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Shows, Travel, Business or Pleasure this is the place. Sleep Over Sauce is a unique, 9 room, boutique inn located in San Francisco’s #1 shopping and entertainment hub, Hayes Valley. We are located in the center of the city. With the shopping in Hayes Valley, the shows and events in the...
All reviewscommon roomgreat roomrestaurant downstairsno elevatorother guestsdetached bathroomperforming artshaight ashburyguest houselarge tvprivate bathbed and breakfastcity noisecomplimentary breakfastan older buildingtop floora great place to stay
A good all round place to stay. Location good as about 30 min walk to city centre and lots of local restaurants.
Great to have a separate lounge area with drinks and breakfast things.
Comfortable beds and good shower.
Quite noisy in our room with...More
A lovely room above the restaurant; 24-hour breakfast in a great common space. Even on a friday night when we could hear some sound from the restaurant it wasn't 'noise' and didn't disturb us. All the staff from welcome to the housekeepers were very kind...More
Sleep Over Sauce isn't the typical hotel experience, but the location in Hayes Valley makes it a good little find.
There were some issues checking in - we had paid in full through a third party site, but SOS's manager wanted to charge us again....More
There were 4 adult women sharing what was called the Bridge Suite. It was perfect for what we needed...
Please remember this is not an ordinary hotel with a typical front desk. The rooms are over a restaurant/bar named Sauce. The Great Room offers a...More
This "urban guest house" is just perfection for your San Francisco stay. Situated on top of restaurant "Sauce", it made our tiresome return to our room a complete joy. The neighborhood is fully safe, near just about everything in Downtown (we walked a heck of...More
Chock full of designer boutiques, art galleries, funky shoe stores, and great restaurants, it’s hard to imagine Hayes Valley once languished in the shadow of a major freeway. Its removal allowed for the creation of an attractive boulevard on Octavia Street with a community park at its center and dozens of trendy businesses to satisfy visitors looking for a stylish respite.