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13br Other
  • Swimming Pool
The eco-glamp camps can be pitched at top travel hot spots throughout Northern California such as Mendocino, Hidden Lakes, Yosemite, Monterey, and Wine Country, just to name a few. The region is renowned for its dramatic variety of landscapes, weather and ecosystem. Sea and coastal areas, rugged mountains, sagebush scrublands, deserts, wild torrents,and fresh lakes contribute to its unique natural treasures.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
t makes easy to get anywere. This is the ideal location for visitors to explore San Francisco and having a central located home. Businesspeople also will love it if they are looking for a place away from the hustle of downtown but still convenient to get there with only a few tram stops, you can even walk to downtown. For those having meetings in Sillicon Valley, the Highway 101 exit is just two blocks from here. The master bedroom has a queen size bed. The bathroom features a nice shower-tub. The fully equipped kitchen is very convenient. Plenty of appliances, full fridge and gas stove. All the utensils for cooking and preparing meals are provided. The living Room & dining Room are shared in the same open space with the kitchen. The sofa can convert to a flat queen size bed for two extra guests. As all our properties high speed wireless internet is provided. The TV has basic channels. The apartment is central, clean and with everything you need to have a relaxing and enjoyable stay in San Francisco. LOCATION DESCRIPTION NEIGHBORHOOD: Located on the border of MISSION, HAYES VALLEY and SOMA neighborhoods. The three most trendy areas in the city! It is very central with easy access to Downtown or Castro via Muni (SF subway, only 2 stops away!) light train, bus or even within walking distance. You will be in the middle of the trendy shops and bars of the Hayes Valley, the new tech companies of SOMA and the melting pot of the Mission. MISSION. The Mission has the best weather in the city, especially around this block. It is frequently warm and sunny when the rest of the city can be cold and foggy. In addition to that, it is less windy than many neighborhoods. Residents in the Mission are incredibly diverse. Artists, street people, professionals and the general SF lot mix. Its gentrification is making it one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city. HAYES VALLEY. This San Francisco vacation rental is located in the heart of Hayes Valley. Unlike some other parts of San Francisco, Hayes Valley has managed to retain a sense of community and a nonexclusive feel despite the fast build-up and high price tags. Some of the businesses that braved the less-than-savory days are still around, such as the Hayes Street Grill, now twice its original size. But many of the shops sprouted up in the '90s, making Hayes Valley a real destination spot. The combination results in a wide diversity in clientele. While high-end San Franciscans sip $7 cocktails at Absinthe, down the street many are powering down an entire meal for around the same price at Flipper's. Now, tourists also head here specifically for the shopping, for one-of-a-kinds like a buffalo-leather chair or an exclusive Sue Wong Art Deco gown. The Hayes Valley commercial sector is young in age, but adult in style. As a destination, it serves theater and symphony patrons as well as high-end fashion and furnishing shoppers. SOMA: South of Market is a huge district, sprawling from the Embarcadero to Eleventh Street, between Market and Townsend. The neighborhood is a patchwork of warehouses, swanky nightspots, residential hotels, art spaces, loft apartments, furniture showrooms and the notorious Internet companies. Although a lot of building has gone on in recent years, it is still not densely developed. You can walk several desolate blocks before suddenly finding a hopping restaurant. Most of the action can be found in three general areas: by South Park and the Giants ballpark, around the SF MOMA and Yerba Buena gardens, and over by Folsom and Eleventh Street. SoMa, as it's known, sounds a little like a SoHo wannabe, and it does have a strong downtown vibe.   PARKING SITUATION Parking lot included in the same building. The spot is not covered against the rain. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION & DISTANCES Union Square is 1.4 miles away from the property: By car or taxi: 10 min. By public transportation: 12 min. Take Muni lines L, M, N, J, T or F direction downtown and stop at Powell St. Walking distance: 25 min. The Moscone Center is 1.5 miles away from the property: By car or taxi: 8 min. By public transportation: 15 min. Take Muni lines L, M, N, J, T or F direction downtown and stop at Powell St. Walking distance: 27 min. Fisherman's Warf is 2.7 miles away from the property: By car or taxi: 13 min. By public transportation: 28 min. Take the Bus #47 or #49 direction Fisherman’s Wharf and stop there. The SFO Airport is 13.4 miles away from the property: By car or taxi: 21 min. You can also book a shuttle service. By public transportation: 50 min. Take BART at the airport direction East Bay, and stop at Civic City Center. Then transfer to Muni and take line K, L, M, N, J or F outbound and stop at Van Ness. GORCERIES NEARBY Safeway - 2020 Market Street Empire Liquors - 1859 Market Street Delessio Market and Bakery - 1695 Market Street
