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We have recently stayed 3 nights at this hotel in San Francisco as part of a short tour of California, we arrived earlier than the allocated check in in time and was happy to find that the room was ready for us which allowed us...More
The hotel is pleasant with friendly staff and is clean , Rooms are pretty small. Main issue is the location , lots of homeless people in the area and drug use. Within 5 minutes of arriving a homeless guy started a fight with us ,...More
My boyfriend and I had booked this hotel for 3 nights for the San Francisco part of our trip. However we felt no other option than to check out and move to another hotel after 2 nights (losing the money for our 3rd night and...More
I expect some very basic things from hotels I stay in (regardless of price) and that's cleanliness, comfortable bed, hot flowing shower and reliable internet.
The Edwardian is a century old establishment and it shows.
Reception staff were always friendly and helpful.
However, on arrival...More
Only two positive things: rooms are clean and people at the reception are helpful and kind. Positive things stops here.
The room was VERY small, with space for nothing else than the bed. No wardrobe, nothing.
Smell of kitchen coming any time from some restaurant...More
Chock full of designer boutiques, art galleries, funky shoe stores, and great restaurants, it’s hard to imagine Hayes Valley once languished in the shadow of a major freeway. Its removal allowed for the creation of an attractive boulevard on Octavia Street with a community park at its center and dozens of trendy businesses to satisfy visitors looking for a stylish respite.