345 Taylor St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410237.785604 -122.411463
Mon. - Sun. 24 Hours
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Tenderloin
DON'T EVEN BOTHER – If you're use to hostels you should be able to get use to this hotel.
The bathrooms are are about the size of a closet. You could barely get the door open without hitting the toilet bowl. Towels are tiny. The water would go from hot to searing hot at random intervals.
The sheets were questionable, strange stains.
The street that the hotel is located on is littered with homeless people.
The elevator is about the size of a phone booth.
Every wall is paper thin. We could hear our neighbor coughing all night. A car alarm would not stop beeping for 20 mins. You can hear bums yelling at eachother all night.
rooms are heated by noisy radiators. It was warm for us in the room so we turned it off, this just made it sputter and make more noise. We had to keep the ceiling fan running all night.
The hotel staff is very curtious, but i think this is because they know how crappy their hotel is.
A lodging staple for budget-minded road-trippers and business travelers. – In Short
Since the Ramada brand made its debut in 1954 in Flagstaff, Ariz., the hotel franchise has been offering dependable accommodations with budget-wise perks. Families appreciate the kids-stay-free policy for children 17 and under staying with their parents. Other amenities usually include a swimming pool, full-service restaurant, lounge, in-room data ports and voice mail. Group rates--for wedding parties, corporate groups or family reunions--are available for parties requiring 10 or more rooms per night.
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