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION This centrally located apartment has one comfortable bedroom with nice French doors facing to a cozy living room with lots of natural light facing a very quiet street. It has also a separate kitchen with seating area perfect for your meals after a long day of easy city exploring. It is located in the geographic center of the city and that makes easy to get anywhere. This is the ideal location for visitors to explore San Francisco and having central located home base. Businesspeople also will love it if they are looking for a place away from the hustle of downtown but still convenient to get there with only a few tram stops, you can even walk to the financial district and downtown. For those having meetings in Silicon Valley, the Highway 101 exit is just two blocks from here. The master bedroom has a queen tall size bed. The bathroom en-suite features a nice shower. The fully equipped kitchen is very convenient. Plenty of appliances, full fridge and gas stove. All the utensils for cooking and preparing meals are provided. The living Room & dining Room are shared in the same open space with the kitchen. The sofa can convert to an almost full size bed for one extra guest or two little kids. The bedroom and living room are separate with glassed French doors with curtain. As all our properties high speed wireless internet is provided. The TV has basic channels. The apartment is central, clean and with everything you need to have a relaxing and enjoyable stay in San Francisco. LOCATION DESCRIPTION NEIGHBORHOOD: Located on the border of MISSION, HAYES VALLEY and SOMA neighborhoods. The three trendiest areas in the city! It is very central with easy access to Downtown or Castro via Muni (SF subway, only 2 stops away!) light train, bus or even within walking distance. You will be in the middle of the trendy shops and bars of the Hayes Valley, the new tech companies of SOMA and the melting pot of the Mission. MISSION. The Mission has the best weather in the city, especially around this block. It is frequently warm and sunny when the rest of the city can be cold and foggy. In addition to that, it is less windy than many neighborhoods. Residents in the Mission are incredibly diverse. Artists, street people, professionals and the general SF lot mix. Its gentrification is making it one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city. HAYES VALLEY. This San Francisco vacation rental is located in the heart of Hayes Valley. Unlike some other parts of San Francisco, Hayes Valley has managed to retain a sense of community and a nonexclusive feel despite the fast build-up and high price tags. Some of the businesses that braved the less-than-savory days are still around, such as the Hayes Street Grill, now twice its original size. But many of the shops sprouted up in the '90s, making Hayes Valley a real destination spot. The combination results in a wide diversity in clientele. While high-end San Franciscans sip $7 cocktails at Absinthe, down the street many are powering down an entire meal for around the same price at Flipper's. Now, tourists also head here specifically for the shopping, for one-of-a-kinds like a buffalo-leather chair or an exclusive Sue Wong Art Deco gown. The Hayes Valley commercial sector is young in age, but adult in style. As a destination, it serves theater and symphony patrons as well as high-end fashion and furnishing shoppers. SOMA: South of Market is a huge district, sprawling from the Embarcadero to Eleventh Street, between Market and Townsend. The neighborhood is a patchwork of warehouses, swanky nightspots, residential hotels, art spaces, loft apartments, furniture showrooms and the notorious Internet companies. Although a lot of building has gone on in recent years, it is still not densely developed. You can walk several desolate blocks before suddenly finding a hopping restaurant. Most of the action can be found in three general areas: by South Park and the Giants ballpark, around the SF MOMA and Yerba Buena gardens, and over by Folsom and Eleventh Street. SoMa, as it's known, sounds a little like a SoHo wannabe, and it does have a strong downtown vibe. PARKING SITUATION There is no parking in the building. Street parking is free but limited to two hours during the day and free at night. There is no need for a car with this location. You are literally 15 minutes away from most of the San Francisco landmarks. Parking lot nearby: 1707 Market Street - San Francisco Central Travelodge - $17/day PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION & DISTANCES Union Square is 1.4 miles away from the property: By car or taxi: 10 min. By public transportation: 12 min. Take Muni lines L, M, N, J, T or F direction downtown and stop at Powell St. Walking distance: 25 min. The Moscone Center is 1.5 miles away from the property: By car or taxi: 8 min. By public transportation: 15 min. Take Muni lines L, M, N, J, T or F direction downtown and stop at Powell St. Walking distance: 27 min. Fisherman's Warf is 2.7 miles away from the property: By car or taxi: 13 min. By public transportation: 28 min. Take the Bus #47 or #49 direction Fisherman’s Wharf and stop there. The SFO Airport is 13.4 miles away from the property: By car or taxi: 21 min. You can also book a shuttle service. By public transportation: 50 min. Take BART at the airport direction East Bay, and stop at Civic City Center. Then transfer to Muni and take line K, L, M, N, J or F outbound and stop at Van Ness. GORCERIES NEARBY Safeway - 2020 Market Street Empire Liquors - 1859 Market Street Delessio Market and Bakery - 1695 Market Street
