Geary Parkway Motel

4750 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, California, 94118, United States
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Holiday Appartment Rental / Hotels in San Francisco

by kerrytmartin

Hello all

I am planning a trip to San Francisco in April 2011 with two others, we will be there for about 6 days and have considered renting an appartment.

Does anyone have any resonably priced suggestions, suggested areas in San Francisco to stay or any other recomendations?

Many Thanks in advance

K

Re: Holiday Appartment Rental / Hotels in San Francisco

by goodfish

Kez, my husband and I have had very good luck with VRBO.com and Homeaway.com. They are both the same company, really, and we rented an apartment through them in SF on our trip last spring. Have also used them for Seattle, NY and Santa Fe.

The rentals are all individually owned so you deal with the OWNER and not VRBO/Homeaway - they are basically just the listing services. Look for listings with lots of reviews and pictures, and read the fine print carefully - some have additional cleaning fees and taxes, and some include those in the rate. Also, never, ever send cash for your downpayment: choose one that will take a credit card if possible. We have occasionally sent a check but only when the reviews were good enough to feel comfortable doing do.

We stayed in the SOMA area but there are other great locations around the city. Just stay away from the Civic Center/Tenderloin. Being close to a transit stop is also nice.

Re: Holiday Appartment Rental / Hotels in San Francisco

by Peelabananacoconut

I too was going to suggest VRBO. I have looked at places for several beach locations and find that actual owners are much more conscientious about taking care of their homes, responding to guests needs, etc.

Re: Holiday Appartment Rental / Hotels in San Francisco

by rkearns

try craigslist too. there are sublets for short term rentals.

Travel Tips for San Francisco

Best Neighborhood to Stay in San Francisco

by Consigliere99

The best neighborhood to stay in is a difficult. Each San Francisco neighborhood really has it's own personality.

1. Telegraph Hill. If you want a neighborhood that is really walkable, I would suggest Telegraph Hill. This is the most historic neighborhood in the city. The historic homes are nice and the neighborhood is very safe. It provides plenty of good restaurants, bars and shops. It is also very close to North Beach(#2). Broadway has a lot of nightclubs on the weekends. The problem with this area is there are no real major hotels except at the very touristy Fisherman's Wharf area. Your best bet is either a B&B or a vacation rental. Ginsburg and Kerouac used to stay in a flat on Montgomery street. Don't forget about the wild parrots that sing in the streets.

2. North Beach is the historic Italian neighborhood. Plenty of good restaurants, bars and boutiques. Everything is walkable. This is DiMaggio's old neighborhood.

3. Russian Hill - Not as close to downtown as North Beach but nice.
4. Hayes Valley - Not walking distance to the Financial District but it's a nice little oasis in the city.

If you are GLBT friendly, the Castro is the obvious choice. However, the whole city is tolerant and open minded.

The Haight is a nice neighborhood but it's far from downtown and requires a car. It also has a strong hippie aspect.

The vrbo's seem to be a great value compared to the Tenderloin and Union Square hotels you trip over bums to get to. Mocha's from Bittersweet, Crustacean Crab, House of Prime Rib, Kara's Cupcakes, Blue Bottle, Mama's

Wine Country

by texaslloyd

We spent and additional 3 days at Pismo Beach in Central CA. While there we toured local
wineries (this was an outing during our family reunion). Even if you don't like wine, you can still appreciate the beauty of the well manicured winery (just ask Kelly...not a wine fan). As mentioned, we also drove HWY 1, beautiful. Please note that mapquest said 1 1/2 hours, but the drive was 3 hours (due to the 2 lane narrow winding roads). We opted to take the 101 on the way back to San Fran.

Scenic Drive

by AmericanBoy

If you happen to have an extra day in San Francisco (and if the sun is shining)... Drive south on Rt 1 for about an hour. The road winds along the coastline and the views are fantastic. You can even stop and take a cheesey picture like I did. Hopefully the wind won't blow up your shirt and make you look like the stay-puff marshmallow man....

There's always something to do...

by AndreasK

There's always something to do in North Beach, and much of the activity involves eating. The area is jam packed with cafes, restaurants, and bakeries, each one more appealing than the next. Years ago there really was a beach in North Beach. At the time of the Gold Rush the bay extended into the hollow between Russian and Telegraph Hills, though today landfill has pushed the waterfront farther north. The name North Beach stayed behind and came to denote a one-square-mile area settled by Italians who came to San Francisco after the gold rush and went into the fishing and produce business. Today North Beach is one of the city's most cosmopolitan neighborhoods. Its traditional Italian heritage shows on the picture.

see mission area;mexican...

by michelangelo

see mission area;mexican area:during the d great paintings on the walls and nice coffee shops
during the nights great bars and restaurants
Pacific heights for the view
chinatown for the exotic;though very touristic really multi cultural

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Address: 4750 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, California, 94118, United States