|Distance to city center||1.9 mi|
|bad smell||in 7 reviews|
|castro||in 26 reviews|
|close to the hospital||in 2 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 99 reviews|
|great location||in 232 reviews|
|hotel was clean||in 8 reviews|
|public transportation||in 6 reviews|
|san francisco||in 22 reviews|
|shared bathrooms||in 99 reviews|
|small room||in 165 reviews|
|train stop||in 12 reviews|
|twin peaks||in 8 reviews|
|walgreens right||in 8 reviews|
Not the The Ritz nor Motel 6 for that matter
Location was great! Public transportation excellent and minutes to get too. clean room ( old place but doesn't smell like it)
Street is Noisy all but a few Hours in the early AM 2-5!
The windown inmy room was broken and didn't open/close well
Fely more like i was staying in dormitories rather than a hotel. I wish i had that knowledge beforehand.
Quaint felt like i waa stepping back in time accomodations wise. Location is great walking distance to dolores park and groceries and nightlife.
Comfortable, quiet, great location
The location in the Castro district. Clean bathrooms Daily room cleaning Quiet Comfortable
Nothing. Hope to stay here again.
Freezing cold. The windows were constantly opened even though it was 30 degrees some nights
Amazing location- close to great restaurants and transportation.
Its in a decent enough neighborhood close to all sorts of stuff.
If you're looking at this place because of its location, I suggest looking farther afield and using San Francisco's mass transit. If your time is worth enough that mass transit isn't an option, you're probably wealthy enough to look elsewhere. If you're looking at this place because of the price, you get what you pay for. Particularly when it comes to shared bathrooms, wifi slower than 4G, and, if you're there during a heat wave like me, a distinct lack of air conditioning. So, is this place worth your money? A better question might be, is anything in San Francisco?
Fine and comfortable.
Good location. Kind people. Wifi. No bedbugs. Reasonable price.
Toilet and bathroom is shared. No elevators. Kinda old. A little bit noisy when you open the windows.
There was nowhere in the hotel or room description that said there was shared toilets and showers.
Based on 883 reviews
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|San Francisco||10.4 mi|
|San Francisco (Civic Center), California||1.3 mi|
|San Francisco (Conv Ctr), California||1.9 mi|