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As other people have posted, yes, the rooms are small. But you're in an older building in a major metro area, so to be expected. No different than NYC, Rome, London, etc. The building is nicely decorated and clean. The location is perfect, close to...More
I needed a place to crash prior to an SF Superior court appearance, and this worked great. Breakfast included yogurt, granola, a few cereal options, fruit, and numerous pastries. Warning about the Internet: only a low bandwidth version is free, so budget another $10 per...More
A warm welcome at the first location during our road trip around California and Nevada. Very friendly and helpful staff, hotel that is full of character and history - elevator reminded us of the tower of terror. Decent sized, light and comfortable rooms with pretty...More
This was our first stay at this resort and we stayed there for three nights in a Concerto 1BR unit. We rented the unit from an owner.
The location was very convenient for what we wanted to do in The City. It is located very...More
I like the artsy vibe at the Inn at the Opera. The hotel does a nice job leveraging its location next to the San Francisco Opera. Classical music plays softly in the charming, old school elevator. The lobby is genteel. The rooms are ok, albeit...More
US$178 - US$494 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.
I'm sure they would let you pay for your guest's breakfast. It's based on honor system. People just go to breakfast from their rooms. I'm sure the hotel won't know how many people in your party since there is no checking... More
I'm sure they would let you pay for your guest's breakfast. It's based on honor system. People just go to breakfast from their rooms. I'm sure the hotel won't know how many people in your party since there is no checking at breakfast. That said, I would be honest and frank with the front desk and ask them about purchasing breakfast for a non-guest.
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We spent ten nights in the area and rode the public transport everywhere. It's only a few blocks walk to catch the bus. I also rode the public bus in the evening on my own in the area and never felt unsafe. Didn't use... More
We spent ten nights in the area and rode the public transport everywhere. It's only a few blocks walk to catch the bus. I also rode the public bus in the evening on my own in the area and never felt unsafe. Didn't use Uber or taxis.
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"It was a time-share exchange of a studio room. If you offer a one bedroom, your room may be larger."