Shared Room
Excellent
3 reviews
1br Shared Room
  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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Bedroom
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The SpacePlease read FAQs below for more info. Most questions will be answered here. Enjoy your stay at my tastefully furnished second floor private room, close to all transportation—Union Square is within walking distance—in downtown SF (SoMa). … apartment includes: - Only steps away from award-winning and trendy restaurants, coffeehouses, Moscone Convention Center, 11th street nightlife, music venues, all buses and rails. I can provide a detailed map of all nearby amenities, points of interest and local favorites. Is your place available when I will be in SF? How do I get there? Check my calendar; if it's listed as available feel free to book it. The only caveat is that if there is another guest checking in the next day, check out has to be by 11AM in order for the cleaning folks to have time to get it ready. My place is a $35 cab ride from SFO, $8 on BART to the Civic center station which is 2 blocks away. Interaction with GuestsHappy to answer questions and help out if needed! The NeighborhoodWhat's the neighborhood like? If you've never been to SF you might be taken aback by the number of homeless people throughout the city. This is a main thoroughfare for transportation and it's like any modern city downtown. I never feel unsafe, but there's a lot of activity. SoMa is known for catering to, er exotic tastes. So if you're here towards the end of September you'll experience Folsom Street Fair, and there's a thriving S&M/leather community, so there's some pretty good people watching. You're going to be right in the middle of nightlife, and 2 doors down from one of SF's most famous tranny bars, so you'll see folks out and about partying. The apartment itself however is quiet and you shouldn't have trouble getting a wonderful night's sleep. SoMa is a tech-industry and business hub, but it has a gritty industrial feel. If you're in any way uptight or prudish this may not be the place for you. If you feel you need to be near steep hills and victorian mansions, I would recommend Pac Heights or Alamo Square. SoMa is downtown, with warehouses and urban streets. Where can I get some food and coffee? Citizen's Band, Una Pizzeria, Basil Thai, AQ, Bar Agricole, Zero Zero, Tin, Cats Head BBQ (and they deliver!), Pinkies Bakery, Sight Glass coffeehouse, Vega Blue Bottle coffee stand, Oola, Manora's Thai, Wicked Grounds coffee house, Cups and Cakes bakery, L'Acajou Cafe, LuLu, Sneaky's BBQ at Rebel, Custom Burger, Sushi Groove South, for more take a look at my map. Where can I get some groceries and goodies? 2.5 blocks from Trader Joes, 1 block from Urban Harvest market, Farmers market Civic Center on Wednesdays and Sundays or take the 10-minute MUNI ride over to the Ferry Building for a whole day's worth of snacking. Whole Foods 5 blocks away. late-night Starbucks and Burger King/gas station next door for emergencies. Convenience and liquor store are right downstairs, open till at least midnight. What are some nearby cultural attractions? Union Square, Symphony Hall and Opera House, The Orpheum Theatre, Asian Art Museum, Civic Center, International Art Museum, MoMa, AT&T Park, Moscone Convention Center, SF Public Library, all downtown sights within walking distance. Where can I go see some live music and/or get awesome drinks? Driftwood, Sofa, The Willows, Trick Dog, Asiento, Oddjob, Bergerac, Raven, Nihon Whisky Lounge, Zeitgeist, Laszlo, The Armory Club, ThirstyBear Brewing Company, Bloodhound, Folsom Street Foundry, The Homestead, Terroir Wine Bar, Tank18, Radius, Monarch, Public Works, John Colins, Slims, DNA Lounge, Bloodhound, City Beer Store, Butter, Monarch, Hotel Utah, Brick and Mortar, AsiaSF, honestly there's so many I can't do it justice Getting AroundHow about transportation? you can't get much better situated for getting anywhere in SF, fast! Buses: 14 (Mission), 19 (Pac Heights), 47 (Van Ness/Marina), 49 (Mission), F Market, 27 (Potrero), 12 (Folsom/Pacific), 9 (San Bruno) MUNI: Civic Center station (all trains) 2 blocks away BART: Civic Center Station (all trains) 2 blocks away Caltrain: 4th and King Is parking included? Monthly fees for spots in SF run from $250 + so unfortunately, no. There's metered parking and plenty of lots nearby who can do daily parking. In general I would advise people to think very carefully about having a car in SF, if they won't be leaving the city. Parking just about anywhere in SF is a nightmare and our public transportation is great. Other Things to NoteInterested in a car rental? I have a 2003 Ford Focus available on getaround for your convenience!
