|""Clean room, friendly staff""||(in 85 reviews)|
|"such great value for money."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Fantastic breakfast and ideally positioned."||(in 35 reviews)|
|"The worst hotel ever!"||(in 61 reviews)|
|"Didn’t feel safe outside after dark."||(in 30 reviews)|
|"My spouse was bitten by bed bugs."||(in 21 reviews)|
|good location||in 256 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 180 reviews|
|old hotel||in 179 reviews|
|donuts and coffee||in 110 reviews|
|homeless people||in 106 reviews|
|free breakfast||in 86 reviews|
|san fran||in 70 reviews|
|bed bugs||in 67 reviews|
|every time||in 61 reviews|
|good value for money||in 55 reviews|
|bart station||in 50 reviews|
|shared bathroom||in 40 reviews|
|city centre||in 34 reviews|
|years ago||in 20 reviews|
|music plays||in 17 reviews|
|union square||in 16 reviews|
|civic center||in 15 reviews|
|addicts and homeless||in 12 reviews|
|homeless and drugs||in 5 reviews|
|vintage look||in 4 reviews|
Room was clean. Had two beds as requested. "Vintage" decor could be interesting? Beds were comfortable enough.
Had booked this room by mistake, called within 10 minutes, they refused to refund. Hotel is on Market, sketchy as Heck, (and I lived in SF for six years a decade ago,) people smoking pot right by the front door. Manager was just like, "well, its legal now". Asked for a quiet room, was given 2nd floor facing Market street where music was blasting until 1:30 am, then noise began again early in the AM. Being able to sleep is kind of the most important part of getting a room. TV only got a couple of blurry channels. For some reason my iphone refused to connect to the wi-fi, but my wife's older phone and my son's Kindle could, probably not the hotel's fault. Breakfast was the cheapest donuts possible (1 per customer) and really bad coffee. Better than nothing?
location but not very safe to walk around the streets
not well maintained ... not worth the money
They didn't clean my room even when I left on the knock-door the note
The worst place in the world
It's a place for homeless people
Good lacation and low price, but you get what you
Location, and the staff was friendly. There was a slight problem with my reservation and the staff was pretty helpful to fix it.
Shared bathroom, which is REALLY small (only shower, no sink), you have a separate toilet, which is shitty as well, and a small sink in your room. Two separate faucets, and ry uncomfortable. We were four guys is a double bed room. Really tiny, no room for luggage, small beds. It's an OK place if you're staying for one, maximum two nights. Otherwise most definitely find something with at least a private bathroom, despite the slightly higher price.
Keep Your Expectations Low
I stayed here for the Dreamforce Conference for a week. The beds were alright. That's about where the compliments stop.
They explained that I was expected to leave my hotel room key at the front desk every time I left, which I found to be odd. When I came back for the key in the evening, all I needed to say was my room number, and they just handed the key over without verifying my identity (I didn't even give my name). One time, I forgot the key in my room when I locked the handle. I went down to the desk and they handed over the entire master key ring (which works on every door in the building) for me to retrieve my key. NOT OK!! The shower closet, which was shared by the entire floor had a tiny shower stall and felt like standing under a garden hose. The window would not lock, nor would the deadbolt, but at this point my expectations were so low I didn't even bother wasting my time to report it. There were bugs in the room. Oh, and on my way out of the hotel the last morning to catch my early flight, the building was locked from the inside with no way to unlock it without a key - good thing the building never caught on fire. I could not recommend this hotel even to an enemy.
Big conference in town, booked late
If you don't mind a hotel with bathrooms and showers down the hall, this place will work for you.
I travel a lot, so am not used to seeing bugs in a room. Strange policy to turn in keys to the front desk when you go out actually puts hotel employees and others in lobby on notice that you are gone and room is empty which is a bad idea. the neighborhood is on the edge of the Tenderloin, so a lot of street people outside the hotel.
Horrible staff, horrible rules
the location was great
Staff was slow, incompetent, and unaccommodating. The rules for the hotel were ridiculous. No guests allowed, or a $30 charge for ONE guest every night. You must leave your keys with the front desk every time you leave the hotel. They ran up my total, then when I asked for an itemized receipt, they charged me $5 more because they had totaled it wrong. It also took almost half an hour to get the itemized receipt because some slow idiot was making a half-assed word document from scratch for it. Also the room was tiny, dirty, and the bathroom and shower are seperate closests shared by the entire floor. Don't stay here.
Great location, great staff, very clean hotel. My mother and I had a lot of fun and thank you guys for the donuts and coffee.
Nothing exceptional, but nothing exceptionally bad
The location is great, but also not so great since the civic center section of SF is right next to the rough Tenderloin section, and Market St always has lots of crazies floating around. I needed to be near the Civic Center and this hotel was perfect, close to BART (literally a station is less than half a block away), and close enough to Caltrain (about a 30 min walk). I did not care for the common bathrooms and showers, nor did I like having to leave my key behind at the front desk every time I left the hotel. The decor is very dated, but that doesn't bother me personally, and they offered donuts and coffee in the mornings. If you are looking for a place to rest your head, and you are not easily grossed or creeped out this hotel will be a bargain if you need to stay downtown. If you can afford to spend several hundred dollars a night, then you would be better off finding a more luxurious hotel.
place was creepy. stayed for four hours. woke up and canceled the rest of the stay. cheap prices but very creepy setting. kinda dirty, rough neighborhood. no bathrooms or shower in room. weird system of turning the key into the office each time you leave. stayed at the good hotel around the corner for a few dollars more.. way better options around.
didn't like a thing other than the old timey record playing in the lobby.
Just a 10-minute walk from Powell Street Station, Aida Hotel San Francisco has a accessible location, making it an ideal place to stay while in San Francisco. It is located a brief stroll from San Francisco City Hall and Civic Center Plaza.
This historic hotel provides a range of amenities, including a concierge, luggage storage and a 24-hour reception. A safe, a lift and a tour desk are also available.
Aida Hotel San Francisco has 175 rooms that are equipped with all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Aida Hotel San Francisco is close to the area's well-known sightseeing attractions, nightlife and shops, and Union Square Plaza is within walking distance. Society of California Pioneers, San Francisco Opera and San Francisco Symphony are each within walking distance.
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Aida Plaza Hotel is located at 1087 Market Street in SoMa, 1.1 km from the center of San Francisco. Asian Art Museum is the closest landmark to Aida Plaza Hotel.
Check-in time is 13:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Aida Plaza Hotel.
Yes, Aida Plaza Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Aida Plaza Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Aida Plaza Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Aida Plaza Hotel is 17.9 km from San Francisco. Aida Plaza Hotel is 18.6 km from Oakland.
No, Aida Plaza Hotel does not have a pool onsite.
SoMa is known for: hip bars, tech companies, industrial lofts