With a stay at Oasis Inn in San Francisco (Civic Center), you'll be minutes from California State Building and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. This hotel is close to Union Square and Lombard Street.
Make yourself at home in one of the 59 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy recreation amenities such as a spa tub or take in the view from a terrace. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, a television in the lobby, and tour/ticket assistance.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include luggage storage, a safe deposit box at the front desk, and an elevator (lift). Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Room, linens, and mattress were clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. The gated parking area below the lobby made me feel more secure about leaving my vehicle overnight. The location was a short Uber ride from AT&T Park. It was a great spot to crash after a baseball game. I would stay again.
The bed was definitely not luxurious or comfortable, but it served its' purpose. The inn is old, and could use some updating, but my room wasn't in disrepair.
Well located, but wish I would have spent the extra $40 to stay at the Motel 6 nearby.
The shower was moldy and the beds uncomfortable.
I know it's in SF but $150 a night is not worth it for this dump
Great location in the heart of San Francisco. Easy to locate and great walking distance to major bus stops. Saved a lot of money.
Nearby sketchy neighborhood. Room had a huge water spot in the ceiling with wall and ceiling paint and debris coming off.
We weren't informed that our room was flooded and that we had to go to another hotel which was very ghetto.
If you're looking looking for a relatively cheap (by SF standards) place to stay, the Oasis is a good choice. We found it clean, the beds were comfortable, and it had showers with ridiculously high flow shower heads that are true delight (if not highly against code!) - we're talking a gallon a second if you want it! It's located in a nondescript neighborhood that is relatively safe after dark - most cheaper rooms than this will put you in neighborhoods you do want to stay in. It's not really near anything of interest except the Civic Center area, but it's pretty easy to get anywhere by taxi or mass transit. There is a Burger King, a sushi joint of untested quality, a Wallgreen's, and a hooch and general vice store within 100 yards - so all your base needs are met.
The place is old and run down. Very tired. Like you walk up to the front door and the automatic door is broken, so you have to slide the front door open by hand. But, past the front desk you walk into a tiny little courtyard with tables and chairs - and it does feel like your own little, relaxed and spartan sanctuary within the bustle of SF. So if you've got an open mind and half an ounce of adventure the place does have a certain charm. Think of all you can do with the $300/night you'll be saving versus a better, but nothing to write home about room you'd get elsewhere.
Liked the price, the location was pretty good and a bus stop close by.
A little out dated and could be cleaned better, attention to detail is not the hotels specialty.
The location was centrally located and safe. I liked that they have free parking. Huge plus! Awesome water pressure.
The hotel is dated. The door in the bathroom was swollen. Hard to shut. We didn't have fitted sheets. But again, for the price and location, it does the job.
-good location, its in the city itself -relatively cheap -the best part about this hotel is the FREE INDOOR PARKING, it is hard to find parking in SF, so it is a great place to leave your car in the parking lot and take public transportation or walk around. You can ask the front desk to close the gate for the parking lot at night, so nobody breaks into your car. -did not see any bed bugs -relatively quiet at night, it was March though -family friendly and secure for the most part -rooms are a bit outdated, but clean for the most part, you get what you paid for
-rooms are a bit outdated, but not a big deal for me -not really the hotel's problem, but SF has a homeless problem....its very apparent about 2 blocks away from the hotel.