me, you'll be bending down to rinse your hair. You'll also find the bathroom overall to be quite small.
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FromUS$108
3.8/530 Reviews
Marina District
have made repairs and now there are hotel standards and if the price does not rise then the normal hotel is all you need to eat
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FromUS$97
3.9/535 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
We loved our stay here. Firstly, the bed was one of the comfiest beds I’ve ever slept in in a hotel (even comfort than fairmonts and Westins I have stayed at) and we had a good nights sleep every night after long days. The location is good and close to lots of different neighborhoods. Walking distance to china town, the ferry and others. Lots of places nearby to eat breakfast lunch or dinner. The staff is very friendly and it is very clean. It even smells clean. It also feels very safe and I am glad we chose this area. While some areas in San Fran are highly populated with the homeless, we did not see any in this area. Something else I noticed is the tap water gets both hot and cold, whereas usually in hotels the tap water js not ideal to drink because it doesn’t get cold enough and tastes gross (maybe not important to others but I hate waking up and wanting some water and having none!)
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FromUS$233
3.4/533 Reviews
Sunset District
The rooms are clean and tidy, with good facilities, convenient transportation and free parking.
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FromUS$95
3/533 Reviews
Fisherman's Wharf
We stayed for 6 nights at the property in March 2022, in one of the two bedroom suites with a view of the Bay. The accommodation was lovely, with comfortable beds, a fireplace, stylish furnishings, and it was a very generous size. The view from our bedroom window was gorgeous, and the atmosphere of this converted factory, with exposed brick and quirky spaces is very unique. Our unit was also very well equipped with everything we needed to prepare a meal when we wanted, and it was supplied with luxurious toiletries, robes and towels. The size and layout were perfect for a family, offering plenty of space and privacy for myself my husband and our adult children. We were there to visit one of our daughters who had moved to San Fran, and a couple of nights she stayed over with us and the pull out in the living room easily allowed for 5 adults to be comfortable in the apartment ( indeed, I think with the pull out the unit would be comfortable even for 6 people). The accommodation is really a high end super comfortable full apartment, so it felt like a home away from home, but with full housekeeping services! My daughter took full advantage of the large soaker tub, and as we all needed to get a little work done while we were visiting, it was easy for each of us to find our own spot to be on a computer, or alternatively relax in front of the fireplace or TV. The public spaces of the property are also terrific, offering a couple of huge outdoor decks with fire pits that were great for sitting out on a cool evening. The deck on the second floor with a panoramic view of the Bay was especially fabulous, and we had a little wine and cheese visit with some friends out there one night that was wonderful. The property's location, attached to the shops and restaurants of Ghiradelli square and easy walking distance to the bay, and Fisherman's wharf, as well as to Russian Hill, was super convenient and made the stay relaxing as we could grab a bite whenever we wanted at one of the nearby restaurants and go for beautiful walks along the water straight from the hotel. The thing that really set the hotel apart, though, was the service. Without exception every staff person I had contact with was smiling, helpful, and super accommodating. I have travelled extensively and can't recall any place I've been where the staff were as noticeably pleasant. They really went the extra mile to be helpful. We will definite come back!!
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FromUS$835
4.2/537 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
This place was perfectly located and perfect for our needs as a family of 4 (parents and two teenage boys). We got a family suite (Room 315) with 2 double beds and a round sitting table in the main room and a separate room with a queen bed. Room 315 faces Columbus street and gets some street noise (you can hear garbage trucks, etc) but the view of Coit Tower and surroundings is worth it. if you are really sensitive to noise, you can request a room that does not face the street but that room faces the backside of another building and has no view. For an extra $10 a day (or was it $5?), you can rent a small fridge for our stay. The inn has free parking (worth the price alone!) and many bus cable stops are located nearby. In fact, there is one bus stop literally outside the door of the inn. Many tourists sites are located within a short walk or bus trip but the location did not feel like it was overrun by tourist at all. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The room, while not luxurious, was perfectly clean and comfortable. I would stay here again in a heartbeat and I highly recommend to everyone.
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FromUS$179
3.6/532 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Pro: The location as you are near Chinatown and SFMOMA but that’s about it. There’s television set that has 3 channels only, which was fine. Wifi was okay. Cons: The room was slanted! Literaly, I’d get dizzy walking around the room. The carpet floors smell terrible. One of my pillow cases had a stain, and the pillows were not comfortable. There was also some sort of bugs crawling up the bed. I got the room with a private bathroom. Bathroom was clean (thank God). The closet had mismatched hangers (includinga broken one). There’s only 1 window which I suggest you keep the curtains covered so you can’t see the other guests/rooms. I had a hard time sleeping since I’d open the window to let the air in but I could hear the person from the next room snoring since their window was also open. The elevator was terrible and the personel at the front desk don’t even help you open the elevator door. I chose to take the stairs instead which were narrow amd dirty (could see popcorn on the floor). If you really must choose to stay here, stay with a friend. Although I stayed alone I didn’t feel entirely safe or comfortable. Not going to stay here again. *If you watched The Shining, that’s what the hallway and bathroom looked like. I have no pics of my actual room cause it was that terrible.
