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My Wife and I stayed 4 nights in the LMI at the end of a 5000 mile roadtrip. We picked it due to the price as San Francisco is really expensive, and the free parking. We knew the rooms would be noisy before and very...More
We stayed for just one night and it suited our basic needs. It was close to attractions we wanted to see. We were able to walk back to hotel from Fisherman's Wharf. Bus stop is close to hotel. Beds were moderately comfortable.
This is an older-style hotel on Lombard Street, with its big advantage being free parking. Upon check-in, the staff member who checked us in was surly and borderline rude, however it was quick and efficient.
The rooms themselves were slightly disappointing and a little outdated,...More
The Staff was helpful and friendly. Parking was super convenient. Good location for exploring the city by foot and using public transportation. Room was comfortable and functional. We stayed with kids and it worked well. Hotel security was reassuring.
Decided to not splash out on SF accommodation as knew we’d be goosed from flight and wouldn’t be spending much time looking round the room. Booked direct thru hotel website, requested and received top floor room overlooking Lombard St, parked in free underground garage, checked...More
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Beautiful homes, beautiful people, and a beautiful backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge welcome visitors to the Marina. Originally the location for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915 (whose remnants can be seen at the Palace of Fine Arts), much of the land was filled and flattened to accommodate a world’s fair. That ample space has given way to a jogger’s paradise at the northern edge of the city.
With the picturesque bay setting as its backdrop, it’s no surprise that the area has hosted numerous movie productions. Daytime activities focus on café culture and boutique shopping, while the evenings turn this neighbourhood into a party-going hotspot.