|Distance to city center||1.2 mi|
|Nearest Airport||San Francisco|
|Distance to airport||10.8 mi|
Had a great common area with a fireplace and a good basic breakfast. Overall a great place! Rooms are the perfect size and clean and bathroom I had was large.
If you're a light sleeper, DO NOT stay here. Street is extremely busy most of the time, windows/walls didn't block any sound. It was also a little odd that the bartender/bar was also the front desk so if you needed something you had to call the bar.
That there was a bar right below us. I really liked to free breakfast and the staff was very nice!
There was nothing that I disliked :)
Perfect weekend getaway
Loved the eclectic feeling of this hotel! The staff was super friendly and helpful. There is a big common space/ living room and 24 hour open snacks that gave us the comfort of being at home. The room was clean and comfortable and felt private. The restaurant below is open late with great food and drinks, the perfect place to come back to after long days roaming the city.
Few cities in the world have captured the imagination of visitors like San Francisco. Whether it was the gold rush in the 19th century or immigrants in the 20th century to tech entrepreneurs in the 21st, San Francisco is a small tract of land that has always been big on ideas. To see the American dream, one must see San Francisco, this city has amazing diversity of culture, cuisine, and ideas. When you stay at Sleep Over Sauce, you are staying in one of the great cauldrons of San Francisco’s creativity, the Hayes Valley. Sleep Over Sauce is as unique as it sounds. This boutique hotel is only 9 rooms large, so the demand for it is extensive. However, its quaintness is also an advantage, plan out your vacation by checking the hotel’s availability. Once you book the hotel, you’ll be amazed how close it is to the iconic Castro District. You can walk to The Castro and get the flavor of one of America’s great civil rights projects and communities. Nearby is the Haight-Ashbury District along with Golden Gate Park. A trolley ride brings you to the east side of the city to see some of the post-card sites that everyone knows like the Transamerica building and Chinatown. Dining in San Francisco is a journey for all palettes. With a hodgepodge of different cultures, you can get authentic Chinese food in Chinatown and some of the best ramen in the western hemisphere when you visit Japantown. Staying at Sleep Over Sauce is a unique way to experience one of America’s unique cities, book your stay today.
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|San Francisco||10.8 mi|
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