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The room was right on the SF Bay. The view took your breath. I woke up all night long taking pictures at different times during the night of the bay/harbor. The staff was way more than expected. Bikes were part of the package and we...More
My husband and I had stayed in The Inn Above Tide approximately 9 years ago. It was a real treat then. This time was even better, I really felt at home and welcomed by the staff. The rooms we had were fabulous. My husband and...More
A warm welcome when we arrived with help with the bags and car parking, very spacious and comfortable room and an evening complementary wine tasting. Breakfast was good but the room it was served in was a little small. Location is very convenient for the...More
Beautiful hotel with stunning views, absolutely loved everything, service , location , watching the fireworks from our personal deck. The breakfast is generous, loved the fresh berries and tried to stay clear of the basket of overflowing pastries.
The wine and cheese is a lovely...More
We stayed at this quaint Inn for our anniversary. There were so many nice touches and the staff was amazing. We stayed in a room with a balcony overlooking the ocean. The room had binoculars, hardback books about San Francisco, slippers for us to take...More
Response from margaritasat5 | Reviewed this property |
personally, i don't have a problem with the fact that you couldn't use the restroom. it's not a public toilet. in fact, the more i think about it, the more i like the fact that those manning the front desk are protective... More
personally, i don't have a problem with the fact that you couldn't use the restroom. it's not a public toilet. in fact, the more i think about it, the more i like the fact that those manning the front desk are protective stewards of their guests.
i don't understand why you felt the need to post this. since there are public toilets in the are, and you could have gone to one of the restaurants nearby.