Hotels >Astoria Hotel
I'd rather stay in a public room in a hostel.
If you consider Satellite TV to be an antenna on the hotel roof, a hair drier to be a towel and internet access to mean being able to occasionally reach somewhere else's wifi and logging in once every 4 days, then this hotel did NOT lie on their Orbitz hotel listing.
But if you actually take a listing at its word, then you will start being exceptionally disappointed. Your sadness will grow as you discover this hotel's elevator is completely destroyed (with the door off and gears jammed with a mere rope of yellow caution tape keeping out any children brave enough to explore). Or when you realize your room only has one tiny mirror in the bathroom and no others in the room. Or when you notice the lack of an alarm clock. Perhaps the vacancy of a hotel ice machine will be the last straw for you, or maybe it will be the paper thin walls, or the staff's refusal to let you use their microwave.
Whatever you're looking for in a hotel, this place does NOT have it, that can be certain.
This panning review does not come from someone accustomed to 5 star hotels with saunas and free concierge, but from someone who could quickly point out 5 cheap, crummy motels that are better than this nightmare.
Yes, the location is good, no, nothing else here is. Save your money and sleep somewhere else.
Editorial Review. Conveniently located, affordable hotel places guests in walking distance of many of San Francisco's main tourist attractions.
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