Travelodge San Francisco At The Presidio

2755 Lombard Street, San Francisco, California, 94123, United States
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Hotels in San Francisco

by KetchMeIfYouKan

Looking to spend about 5 or 6 days in San Francisco around the middle of May.
Can anyone recommend a hotel (preferably budget hotel) that has good access to Public Transportation (i will not be renting a car)... so access to public transortation is important. Looking for lower cost hotels... as long as it is CLEAN ... dont need large or fancy room.
thank your for any suggestions.

Re: Hotels in San Francisco

by travelgourmet

A good area between the Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman's Wharf that has great public transportation is Lombard St in the Marina District. The only drawback is that it is a busy street, so get a room away from the street. Hotel/motels line this area. See the websites:

Transportation SF Muni site: http://www.sfmta.com/cms/mhome/home50.htm

Resonably priced Motel website: http://www.sftravel.com/bgt.html

Re: Hotels in San Francisco

by JorgeMacapugay

It depends, on where you want to stay. I lived in SF and went to school there before coming back to Manila. San Francisco is one of the most invigoratingly quaint cities in the world. There are a lot of hotels in the suburbian area near the airport, but not much public transpo, like the Marriot near Burlingame-San Bruno SF International Airport area. Downtown is where you would want to stay for all the public transpo. I get the feeling you want to stay in the city itself, there are not many inexpensive decent ones. St. Francis on the Square is my favorite, but quite expensive. Take a look at the Yellow Pages on line for that city. Don't forget: you must visit Chestnut & Castro Streets,the pier, the Bridge, and across to San Rafael (and abut a dozen other spots)! Sorry I could not give you more specifics

Re: Hotels in San Francisco

by lifesaver888

check it out at www.booking.com or www.hotelclub.com.These websites will give you specific details about hotels and whats nearby.Hope this helps. :)

Re: Hotels in San Francisco

by vtveen

At Lombard Street, but as far as I can see, on a rather quiet part: Travelodge Presidio. Nearby some bus stops and restaurants.
Most probably we will make a reservation one of these days.

happy travels
Jaap

Re: Hotels in San Francisco

by Rixie

The Cow Hollow Inn on Lombard Street has decent rooms and reasonable rates. www.cowhollowmotorinn.com

The 45 Union-Stockton bus runs along Union Street, which is three blocks from Lombard, parallel to it, and will take you to North Beach, Chinatown, and Union Square.

Travel Tips for San Francisco

San Francisco Bay Tour, Part I

by Martin_S.

San Franciscians know they have a beautiful bay and you should go see it. Of course the most amazing landmark of San Francisco is the best known bridge in America, the Golden Gate Bridge. You can see in in the early morning fog..or was it the afternoon fog, well maybe I am forgetful and it was the afternoon fog, but that is not important, it is worth a see anytime. You also on the Bay Tour get to see the fantastic skyline and maybe even a few friendly seals and pelicans.

Get a Muni Pass

by 3Tornado

You will save a lot of time if you pick up one of the 3 or 7 day MUNI passes. You can ride the MUNI subway, F-Line street cars, buses and all the Cable cars.

The 7-day pass is a particulary good bargin. Get a pass and avoid waiting in line for tickets or digging for change.

Chinatown

by furioso

A few blocks north of Union Square is Chinatown, the most densely packed pocket of the city and one of its most colorful. The tacky curio shops along Grant Avenue are monuments to the role tourism plays in the neighborhood, but the 30,000 Chinese - most of whom speak Cantonese as their first language - live in a tightly knit, distinctly un-Western community. It's a great place for casual wandering through narrow alleys, where on quiet afternoons you can hear the clack of mah jongg tiles from behind screen doors. The most colorful time to visit Chinatown is during the Chinese New Year in late January or early February, with a parade and fireworks and other festivities.

Take the ferry from the Ferry...

by deniseol

Take the ferry from the Ferry Terminal to Sausalito during sunset. Bring a jacket. It is incredible to be standing on the ferry and sailing by the Golden Gate Bridge while the sun is setting. The city is alive! There is always something going on.

When visiting San Fancisco, I...

by ppotts

When visiting San Fancisco, I would highly recommend going to the waterfront. Plenty of shops and seafood to go around for everyone! And please take your picture with the sea lions!! Also, try and find your way down Lombard Street...and take turns driving down the winding road! It's lots of fun!! I loved walking around the Palace of Fine Arts!

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Address: 2755 Lombard Street, San Francisco, California, 94123, United States