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FromUS$135
3.7/534 Reviews
Marina District
We have been staying in this hotel for 8 years (twice a year / 1 week each time). It is a convenient location for us and the staff, up until today, has always been friendly and helpful. We even came and stayed here during lockdown and pandemic when hotel had very few customers. This time when we checked in the air conditioner didn’t work right. We called receptionist and it looked liked he fixed the problem. Three days later we came to realization that the air conditioner still was not working correctly. Even thought it was set to cool down at 72 F, the temperature in the room got up to 78 F. The air coming out of AC was cool, but apparently not cold enough to cool the room. A man who identified himself as the manager of the hotel came to our room supposedly to fix the problem. The first thing he did was closed the curtains. He said it was very sunny outside and that is why it is hot inside our room. Really?! Does the manager really expect us to live without natural sunshine like we were in a Ukrainian bomb shelter? Then the manager said there is no problem with the air conditioner - the air coming out is cool. Every time we tried to explain what happens he would not listen and interrupted us. Every single time.! Then he came with the best solution for the hospitality business - “if you don’t like it move out of this hotel!” Not to mention that it was said with anger and hate. We were just stunned! We never experienced such treatment in any hotel. The manager went downstairs then called us and said he was shortening our stay in the hotel. We had to leave the next day. This was despite the fact that our 8 night stay had been fully prepaid. Since we had paid, we ignored the managers instructions. The day before our scheduled check out, a receptionist came to our room and said we were late in leaving the hotel. We showed him our prepaid reservation. It turned out the manager gave the front desk instructions to throw us out of the hotel. The hotel did not even offer to refund the remaining money we paid. And, like cowards always do, the manager was afraid to do it by himself, so he delegated it to somebody else. To say that his behavior was unacceptable is a massive understatement. There are many hotels in San Francisco in this price range. Our advice - do not stay in Coventry Inn. Managers who have such contempt for their customers deserve empty hotels.
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FromUS$124
3.9/545 Reviews
South of Market
This hotel is the most convenient location in San Francisco. It is located at the intersection of Market Street and 4th Street. The Marriott Hotel is right in front of you. There is a Ross store diagonally. I stayed for 5 nights. There are no slippers or toothbrushes in the room, so you need to bring them with you. I got one box of tissue at the front desk. There is no refrigerator. The microwave is on the ground floor. My daughter's room has only a shower, but my room also has a bathtub. The receptionists were all very kind. One of them spoke Japanese and was really kind. There are restaurants and supermarkets near here, so it's very convenient. There are many trains, so it is a good place for sightseeing.
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FromUS$142
4.1/584 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
Selected after repeated comparisons online. Advantages: 1. Good location. I walked to attractions such as Fisherman's Wharf, Golden Gate Bridge, Union Square and so on. 2. The price is relatively close to people in San Francisco. 3, high-level vision. Service is average. Mishap: Even if the air conditioner is turned off in the room, there is wind coming from the plug-in machine. I am sensitive to noise and will definitely not live again in the future. People who are not sensitive to noise can consider
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FromUS$170
5/531 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
HI Hostel San Francisco Mason Street was my first experience staying in a hostel and if it is consistently like it was to stay here, then I'd definitely do it again. The rooms here are incredibly affordable and while you may not get the privacy of a hotel to yourself, the spaciousness and availability of rooms makes it so that you'll more likely not feel overcrowded. Despite the age of the building, it's been kept up with modern amenities. The hostel has Wi-Fi available to guests; power outlets, USB charger ports, and a reading light at the head of each bed; and a dedicated space to do work, eat, and relax. On top of that, the hostel also has free breakfast, hosts community events for guests, and more. All of this combined with its proximity to Union Square and the entirety of Downtown makes it a great choice for just about anyone. I'd definitely consider staying here again next time I visit the Bay Area.
