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Even if you're price-conscious, the Aida Hotel shouldn't be your first choice. Its edgy Market Street location is intimidating but forgivable (it is SF after all), but what isn't is its very tired rooms & poor maintenance. Thin walls, while annoying, is something that can...More
The hotel is pretty decent for it's price. The location is okay too. There are few homeless people outside but they won't bother you. Room is spacious and clean and they provide basic amenities. Free donuts at breakfast is first come first serve basis.
This Hotel is in a very seedy part of downtown... we observed many "street people" at night and in the morning, some shooting up and exchanging drugs a half block away. We did not feel safe. You will share a tiny commode and shower on...More
This place needs be shut down . It reeks everywhere rooms lobby everywhere!! Not even free it is acceptable living conditons. All they want is your money . The front desk is filthy and the staff are all confused. The 90yr old manager is so...More
If you are just a couple of days in San Francisco this hotel is okay, but nothing more. The showers and toilets on the floor are cleanish, but not all of them are working properly. The room is rather small, but has a basin, however...More
US$86 - US$209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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South of Market (SoMa), has an urban and sophisticated vibe, but you're more likely to find big nightclubs and lots of industrial loft residences than you are to find boutique shopping. Although it’s the epicenter for tech startups in the city, visitors will be able to do more than just business - museums, top quality restaurants, and the San Francisco Giants now call this neighbourhood home. Most of its freeway-sized
streets may not capture the same character as other neighbourhoods in the city, but pockets of charm, like South Park, can still be found throughout its side streets.