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City Center Inn & Suites San Francisco

1 Stars

240 7th Street San Francisco CA 94103-4004


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Cleanliness 3
Facilities 1
Service 1
Location 3
Pricing 1
Overall 3.8
With downtown affordable accommodations within easy access to must-go area landmarks, City Center Inn & Suites San Francisco makes for a suitable place to stay for business and leisure travellers on a tight budget. While on a San Francisco holiday, vacationers can explore the lively Fisherman's Wharf and Chinatown. Holidaymakers can also go shopping at Union Square and Westfield San Francisco Centre.

Location
City Center Inn & Suites is located on 7th Street in the heart of San Francisco SOMA district, close to Civic Center/UN Plaza BART Station. Tourists should not miss viewing the Golden Gate Bridge and strolling across the verdant Golden Gate Park.

Rooms
The 68 comfortable rooms and suites are furnished with individual air conditioning/heating, high-speed wireless Internet access, cable TV, coffeemaker, iron/ironing board, alarm clock radio and hairdryer. Rollaway bed is available (fees apply).

Restaurant
City Center Inn San Francisco serves hearty continental breakfast for an added charge. Restaurants and cafes are just nearby for other dining needs.

General
City Center Inn & Suites San Francisco offers 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, safe deposit box at the reception and meeting room that can hold up to 75 persons. The smoke-free inn also provides parking, baggage handling/storage, laundry facilities, sightseeing tour and airport shuttle for a nominal fee.

Hotel Facilities

  • Banquet Facilities
  • Conference Facilities
  • Reception
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Cafe
  • Parking Facilities
  • Room Service

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Modem / Data Port Connection
  • Telephone
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Heating
  • Radio
  • Voicemail
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities

City Center Inn & Suites San Francisco Guest Reviews (5)


City Center Inn & Suites San Francisco
3 out of 5

Make no mistake: this place is on the lower end of the quality spectrum. However, what it lacks in sparkle, it makes up for in convenience. I'm a gay man traveling into San Francisco for Folsom. It's perfectly located for attending that event. It is simply a place to sleep and shower, not lounge or relax in. However, the long walk to Market Street and BART makes it difficult if you have lots of luggage. The 19 bus does run down 7th, but it might too crowded for luggage. But if you travel lightly and want to save some money, this is one the cheapest hotels in the SOMA district. However, because of the homeless people/beggars in the streets (especially on Market), I don't recommend families or the timid stay here. The king bed room was quite small and cramped, but it was fine for me as a single traveler. The power outlets were surprisingly plentiful and easy to get to for running laptops, charging cameras, and running a cpap. Room 230 had great access to their free wi-fi this year, but it has been spotty in the past. The shower is also especially nice, though the tub in room 230 leaked, so put down the shower towel/mat. The nice water pressure and temperature remained constant, which is how I judge most hotel rooms, though it did take a bit for the water to warm up. The other big plus for this hotel is the air conditioner. Being from the hot, humid south, AC is a requirement. Most of the cheaper hotels in SF do not have AC. That may be fine for those use to living in a city, but street sounds are too irritating to those use to living in the quieter suburbs or rural areas. Being able to close the windows and use an AC is fantastic. Wearing earplugs is still necessary though. Unfortunately, the AC in room 230 wasn't working as well as it should have. I simply put up with it instead of changing rooms. The AC in other rooms on previous stays have all worked fine. One small complaint is the hold charge they put on your credit/debit card for incidentals/damage deposit. They don't mention this in their description, and can be quite a shock if you're not expecting it. It's especially annoying if you've pre-paid here through Orbitz. Overall, I would gladly recommend the Knight's Inn to anyone wanting an inexpensive place to sleep in the SOMA district. It's location is perfect for the leather crowd attending Folsom. Conversely, single female travelers or families should avoid it. The AC and nice shower make it a great value for the single traveler needing to save funds. I've stayed here for 3 years running, and plan to return next year.

BDSMrichness wrote on October 5, 2011


City Center Inn & Suites San Francisco
3 out of 5

elevator work so slow either up or downin coffee pot in the labby out of order in my entire stay of three days the meneger does not bother to fix it

no wrote on August 10, 2011


City Center Inn & Suites San Francisco
3.4 out of 5

Great location and good price. The room was very dirty and small and there I had the worst coffee ever! It's ok for a few days but don't stay longer.

Anonymous wrote on November 14, 2007


City Center Inn & Suites San Francisco
2.4 out of 5

Bad Smell in room. Coffee Machine is very dirty.

Sakrapee Puengrung wrote on April 28, 2007


City Center Inn & Suites San Francisco
3 out of 5

location is not very good, it is quite far from the main attractions and difficult to get a taxi.

Anonymous wrote on December 20, 2006


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3.8 out of 5
Cleanliness3 out of 5
Facilities1 out of 5
Service1 out of 5
Location3 out of 5
Pricing1 out of 5

City Center Inn & Suites San Francisco Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

Make no mistake: this place is on the lower end of the quality spectrum. However, what it lacks in sparkle, it makes up for in convenience. I'm a gay man traveling into San Francisco for Folsom. It's perfectly located for attending that event. It is simply a place to sleep and shower, not lounge or relax in. However, the long walk to Market Street and BART makes it difficult if you have lots of luggage. The 19 bus does run down 7th, but it might too crowded for luggage. But if you travel lightly and want to save some money, this is one the cheapest hotels in the SOMA district. However, because of the homeless people/beggars in the streets (especially on Market), I don't recommend families or the timid stay here. The king bed room was quite small and cramped, but it was fine for me as a single traveler. The power outlets were surprisingly plentiful and easy to get to for running laptops, charging cameras, and running a cpap. Room 230 had great access to their free wi-fi this year, but it has been spotty in the past. The shower is also especially nice, though the tub in room 230 leaked, so put down the shower towel/mat. The nice water pressure and temperature remained constant, which is how I judge most hotel rooms, though it did take a bit for the water to warm up. The other big plus for this hotel is the air conditioner. Being from the hot, humid south, AC is a requirement. Most of the cheaper hotels in SF do not have AC. That may be fine for those use to living in a city, but street sounds are too irritating to those use to living in the quieter suburbs or rural areas. Being able to close the windows and use an AC is fantastic. Wearing earplugs is still necessary though. Unfortunately, the AC in room 230 wasn't working as well as it should have. I simply put up with it instead of changing rooms. The AC in other rooms on previous stays have all worked fine. One small complaint is the hold charge they put on your credit/debit card for incidentals/damage deposit. They don't mention this in their description, and can be quite a shock if you're not expecting it. It's especially annoying if you've pre-paid here through Orbitz. Overall, I would gladly recommend the Knight's Inn to anyone wanting an inexpensive place to sleep in the SOMA district. It's location is perfect for the leather crowd attending Folsom. Conversely, single female travelers or families should avoid it. The AC and nice shower make it a great value for the single traveler needing to save funds. I've stayed here for 3 years running, and plan to return next year.

Review by: BDSMrichness
Date stayed October 5, 2011

3 out of 5

elevator work so slow either up or downin coffee pot in the labby out of order in my entire stay of three days the meneger does not bother to fix it

Review by: no
Date stayed August 10, 2011

3.4 out of 5

Great location and good price. The room was very dirty and small and there I had the worst coffee ever! It's ok for a few days but don't stay longer.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed November 14, 2007

2.4 out of 5

Bad Smell in room. Coffee Machine is very dirty.

Review by: Sakrapee Puengrung
Date stayed April 28, 2007

3 out of 5

location is not very good, it is quite far from the main attractions and difficult to get a taxi.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 20, 2006

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