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1087 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 – Show map
|Standard Room with One Double Bed and Shared Bathroom|
|Double Room with Two Double Beds and Shared Bathroom|
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|Twin Room with Private Bathroom|
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24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating
Chinese, Filipino, English
1:00 PM - 11:30 PM
4:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One additional child or adult is charged USD 15 per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Clean and nice
The room was clean and comfortable. The building was quiet. Public transportation was close by.
The shower room was very small. There were not enough hooks for towels, etc.The TV reception was very poor and it was only the basic TV channels.
Friendly staffs, Clean rooms, excellent location.
Bathroom too small, old Tvs,
Close to the BART station in the heart of downtown, good to arrive in San Francisco. Room was ok, just a bed, an old tv and a desk, enough comfort to sleep.
The shared showers are a little dirty, as are some of the toilets. The vending machines in the main hall are all broken and the free coffee was the worst on our whole trip.
It was pretty cheap
THE LOCATION. IT WAS SKETCHY. SO MUCH HOMELESS. Hotel was old. It looked like anytime you would get rob or something at night. So loud at night, people going in and out. Room is very small. Bathroom is right by the bed. Sink is right by the bed too. No railings for the window. No fans. Drawers and cabinets smell like insects. Breakfast runs out right away (which is only donut)
the staff were wonderful
It really was just middle of the road. It gave you the amenities you needed and that's it.
Location-#1 Public transportation Room rate Hospitality
Cleaness -pretty old Elevator Neighborhood
It is a nice old hotel which has seen better days. Noise was not a problem even with the windows open. No sign of bed bugs.
Water temperature in the shower fluctuates wildly. The general area appears to have fallen on hard times and there appear too be a few local characters, but no one bothered us.
Friendly staff The place feels good, like a david lynch movie We have had good nights in SF, so that is the most important function of a hotel Free donuts in the morning, coffee 24 hours
Hotel is a bit run down, however if you anticipate to this, then you will like it Not 100% clean, but if you anticipate to this, it is not that bad
it is safe, quiet, and clear. the location is perfect.
I hope the wifi will be better in the room in future
The staff is nice. The old-fashion style is cool. The rooms are what you expect.
Really close to "Tenderloin" area. A lot of homeless and people on drugs. Really annoying especially at night...
Dirty toilets and showers. Showers were too small and there was no place to hang your clothes on. Everything could be nicer.
The neighborhood is dangerous. The room was dirty along with the entire hotel and extremely expensive. I didn't believe it was as bad as previous reviews had said, but it was worse than I could have imagined.
staff it was clean
size of shower
The atmosphere was very hostel-like and European. The hotel is quirky and very old school! It was very much like a step back in time! Also, the location was close to transit system.
Though the location was nice, the area wasn't too "fancy".
Smell Dirt Location (don't look that is Market Street) that part is pure getto a lot of homeless.
no separate restroom and bathroom, all the facility inside the room is so poort that you lost interest to live again.
Location was excellent. Close to Mission by tram, and trendy Hayes Valley shopping and food district.
The hotel is filthy. Our room had empty juice bottles and wrappers underneath the beds, the pillow cases were stained, and there were pistachio kernels left in the sink. Prison showering facilities are cleaner and better appointed. There was barely any hot water, and nowhere to hang towels let alone place any toothbrushes. There was no heating in the room, and our third floor window did not lock.
Location, good price for san fran, no frills hotel - bit of a step up from a hostel. Old hotel that hasn't been done up in years. Good for travellers who are looking to see the most of out of the city and don't spend too much time in their rooms.
The Aida has a lot of history and character. There were no frills but it was clean and nice.
There is no bathroom, shower or bath in the room. There is one shower and bath per wing of the hotel. However, for my needs that was just fine. There was a sink and TV in the room in addition to the bed which was clean and comfortable.
-7th and Market places you near some of the best restaurants and bars. -Lots of international travelers, great way to meet people. -Close to MUNI, BART, and a taxi base near the Westfield mall. You'll appreciate taxis. -turn of the century atmosphere. -price, if your the type who likes to blindly explore a city or make strategic path through it, this is a great base.
-No on site parking garage. -Toilet is of the industrial variety found in public restrooms. -Mildew around the tub. -Spotted a cockroach in lobby. -very inconvenient turn of the century elevator. -if your the type that stays at tje hotel like recluse, do not go to this hotel.
- The accomodation with private bathroom was pretty ok for our 2 day stay. Clean room, linens and towels, 24 hour reception and convenient location. - The location may not be the best in San Francisco, but it's way far from the horror movie scenario I saw in some reviews here at Booking. If you come from a big and busy city you might be used to some homeless people begging and hanging around -- and that's just it. There are many big hotel chains some blocks from here -- Hilton, Marriott etc. -- and I doubt these same people who complained about the Aida neighborhood wouldn't stay at these hotels just because of the location.
- The shower is a complete joke. The temperature keeps changing -- if you feel good about saving the planet you should be alright with the 2 minute shower. - Rooms don't have AC, which is probably alright during colder months.
The room is really clean and the shared bathroom and toilet are clean for most of the time. The staff are mainly rather old but are really nice. The location is ideal for taking any kind of public transportation.
There are many homeless people hanging around and cursing loudly all day. You have to avoid walking alone at night. The wifi in room is really slow.
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