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1087 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States of America – Show map
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|Double Room with Two Double Beds and Shared Bathroom|
|Standard Room with One Double Bed|
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Aida Plaza Hotel's staff speaks: Chinese, Filipino, English
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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 30 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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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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This central San Francisco hotel is just a 2 minute walk from Union Square. It features an on-site restaurant and offers Victorian-style guest rooms with a minibar and cable TV.
Score from 3029 reviews Good
Located in San Francisco, California, this hotel is a 10-minute walk from Chinatown and a short drive from Fisherman’s Wharf. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi access.
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Just 1 mile from Union Square, this San Francisco hotel has spacious rooms with a cable TV and free internet access. It serves a daily continental breakfast.
Score from 1040 reviews Good
A few blocks from San Francisco's popular Union Square, this boutique hotel offers charming guestrooms along with many thoughtful amenities, including on-site parking and provides easy access to major...
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Cheap price and good location, kind staff,clean room and comfortable bed.
The tv had no remote control
This is a functional if slightly dated hotel. It does what it says on the tin; it is safe and in a great location for the price.
Staff are friendly.
The staff behind the front desk & even the cleaning service were so kind & attentive!
Price (esp with Booking.com discount rate). Location - even tho on edge of Tenderloin, was within walking distance of my activities in Theater/Union Square area and the Amtrak bus stop ("Shopping Center"). Friendly, helpful staff. Lobby decor - love the antique juke boxes! All day lobby coffee
Room a bit hot/stuffy, open window helped. Some of behavior of the "street people" on that section of Market Street.
Convenient for public transport especially the BART plus bus/streetcar stops outside. About 5 mins walk to cable car terminus at Powell Street. Inexpensive and I thought it was very good value.
I had no problems with the area but there were lots of people living on the street which some visitors might find worrying.
Relation between price and benefit
Very loudly during the nigth , the Market ST definitely is not a nice place to stay in San Francisco.
The staff was pleasant & the place is cute.
There were 2 homeless & drunk people that burst into the lobby & were threatening each other. A very scary situation. The reception people called the police. The rooms were dirty. I don't think anyone ever cleaned the bathroom or vacuumed the room during our stay. The beds got made daily but never changed. The location was in the middle of what looked like scidrow. There was a lot of homeless people in a tent city every night. Very scary to walk around before 9am & after 4pm. There was no parking so they tell you to park in the lot that is 4 blocks away of which you walk thru the homeless area & you get a ticket on your car if you park there past 6 am without paying for another 12 hours.
Shared bathroom Homeless people in the street
Cheap, friendly staff, easy to reach the Westfield and Moscone centre
The area or road is really dodgy at night. I was a lone female coming back late from events, the door is locked to keep out unwanted types. I felt scared coming back with the hobo's on the streets and waiting outside.
The shower was horrendous. Not properly warmed.
There is the option for booking a room with private bathroom, which is what we did. Also, they have no place for parking, but were helpful in guiding us to a parking lot one block down.
- Organized and helpful staff, friendly as long as no extra questions were asked - Clean bathrooms - Wi-fi both in rooms and lobby. Not the fastest but ok.
- The hotel gives an impression of being quite run-down - Paper thin walls. Make sure to bring earplugs - In the choice of going for a budget hotel or an upscale hostel, I'd investigate options for for the latter
I enjoyed the location even though it can be a bit scary. If you need a place just to sleep in, then this is where you crash then go for it.
Closest parking is a couple blocks away bit it's SF. Old school hotel, bare bones.
Nice owner , good donuts for breakfast, rooms have on sink
Could be more toilets and showers on each floor. Cleaniness of the rooms could be a little more improved.
The quick access to the muni and the helpfulness of the desk clerk. The morning doughnuts and all day coffee was good. Probably better choices for sub $100 hotel but
The wireless was problematic to connect and very slow in operation, The elevator was ancient and noisy, The tv was an old style pre flat screen set with limited stations. Toilet was basic but water was hot and with good pressure. Scary walking back after dark, with many dodgy people, homeless, mentally unstable on the streets at night. I had no problems but never felt secure.
while it was located in Market street which is famous for homeless people and dirty street, it was really near to everything. 5-15min walking to the main squares, best shopping centers, cafe shops, public transportation and convenient markets. friendly staff. But It worths to its price (215 $ for 3 nights for a room with private bathroom) and convenient and comfortable for a short time stay.
ok it was old and not not luxurious and not bright and not veryyy clean. but the sheets, towels, tissue and shampoos changes every day and clean.
The location was very convenient to the workshop I was attending. The bed was very clean as was the restroom and shower.
I did not like not having a shower in my own room but I knew what I was getting for the price.
Proximity to bill graham,metreon,union square. Free donuts(grab alot). Nice room.no wait for bsthroom. We would go back again. Its safe
Volume button on tv broke. Hard to find parking. Coffee gross. Didnt like turning in key all the time but oh well.
staff very friendly. Coffee, tea and donuts were provided even if it was not mentioned in the booking.I could leave the luggage there until late afternoon and they handled it with care. was a very good choice.
Free Wifi available in complete hotel Close to the city center
has seen better times dodgy area
price staff location
bathroom should be cleaned more often.
lobby is cool
breakfast is a plastic box with donuts. sheets had a stain
I liked that there was a bathroom included in the room and that the room, although small, it was functional.
I did not like that I was rushed out to be checked out, that the bathroom was so small, and that some amenities were not up to date.
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