Free parking in a really great, walkable area of the city! That's the best selling point really - and it really was a great location for walking to Fisherman's wharf and the whole Pier 39 area and it was easy to uber around if you didn't want to have to find parking elsewhere. However, either the walls are very thin or people are really loud in this area. We woke up during the nights a couple times from loud traffic and people yelling. You know it's rough when they leave you earplugs as a welcome gift ;) but it was still tolerable as long as you're aware of it and the place was clean and very convenient! Still would recommend.
Traveller from Baltimore, MD
Francisco Bay Inn is on Lombard Street, world-famous for its “crooked” block that features 8 hairpin turns. Guests can easily …More
Great location, good breakfast included, steps/ walking distance to major attractions, including food and restaurants, clean and quiet, Caribbean’s like look and atmosphere, will come again next time visiting SF.
Traveller from Vancouver, Canada
Bordering the city's Cow Hollow and Marina districts, this cheerful hotel is three blocks from Fort Mason and Marina Green, a …More
"Walking distance to Pier 39 and Fishermans Wharf"
Arrived a bit late, the receptionist was very helpful and suggested some eateries around the corner. Found an awesome little mexican boritto shop. Room was clean although small. Not a problem for us as we only slept there!! Ask for top floor room as the ceiling/floor between is paper thin. Has car parking which was a big plus for us. Would stay again.
Traveller from Australia
Located in Marina District, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Mexican Museum, Lombard Street, and Palace of Fine Arts …More
"Second time at this hotel, even better this time"
My husband and I stayed here in 2012 and thought the room was clean and basic but that's what we were expecting. We loved the proximity to the marina and the fact that it has free wifi, mini fridge, and free parking. This time was even better (2016). We got an updated room with nice laminate flooring and stone countertops, also we had a nice street view of Lombard and was able to open the window for the breeze and background city noise (if ur into that). They offer free breakfast and the little patio is nice to sit on while having coffee with a nice city and water view. It's no Ritz but I love this little hotel..ESPECIALLY for the price, that's why we came back again. 👍🏼
Traveller from Bakersfield, CA
Located in Marina District, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Presidio Theater and Palace of Fine Arts. Lombard Street and …More
This hotel is quite small compared to most we've stayed at. The rooms are small but ample and the beds are fairly comfortable. The sheets and towels were very clean and new looking but the bedskirts and extra bed linens were in a serious need of a cleaning. Their color is yellow so they show every little stain. Our biggest issue was parking. They say free parking, which is true, but it's first come first serve. There are 25 rooms and I believe we counted only 15 parking spots (this includes the two hidden back behind the pizza place). Luckily we were able to have parking both nights we were there. Otherwise you have to find acceptable street parking.
Traveller from Portland, OR
Located in Marina District, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Presidio Theater and Palace of Fine Arts. Lombard Street …More
Pocket Guide: San Francisco Marina District Hotels
Within foghorn distance of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Marina District offers many postcard-worthy moments. Visit the Palace of Fine Arts, a beaux-arts-style monument popular with locals and visitors alike. Fly a kite at Crissy Field or gaze out upon the water. Fort Mason, a former Army outpost, now hosts festivals and events. And fill up; the Marina has plenty of restaurants and bistros.