Queen bed in the living area. No sofa. Partial kitchen. Maximum occupancy 2.
This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units.
Downtown San Francisco is all yours from this exciting urban location. This resort occupies a historic building dating from 1908 on the corner of Bush and Stockton streets and is a short walk to Chinatown, Nob Hill and Union Square. The famous Powell Street Cable Car stops just one block away, and public transportation on the Bay Area Rapid Transit system is nearby.
Visit Fisherman’s Wharf, Ghirardelli Square and the Maritime Museum on San Francisco's waterfront; ride a ferry to Alcatraz Island and learn about this former federal prison's notorious inmates; explore the sixties-throwback Haight-Ashbury district; or spend time wandering through Golden Gate Park, an urban oasis larger than New York's Central Park. Enjoy some of the world's finest restaurants, shop in the glass-domed Crocker Galleria in the Financial District and check out the city's vibrant theatrical productions. This resort puts you in the center of this dynamic city so that you can explore all it has to offer.
Units in this urban location do not have decks or balconies, and the resort has no outdoor areas, pools or similar amenities. There is a comfortable lobby complete with a cozy fireplace, a guest laundry room and a fully equipped exercise room located on the ground floor.
Please keep in mind that parking in San Francisco is at a premium and that parking is NOT AVAILABLE at the resort.
Expect to pay between $34-$46 per day depending on the parking option you choose and the size of your vehicle. Larger vehicles such as RVs will be considerably more expensive.
You are encouraged to leave your car at home as getting around the city is simple. Visit (website hidden) for more information on transportation alternatives, including taxis, limos and airport shuttles, BART and other forms of public transportation.
We recommend bringing comfortable walking shoes as San Francisco has many hills. The resort is located within walking distance of many of San Francisco’s popular attractions. We believe the outstanding public transportation available to you is much better than driving. Drivers will experience high parking rates, narrow streets, and pedestrian friendly laws. Urban environment, expect noise 24 hrs a day.
Even during summer always bring a jacket, remember the famous quote “The coldest winter I ever saw was the summer I spent in San Francisco." In case the fog lifts, bring sunglasses too!
Airport shuttles to the resort are available at the airport on the departure level. You can find available information at the airport or (website hidden).
Take a tour of Alcatraz. Known as “The Rock,” Alcatraz was once the country’s most infamous federal prisons. Year-round tours. For more information, call (phone number hidden).
San Francisco Maritime National Park
Located at the west end of Fisherman’s Wharf, this park includes a visitor center, a maritime museum and the fleet of national historic landmark vessels at Hyde Street Pier. Open year round. 2½ mi.
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
First established in 1972, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is one of the largest urban national parks in the world. The park contains numerous historical landmarks, including Alcatraz, Muir Woods National Monument and Fort Point National Historic Site.
January: Chinese New Year
February: Pacific Orchid Exposition, Historic Fisherman's Wharf Classic Car Exhibit
March: SF Jazz Spring Season, Street Performer's Festival
April: Spring BBQ and Wine Tasting, San Francisco International Film Festival
May: Sea Music Festival, Asian Heritage Street Celebration
June: World Environment Day, San Fransisco Gay Pride Parade
July: Red Bull Streets of San Francisco, Fillmore Street Jazz Festival
August: ACC Craft Show, AfroSolo Arts Festival, Golden Gateway to Gems
September: Chocolate Festival, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival
October: Fleet Week, Oktoberfest by the Bay
November: Tree Lighting Ceremony at Ghirardelli Square, Dias de los Muertos
December: San Francisco Ballet Nutcracker, Great Dickens Christmas Fair
· Internet access (fee applicable)
· Kitchen sink (except studios)
· Toaster (except studios)
· Coffee maker
· Air conditioning
· Cable TV
· DVD player
· Stereo with CD player
· Iron and ironing board
· All units are hotel size and do not have kitchens; disposable dishware is provided
· Some 1-bedroom units have a recommended occupancy of two - please inquire when making reservations
· Wi-fi Internet (fee applicable)
· Fitness center
· Lobby with fireplace
· Shared computer with Internet
· This resort has no parking
· Movie Rental
· Vending machines
· There is one elevator that goes to the 8th floor; guests staying on the 9th floor must walk up a flight of stairs
· Nob Hill
· Alcatraz Island
· North Beach
· Fisherman's Wharf
· Ghirardelli Square
· Wine tasting rooms
· Powell Street Cable Car
· Haight-Ashbury district
· Shopping at Union Square
· Theater, opera and symphony
· Professional Sports Teams
· Actors Conservatory Theatre (ACT)
· San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
· Golden Gate National Recreation Area
· San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
· San Francisco (SFO) - 14 mi
· Oakland (OAK) - 18 mi
I greatly enjoyed my stay! The accommodations were fantastic as well as how easy It was to book! I will definitely stay again.
Great location and nice clean accommodations.
Great location for a business trip.
Walking distance to everything and also great restaurants.
The upside: The location is excellent - practically walking distance to everywhere in Downtown. Restaurants, shops, Market Street, piers all walking distance. The building used to be a hotel now operated as a timeshare: a small (hotel) room with a fridge and few utensils but no other hotel amenities (no breakfast, no room or linen service, or daily cleaning). But there is hot coffee at the reception 24/ 7 and restaurants/stores are around the corner. However, the gym is beyond basic: one elliptical, one treadmill and one cable Jungle Gym type machine, so go early if you want to catch one. Be mindful that you will need to pay for wifi separately, but it is cheap: I paid $15 for 10 days. I called my host, Katy after 10.00pm and she was quick to help me: she walked me through the steps over the phone - the whole thing turned out to be very simple at the end.
The downside: my five day stay was confirmed in two periods: a four day and a single day period. When checking in reception suggested I need to move rooms from one period to the other. I protested and the issue seemed to go away. However in the morning of Day 4 I received a nasty call from reception (i was in the middle of an important client meeting) asking me icily if I needed help to move out of my room. I was getting a lot of attitude despite the fact that the receptionist realized on the phone that she has made a mistake. Again, I though it was the end of it. When I returned to the place late that night, first I got a lot of lecturing about "messing up" my key - turns out reception "forgot" to adjust the date on my keycard. Later that night, when the new shift came in another receptionist called me in the middle of the night (i was already asleep) and insisted that she comes to my room to photo ID me.
Although all of this was beyond my host's control it still caused a considerable inconvenience. Nevertheless I recommend the place but make sure your confirmation comes in as a single period.