This is a place to stay if you (a) are a thief, (b) are at the mercy of a really bad travel agent, or (c) don't care about your belongings or any rest.
The system that innkeeper Mario seems to (really) think is fine, is to ask folks leaving to throw loose keeys in an unlocked and unguarded in any way door at the fronth when they left. When I checked in he didn't have a key, but called later to say to look for one by the phone. One was there, and as his accountant or staffmember of some sort finally thank god backed up, it was a key t o the front door only, not my rented room, from which several things were stolen. Again surprising given the inability to tell whether anothehr soul is in this 5 bedroom house, and presenting chances for, well, loss.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Gay clientele mostly, though all are welcome. Clean, quiet and safe. Centrally located close to Castro & Market Streets (about 5 minutes to Castro St). Ask about our seasonal discounts (holidays and special events excluded). Three rooms have queen beds, the fourth has a double bed. Included with your stay, a self-serve continental breakfast and WiFi access. Telephone, voice mail, refrigerator and microwave available in the common area. Accessible location with parking for an extra fee. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Castillo Hotel San Francisco