Hotels >Travelodge Central San Francisco Hotels
worst customer service ever!!!. the room seemed okay but kinda had a smell. it also seemed like a pretty good value since all of the surrounding hotels were charging well over $100.00 every thing went okay untill my credit card statment came in and I was over charged twice. instead of being charged the 49+tax that they stated I was charged $77.00 two times. when I called and spoke with the owner she was extremlly rude. she would not let me talk and she continued to yell over me. the problem was never resolved and the room was definatly not worth the $154.00 i ended up paying. I will never go back and if you do go Watch your credit card statments!!!!!
Thank you for putting up your concerns on CitySearch regarding your stay at the Travelodge Central. It disheartens me that you did not enjoy your stay with us as our goal is to provide good customer service and make sure that ALL guests are satisfied. Please allow us to make up for the lost ground ? I shall extend to you a promotional code which can be only used by you from our website ? www.StaySF.com/central.html. This code will allow you to pick a date of your liking (weekday or weekend) and give you an additional personal 20% discount on your next stay. What you can do is to email me personally your intended stay dates in San Francisco and I shall ensure that this promotional code is created and sent to you via email. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Also I would love to clarify our charges that we charged you for your stay ? you had been charged a total of $67.87 which includes room rate ($49 + tax ? 15%) and parking fees which was $10 + tax.
I'm I in Hell??.
Dirty hotel, horrible bedding, poor security, bad part of town, no ammenities, I slept in my clothes for my own health and well being. yikes!!! One night was more than I could take. The only thing that was acceptable was the guy that checked me into the motel was named King and he was really sweet.
Think twice on this place please!
Unsafe, dirty, low end motel.
I travel for a living and I am very use to staying in great place and not so great places. This is the first hotel that I was scared to stay in. After 25 years of corporate travel, I came to San Fran from Maui for a medical emergency and was forced to pick a quick inexpensive hotel. I booked thorugh online booking site after I got to the hotel and saw the criminal activity in the parking lot I begged the cab driver not to leave them there!
I checked out the next morning after being awakened all night by men screaming and fighting and girls working their trade. The inside was dirty, burn holes in the bedding, no shampoo, stained carpet, need I say more. The worst part of San Fran. Unless you have your own personal security detail traveling with you, pay alittle more and get somewhere SAFE.
Great Location. Considering what other hotels charge for rooms and parking, the San Francisco Central Travelodge was a bargain and a half! The large parking lot provided ample space for parking. This is irregular for hotels with car ports in San Francisco, as most are usually congested and cramped. Checking in and out took only a matter of minutes and the clerks at the front desk were quite responsive to my interrogation of places to visit, dine, shop, etc in the city. One major pro to this hotel was its location. Being in the Castro, with the Mission neighborhood only a few blocks away, and walking distance to Union Square, this hotel put me right in the heart of the city. Taking the trolley, which starts practically in front of the hotel, got me to Fishermans Wharf in less than twenty minutes! On a side note, the Mission is home to the FINEST Mexican cuisine. Make sure to try a burrito at Pancho Villa, a local tacqueria. This was a great place to stay.
Budget lodging in the eclectic Castro district..
This basic maroon-colored motel is centered on its parking lot. It is located close to the city's vibrant and multicultural Castro District. Although it doesn't have much to offer by way of amenities, its affordable rates make it popular with tourists on a budget. It is within walking distance to Union Square.
Guest rooms include large beds and TVs for late-night movie watching. The remodeled Deluxe Rooms offer a bit more style, with Southwest colors and light wood furnishings. Traveling families should note the availability of several child-friendly accommodations. Known as Sleepy Bear's Den, they include small play tables and bright color schemes. Complimentary continental breakfast and weekday "USA Today" are offered in the lobby. A popular lounge and piano bar is located right across the street.
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