Off topic: B&B in San Francisco
Thread poster: smorales30
| | smorales30
Local time: 01:08
English to Spanish
A few weeks ago I asked for Bed and Breakfasts in London. I had so many responses and so good that I am asking this same question for San Francisco. Any suggestions?
Sorry to give an indirect answer, but when travelling and planning travel, I have always had great results using the site www.tripadvisor.com. It is based on travellers telling the 'real' story about their experiences with hotels, b&bs atc, and I must say a lot of the places I had been to in the past (good and bad) matched up pretty well with what people said online. Contributors usually say who they are (couples/singles, young/old, here they're from etc.), which helps. I generally always check it now before booking travel, and I try and contribute when I can too. (It's a bit of a blue board for the hospitality industry!) They have loads of places in loads of countries.
Sorry if you already got this response elsewhere or already knew about it - I do think it's an invaluable travel resource!
Local time: 01:08
English to German
| For that hippie feeling || Feb 5, 2007 |
I spent my honeymoon here 8 years ago:
The cheapest rooms are USD 99 per night (double). Less if you stay longer than 3 days.
The rooms were nice an we loved the breakfast. And of course the hippie atmosphere.
| Check out a site || Feb 5, 2007 |
for SF hotels, a number of them downtown are around $70 per night in this slow season where decent breakfast is well within walking distance.
| B&B San Francisco || Feb 6, 2007 |
I live in SF and I generally use the Yelp site whenever I want to try a new place (the reviews are often accurate as they are written by customers). Here is the link:
If you need any other tip about SF, feel free to contact me and, of course, if you want someone to show you around, I would be glad to introduce you to this beautiful city.
[Edited at 2007-02-06 22:45]
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