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FromUS$41
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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3.5/534 Reviews
San Francisco Downtown
This is a small hotel very close to Union Square. Unfortunately, the neighborhood is definitely deteriorating; homeless people abound, but even worse, many are drunk and/or drug addicts, and the area just feels very unsafe. The hotel front door is locked & requires key card access, as does the elevator. There is an Irish pub attached on the first floor, but we had no noise issues at all even on a a Saturday night. The rooms are updated & clean. They are small (as expected for a downtown hotel, but quite nice. The bathroom was very nice. The window shade wasn’t perfect (a few small holes & light in the side), but if that’s my only complaint about the room, it’s pretty great. Park in the Mason O’Farrell garage a block up from the hotel for $35 overnight rather than the $60 the hotel charges for valet. You can unload your bags in the loading zone on the side street just to the right of the hotel (facing it) next to the Irish pub. The staff at the hotel was good. Alyssa (sorry if that’s misspelled) at the front desk was amazing. She was SO helpful. She got us our room early. She gave us tips (where to park, transportation, etc). She was there both days & helped us a ton! Breakfast was disappointing because of covid. All they had was some light snacks to grab & go (some individually wrapped honey buns, fruit [apples, bananas, oranges), & oatmeal; we got the last cereal bar, but there wasn’t even enough of those for us). So while I recommend the hotel, I would say to be wary of the neighborhood. We had no issues, but were very careful. If you have to stay in this neighborhood, this is a good choice. I'd recommend staying in the warehouse district, which felt a bit safer to me.
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3.7/531 Reviews
Fisherman's Wharf
Despite simple room and jaded decor, no frills but to me it was good enough as the location was super convenient for all mode of transportations in which my top reasons for choosing city hotels. 2 of the cable cars stations, Powell-Hyde and Powell-Mason are not far along with the trams or street cars stations are all located within walking distance from this hotel along with Fisherman's Wharf is easily accessible by foot, so food was not issue either. It is a relatively small property of only 25 rooms but Jay, the person-in-charge and his Housekeeping Assistant were very helpful during my stay.
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4.8/543 Reviews
Pacific Heights
Avoid at all costs. Checked in as Hyatt Globalist last night for a 4 night stay. It is clear the full renovation budget went into the lobby, it looks great! However the rooms are not ready for prime time (or any time). The first room which was an “upgrade” was to a room in the 13th floor in the tower. They do not have AC. Instead central heat which in our room sounded like a plane taking off and stuck on 75degree. The attitude from the front desk “open the slider door if you want it cooler”. Sure the slider door that jams as it’s from a century previous to this one and so I can enjoy the sounds of the room having a full scale party above me combining with the clanking noise of the “central heat”. After expressing a polite rejection of that “solution” with some attitude they moved us to room that had new fangled AC (clearly their Reno budget ran out after the lobby cost!). Great a room below 75 degrees. Just ignoring the bathroom door slats which hadn’t been dusted since no doubt this thing was built originally and the grimy bathroom. Surprise! 1am the dumper trucks started up outside. Surprise 5am onwards the trash trucks and workers (on a Saturday) start up. Finally sleeping they waited for the piece de resistance the full on jack hammering and drilling below us from 8.30/9am onwards. It was like being trapped in a hotel horror story. “Brad” at the front desk had two solutions one of which seemed to be not believing the videos or information presented to him and telling me the manager wasn’t even in the “state” after we requested the night before to be contacted. Which was go back to a hot room with no AC… or well …. Nothing else. Also the hotel feigned any knowledge of the drilling despite there being toilets, cordons and cones out showing it was just a random Saturday morning thing that a crew decided to do under the hotel. The attitude was sub standard, the hotel should be part of Hyatt as I know this is NOT how they treat their guests and the only option left to us was for us to leave and likely end up having to pay for the nights in this hellhole we didn’t end up staying for. If the hotel had simply communicated and managed the situation I suspect my review would have differs however this is to warn other travelers to be very wary if you stay here. It’s a two star hotel at best. I will also be submitting my videos to Hyatt and my Globalist a Concerige so they can investigate.
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4.7/536 Reviews
South of Market
So normally I wouldn’t think to stay at the W for work, but I must say this is my current favorite work hotel location in SF (& I go often enough that it’s become a bit of a game testing out new hotels). Pros: great location, easy for metro/bus/muni/etc if you are inclined, basic but functional gym (kinda feels like a weird space club but that’s cool every now and then, needs more free weights), rooms are sp**** and very usable, the long desk for work and window seat were great, gorgeous bathrooms, sculptural headboard… (tl;dr it’s a beautiful modern hotel). Cons: their restaurant is only open Thursday-Sun and breakfast on the weekends which is completely useless to the work week traveler, area is a bit of a food desert at night and you’ve gotta commit to a 8+ min walk for coffee/tea, they only have coffee (I’m currently only drinking tea), zero view from my room (like 5 foot alleyway to the wall of the SFMoma (if you’re traveling for pleasure… inquire about a view). Would stay here again, hopefully with in-hotel dining available. Tip: Cafe Madeline around the corner has surprisingly good sandwiches, etc. Nice for a no fuss bite to eat.
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