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All reviewsfree parkinggreat locationthe penthousebalcony doorfree coffeetour busesnoisy at nightstreet noiseper nighttwo queen bedsother hotels in the areaclean roomcable carghirardelli squarepublic transportationdefinitely stay here againrooms are small
We stayed here last november and the room was over $100 less per night, and this time we used our AAA discount! It was truly overpriced. We stay for the free parking and location. It is clean enough and our car was safe and we...More
Small room. We had 2 x queen beds plus a rollaway for a family of 5. Great location at Fishermans Wharf however it was quite loud on Friday night till late from the street and every morning I was woken by either the rumbling of...More
Stayed 4d3nights in the mini suite, with a decent 2 queen sized bed and a small little corner with tv and a 2 seater couch. Room 322.
parking and wifi was free! It's so expensive parking in sf.
Walking distance to the attractions, fisherman's...More
This location was so close to the piers - easy to go out and come back to the room as needed with the kids. The free parking is in a closed parking lot so only people staying at the hotel have access to the cars....More
Time to pull this 60's place down. My husband & I travel extensively & this is a dreadful place for seniors. It's noisy, in poor condition, no facilities, no air con & falling to bits. The reason it can command the tariff is free parking...More
Packed with family-friendly entertainment, quality hotels, and good food, there’s something for everyone at Fisherman’s Wharf. From street performers and historic cable cars to art galleries and museums, a postcard-worthy photo is available on every corner. Bring your appetite: seafood lovers will be rewarded with Dungeness crab and sourdough bread bowls, while Ghirardelli Square will satiate anyone’s sweet tooth
after a day at Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Don't forget to say hello to the adorable sea lions that make this neighbourhood a true San Francisco treat.
There is enough room to sit out there. There is a smaller balcony off the dining area...not sure if there was seating already out there, but you could definitely bring chairs out. The other balcony was off the living... More
There is enough room to sit out there. There is a smaller balcony off the dining area...not sure if there was seating already out there, but you could definitely bring chairs out. The other balcony was off the living room and was larger, and there is a table and chairs out there.
As a side note, you can hear the seals barking from out there...very cool!
Hello, yes the fisherman's wharf is very safe and getting back to the hotel from union square is easy and safe. There is a really good place for breakfast just a block and a half from the hotel called hollywood cafe. There... More
Hello, yes the fisherman's wharf is very safe and getting back to the hotel from union square is easy and safe. There is a really good place for breakfast just a block and a half from the hotel called hollywood cafe. There are many restaurants within walking distance from the inn for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can definitely hang out at the pier in the evening and early morning even if the shops are closed. Regarding hot water, yes.