Bedroom
Excellent
11 reviews
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  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
The Space*Please be aware that there will be construction going on during business hours from Dec. 5-Jan. 5. They will be repairing the back steps, and the workers will occasionally need to use apartment's the shared restroom. We have a spare room in our great little apartment, that we enjoy sharing. The room is a comfortable size, with a queen bed. Both the bedroom and shared bathroom are located in the back of the apartment off the busy street, which lends itself well to privacy. Please note that the apartment is a two-story walk-up, so you must be able to manage the stairs with your bags on your own. Guest AccessGuests have access to their bedroom, the shared bathroom, the shared kitchen, the living room, and the yoga/meditation room. To avoid any confusion, any rooms not accessible to our Airbnb guests will be labeled as such. Interaction with GuestsWe travel quite a bit, but when we are around, we love to interact with our guests and learn about their lives and home cities, especially if they are from outside the United States. However, we respect those who wish to simply come and go without feeling the need to engage, and we reserve the right to do the same. The NeighborhoodThis is an ideal location for a business layover or seeing all that SF has to offer. Located two blocks from the 16th and Mission BART station and a half a block from three major bus lines, this large room in a classic Victorian in the Mission allows easy access to all of Valencia St.’s best eateries, the clubs in the Castro, and the bars in SOMA. Parking: Parking is metered directly in front of the building from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. It’s free on Sunday. You need to feed the meter every 2 hours. You can do this with your phone, credit card or coins. If you want to drive around and search for a bit, there is free parking east of South Van Ness from 14th St. all the way to 18th. You can usually find parking somewhere between 14th and 15th (east/west) and South VanNess and Harrison (north/south). There is also so a pay lot on the corner of 14th and Valencia just two blocks east. HOMELESS: Like most of San Francisco, there is a large but harmless population of homeless people in the Mission. The BART station at 16th St. and Mission is particularly colorful. Getting AroundLocated two blocks from the 16th St. and Mission BART station, getting to and from the apartment and airport could not be easier. We are also located a half a block from three major bus lines and the on-ramp to route 101. There are also a number of car share programs in the area. Parking is generally easy to find, though much of it is metered between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Other Things to NoteTHE APARTMENT IS A SECOND-STORY WALK-UP. IF YOU CANNOT BRING YOUR BAGS UP THE STAIRS ON YOUR OWN, THIS MAY NOT BE THE PLACE FOR YOU. HOMELESS: Like most of San Francisco, there is a large but harmless population of homeless people in the Mission. The BART station at 16th St. and Mission is particularly colorful. VERY STRICT NO SHOES POLICY!!! PARKING is generally not too bad, though most of the parking in the immediate area is metered. Thursday through Saturday nights can be very difficult to find parking after 6 p.m. as the Mission fills up with weekend party-goers.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
The SpaceThe location and space! I absolutely love the apartment. It's approx. 565 sq. ft., just perfect for two people (or one). There's a full bed and a very comfortable couch in the living area. The location is truly ideal for anyone visiting (or living in) San Francisco. It's in the Mission, centrally located at the intersection of SoMa and Lower Haight neighborhoods, and near the Castro. It is very close to public transportation and the highway. Guest AccessGuests will have everything that comes with the apartment: living area, bar, full kitchen with dishwasher (and coffee maker + blender), separate bedroom, and bathroom with tub + shower (and blow dryer). There's laundry right downstairs, as well as a shared back patio with a grill. Interaction with GuestsI share my apartment when I'm out of town, so in-person interaction is minimal, if any. I leave email and phone contact information, which I hope guests always feel free to use. The NeighborhoodI love the neighborhood: colorful characters, convenience to public transit, plenty of activity, multiple parks nearby, nightlife, so many restaurants and bars... and the bicycling down Valencia makes it especially simple to get around. Getting AroundBART is 5-7 min walk away. There are also several buses close by, the area is pretty flat (and popular) for bicycling, and the highway entrance is just 2 blocks away. Other Things to NotePlease ask me anything at all!
