This is a typical midrange hotel located in the Tenderloin area in San Fransisco.
The hotel has a small reception and elevator to the floors with rooms. Breakfast room, pool and gym are located at a neighbour hotel across the street.
The room was nice and had good space. It was a little worn, and was styled in a old fashion and rather dark manner. But it gave it personality and charm.
Be aware of the neighbourhood. There were a lot of homeless people around the hotel, and it was rather uncomfortable to walk in the evening, and we felt unsafe as we passed huge groups of homeless people that acted rather aggresive among themself.
Also at check-out the hotel charged 67 dollars in "urban fees". As we were in a hurry to catch our flight I didnt have time to discuss this, but I still wonder what this was.More
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