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162 Taylor Street, Tenderloin, San Francisco, CA 94102 – Show map
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Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! Up to two children or adults stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Extra beds are not available.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Situated next to the the Moscone Convention Center, this downtown San Francisco hotel offers luxurious rooms with a flat-screen TV. Facilities include an indoor pool, a gym, and a hot tub.
Score from 1312 reviews Very good
The 7th Street & Market Street subway station is just steps from this downtown San Francisco hotel. A 24-hour front desk with tour services is available at the Aida Plaza Hotel.
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Around the corner from area attractions, including the Moscone Convention Center, and easily accessible from Chinatown, this hotel is centered in the heart of the city and offers comfortable...
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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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clean comfortable nice staff
location in a not so nice area loud neighborhood loud guests in the hotel
Staff was very nice,the room was very clean, the hotel ist good situeted close to Market str. very good transpotration to most important places in San Francisco.
In the street are many homeless. It was horrible for us.
free supply of tea, hot water and coffee.
the surrounding environment looks unsafe. TV not work.
WIFI, price, clean and secure
Homeless people outside urinating against the building, playing loud music all through the night, shouting, asking for money when you leave. If your room is street side, prepare for no sleep whatsoever.
Close to city
Area run down with lots of strange people hanging around outside. Door operated with an entryphone buzzer - which the staff sometimes taking several minutes to open - meaning there was plenty of time for the (probably harmless, but nonetheless unnerving) people outside to bother you. "Deluxe" room was far from deluxe - and window was on to ventilation shaft.
the location was not good for family.
It is by far the worst American hotel I have ever experienced. In terms of value for money it is the worst hotel world wide, and I am quite experienced in cheap hotels in four continents. The corridor is dirty and stinks of pee. The walls are so thin and other visitors were loud so my nights were awful. In the entrance you have to ring the bell and wait, and sometimes the receptionist is unavailable so you have to wait outside for a while with the homeless people. The Wifi is working only near the reception. And I paid $150 for a room with a private bathroom - so I don't want to even imagine the experience of guests who had shared bathrooms.
Staff are nice, including the house keeping lady.
The location is very bad.I would not recommend it for families. You always have to wait outside until they open the door for you. Always strong smell of cigarette smoke in the hall-way. Broken window screen. Lot of noise. Harassed by people at the door and in that street.
Wifi worked well and room was relatively spacious.
Old matrass, the homeless upfront the entrance were completely harmless but we wouldn't park near the hotel. The Tenderloin got it's name from the fact that police men who worked there were paid more and could afford a better steak, but this place is just a few blocks from union square. It's a trade off to be made with lodging so expensive in SF...
Location, 3 mins away from the Market street by walk. Rooms are not bad.
The environment is totally crazy, drug addicts, sick people, people that need to stay in an institution. We had trouble several times entering the hotel cause people were doing drugs right on its front door. Yet I think these people look more scary than they really are, so if you can bear with a situation like this, you should stay in the hotel because it's good if you take the environment out of the story.
Dirty place, too expensive
The tenders are really kind and will help you and take care of what they can help with. The hotel is a safe place. The price is cheap. Your are at one block from the Hilton Union Square... You can not be more "into" SF.
The 50 meters of the streed in front of the hotel are full of homeless and junks. There are not aggressive at all but... it is still an experience!
Everything worst hotel ever
Almost each times I passed through the door I had to ask junkies, homeless with dogs or dealers to let me in our out. I did not have a problem but it really is an unsafe place.
Within downtown San Francisco, very near landmarks.
Lots of homeless people at the street at night and even at early morning. Felt like somebody would just mug me or hold me at gunpoint. Scary. And the 2 flights of stairs. Left me breathless. Breakfast should have included bread or biscuits.
Nice room for the price and close to the event
Not much air flow in room and located on a bad side of town
1. The hotel is one storey above the ground level and there is NO elevator to it. I had to carry a 50 pound suitcase by myself. ELEVATOR is a BASIC facility in current times and booking.com should highlight if there is NONE. When I asked the front-desk about it, the reply was he preferred to have an elevator for himself as well :-( 2. There is no air conditioning in the premises. When I enquired about it, the reply was you don't need one in San Francisco :-( because of this I had to keep a window half-open. 3. The location of the hotel (tenderloin district) needs to be considered if you are choosing this hotel. 4. The Wi-Fi is powered by a wireless AP (home grade device) and doesn't reach all corners of the hotel. It kept going up and down during my stay. 5. Based on the above factors, I don't think this asking price for a room is fair; it can be cheaper.
Amenities, room size, clean
Smelly. Homeless , drug dealers, drunk people awalys stand in front of the hotel door all the time. I dont feel safe when I stay at this hotel.
The room is clean
The hotel is in a very bad location and the staff sometimes no available 24 hours. Really bad location!!!!
Staff is good.
Hotel is in dangerous street.
NOTHING. WAS THE WORST HOTEL EVER.
Let's be honest: if you can afford one 160$/night hotel, you shouldn't go to this hostel. I went because it's cheap and I wasn't disappointed. It's in the normal standard of city cheap places. Location is good, pretty close to everything. The free tea and coffee all day long were good. TIP: I think it's worth to pay a little extra to have your own bathroom, mine was clean.
Honestly: don't bring your girlfriend here! Romanticism is out of the question. Comfort and space are minimal also. The bed was not so good, soft matress, and it is impossible not to wonder how much they cleaned the sheets, but it was ok, no bugs or anything. The homeless people at the entrance look scary at the beginning, but after a while (I spent three nights there) you realize they are totally harmless, and they are all around the downtown anyways.
I love them they are all great. location is bad but mostly late at night
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