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The SpaceTHE APARTMENT: This third-story walk-up apartment lends itself well to privacy. The guests' bathroom and bedroom are in the back of the building. Our bedroom, office and study are in the front. We have our own bathroom adjoining our bedroom, so the apartment's bathroom and shower are strictly for guest use. There is a large screen TV with Netflix and cable in the bedroom. **If you are TWO people who want SEPARATE rooms, for an additional $55 per night, please book for THREE people. This is the only way to book separate rooms for two guests. Parties over two people will automatically have the living room to sleep in. We never have separate parties booking the two rooms at the same time. **Please let us know if you want two rooms. Guest AccessGuests enjoy a spacious bedroom and a full private bathroom. Guests have use of the kitchen for boiling water and using the microwave and a dining room to enjoy snacks or tea and coffee. We ask you not to use the living room if you have not rented it or to set up work stations in the dining room. **If you are TWO people who want SEPARATE rooms, for an additional $55 per night, please book for THREE people. This is the only way to book separate rooms for two guests.Parties over two people will automatically have the living room to sleep in. We never have separate parties booking the two rooms at the same time. Interaction with GuestsWe look forward to hanging out with our guests and getting to know them, especially if they are from outside the United States. However, we respect those who wish to simply come and go without feeling the need to engage, and we reserve the right to do the same. The NeighborhoodThis is an ideal location for business layover or seeing all that SF has to offer. Located two blocks from the 16th and Mission BART station and a half a block from three major bus lines, this large room in a classic Victorian in the Mission allows easy access to all of Valencia St.’s best eateries, the clubs in the Castro, and the bars in SOMA. Parking Parking is metered directly in front of the building from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. It’s free on Sunday. You need to feed the meter every 2 hours. You can do this with your phone, credit card or coins. If you want to drive around and search for a bit, there is free parking east of South Van Ness from 14th all the way to 18th. You can usually find parking somewhere between 14th and 15th (east/west) and South Van Ness and Harrison (north/south). There is also so a pay lot on the corner of 14th and Valencia just two blocks east. HOMELESS Like most of San Francisco, there is a large but harmless population of homeless people in the Mission. The BART station at 16th is particularly colorful. Getting AroundLocated two blocks from the 16th and Mission BART station, getting to and from the apartment and airport could not be easier. We are also located a half a block from three major bus lines and the on ramp to route 101. There are also a number of car share programs in the area. Parking is generally easy to find, though much of it is metered between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Other Things to NoteTHE APARTMENT IS A THIRD STORY WALK-UP. IF YOU CANNOT BRING YOUR BAGS UP THE STAIRS ON YOUR OWN -- THIS MAY NOT BE THE PLACE FOR YOU. HOMELESS Like most of San Francisco, there is a large but harmless population of homeless people in the Mission. The BART station at 16th is particularly colorful. VERY STRICT NO SHOES POLICY!!! PARKING is generally not too bad though most of the parking in the immediate area is metered. Thursday through Saturday nights can be very difficult to find parking after 6pm, as the Mission fills up with weekend party goers. HOMELESS People Like most of San Francisco, there is a large but harmless population of homeless people in the Mission. The BART station at 16th is particularly colorful.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
The SpaceYour own private launch pad / crash pad in San Francisco! You can't get more central than this - if you look at an online map of SF, the red dot falls basically on my roof! I love my apartment and it's perfect for those who want to enjoy all of San Francisco during their stay. The apartment is a one-bedroom with a terrific queen size bed and a kid bed. While it's adult in character, the apartment is child-friendly and features kid stuff in case you need it (booster, toys, books) - otherwise it's all discreetly tucked away in a closet. Good, well-stocked kitchen, nice clean bathroom, spacious living room with an awesome couch. Plenty of books and a collection of guides to the city and its restaurants, cafes etc. [Note: there is no TV in the apartment as I only use Netflix - but trust me, you won't need TV in this central SF location1] You can walk anywhere from here, and you're in the middle of a bunch of bike paths. The muni, the bus, the Bart are all right here as well. Coffeeshops, great restaurants (both quick fixes and upscale) supermarkets, and all the mainstays of San Francisco living are at the doorstep. Cross streets are Market and Gough. Fairly easy street parking, especially on weekends. i travel a lot and generally rent during my trips. I've enjoyed this place for over two years and it's been a delightful hub for anyone wanting to discover life in the city, or even just hang out here after a day of work or play. Free WIFI. Happy travels!
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Gym
Beautiful mordern 1 bedroom 1 bath condo located in Soma San Francisco. Walking distance to City Hall, the Mission, the Castro. Fully furnished, full kitchen and amenities.
