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  • 1
    Hotel des Arts

    Hotel des Arts

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    6 reviews

    I have stayed in this hotel quite a few times. It's clean and modern and my favorite part is that while the furniture is exactly the same in all the rooms, the walls of each room are painted by a different artist. Their list of featured artists is impressive (Shepherd Fairy) and they will let you choose which room you'd ...

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  • 2
    The Herbert Hotel

    The Herbert Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    Exposed brick accent wall, exposed beams, gorgeous hardwood flooring, are usually what you expect to read from descriptions of new condos and lofts in San Francisco. Well, that trend has finally hit the hotels. I was shocked and really had no idea what to expect from the bare minimalist lobby. The bright and spacious rooms were absolutely gorgeous with a ...

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  • 3
    Red Victorian Bed, Breakfast & Art

    Red Victorian Bed, Breakfast & Art

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Who doesn't like a little poetry with their 'enlightened egg' sandwich each morning? The famous Haight Ashbury B&B harkens back to a time when peace and free love drove San Francisco (in fact, you can request The Summer of Love or Flower Child rooms), and you could call your hotel a 'living peace museum.' As the headquarters of the Peaceful ...

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  • 4
    Union Square Plaza Hotel

    Union Square Plaza Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3
    6 reviews

    19. Union Square Plaza Hotel is located in the heart of downtown, and as the name suggests, is a block and a half from Union Square, close to a variety of big name stores, small boutiques, and eateries. The lobby is sparse with just the front desk, and feels slightly retro with all the gold coloring, and mirrored walls. The ...

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  • 5
    The Wharf Inn

    The Wharf Inn

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    2 reviews

    The Wharf Inn has a great location and offers free parking. Wi-Fi is complimentary and there's coffee in the lobby, so that about pretty much satisfies all of life's basic needs. The only thing you need left is a bar. Luckily, there are plenty of places to eat and dine nearby. The water is just a block or so away. ...

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  • 6
    Grant Plaza Hotel

    Grant Plaza Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    4 reviews

    The Grant Plaza doesn’t have many amenities, but it’s in a great location amid the bustle of Chinatown and close to Union Square and the cable cars. They have a welcoming lobby space with comfy couches that are a quiet spot to watch the action, and there are also little common sitting areas in the upper areas of the hotel. ...

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  • 7
    Days Inn Lombard Street

    Days Inn Lombard Street

    Hotel Class:
    4
    2 reviews

    The Days Inn on Lombard Street is perhaps one of the nicer motels in the area. While it's not much to look at from the street, the inside area is quiet, peaceful and well-maintained. Rooms are very nice, and parking and Wi-Fi are included. I was quite impressed with the size and decor of the rooms, particularly the warm furnishings ...

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  • 8
    Surf Motel

    Surf Motel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    2 reviews

    Surf Motel is a surprisingly nice motel with very nice rooms and suites. Parking is included and Wi-Fi is free. The vibrant blue of all the doors really made the place pop, and the sound of the palm trees in the wind almost sounded like waves on the beach. I suppose that's just my mind reacting to the name of ...

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  • 9
    Baldwin Hotel

    Baldwin Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    2 reviews

    Located in Downtown San Francisco and just outside of Chinatown, the Baldwin Hotel has a great location for exploring the heart of urban SF. You can step outside and throw a stone at a restaurant (that is how close you are to them; I do not actually advise doing this). I also got the sense that they are well-equipped to ...

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  • 10
    Alexis Park

    Alexis Park

    Hotel Class:
    3
    3 reviews

    Alexis Park is a motel in the Tenderloin area of San Francisco. It isn’t the most glamorous of neighborhoods and there are certainly homeless about, however some of the best and most affordable restaurants and bars are nearby. Additionally, the Civic Center area is nearby, which is quite lovely during the day. This motel was recently renovated, which explains why ...

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  • 11
    Motel 6

    Motel 6

    Hotel Class:
    2.5
    3 reviews

    21. Motel 6, located on the corner of Geary and Larkin, follows its chain of motels and offers a big name to your stay, so that you know there is a certain level of service and standard. The front desk staff members were really friendly and courteous. Though it is a motel, the pricing seemed a bit steep for 1. ...

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  • 12
    Alpha Inn & Suites

    Alpha Inn & Suites

    Hotel Class:
    3
    2 reviews

    Alpha Inn & Suites is a budget-friendly motel located on busy Lombard Street. They serve coffee in the morning, have free Wi-Fi, and free parking. They also have an outdoor heated pool, which is mostly unheard of in San Francisco. It looked clean and well-maintained. The bathtub in the room even has some jets. The rooms are spacious and clean, ...

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  • 13
    Greenwich Inn

    Greenwich Inn

    Hotel Class:
    3
    2 reviews

    Greenwich Inn is a no-frills budget-friendly motel on a quiet corner close to the Marina and Cow Hollow districts. The rooms are cozy and come with a tv, mini-fridge, iron, and coffee-maker. Everything seems clean, well-kept, and simple, but what instead of drapes or curtains, they had white shutters. Window shutters spruces things up a little and makes it feel ...

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  • 14
    Civic Center Inn

    Civic Center Inn

    Hotel Class:
    3
    2 reviews

    Civic Center Inn, located a few short blocks from City Hall, the Asian Art Museum, and the San Francisco Main Library is on the edge of Civic Center, and the Tenderloin. The location is convenient, but it's in a sketchier part of town. If you're not afraid of homeless folks wandering the neighborhood and you want a no-frills budget-friendly motel, ...

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  • 15
    Aida Hotel

    Aida Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3
    2 reviews

    Aida Hotel, located on the corner of Market and 7th Street, is budget-friendly no-frills hotel in a historical building that was once owned by a previous San Francisco mayor. The building itself is beautiful, and the lobby, littered with old jukeboxes, chandeliers, and seating reminds me of old San Francisco past. A multitude of signs and hotel information plaster the ...

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  • 16
    The Grant Hotel

    The Grant Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    2.5
    2 reviews

    Cheap and cheerful. Great for a short stay in SF and stay close to the action. Rooms are clean, with TV, bath and Shower. Did not like the staff at the front desk especially the old unhelpful guy. But sure I don't stay in a hotel to bond with the staff.

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  • 17
    CitiGarden Hotel

    CitiGarden Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    2.5
    2 reviews

    Crashed the night here because my flight got cancelled due to mechanical issues, and they decided to stuff us in the cheapest hotel possible. First, it's really designed like a motel...the rooms are extremely outdated; it reminds me of that horror movie Vacancy where you get trapped in your room unable to escape...dimly lit, plug outlets in the most inconvenient ...

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  • 18
    Mission Inn

    Mission Inn

    Hotel Class:
    3
    1 review

    This is the kind of place (believe me, I speak from experience) the Red Cross puts you up if your house just caught on fire. Compared to the rest of the city, it's in a pretty crappy location and there's absolutely nothing charming or special about it. But a room here costs less than parking and taxes at most San ...

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  • 19
    Monarch Hotel

    Monarch Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3
    1 review

    Decent hotel for a decent price- central to bus lines. Outdated elevator is a bit scary (and loud if your room is near the shaft)

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  • 20
    Andrews Hotel

    Andrews Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3
    1 review

    The hotel was formerly a Turkish bath house and is charmingly quirky with old gated elevator and unusual controls to operate it. We booked a standard room, which we expected would be small, but received a corner room with a separate bedroom and sitting area, so had plenty of space. The room was very comfortable and the windows, including the ...

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