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Reviewed 2 January 2012

I've been to alot of places in my life but this place is a complete hell hole. I voluteered in a homeless shelter before and it was in a better state than this hotel, honestly. Upon arriving in San Fran I was told at a tourist office all accomodation in the city is fully booked, apart from Harcourt Hotel(San Fran...

6Thank marine101
Reviewed 9 July 2011

I left the east coast in 1980 to experience living on the left coast.After I had exhausted most of my cash, I still was without work and needed a place to stay. I saw an ad in the paper for desk clerk wanted, apply @ Harcourt Residence Club.( as it was known in those days ) It was the most...

8Thank cnw57
Reviewed 29 March 2011

For $273.00 a week you can rent a poorly cleaned room with a private bath replete with roaches, brain fried residents that tweek, yell and trip through the wee hours of the morning. The rooms are small, the carpet filthy, the comforter looked to have a thousand cigarette burns in it, the blanket had a giant hole in it and...

3Thank truthmaster
Reviewed 28 May 2010

I recently stayed at the Harcourt as when i arrived at my preferred hotel my booking had been cancelled, So the only place we could find a room was the Harcourt hotel. The room cost $67. We recieved a warm welcome from the gentleman on the front desk. Once we had checked in and seen our room we were shocked....

1Thank Gask007
São Paulo
Reviewed 25 October 2008

I was in SF last year to study for a couple months. The school people chose this hotel for me, saying it was ok, not 5 stars, but decent, lots of foreign students, long term residents, etc... [--]! They forgot to say that the "long term residents" included people on parole, ex-cons, etc... not my kind of ideal student trip...

2Thank Rodrigo S
Reviewed 16 October 2007

We booked this hotel, knowing nothing of the area in which it was located. We were looking for a place to sleep during our stay in SF -- something less than $100 per night. We found it. We were a bit apprehensive due to it also being a residence hotel with weekly and monthly rates and many rooms without private...

3Thank FloridaMagnolia
west midlands
Reviewed 22 September 2007

Just returned from a holiday in san francisco,Unfortunately I happened to stay at this hotel! due to all other hotels I wanted to stay at being full.the location was not too bad for getting around the city.But the hotel itself was awful shabby and looked very uncared for,the best part of it was the reception area after that it was...

4Thank lightfoot27
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Los Angeles, CA
1 review
6 helpful votes
Reviewed 11 May 2006

This is primarily a residence hotel, and should not be used for usual hotel accomodations. It is a very old building with no new upgraids, not very clean, very shabby. The only amenity is a "dining room" with a microwave for residents to heat their meals. The location, the appearance, the clientele, all give the impression of a run down...

6Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Stow, Massachusetts
Reviewed 22 August 2005

The Harcourt is a great hotel for those who plan to stay for a few weeks or months in downtown San Fran on a budget. I stayed for the entire summer while I did an internship between my Junior and Senior years of college. The four great things about the Harcourt are: the price, the location, the people, and the...

18Thank Stephen-Ost

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Additional Information about Harcourt Hotel

Address: 1105 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94109-5718
Region: United States > California > San Francisco
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Hotel Class:1 star — Harcourt Hotel 1*
Number of rooms: 93
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