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Regency Inn - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Regency Inn

587 Eddy St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
2.5 out of 5 (720 reviews)
Located in Civic Center, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Westfield San Francisco …More
Deluxe Inn - South San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 1.5 Stars

Deluxe Inn

920 El Camino Real, South San Francisco - Map
 
 
2.3 out of 5 (139 reviews)
Situated in South San Francisco, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Cow Palace, San Francisco State University, and …More
San Carlos Inn - San Carlos Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

San Carlos Inn

1140 Morse Blvd, San Carlos - Map
 
 
"Clean but not fancy"
The room was what I expected. Nothing fancy but clean and located within walking distance to everything I needed and the staff were very nice
A Traveller
Situated in San Carlos, this motel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Museum of San Carlos History and within 3 mi (5 km) of Hiller …More
The Beach House Hotel Half Moon Bay - Half Moon Bay Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Beach House Hotel Half Moon Bay

4100 Cabrillo Hwy N, Half Moon Bay - Map
 
 
"Awesome hotel"
Only thing is the staff or booking agents should let the guest know about the fog horn that goes off every 15 minutes
Traveller from tracy ca
Nestled on the beach, this El Granada hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Pillar Point Harbor and Miramar Beach. JV Fitzgerald …More
Grant Hotel - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Grant Hotel

753 Bush St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Short Stay inSFO"
This hotel is really not far walking distance from any Union Square eateries, store, shops etc!!
Traveller from California
Centrally located in San Francisco's lower Nob Hill neighborhood, the hotel is close to Moscone Center, the Ferry Building …More
Geneva Motel Daly City - Daly City Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Geneva Motel Daly City

3233 Geneva Ave, Daly City - Map
 
 
Situated in Daly City, this motel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Cow Palace and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from City College of San Francisco …More
Hotel Stratford - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Hotel Stratford

242 Powell St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"In the center of it al. "
Pros: clean hotel/room, nice staff, comfortable bed/pillows, walking distance to everything Cons: slow elevator, hardly any water pressure, small rooms
A Traveller
This San Francisco hotel is on a cable car line within half a block of Union Square, 3 blocks from the Westfield Shopping …More
Chancellor Hotel on Union Square - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Chancellor Hotel on Union Square

433 Powell St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Older, classic hotel on Union Square"
Convenient parking at a garage around the corner on Sutter. Rooms are very small, but it has a minifridge and a large closet. We learned that you could earn a $7 credit toward a meal at the hotel restaurant each morning you skipped housekeeping services. So, we chose to do so on three occasions during our 5-night stay. We had a breakfast meal at the restaurant. When I went to checkout, the desk clerk did NOT ask me if we enjoyed our stay; she said I was supposed to have gotten a gift card at the front desk each time we skipped housekeeping, and then redeemed the gift cards at the restaurant because they are "separate from the hotel." And then she said, "as a matter of fact, my records don't show that you skipped any mornings of housekeeping, so I can't credit you for the $21." I assured her that we did not have housekeeping on three different mornings and that the gift card arrangements were never explained to us, and that there is no way that a guest would know that the "hotel and the restaurant were 'separate' " (evidently they are connected enough to grant cash credit of some type!). The desk clerk grumbled about how difficult this would be and how she would have a hard time explaining this to her manager. This reaction was shocking. We stayed at this hotel for five nights and this was a measly $21 credit! She shouldn't have suggested that I was lying and she should have apologized for the errors on their part. Instead she was rude and dismissive.
Traveller from P
This historic 15-story hotel is on San Francisco's Powell Street Cable Car line. Union Square, Moscone Center, Chinatown …More
Castle Inn - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Castle Inn

1565 Broadway, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Very good location"
Great time Get a hop on hop off bus package and you can go all over town
A Traveller
Located on Russian Hill, this San Francisco hotel is 2.5 blocks from a cable-car line and a half-mile from Lombard Street …More
Howard Johnson San Francisco Marina District - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Howard Johnson San Francisco Marina District

1940 Lombard St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"One of 2 branded hotels on Lombard"
I read reviews that basically trashed this hotel; however I found it totally acceptable. Howard Johnson, all be it an old name is still branded, the only other one was Comfort Inn at $75 more per night. Lombard street is the best location: easy walk to curves, pier 39, Palace, Coit tower, Chinatown and bridge (if you are savvy you will know what I mean). THE GOOD: Fresh paint in the room, clean, updated and large bathroom, comfortable bed, good AC, free breakfast, location (see above), competitive price, many families, shuttle service from SFO ($16 per person) THE BAD: old carpet. not enough parking, small dining area for FREE breakfast. Beyond the hotel: don't rent a car, use UBER. Download the AP. Uber will take you from airport (~$50) and to everywhere in SF (my experience was $8 to $20 at peak drive time). Would I stay again or recommend? 100% yes. I hope my review counter acts the people that gave bad reviews, If you want a Hilton, go stay at a Hilton (far away from these sites). If you want to be close to SF sites go HoJo.
Traveller from Mid-West
Located in Marina District, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ghirardelli Square, The Cannery at Del Monte Square, and …More

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    Our Guide To Cheap Hotels In San Francisco

    At twilight, fog rolls into the City by the Bay and shrouds you in a veil of possibilities. Will you spend your evening hunched over a craft bourbon cocktail in the Castro District? Or depart one of the San Francisco hotels and walk down Baker Beach, bewitched by the lights from Sausalito twinkling across the Golden Gate Bridge?