Hotel
Poor
1 review
27br 2-star Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Located 3.7 mi (5.9 km) from the airport, Edwardian Hotel features a marina and puts you just a 5-minute drive from Louise Davies Symphony Hall. After visiting the health club for a workout, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Also, South Park and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco are within a short drive.
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Light and bright room. The apartment has all the necessary amenities: a washer/dryer, a dishwasher, and wireless internet. Oh yeah, there is also a roof deck and a projector to watch films. Convenient location on a quiet street. Easy parking.
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
Guest AccessTwo bedrooms - one with queen size mattress, one with queen size 20" high air mattress. Living room with large flat screen TV (no cable, but AppleTV and PS3 connected). Formal dining room. Kitchen with dishwasher. Porch with laundry and drier. Small back garden with seating. Wireless internet.
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The SpaceThe Apartment This spacious private room is a part of a three bedroom apartment. The apartment has a full kitchen (microwave, coffee machine, oven, stove, refrigerator, toaster, juicer, blender, etc.) and a washer and dryer. You can use basically anything. I also have detergent, which you can use for free. The room is very large, clean and the sheets are fresh and changed around 5pm-7pm on the day of your arrival. There will be freshly washed towels for you. There is a desk for you to use with a chair. The house has one printer, which you can use. I also have an iron and dryer for your use as well, which is generally on the laundry room shelf. There are additional sheets, blankets, and towels, for you if you would like available in the hallway closet. Internet There is a high-speed wired connection and wifi (100 mb download speeds). It is very fast and has been very dependable. Location, Transportation, and Parking Our location is very accessible because it is in the very center of San Francisco. We are 2 blocks away (6 minute walk) from the 16th St. BART station, which offers a thirty minute direct ride to San Francisco Airport. This is There are many bus routes that are right outside the apartment. A taxi from the airport takes about 20 minutes. There is free street parking available (with street cleaning limitations), and the apartment is near the freeway for those who need to get on Highway 101. I have detailed directions for you about parking, which should make it a lot easier for you. There is also a gas station on the other side of the same block. Arrival and Departure Since I travel often for work, I may or may not be here right when you arrive. There is an easy way for you to access the house even when I am away--I'll give you a key lock code that gives you access to the house key. In order to make your stay easy, if there are no guests staying directly before you or after you, I want you to be able to arrive and leave when you would like that day. If there is a guest leaving on the day of your arrival, I will ask them to leave at a reasonable hour (mid-afternoon), and ask you to do the same if someone else is arriving on the day of your departure (this is not that common, actually). You can absolutely drop your bag off early in the morning and roam around, but you may not have access to the room until later that day--this is so you can roam around without carrying around bags if you arrive very early in the morning. Again, I want to make it easiest for all people, and I want your stay here to be easy. The Neighborhood (and Safety) While the Mission area is alive and busy, my street is fairly quiet. There are hundreds of great restaurants and coffee shops within walking distance, and many bars if you want to go out at night. Coffee shops are everywhere, and there are many nearby grocery stores. The Safeway is a 10-15 minute walk away and FoodsCo and Rainbow Grocery are even closer (5 minute walk). Since the location is very accessible, it is, in my opinion, and many of my guests', an ideal location to access various tourist attractions. We are also a 10 minute walk from Delores Park, from which you can have a view of the entire city. I am privileged in that I have never felt unsafe walking around late at night as a male, but I also had two female housemates who came home late at night often because of work (they lived here for two years), and they never had a problem coming home by themselves (late at night). I'm sure they took precautions late at night as they would in any busy city area (walking on main streets, etc.), but they never had any negative incident occur to them during their stay here. I am a pretty easygoing host. Ask me anything you'd like, and I'll get back to you as soon possible. Guest AccessGuest will have access to the kitchen appliances (and anything else you might need), washer, dryer, clean linens, extra blankets in the hallway closet. The only rule that I have is for you to not eat other peoples' food in the refrigerator unless they let you know that it's fine to do so. Interaction with GuestsI am generally away from the apartment once per month for work. I am happy to answer any questions you have at any time, but I tend to give guests space to do whatever it is they want to do. The NeighborhoodThe Mission is a very eclectic and has a rich cultural history in San Francisco. Nearby there is virtually anything you might want. Incredible coffee (Four Barrel), parks (Dolores Park), brunch places (Mission Beach Cafe, Foreign Cinema Cafe), all kinds of food, bakeries (Tartine), many