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615 Taylor Street, Union Square, San Francisco, CA 94102, United States of America – Show map
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Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Town and Country Market, Walgreen (0 miles)
Trader Joe's (1 miles)
Honey Honey, Royoko, (0 miles)
Redwood Bar, Owl Tree (0 miles)
Pacefic ocean (5 miles)
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Any additional children or adults are charged USD 25 per person per night when using existing beds.
Extra beds are not available.
Cribs are not available.
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.
Based on 143 reviews
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This hotel is in San Francisco’s Theatre District, across from the Curran and ACT Theaters. Shopping at vibrant Union Square is just a 2-minute walk away. A 24-hour front desk is available.
Score from 1488 reviews Review score
Located less than a 2 minute walk from Union Square, this family-owned San Francisco hotel features free Wi-Fi and an on-site local deli. Cable car services are a 6 minute walk away.
Score from 1309 reviews Good
This downtown San Francisco hotel is near many of the city's top attractions and provides comfortable accommodations in a completely smoke-free environment.
Score from 589 reviews Review score
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 3106 reviews Good
didn't like smell of room/uncomfortable bed
roof over head under 120 nite
small bed for two people, very very old, no cleaning room for 5 days stay, dripping tap, terrible elevator......
location near union square
a bit roots although the minimum comfort is there and staff is nice.
the location close to city center and the price
Very old and in desperate need of a refurbishment. Not worth the money
Some elements of the room were not clean.
The mattress was excellent.
Everything. It was filthy and foul smelling. Over all it was frightening.
Not clean, loud toilet, very poorly equipped.
Room smelt stale Room was very dated and simple
Location is great. Free wifi Guy at reception was friendly and helpful Not a bad price seeing the good location
really old n smell so bad
it is near downtown and very cheap.
The room was as it was cheep in San Francisco. Building was quite old and no hair dryer. Elevator was not so convinient.
Location was nearby to union square which was easy to access lots of places.
Lots of Noise at night. Big Blue Neon sign outside window illuminating my room. Smell in room even though none smoking room, not sure if smoking is the origin of the odor. Mattress on bed very cheap can feel the springs.
budget wise looks attractive.
Service Not well maintained
Its disadvantages: 1) no daily housekeeping2) I am not certain that the bedspread and blanket were changed between guests, though I did not find any soil--I'm just not sure, and it's important to me that these things are dealt with; 3) I saw a few flying critters; 4) bathtub, though clean, is stained -- old paint? 5) Room faced the street, but was dim--window needed cleaning. 6) One must ring a buzzer to be let in, and there's a step up that should be marked in red -- easy to trip; 6) Taylor, as one walks toward Market, is a dumpy street--resembles skid row; 7) long walk to Market, and long to movies, and long to opera. 8) I could find only a single outlet. As a result, the lamp (needed beside bed) sits across the room from the bed. Unless I wanted to get out of bed to turn on lamp or overhead light, I had to use my own flashlight to check my watch to keep track of the time. 9) Can't print boarding pass. 10) Steep hill, particularly from Geary to Post. Would prefer a hotel closer to Market Street.11) The severe water shortage (not the hotel's fault) kept me from indulging in one of my favorite pastimes--soaking in a hot bath. To cooperate, I ran the tub to hip level, and limited myself to one bath per day.
There are some advantages to this little no frills "Mom and Pop" Hotel, that is located at the intersection of Taylor and Post. 1) its price (the reason for which I selected it); 2) nice tv; 3) very quiet--I barely knew that anyone else was there; 3) microwave; 4) refrigerator; 5) blackout curtain; 6) basic soap, shampoo, towels, wash cloths; 7) very comfortable mattress; 8) in-room Wi-Fi; 9) a ceiling fan, and the room temp is comfortable; 10) Sufficient bedding for this season.For someone interested in saving money, this could be the place.
Rooms were damp Not clean Restrooms were in bad condition Elevator was not working No help to carry our baggage Lights were not enough The room was dark No telephone in room
Tiny room, no amenities, funny smell, loud
The lights-havinf to climb on the bed to switch the fans/lights on and off were inconvenient.
The location and staff were very good
Little warm in room window didn't open up
We paid for standard room about USD200.00 per night but the quality of room about USD20.00. Please believe me and do not stay here.
Dark and depressing; no frills whatsoever; room had weird smell and I heard another guest complain about the same. No AC so I had to leave the window open - very loud all night. No housekeeping unless you pay extra.
There's an Avis car rent shop nearby, very convenient for car-rent visitors
Room was not cleaned TV was out of order
The room is nice but a little bit dark
This is a Good hotel to stay, has the essential for a nice stay. And has a nice location.
No service every day, the room is small, the price is high. It is said there is a sitting area in the room, I couldn't find it. Only one chair in the room. No place to hung the clothes.
The location is ok.
The entire hotel seems to be a converted student residence from the 1920's - tiny rooms, really really sketchy bathrooms, an antique elevator. The first impression is of a slum, especially considering the beautiful hotels just around the corner e.g. the Hilton. The hotel is right outside the Tenderloin district, so you see a lot of scary people as soon as you walk a few blocks . Parking's a pain in this area, there's a valet parking at the back of the building but it's not associated to the hotel, they don't let you park overnight and they're super expensive. Go to one of the parkings across the street and tell them you're with this hotel, you'll get a discounted price.
Location - you're in the middle of San Francisco. Price is great compared to the neighbouring hotels - note SF is in general expensive, they have probably the highest hotel tax we've seen around.
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