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  • 1
    Hayes Valley Inn

    Hayes Valley Inn

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    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    There aren't many bed & breakfast style inns in San Francisco, but Hayes Valley Inn definitely stands out. The building is older, but feels like you're visiting your grandparent’s home. There’s a lot of floral décor and it feels like a country home – classic, and absolutely charming. Hayes Valley Inn is a European style bed & breakfast, so they ...

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  • 2
    The Mosser

    The Mosser

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    8 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    If you want to be in the heart of San Francisco, chances are your hotel will be a little bit noisy and a little bit small. If you want to be in the heart of San Francisco and stay in your hotel room...you might be doing it wrong. The Mosser is a perfect base to explore San Francisco - it's ...

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    Phoenix Hotel, a Joie de Vivre hotel

    Phoenix Hotel, a Joie de Vivre hotel

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    22 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    This mid-century motel in the Tenderloin is a famous historical pit-stop for rock bands and movie stars. I love the architecture and lay-out, with rooms circling an oblong pool with a mural at the bottom. The Phoenix also features a cocktail bar on the first floor that often features guest DJs or themed parties during the summer.

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    Parc 55 Wyndham

    Parc 55 Wyndham

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    22 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    A very nice hotel located right in the middle of Union Square. I stayed here with my boyfriend and his family for his birthday weekend, and found it to be a very enjoyable stay. Apparently the 2nd floor is where you check in, and while it's a very nice floor (really white), there's a lot of empty space that is ...

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  • 5
    Green Tortoise Hostel

    Green Tortoise Hostel

    6 reviews

    Who says you have to spend a pile of money to be cultured in San Francisco? We love this hostel for its own history and culture. The Green Tortoise has been around for decades as a hostel and bus line, and you can still take a bus trip throughout California, the US, and beyond. Plus, the building is historic (check ...

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    The Good Hotel

    The Good Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Mediocre - 67% of guests recommend

    We like the Good Hotel in our San Francisco budget category since it's not only cheap and in downtown San Francisco, it also has a very San Franciscan commitment to being, well... good. Is it fancy? Heavens, no. Might you see a few prostitutes or meth addicts whilst entering or exiting? Oh, yes. But it's ridiculously central, half the cost ...

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  • 7
    Hotel Kabuki

    Hotel Kabuki

    11 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    We like the Kabuki as a budget hotel for San Francisco for several reasons, including its location (in the heart of Japantown, outside the craziness of downtown), its serene Japanese-inspired spa and springs, and its exceedingly good value. Add in cleanliness, a Tokyo-style chic lounge and restaurant, and a peaceful koi pond, and the atmosphere is complete.

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  • 8
    Hostelling International San Francisco (Downtown)

    Hostelling International San Francisco (Downtown)

    7 reviews

    When I spent a month backpacking down the East Coast, I stayed almost entirely in Hostelling International hostels (Boston, Manhattan, DC and Virginia Beach). It was only in New Orleans that I didn't. None of those HI properties look as nice as the Hostelling International in downtown San Francisco. This is simply a great property. The building is nice, the ...

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  • 9
    Red Victorian Bed, Breakfast & Art

    Red Victorian Bed, Breakfast & Art

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    3 reviews

    Very quirky, cool, alternative Bed and Breakfast. Will definately plan to stay there sometime in the future.

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  • 10
    The Metro Hotel

    The Metro Hotel

    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    You want cheap and chic? Get out of San Francisco's city center and the prices drop dramatically. Located in the trendiest new neighborhood of the city, the Divisadero Corridor, the Metro Hotel is near bars, cafes, and music venues. Buy a week pass on public transportation or take a taxi and save yourself hundreds.

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  • 11
    Renaissance Stanford Court

    Renaissance Stanford Court

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    5 reviews

    This was a nice hotel. It is not the most extravagant but it is very nice and very comfortable. There is a restaurant in the lobby and no continental breakfast which was a little bit of a downer. But overall it was a good place to stay at during our stay in San Francisco

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  • 12
    Orchard Garden Hotel

    Orchard Garden Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    On the outskirts of San Francisco Chinatown, you will find this hidden gem. I was curious what this place would be like when I found out it was right around the corner from the Chinatown gate, but my qualms were eased once I set foot in a very plush, nice, and friendly hotel! This is the sister to the Orchard ...

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  • 13
    Hostelling International San Francisco (City Center)

    Hostelling International San Francisco (City Center)

    3 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    Smack dab in the middle of downtown San Francisco, you'll find comfy rooms, free coffee, a friendly, helpful staff all at Hosteling International prices. A private room for two people translates into about 100 USD per night. Dorm beds are about a quarter of that. The big plus is that there's tons of great restaurants right around the corner and ...

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  • 14
    San Remo Hotel

    San Remo Hotel

    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    San Remo Hotel is a beautiful hotel at a great location. North Beach is one of my favorite neighborhoods in San Francisco, full of culture, food and a fun European vibe. San Remo sits in a quiet part of North Beach away from the noise. It's also really close to Fisherman's Wharf, so getting to some clam chowder isn't hard. ...

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  • 15
    Adelaide Hostel

    Adelaide Hostel

    3 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    I love hostels, especially the nice ones. I stayed here prior to moving to San Francisco when I needed to be in the city early in the morning for a race, and the trains weren't running. I had the best time here exploring the hostel and made a few international friends along the way. Highly recommended for those on a ...

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  • 16
    Hotel des Arts

    Hotel des Arts

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    6 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    It's been years since I had the need to stay at a hotel in SF, but before I moved here I visited the City and stayed at Hotel des Arts. It's definitely for younger, hipper travelers. The rooms are all painted differently by artists, and I had a room with pink graffiti all over the walls. The bathroom was shared, ...

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  • 17
    Hotel Carlton

    Hotel Carlton

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    4 reviews

    I liked this hotel, they have a free wine hour, good location, low price, friendly staff, and their Wifi worked. Nothing extra fancy but it met and slightly exceeded what i expected for the price.

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  • 18
    The Herbert Hotel

    The Herbert Hotel

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    4 reviews
    Good! - 76% of guests recommend

    The pictures that The Herbert posts online are a bit deceiving. We arrived and we upgraded to a King room on the fly so that we would have our own bathroom in our room; otherwise, you have to walk out to the hallway to use restrooms and showers. Granted, the hotel is CHEAP for San Francisco and it's close to ...

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  • 19
    USA Hostels San Francisco

    USA Hostels San Francisco

    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    I happened to have a friend staying here while I was in town. I convinced him to smuggle me in to have a look. I can honestly say that I am not a lover of hostels (an understatement) but was pleasantly surprised at the amenities offered. From free WiFi, breakfast and linens. I was also surprised at the cleanliness of ...

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  • 20
    Cow Hollow Motor Inn and Suites

    Cow Hollow Motor Inn and Suites

    2 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    Stayed here with our family. Makes it easy with kids because you can get a suite for around $189.00 - one of the least expensive options I found in San Francisco. Includes a kitchen and separate living room (where you can put a baby down if you need to). Style is a bit dated but good location.

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