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All reviewsunion squareprovide ear plugsrooms are cleanfree wifihomeless peoplestreet noisebasic hotelnoisy at nightwould stay here againbottled waterheart of san franciscotenderloinprivate bathroomcouple of nightscentral locationcomfy bedlarger room
I stayed at this hotel for one night. It was just me.
The hotel is located downtown, close to Union Square. There is a lot of restaurants, shops and bars in the neighborhood.
The checkin was really fast - less the 2 min. I have...More
Stayed here as a family. We were happy with our stay. Rooms are on the small side, but that is to be expected in a city centre. It is noisy outside, but again, expected, and ear plugs are provided. Staff were helpful, breakfast was great,...More
Checked in around 4pm, 7th Jan 2018 and terrible first impression. Finally acknowledge at front desk and then took over 1 minute to buzz in. Rude, slow and dismissive throughout check-in, barely looked up. I then had to open door for husband who followed with...More
We stayed at the Touchstone hotel for one night. Annnd that was plenty. The rooms were very small, cramped, dirty and very dated. When you walked in through the door the floor squeaked and the carpet was filthy. Looked like it hadn’t been vacuumed in...More
My son and I had twin beds and private bathroom. It was like a college dorm room only with private bathroom. It was clean and had usual toilet amenities (shampoo, body wash, hair dryer,). The location is great. A couple of blocks from Union Square,...More
Originally home to rallies supporting the Union Army in the Civil War, this grand square has become the city's premier shopping and entertainment district containing the largest number of upscale department stores, chic boutiques, art galleries and theatres in the city. It's a large open area where tourists and locals gather, watch cable cars and crowds go by, enjoy a snack, or plan their day of shopping and
sightseeing, If feeling the pulsating energy of the city is on your agenda, Union Square is the place to soak it in.
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Yes definitely ditch the car. A friend of mine got her car towed and San Fran has the highest fine in the US i was shocked! She had to pay $550 (yes $550!) to get her car out, they don't even offer a payment plan-nothing. No... More
Yes definitely ditch the car. A friend of mine got her car towed and San Fran has the highest fine in the US i was shocked! She had to pay $550 (yes $550!) to get her car out, they don't even offer a payment plan-nothing. No mercy. The signage too was placed lower on the post (knee length, so when passenger opened the car door, the door blocked the sign so thats how she missed it.
Anyways, no car is necessary, BART is highly efficient. Use LYFT/Uber if needed. For me I signed up for Lyft right before my trip (watch out for deals) and got $50 credit split into 10 rides which was VERY useful.
If you need a car for long distance travel to the woods or yosemite or anythin, just rent if for those planned days. Its quite affordable at $40+ a day.