|""Everything was great ,clean,friendly,great location.""||(in 7 reviews)|
|"Thank you Hotel Adrian"||(in 2 reviews)|
|"Good location and friendly staff."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"Bed bugs.bathroom was allways dirty."||(in 22 reviews)|
|""Dirty, filthy property with incompetent staff.""||(in 15 reviews)|
|"Total BED BUG infestation !"||(in 21 reviews)|
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|nothing good||in 64 reviews|
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A Nightmare on Eddy Street.
For starters, this so-called "hotel' is located in a very dangerous place of the city, called "the tenderloin" which classically has been known for being a place full of homeless people wandering the streets and the selling drugs and prostitution. The manger (Jesús Hernández) does its best to appear rude and hostile. Wee booked this hotel on Expedia since it was advertised as having breakfast included in the fare, but when we arrived, this little person said that our booking from Expedia, included NO BREAKFAST (which, after noticing how dirty and unsanitary the place was, we thought was good!). I'll just try to mention a few thing that made our stay there very uncomfortable, because I don't think I can remember all the bad things while in there: the price was too high for what you get (which is basically a bed in a very hot room since it has no air conditioning (and when complained about it, the manager simply answered "open the window"... The bathroom was without soap. The room has only two AC outlets. The most unbelievable thing was that in the night, a little army of critters started to come out and crawl over the walls and floor. The place was infested by COCKROACHES!! We sincerelly don't understand how this type of hazardous to the health of the traveler places are being advertised on sites like Expedia or TripAdvisor, and since you get all the reviews of the people, someone should take action and withdraw them from those sites. SF Sanitary services will be warned.
Parking is horrible!!
This place was located in the most sketchy place in San Francisco, so we wouldn't recommend staying with children. We parked at the curb and the manager of the hotel said because of street sweeping starting at 6am, we would either need to move our car to another parking space or wake up at 6am to move it before the street sweeper came. So we set our alarms for 530am, couldn't sleep and decided at 12am to move the car to find a better parking space. We drove around the area for more than an hour. It was awful. Scary as hell and we were exhausted. We googled 24 hour parking and found only 1 place located 15 minutes away! This was at 130am. We walked back to the hotel from there and it was so sketchy. If you want to stay here on a budget, it's pretty good for that. But be forewarned, if you arrive in the evening ALL parking spaces are taken. The manager was nice and the place is clean and newer looking but at night you hear all the homeless people yelling outside.
Decent rooms yet very noisy, bed was not the most comfortable and a broken elevator.
Staff was very accommodating. Close to Bart and two miles from fishermans warf.
Little bit of a rough area. No tv remote. The shared bathroom is a little weird but not terrible.
You have to share a bathroom and there is not a parking area for the hotel!
Stay in the heart of it all at The Adrian. This historic hotel is nestled in the center of San Francisco's Tenderloin district, an eclectic trendy neighborhood that's home to two of the city's most iconic music venues, the Great American Music Hall and The Warfield. The Tenderloin is also home to the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, fantastic restaurants, local shops and authentic dive bars; The Adrian is close to them all, an ideal place for those eager to explore the city's lesser-known local favorites. It's also just a seven-minute walk from the Market Street and 7th tram stop, for easy access to the Civic Center district, SOMA, Hayes Valley, the Fillmore District, the Upper Haight and other iconic neighborhoods.
The Adrian is a part of San Francisco's history, located in a recently restored 1907 building, complete with gilded detailing along the exterior and dark wood chair molding throughout the hotel's marble-floored lobby. Rooms feature a subtle retro style, with a minimalist decor that allows for substantial cost-savings, compared to other hotels in the area. All rooms feature clean, comfortable beds, flatscreen TVs and coffee makers; many rooms feature private bathrooms. Select rooms also include sofas and kitchenettes.
The Adrian is home to a popular diner, serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner daily; guests can enjoy complimentary continental breakfasts. The hotel is also located directly above a large grocery market, so essentials are always available at a moment's notice. A shared kitchen makes it easy for guests to cook meals; a small business center and free WiFi throughout the hotel keep business guests connected.
based on 532 reviews
Policies vary by room type and provider.
The Adrian is located at 493 Eddy Street in Tenderloin, 0.8 km from the center of San Francisco. Asian Art Museum is the closest landmark to The Adrian.
Check-in time is 14:30 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Adrian.
Yes, The Adrian offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Adrian does not offer free parking.
No, The Adrian does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Adrian is 18.3 km from San Francisco. The Adrian is 19 km from Oakland.
No, The Adrian does not have a pool onsite.
Tenderloin is known for: foodies, graffiti, diversity