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Twin peaks are top of Sanfransico. You can have complete view of Sanfransico. You can see golden bridge from there. You can spend 30 minutes here. Going around
Walk with family. Good place to have sanps.
Single staircase, no lift, smelling of urine and cannabis,no fire escape plan, no fire doors, badly needs redecorating, shabby poor, defective plumbing, one small fire extinguisher per floor, cigarette burns to curtains and counterpanes. Non existent sound proofing meant you heard everything from the neighbour...More
Booked a night, just to have a fine night sleep after a long flight. When we first arrived, the reception was pretty weird- didnt make me feel safe because of some interesting people standing by, staff wasnt very helpful either , not even with luggages....More
This place could not be in a better location, in walking distance to the great Mission area for food as well as the rest that Market street has to offer. Great public transport and parks nearby. Really fantastic location.
The hotel staff were friendly enough...More
Booked two days for anniversary. I knew they had no parking, but asked online for suggestions 2 weeks in advance and received not response. Asked when checking in and told we could park in neighborhood after 6pm, which is not true. It's after 9pm. Up...More
US$86 - US$109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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