The Inn San Francisco

Address: 943 South Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, California, 94110, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Mission District area of San Francisco, is near The Mission, Paxton Gate, Mission Cliffs, and North Beach Tours.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews The Inn San Francisco

      Loved The Inn San Francisco

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      My husband and I actually live in San Francisco just a couple of blocks away from The Inn San Francisco. We live in a Retro style home. Being a native from San Francisco, I wanted to spend the night in a beautiful historic victorian mansion in San Francisco. This B&B was one of thee best I have ever stayed in (and I have stayed in many). It is exceptionally elegant and the hosts are wonderful. The breakfast was very delicious. We will defintely stay there again for a local get away that makes us feel like royalty.

      Fabulous!

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      Recently my wife and I spent a night in the City to see our daughter get sworn in to practice law. We stayed at the Inn San Francisco, a wonderful B & B located in the Mission in a great old Victorian Mansion. The ambience was wonderful, the room positively delightful, and the hosts super. In all our travels world wide, I cannot remember a breakfast included in the price that could match this one! In a word: perfect! Do not hesitate to stay at the Inn San Francisco, our highest recommendation!! I wish we could have stayed many additional nights! Thanks Marty and Fred!!

      Absolutey Wonderful

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      We had originally planned to stayed here for 2 nights but the service and room was so good we stayed an exrta night. If you are looking for personal care this is the place to go, they go the extra mile. The staff were so helpful, provided parking and upgradeDs our room. We would recommend this hotel to anyone going to SanFfransisco.

      A wonderful place to stay in San Francisco

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      My wife and I stayed here for two days in June of 2005. We loved it. They upgraded us to a larger room which was very luxurious and comfortable. The breakfasts were great and the location was very convenient. We walked over to Delfina and had a wonderful meal. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It was a breeze to walk to the BART station and take it downtown. We'll definitely stay here again.

      Most Wonderful Time!!!

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      my boyfriend and I were in desperate need of a vacation together! Through

      a realtor we were guided to The Inn San Francisco! Having stayed in what I

      thought was the best place in San Francisco The ST. Frances I went expecting the typical B&B! What a surprise!! From the moment we entered the door we were treated like family! Alex the night manager was friendly and helpful! After a wonderful dinner chosen from the list of great places prepared for guests we hot tubbed and slid into a cozy bed! Breakfast was elegant and satisfying with wonderful company! We met Marty the next day along with his cute corgie marshmellow!!!! Intending to stay in Napa for the next three days we quickly changed plans to spend one more night at the Inn! Marty was glad to see us and gave us a beautiful upgrade treating us as if we were old friends!!! Because of our magnificent time my dreams of being married will come true! Perhaps we will spend our wedding night there! a special tribute to Maria our fabulous housekeeper! Bravo Marty and staff!!!

      R&T from New Jersey!!!

      RELAXING GET A WAY

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      My husband and I are highschool sweethearts. We stayed at the INN SAN FRANCISCO on our 2nd year anniversary(1996). I still had a curfew so we ended up only staying from 11am-1am. Till this day(2005) we still talk about that night how wonderful the service was because the staff was so friendly. When you're young they usually turn you down. But, they welcomed us right when we walked in. The rooms were so clean and pretty we didn't want to mess it up! They even had restraunts that delivered to the Inn. We ended up getting Japanese food. It was nice and relaxing because everything was there. We didn't have to worry about driving any where. All we worried about was being together. I recommend this hotel to anyone that just wants to relax and get away with their spouse. They also serve wine and cheese which I think is cool now. Back then I didn't care about that. I'm hoping to go back as soon as I find babysitters for our 2 kids =) It was such a rememberable Inn that we kept everything from the hotel such as the receipt, postcard they sent us and pictures!

      Meticulously maintained and managed B&B

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      My wife and I spent Christmas Eve night here...a spacious and faithfully restored room, enjoyed the 360 roof view of the city, hot tub and garderns and an excellent breakfast with cordial and accomodating hosts. Highly recommend for your stay in the city.

      THE Most Accomodating B&B

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      I recently had the good fortune to stay at the Inn San Francisco while attending a conference in San Francisco. Marti, and his entire staff went FAR "above and beyond the call of duty" to make my stay as superlative as it could be! The food was sublime, the room was delightfully Victorian, the view from the rooftop was breathtaking, and the garden and whirlpool unbelieveably relaxing. The price was reasonable, and certainly a great value. I almost hesitate to give this B&B such a rave review, as I would hate for it to be full the next time I attempt to make a reservation!

      Fantastic place!

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      I have been to San Francisco many times, for both business and pleasure. I stayed at the Inn San Francisco with my husband last summer while we were in town for a friend's wedding, and I have to say that it was spectacular. We arrived very late in the evening and were automatically upgraded to a bigger room with a private bathroom and were offered a glass of wine by the wonderfully charismatic host. The Inn San Francisco is stunning in both architectural and interior design. The morning breakfast is to die for, as well. I would recommend this place to anyone looking for an affordable, beautiful, comfortable, and romantic place to stay in San Francisco.

      Beautiful and Comfortable

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      This was by far the best room I've ever had, but of course it was the hot tub room. The hosts were great (thanks Marty!), the place was comfortable, and the breakfasts were great.

      I don't usually send this kind of money on a place to stay but my wife and I enjoyed it so much we are already planning our next trip. I highly recommned this to anyone looking for a special place to stay in SF.

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Inn San Francisco

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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