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Last minute booking, great price for location. I stayed for 4 nights, upon arrival i was alocated the upper bunk after sussing out the situation i noticed there was a free bed on the lower bunk and asked the receptionist if i could possibly change...More
Where do I begin? The receptionists in the day time were great, the set up of the place is a bit weird but the building is cool and has an old San Francisco feel that I loved. The location right by Union Square was great,...More
The bunk beds are kind of cozy, like little forts you can pull the curtains closed around you. Downside is lack of air circulation in rooms, very stale air. No access to food, showers or beds unless you can climb up and down very steep...More
Quite a brief stay in Adelaide Hostel before my onward journey, and I enjoyed it indeed. Conveniently located in downtown San Francisco, it is a walking distance to the Greyhound bus station and Union Square. In particular, I liked the healthy breakfast that includes a...More
I was highly impressed by this hostel. Based on the google street view of it being down a little alley, I was slightly concerned but was blown away by my experience there. The facilities were excellent and clean. The room I was in had solid...More
US$46 - US$187 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I have booked a double private room at the Adelaide and it was located.... at the Dakota.
Nice building but noisy (at the corner of two busy streets).
I understood that all the private double rooms are the Dakota.