Value for money
Distance to city center
|"Staff is friendly and knowledgeable"||(in 72 reviews)|
|"Great location and friendly staff."||(in 108 reviews)|
|"Incredible value for San Francisco."||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Old room, dated furnishing, Motel accomodation"||(in 70 reviews)|
|"Old worn out building."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"No microwave A bit old"||(in 10 reviews)|
|location with parking||in 274 reviews|
|poor room||in 205 reviews|
|maker in room||in 167 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 148 reviews|
|continental breakfast||in 131 reviews|
|parking is very expensive||in 110 reviews|
|coffee and juice||in 57 reviews|
|good price||in 46 reviews|
|san francisco||in 40 reviews|
|fishermans wharf||in 33 reviews|
|easy walk||in 31 reviews|
|bit dated||in 30 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 14 reviews|
|union street||in 13 reviews|
|public transport||in 11 reviews|
|needs updating||in 10 reviews|
|hot air||in 5 reviews|
|pastries muffins||in 2 reviews|
Older motel, but free parking
We stayed there three nights. We parked our car the first day I didn’t use it again. That was a great plus. It is close to several of the Muni lines and we found it easy to get around. Although the Motel is old they keep it reasonably clean. The continental breakfast consists of a roll and coffee or juice.
Room was crowded by furniture. Tight space. Otherwise excellent.
Look no further for false advertising and cold sho
Location was central to SF
Do you want shoddy construction or cold showers? Look no further. Very old musty smell almost everywhere. The places that weren't, actually smelled like a used diaper- no exaggeration. The lid to the toilet tank was not even the same size as the toilet bowl leaving it to be half balanced and look incredibly sloppy. Have you ever heard the expression, "you can't fit a square peg in a round hole?" The builders of this place sure hadn't. The toilet seat was also a good deal longer than the actual toilet leaving a massive overhang. Floppy dong- say hi to the yellow brown tiles! The grout and sealant of the seams of the bath fitters-esque renovation of the shower was grotesquely unprofessional. There were visible nail heads protruding from the white substance. But wait- there's more! The shower never even reached a warm temperature. All three nights we stayed here the water never became warm.. It was not user error.. The sinks or any water source never became more than barely room temperature. There was one morning it seemed a bit warmer, but it could have been hallucinations from diaper fumes. Tanks tapped out at 7-8 AM and still again at 9-10 at night?... fantastic. Three days of cold, prison style showers... It was actually festive since we planned on going to Alcatraz while we visited the bay area. There was a black smoke like stain above the headboard of the creeky bed as well. No doubt some poor soul who occupied the room prior couldn't take another ice shower, the diaper smell, or the nails in the bathroom grout and left gun residue on the wall when he made his final check out to life. Oh! I almost forgot! There were also those black clamp style office clips on the blinds to the front window facing the streets. These were to keep the blinds shut because obviously the ability for the shades to remain shut on their own is a luxury granted to only those willing to pay more than $150 a night for motel, diaper smell, prison showering amenities. San Francisco is a great city though.
Last minute stop before the airport
The staff was friendly.
No air conditioning was a bit rough on a hot day but it cooled off enough by evening to not be an issue.
In the mix
I like the fact that it was located in a great part of town - close to many attractions and very quiet. Plus, right up the street there are plenty of bars that one could choose from (if looking for such things). The staff was extremely helpful, polite, and accommodating. The room was small but we were not looking for a place to lounge as we came to the city to be in it, not to be in the room.
Did not like the dirty shower floor, but mostly due to appearance.
Quaint Hotel within walking distance to great sigh
Got last minute on our way into city when everywhere else was booked. GREAT PRICE. Can't beat the location - within 10 minutes walking to Pier 39 and other great sights. Cannot beat the value
Rooms were somewhat smaller - didn't mind because we only slept and showered there.
Very dated tile in bathroom...carpeting very questionable.
Parking is very expensive in San Francisco and parking is included in this motel!
Rooms a very small but enough.
Free parking and convenient location were real pluses
Location, free parking, kitchenett, good continental breakfast,bus stop on corner, good restaurant's and grocery store in walking distance.
kithchenette could have a toaster and more pots/pans/utensils
Free parking in the middle of San Francisco!!! Great location!!! Clean and comfortable rooms. Very helpful, courteous staff. There isn't much for breakfast, but so what, you are in SF, just go out and enjoy yourselves.
Staff always very helpful and accomodating. Convenient to public transportation (4 bus lines on the corner), always clean and comfortable.
Staff very helpful, well connected, good location.
Small size room (looked bigger in the picture)
Pacific Heights Inn is centrally located in Cow Hollow, Pacific Heights, and Marina Hill district, making all nearby restaurants and attractions within walking distance. SFO International Airport and Metropolitan Oakland International Airport are both 12 miles away from the hotel.
The Pacific Heights Inn features a total of 40 non-smoking guest rooms on two floors. All accommodations are simply furnished and carpeted. Guests can choose between a King Room, Queen Room, or Double Room which all include heating, a comfortable bed, microwave, refrigerator, cable TV, work desk, free toiletries, iron, hairdryer, and free internet access. Daily maid service is provided as well.
Free continental breakfast is served every morning with complimentary newspapers to start the day. Free parking is also available on-site for easy travel.
For dining, guests can take a quick walk to one of the nearby local restaurants such as Roam Artisan Burgers, Harris’ Steakhouse, and La Folie.
Along with the multitude of nearby restaurants, numerous popular attractions are close to the Pacific Heights Inn as well including the Octagon House, George R. Moscone Recreation Center, and Lafayette Park. If having trouble deciding where to go, the hotel’s tour desk staff can assist guests in planning itineraries and providing recommendations on where to go.
With a convenient location, several on-site amenities, and traditional rooms, travelers staying at the Pacific Heights Inn are provided with a comfortable stay and easy access to well-known landmarks. Great for both business and leisure, visitors can enjoy the city’s architecture, scenery, tourist attractions, and neighborhoods.
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Pacific Heights Inn By Magnuson Worldwide is located at 1555 Union Street in Cow Hollow, 0.9 miles from the center of San Francisco. Lombard Street is the closest landmark to Pacific Heights Inn By Magnuson Worldwide.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Pacific Heights Inn By Magnuson Worldwide.
Yes, Pacific Heights Inn By Magnuson Worldwide offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Pacific Heights Inn By Magnuson Worldwide offers free parking.
No, Pacific Heights Inn By Magnuson Worldwide does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Pacific Heights Inn By Magnuson Worldwide is 12.5 miles from San Francisco. Pacific Heights Inn By Magnuson Worldwide is 12.7 miles from Oakland.
No, pets are not allowed at Pacific Heights Inn By Magnuson Worldwide.
No, Pacific Heights Inn By Magnuson Worldwide does not have a pool onsite.