Metro Hotel

Address: 319 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, California, 94117, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Alamo Square area of San Francisco, is near Alamo Square, Market Street Railway, The Coastal Trail, and Queen Anne Victorians.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMetro Hotel San Francisco

    Reviewed by maja.dwulit

    Bardzo fajne miejsce

    Reviewed Aug 25, 2014
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    Bardzo ladny, czysty pokój, mila obsluga dogodny dojazd w kazde miejsce San Francisco

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by stephen.sandra

    A gem!

    Reviewed Jul 13, 2013
    by (3 reviews) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

    Great little hotel in lovely neighbourhood, really friendly owners, room 110 is amazing! really spacious, 3 double beds. A lot of hotel for a very small price.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Metro Hotel San Francisco

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from San Francisco

    California Dreamin'

    A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Feb 12, 2015

    15 photos

    ... br>
    "who be Michael Bell" Asked the guard (which I thought was obvious, given Anna is a woman)

    I raised my hand and then was told that I needed to go a separate way to Anna as there was a problem of some sort. Instantly I felt an overwhelming urge to confess that I was a notorious VHS thief and that I should face the chair, but I held my tongue. I wondered whether my past had caught up with me and was told by two guards to sit in a bench behind a screen. ...

    Ridin' the rails on the "California Zephyr"

    A travel blog entry by mnkschultz on Nov 30, 2014

    28 photos

    ... the whole 52 hr. journey choose to break their journey for a day or so in Denver.

    By now we were approaching the mountains and there was some snow on the ground, but it was lovely sunny weather. As we started across the mountains I was following our route on "Google Maps" and was surprised to see that we were following a circuitous track. In the end, I realised that the train can't go right through the mountains like a road can - it needs a much more ...

    A pedal to remember.....

    A travel blog entry by getcracken on Nov 07, 2014

    4 comments, 41 photos

    ... neatly between my esophagus and throat for the entire climb. On the way back across the bridge, they had opened a lane up just for cyclists, so I could zoom across full speed ahead without looking down for fear I may pass out :). I found a beautiful cemetery nestled at the foot of the bridge on the other side, and from there I kept going and made my way into an area known as the Presidio, it's an old naval area with some beautifully restored barracks, ...

    Trip up the Pacific highway

    A travel blog entry by josh-and-abbie on Aug 05, 2014

    2 comments, 198 photos

    ... and low lying sea mist. As the day wore on we were treated to an array of sights, such as Hearst castle and the Bixby bridge. However with our fuel gauge dwindling it was time to leave the best drive of our lives behind and settle down in Monterey for the night.

    As a new week started and Monday 14th was upon us, we were destined to stay with Abbie's second cousin, Sara, and her family. First we had a date with Monterey aquarium. Here we saw the Penguin ...

    California, here I come.

    A travel blog entry by pennyjalmer on Aug 03, 2014

    9 photos

    Well, I have safely arrived in San Francisco (must remember to use the full name) and am still a bit jet-lagged. I was lucky enough to score a 'broken' seat next to me on the plane so I was already more comfortable than the rest of the economy travellers. No sleeping pills or booze though and the 13 hours took its toll, but at least I didn't arrive drowsy. Thank goodness for my US citizenship and skipping the MASSIVE immigration line. I ...