taquerias (the famous La Taqueria is one BART stop away, down Mission St.), and a vibrant night life. Getting AroundWe are two blocks away from the nearest BART Station (16th St. BART), half a block away from the nearest bus stop, and there is free street parking nearby. I have a long write up of exactly where you need to park if you bring a car that I can share with you once you book. We are also 20-30 minutes away from SFO (depending on time of day/traffic) via car. It typically takes 40-50 minutes via BART. Other Things to NotePlease let me know when you are planning to arrive and leave. Generally, I am flexible about arrival and departure times because I know guests come and leave at random times throughout the day. I want to make it as easy as possible for both departing guests and incoming guests (if they are departing and arriving on the same day, for example)-- I'll do my best to be accommodating on both ends of your trip. The rooms are generally cleaned by the cleaning lady between 2pm and 5pm during the day of your arrival. So if you happen to arrive before, you're absolutely welcome to drop off your bags and goods (and you can still stay in the room), but know that it might not be absolutely ready until the cleaners clear up the room entirely. I only do this so that those who come into the city before don't have to run around with their bags.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceBuilt in 2009, this Hayes Valley Top Floor condo features 11+ foot ceilings, high end stainless steel appliances, and in-unit washer & dryer. This home also boasts near floor to ceiling windows, hardwood floors, and custom closets. Some of the great building amenities include elevator service, a gorgeous roof top deck, friendly lobby attendant Monday through Friday, and one car parking. This condo is ideally located in Hayes Valley/Civic Center area and is minutes away from shops, restaurants, public transportation, freeways, the Castro, Mission district, Downtown/Union Square, & the Opera House just to name a few places. Walkscore 91/100 No Parties. No Smoking. PG&E is paid $55.00 per month. Over $55.00 per month, the tenant is responsible. No high heel shoes are allowed on the hardwood floors.
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Excellent
72 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Gym
The SpaceLocated in downtown San Francisco's bustling Civic Center district, this 769-square foot apartment will place you within two blocks of City Hall, UN Plaza, Symphony Hall, the Opera House and Hayes Valley. The building has access to a full gym, a business lounge and a relaxing terrace on the 3rd floor. The apartment is fully furnished with modern deco, has all the amenities you'll need (including a full kitchen and dining room) and is the perfect jumping off point to explore San Francisco. Some of the key features include: - Stainless steel GE Profile appliances - Caesarstone countertops - Berber style carpeting throughout - Floor to ceiling double paned windows that let light pour in while keeping street noise out. - A European-design inspired bathroom with clean lines, impeccable finishes, marble counter tops and porcelain sinks A quick note: our cleaning fee covers a professional cleaning crew BEFORE your arrival so we can guarantee you have an immaculate apartment for the duration of your stay. Guest AccessYou will have the full apartment to yourself: living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom as well as full in-unit washer & dryer. There is a single bedroom with a very comfortable low-platform, queen-sized mattress (NOTE: For guests with special accessibility needs, the low platform bed may be a concern). A full-sized air mattress or a three-seat couch are available for use as well so the apartment can accommodate up to four guests (for an additional fee). Interaction with GuestsI only rent my place out when traveling out of town so the property is managed by Guesty, an Airbnb concierge service, which can handle any emergencies or any other questions you might have. The NeighborhoodLocated in downtown San Francisco's bustling Civic Center district, you'll be within two blocks of City Hall, UN Plaza, Symphony Hall, the Opera House and Hayes Valley. Getting AroundThe MUNI Van Ness station is a block away and the BART Civic Center station is two blocks away. Best bet for parking is the Civic Center public lot ($27 for overnight) or the Fox Plaza parking lot across the street. On demand valet parking services such as LUXE and ZIRX service our building too for a $15 daily fee (download from the Apple App Store or from the (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Play Store to sign up). Other Things to NoteThe building has access to a full gym, a business lounge and a relaxing terrace on the 3rd floor.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA lot of the spaces being offered in SOMA are for the new live/work developments. My unit is an updated 1907 Victorian period space with character and warmth. The rooms are on the small side but very comfortable. The kitchen has been recently remodeled so you can make yummy meals if you'd like - but why would you with all of the great restaurants around? I have a washer/dryer, coffee maker and hair dryer for your use. The front bedroom has a futon-like bed that can be folded up to make a couch if you'd like. Guest AccessGuests have access to my full unit. It is centrally located 2.5 blocks from the Civic Center MUNI/BART station. Interaction with GuestsI will not be in town but my neighbors are there in case of emergencies and I have a manager who will work with the key exchange, etc. The NeighborhoodSOMA is an incredibly dynamic and developing neighborhood. There are a lot of great restaurants, clubs, wine bars and cafes nearby. NOTE: it's not your picture postcard painted ladies/victorian type of a neighborhood. It is the former "warehouse" district which is now ground zero for start-ups and tech heavy hitters. