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We enjoyed our week-long stay in room 66. We had enough space for two and took advantage of the mini fridge and microwave to have an indoor picnic of leftovers on a rainy day. Our room was on the alley between the Inn and The...More
Good location for our ballet visit. Helpful staff. Come from rural area and not use to paying for parking ($30 ouch). Had a suite which was nice to separate bed from living space.
Hotel needs some updating. But is clean. Don’t stay in rm 72....More
We stayed at Inn at the Opera, the location is excellent and just right behind the city hall. There are quite a few questionable people at night so my suggestion is to valet park your car at $35 + tax (around $40). The free breakfast...More
Be sure to call the resort to confirm your reservation and get the reservation # that they have in their system prior to making your travel arrangements, at least if you have a timeshare reservation. I did a timeshare exchange for a seven night stay....More
We stay at the Inn at the Opera in November 2017. It is well located for the Opera house and civic hall. A little old fashioned but staff were excellent and the included buffet breakfast was very welcome. It is not difficult to get from...More
Chock full of designer boutiques, art galleries, funky shoe stores, and great restaurants, it’s hard to imagine Hayes Valley once languished in the shadow of a major freeway. Its removal allowed for the creation of an attractive boulevard on Octavia Street with a community park at its center and dozens of trendy businesses to satisfy visitors looking for a stylish respite.
I'm sure they would let you pay for your guest's breakfast. It's based on honor system. People just go to breakfast from their rooms. I'm sure the hotel won't know how many people in your party since there is no checking... More
I'm sure they would let you pay for your guest's breakfast. It's based on honor system. People just go to breakfast from their rooms. I'm sure the hotel won't know how many people in your party since there is no checking at breakfast. That said, I would be honest and frank with the front desk and ask them about purchasing breakfast for a non-guest.
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"Rooms away from the street are quieter. Rooms on the street will have a view."