    San Francisco has attracted a diverse crowd of inhabitants—from tech industry moguls to modern-day hippies. Yes, it is unfaltering in its ability to boast the typical urban offerings of a big city, yet it also has enriching experiences spanning from the art world to the baseball diamond. And while you may not know the city as well as one of its die-hard residents, that doesn’t mean you won’t become endeared to its charms. For even if you don’t leave a down payment in San Francisco, as the song promises, you will surely leave your fluttering heart there. Go ahead, dive right in to the California mystique San Francisco has to offer. Let Travelocity help you find your perfect home base for your stay—whether it be cheap San Francisco hotels or luxury landmark accommodations. Hotels in the heart of things are the perfect place for a wise wanderer such as yourself to get in touch with the crown jewel of the Golden State. And, Travelocity’s San Francisco hotel deals can save you a gold rush worth of cash to spend on your foggy night out on the town.

    Where Are the Best Places to Stay in San Francisco?

    When you are looking for where to stay in San Francisco, it is best to consider the attractions you most wish to visit. Once you know where you want to go and what you want to do, it will be much easier to decide on your accommodations. Here are some of the best hotels in the most popular neighborhoods in San Francisco:

    Union Square

    New York can have Central Park, and D.C. can keep the National Mall. San Francisco has its own hub of history and high spirits in Union Square. Shop at upscale retailers, dine at inspired eateries, and even work on your Double Salchow at the outdoor ice-skating rink…weather permitting, of course. In short, it is San Francisco defined, in one open city block. Here are our favorite Union Square hotels:

    • Parc 55 San Francisco – Modern style and conveniences meet attentive service at Hilton’s newest venture into San Francisco. Enjoy a view of Union Square and Twin Peaks from your spacious guestroom, then enjoy a grab-and-go breakfast before you start exploring. After you’ve experienced the city from bay to beach, treat yourself to dinner at Pac 55’s Kin Khao, hailed by GQ magazine as one of the “best new restaurants in the U.S.”
    • Hotel Nikko San Francisco – Take in a jazz show at Feinstein’s, feast on Asian-inspired California cuisine at ANZU, and rent an exotic sports car—all without leaving the property. Unwind from your day downtown in your guestroom’s urban refuge with a pillowtop bed, thirsty bathrobe, and in-room massage. And, sleep soundly with the knowledge that you are contributing to helping to save the planet just by staying at this EPA Energy Star award-winning hotel.

    SoMa

    Tucked neatly between the Mission and Financial Districts, SoMa (short for South of Market) is the perfect neighborhood if you are visiting the city for either work or play. Visit the Cartoon Art Museum, take in a ballgame at AT&T Park, or experience the creative culture at Yerba Buena Gardens. We highly recommend this SoMa hotel:

    • Hotel Whitcomb – Venture back in time to this over a century old historic landmark. Having served as City Hall from 1912 to 1915, the Whitcomb is steeped in San Francisco lore. While the décor may be opulent and antique, the amenities are thoroughly modern. The stately grandeur of your guestroom is complemented by the innovative fare available at the Market Street Grill. And, a drink at The Tavern will help you harken back to Old San Francisco.

    Nob Hill

    One of San Francisco’s premier neighborhoods, Nob Hill is home to mansions once owned by railroad barons and gold rush champions. A stroll along its streets will take you past such sights as the Fountain of Tortoises in Huntington Square, the Cable Car Museum, and a host of impressive eateries. If Nob Hill is calling your name, book a room in this swanky hotel:

    • Stanford Court San Francisco – Don’t be fooled by the Stanford Court’s classic exterior. This boutique hotel is completely cutting edge once you walk through the lobby doors. Keeping with San Francisco’s digital dominance, the hotel offers business travelers and vacationers, alike, access to state-of-the-art technologies like a collection of MacBooks and iPads, free high-speed Wi-Fi, and Google Glass Explorer program. When you are ready to trade in the virtual world for some real-world, you can enjoy a good night’s rest in your gorgeous, well-appointed guestroom.

    You’re ready to fall in love with sourdough bread and dim sum. You’ll spend your days shopping and your evenings with a glass of wine in one hand and the Golden Gate Bridge in sight. You won’t settle for just any accommodation. And hotels in San Francisco would never expect you to. Indulge yourself with a high-end suite along the water, or save your budget for Union Square designers and stay at one of the best cheap hotels in San Francisco. Then, prepare to be blown away by San Fran.

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