As one of the other reviewers said, if you're on a budget, it'll do. Barely. Seeing the metal gate when you first enter doesn't give a good feeling, but knowing there are a couple of popular bars on the block, it's probably a good thing.
For less than $100/night, including tax, you're getting what you pay for. Bathrooms are shared. They're clean, but old. There's one light in the room, a fluorescent one in the ceiling. No bedside lamp, no clock radio, no coffee maker. Fresh towels are supplied each day, along with soap. Bring your own shampoo. There's a sink in the room so you can primp in private.
The room had Direct TV, which I actually used as lamp, avoiding the ceiling fluorescent.
There was only one wall outlet in the room. Luckily it had a power strip attached. Without that, you'd have to unplug the TV to charge your phone.
The location was good for transportation. Half a block to Muni Metro, the local underground transit. Also on the corner are various streetcars and an easy spot to catch a cab.More
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