Nob Hill Motor Inn

Address: 1630 Pacific Ave, San Francisco, California, 94109, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located in the Fisherman's Wharf - North Beach area of San Francisco, is near San Francisco Opera, Union Street, Haas - Lilienthal House, and America's Best Bus Company Tours.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNob Hill Motor Inn San Francisco

    Reviewed by selina-mario

    Super Hotel für wenig Geld

    Reviewed Sep 11, 2013
    by (7 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

    Alles sauber, Mega nettes Personal, Free Parking, Internet, coffe/tea :) und Frühstück und über hotwire für 112$ im DZ

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Nob Hill Motor Inn San Francisco

    What a gem!

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    Great hotel! Immaculate. Large, comfortable room. Great restaurant recommendations and easy walking from motel. Highly recommend!

    Great location, great management

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    I found this hotel and the internet, read the reviews, and found out for myself they are true. The managers are so friendly and helpful, the location is great. You can walk to many places in the city, the property is clean, parking is free and great for a family. Rooms are a good size. I would not depend on the advertised continental breakfast, but that it insignificant compared to the other features. We would go back there again--highly recommend it.

    Great value

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    This hotel is great for its value. (Parking is free!) It is in a safe area. The room is clean, service is great. It is close to all public transportion. The owners are extremely friendly and helpful. They told us where to go and where not to go and also recommended a few very nice restaurants. The only problem we have was the noisy footsteps we heard from the people upstairs.

    Good Hotel - Great Value

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    I read about this Motel on this site and as noted it lived up to the reviews. We enjoyed our stay here and the Motel is in a good location for seeing San Francisco. Word to the wise, however, make sure you empty your car of any possessions. Even though the neighborhood looked good our car was broken into. I would still recommend the hotel!!

    Perfect place to stay in SF!

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    What a great little hotel! My wife and I stayed for 4 fun-filled days at the end of July and enjoyed every minute. The free parking is really great and the location of the hotel is ultra-convenient to pretty much every tourist attraction in town. The rooms are clean and big. The area is quiet and safe at night. The next time I'm in SF, I'll definitely stay here again!! Thanks guys!!

    Beautiful Hotel!

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    Everything was perfect...the room, location, staff, it even has free parking!

    Great treasure!

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    What a great treasure our family discovered!!! We were on a family road trip of Northern California for Spring Break. San Francisco being one of our destinations. Fortunately, with less than a 24 hr. notice, we were able to book a room at Nob Hill Motor Inn. We discovered a "hidden paradise" in a concrete jungle. ;-) Very clean, quiet, atrium-like setting with great parking and very friendly management. Within walking distance of the beginning of the cable-car at the west end of the city. Yahoo! We had 2 adults and 2 12 yr. old kids with us and they had a great time. Thanks to the AAA Tour Book, we found this great motel.

    A good value

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    I read about this Motel on this site and as noted it lived up to the reviews. We enjoyed our stay here and the Motel is in a good location for seeing San Francisco. - Griff

    Good location, great owners!

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    I found this hotel to have many great things going for it, the best of which are the friendly and down-to-earth owners, Frank & Judy, who gave my friend and I good tips on restaurants around the neighborhood (which are fairly copious) and all the public transit info we needed to get around SF successfully. Another thing I appreciated was the location. It's conveniently sandwiched between the Wharf and the popular downtown destinations (Civic Center, Union Square, etc.) so that you can access both via cable car (just a short walk to the Powell/Hyde line!) during the day and still return to a quieter haven for sleeping at night. Overall our stay was great: the neighborhood was quiet, the room was clean, and the price was better than average. Even considering minor flaws (a broken coffee pot) there was nothing truly regretable about this place (a quick call to the office, and Frank had a new pot in minutes). I would stay here again in a heartbeat!

    Free Parking / Great Service - Awesome.

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    My wife and I were up in SF to watch the 49ers / Rams game and found this hotel on TripAdvisor. The service and rooms were top-notch and the location was safe, close to public transportation and the major sites. Best of all, the rates were very reasonable especially considering they offer free parking to guests (didn't find that anywhere else i looked). I give it two thumbs up.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Nob Hill Motor Inn San Francisco

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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