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1087 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States of America – Show map
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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 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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This hotel is across from the Curren Theater, 1 block from the shopping at Union Square. It has concierge services and a 24-hour front desk.
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Located in the trendy Marina District of San Francisco, this hotel offers free parking and free Wi-Fi. Fisherman's Wharf is less than 2 miles away.
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Located in the historic Marina District and less than 7 minutes from Fisherman’s Wharf, this elegant San Francisco hotel features a daily continental breakfast. Free Wi-Fi is available.
Score from 1059 reviews Good
Less than a mile from Route 101 and just 2 blocks from the Great American Music Hall, this motel features free Wi-Fi in all rooms and free parking.
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Convenient downtown location close to subway and excellent value. Good free wifi. Doughnuts and coffee for breakfast. Bed was comfortable.
Very old unrenovated hotel on noisy busy street. Poor TV reception. Some rooms have common shared bathrooms.
loved the convenient location, coming from SF Airport by BART and arriving almost @ the door of the Aida.
Location on Market Street
Very old; needs a lot of updating. Windows have no safety locks. Early checkout. Bedsheets looked older than myself. You have to leave your room key with the front desk every time you leave. They will stop you and force you to give them the key before exiting. I have never been to a hotel that did this and hope I never will. I would have not even thought of booking my room here if I had known prior. Save your money on this place.
This place was the most disgusting place I've ever stayed. The towels they provided had brown and red stains and weren't even clean but used.
Staff very friendly
Its one of most budget hotel in sfo beside Pontiac hostel. Staff service ok.
I cancel the rest of stay after first night check in. 1. Everytime go out need give key to reception. Troublesome. 2. My friend come fetch me for goin dinner not even allow come up see me for awhile. Ridiculous! 3.its so old, abit creepy. 4. Shower room light goes off itself as switch are automatically adjusted for certain minutes, mayb to limit the light/water usage. I was shocked thought it was haunted. 5. Location full of homeless, i dont really mind!
The night staff
This place was horrible. We reserved a king sized bed with a bathroom. We received a dirty disgusting single bed. The bathrooms were communal, there was dit and grime everywhere and it was in a terrible place in San Francisco. We feel lied to. And they would not give us a full refund. We weren't there even 20 mins. Stay away from this hotel. You might get lice. Very unhappy with this location.
Cheap Cheap Cheap we had a big window and smoking room as we requested
our window was to a hallway with trash in it,
The staff was super friendly and helpful
The hotel doesn't seem to have renovated in the past 50 years and hasn't been maintained much either. Most of the machines were out of order; the upholstery was very old and kind of dirty looking, the room we stayed in was alright but was one of those without a private bathroom... Very annoying and the shared bathroom was as basic as it gets. Didn't even have a sink to wash your hands or soap for that matter. Only an option if you have ran out of options. Even then you better be prepared for the state of affairs...
Close to union square and public transport and the staff were friendly.
The hotel is located practically in a homeless getto. The hotel itself was bearable.....just. If your looking for cheap accommodation in San fran and fearing for ur life during a late night stroll doesn't bother u then this is the place to stay
Cheap, basic, clean - just what we wanted. As another reviewer wrote; "the dilapidated charm". That is very true, and we enjoyed the sense of stepping into a movie with a run-down and authentic feel to it :). Reception was super friendly and the hotel had all we needed for a place to basically sleep. We had a room without bathroom, and the no-frills shower and toilet in the hallway were easy to access and very clean. Our room was up high and quiet.
No breakfast - but we knew there would be no breakfast so it was not a surprise to us. Too bad we never got to taste the donuts they offered :)
I liked that I could book with them last minute. I suggest staying for only a few nights & only to sleep. Otherwise go out and explore the city! Receptionists were friendly and 24/7 at the front desk.
Didn't really like how the sinks in the rooms had to be held on the whole time to be used. It's an ancient hotel so nothing is really modern and sort of smells but I hardly stayed in the room.
No desk in room but no problem getting desk in lobby.
- The staff were very nice - My room had a nice view
- homeless people everywhere, including the doorway of the hotel - crazy people screaming all night; others screaming at them to shut up - the lobby smelled like feces when I arrived - the front desk is glassed in (for safety?) - you have to ask them to start the elevator for you but there's nothing stopping anyone from going up the stairs - they want you to leave your key whenever you go out but they don't ask you for ID when they return it to you - the sink has two spring-loaded taps so you can only wash one hand at a time (while the other gets soap all over the tap) - it was pretty clean when I arrived except for a few hairs and two stains on the shower curtain and inside the medicine cabinet - I went straight up to my room to call a different hotel but found out that the phones in the room don't actually work. You have to use a payphone on the third floor
It was downtown
...but there are a lot of crazy people just north of here and west of market street. Was not dangerous, just lots of crazy people.
The retro atmosphere, the wonderful Juke Box collection in the lobby and the central location with trams and bussed just outside the front doors.
With no air-conditioning in our room we had to have the window open, that meant inevitable police sirens through the night,
Greasy stains on bed linen, everything is old, smells of dust and mould, unfriendly stuff, expensive for such a place, not a very safe area. What else should I add - just skip it, no one should really stay in these conditions, soooo bad
very poor quality
The whole feel of the interior. The different guests. The dilapidated charm. The helpfulness if the small staff. The attention that housekeeping paid to the room. The price/ value ratio!
That section of Market street is run down. It 's several blocks to a decent bar or restaurant. But that's less than ten minutes' walk.
Shared toilets and showers dirty. Generally grubby.
Excellent location and helpful staff.
I found the staff to be friendly and the lobby charming albeit antiquated. The rooms are basic, but that was fine. I had a late flight into SFO, so I was really looking for a place to rest my head.
The location, while convenient to downtown, is a bit unsafe. Walk quickly past the myriad of homeless people. The big reason why my review is poor is the state of the restrooms. The shared shower, while tiny, was clean. The bathroom was a horrid state; I waited until I checked out to find one to use.
We had no idea how rough the area we were staying was. The staff were so lovely and it wasn't their fault but the hotel wasn't great and I wouldn't stay there again.
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