I only stayed one night, it was decent over all. The bathroom was bigger than I expected and very clean. The bed is not that great, the springs in the mattress stab you and get stuck. The parking kind of sucks, I parked on the backside so that I didn't have to give them my keys, because they double park in the front. Probably don't stay here if you are a very light sleeper because people were running down the halls and being super loud all night. Over all, it was pretty decent. The guy at the front desk was very chill and inviting, he also had a great sense of humor which doesn't hurt.
Traveller from Fresno, Ca
Francisco Bay Inn is on Lombard Street, world-famous for its “crooked” block that features 8 hairpin turns. Guests can easily …More
Convenient to amenities, close to attractions, Reasonable priced for location. Free parking. Good free wifi, modest but good breakfast. Rooms can be a bit brighter, new carpet and a fresh coat of paint will improve its age. Shower head a bit week, air condition loud,
Traveller from toronto, canada
Located in San Francisco's Marina district, this revamped 1960's-style motor inn is the closest hotel to the Golden Gate …More
This hotel has great accommodations for the price. They offer free breakfast and parking (Free parking in the Bay area!) and their rooms are very modern. The only cons are the thin walls (but if you turn on the fan, it blocks out all the outdoor noises) and the room is a bit cramped.
I would highly recommend this place, especially since it is walking distance to the Pier and other sites.
Traveller from Bakersfield
Located in Marina District, this inn is within a 10-minute walk of Fort Mason and Ghirardelli Square. Lombard Street and …More
Though it says Motel but it had better clean room bed and toiletries like good hotel. Plus point it has parking which is hard to find in SFO which was a good help. Complimentary breakfast to start your day. Can't complain. It passed its name as motel provide hotel type room and service. Would definitely recommend and come back again.
Traveller from New York
Located in Cow Hollow, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Fort Mason, Palace of Fine Arts, and Lombard Street. Ghirardelli …More
We had an impromptu 2 daystay in San Francisco but as most travelers to the city know, it can be quite expensive for lodgings. This was no exception. There was a big convention of soft ware companies in town that almost tripled the hotel prices, so Travelodge was not our first choice, but offered one of the more reasonable prices. Shout out to Blanca at the registration desk who got us a room in the back of their 2nd building that was roomy and quiet - a real feat considering it was located on busy Lombard St! The beds were comfortable and bedding new. The bathrooms were adequate and the facilities were very clean. The maids had forgotten to put cups in the room and WiFi was not very strong, breakfast was nothing to write home about - my only complaints. But the last two were "free" (considering room price). Location was great. We walked to the Fisherman's Wharf and back without problem. They have parking on an open lot and in a garage. There was a $17 day fee but really reasonable considering the $50/day charges other hotels charge.
Traveller from Roseville, CA
This San Francisco hotel is 2.5 blocks from The Crookedest Street in the World and within walking distance of Fisherman's …More
This is not an hotel for someone who wants a full service hotel. But it was perfect for our trip to San Francisco. Only a short walk to the marina where you get great views of the Golden Gate Bridge. We found it within 5-10 mins walk of the bus stop which we used although there is one closer. An added bonus was a sports bar less than two minutes away for late night drinks.
Traveller from mexborough
Located in Cow Hollow, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Crissy Field and Palace of Fine Arts. Lombard Street and …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.