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) headquarters are two blocks away towards Market St - AirBnB headquarters about three blocks the other way. The Moscone Center is about four blocks away so you can walk to it in about 15 minutes (or take BART/MUNI one stop). It's a very happening part of town and centrally located so you can easily get to downtown, Hayes Valley, The Mission, Nob Hill, Potrero Hill and anywhere MUNI and BART can take you. Part of being centrally located downtown in a non-traditional residential neighborhood is that you do have to encounter the homeless more than other parts of the town. As with any major city, the best course of action is to treat them with respect and dignity and go about your business. While they may depress you, in general they are not dangerous. My advice is to use 8th St. when accessing Tehama. Though as mid-Market continues to evolve the neighborhood is getting safer and better overall. Getting AroundBART/MUNI stop is 2.5 blocks away. If you're walking to my place, I recommend approaching on 8th St. though 9th St. is getting better. Other Things to NoteMy street is pretty quiet but the neighborhood is pretty active at night, especially during the weekend - lots of people going to the nightlife attractions nearby. My neighbors are all really friendly and for the most part quiet. It is a 1907 building (built to house workers that rebuilt City Hall after the 1906 earthquake) so the walls are thinner than modern construction but this is rarely a problem.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceMy girlfriend and I renovated a 10,000 sq foot warehouse in the heart of the Mission. Each of our talented friends has poured their expertise into the design and experience of this loft. Marcus, our resident treasure hunter, uses the living room as a high end, second hand furniture boutique. It's filled with sofas from Adrian Pearsall, chairs from Milo Baughman, and assorted treasure which add to the magic. You are welcome to buy anything you like, because almost everything is for sale. Each bedroom is furnished with beautiful plants from a plant store around the corner - which in my opinion - is a bit underappreciated by the technorati gentrifying the surrounding neighborhood....but change happens. Our belief is that vibrant plant life leads to healthier environments, so we've stocked each room with large ficus trees, birds of paradise, ferns, money trees, banana trees, coffee trees, and pretty much any other exotic plant that can be brought to the table. We've outfit each of those rooms with Queen or King size mattresses from our favorite disruptive SF-based mattress manufacturer, Keetsa. These mattresses are like sleeping on clouds. We've wrapped each of these mattresses with vintage Italian sheets from Parachute Home. Naturally, we all are very serious about our rest. We've also designed an upstairs kitchenette out of old reclaimed wood, wine barrels, some concrete, and see-through resin from our friend Paul - who has allowed us to create a one-of-a-kind look. The kitchenette has refrigerators, toasters, microwaves, and all the glass ware for a cocktail party or two. (Note: If you want catered meals, we can provide) There are two bathrooms. One shower room with double headed shower and a clawfoot tub. The rooms are fully furnished and perfect for someone who needs a place to stay for business or personal reasons. There is a private entrance from the street that requires key card access, so it will be like living in your own area. The building itself is fully equipped with wi-fi and Ethernet for hard-wiring. There are plugs for all your gadgets in every room. There is an entrance to the second floor that doesn't use the street and it locks. In fact, there are locks on every room - though we have not used them because we still believe in humans! Guest AccessYou'll have keycard access to enter the building from the street. You'll be able to go anywhere on the top floor, but not downstairs into the kitchen during working hours. Interaction with GuestsOur house manager will handle all interactions with you.
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
The SpaceThe space is perfect for anyone traveling with small children. The second bedroom has a crib and a toddler bed. There is no second adult bed. There is a very comfortable convertible couch/bed in the living room, but the place is ideal for people with small kids/babies. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire apartment. Interaction with GuestsSomeone will greet you and/or we will be available by email and text if there's an emergency. Our cat will interact with you. The NeighborhoodThis neighborhood is incredible. You are on a tree-lined faux cobblestone street in the middle of all of the action. If you have read any article about SF in the last year, this is the neighborhood they are talking about. You can access the best of any cuisine with a 20 minute or less walk. You are less than a 10 minute walk from Whole Foods, Safeway, and Rainbow Co-op (if you have ever been a vegetarian you have to check this place out). Getting AroundParking is quite a challenge, although easier on the weekend. We are 10 minute walks from 16 & mission BART (easy airport access) and 10 minutes or less if you decide you want to leave this amazing neighborhood. Other Things to NoteWe have a cat. We appreciate you keeping him alive while you stay.