"Property Offline" - Hasan - San Francisco37.790689, -122.404506
The unique 2-star "Property Offline" - Hasan Hotel provides quick access to a tower and a theater nearby. The hotel was opened in 1990, renovated in 1999 and is housed in a 7-storey building.
A short distance to a cable car station enables you to get to Coit Tower and Chinatown in no time. The venue is set within 3 km from San Francisco city center.
Market St:Sutter St bus stop is 50 meters away from the hotel and a 20-minute walk is enough to get to Cal4th & King Street train station. "Property Offline" - Hasan Hotel is located within 20 km from Oakland International airport.
There are 77 comfortable rooms at "Property Offline" - Hasan Hotel feature a mini bar, a laptop-size safe, cable TV, a personal computer and a work desk. Bathrooms are appointed with a bathtub, a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries.
Eat & Drink
Guests can enjoy French and American cuisine in Cafe De La Presse located 100 meters away.
The hotel offers a continental breakfast at the price of USD 4 per person per night.
Residents will benefit from 24-hour reception, housekeeping and wake up service.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Paid Public parking is possible at a location nearby.
Number of floors: 7. Number of rooms: 77.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
- Wake up service
- Continental breakfast
- Ironing facilities
- Bath/ Shower
- Hair dryer
- Direct dial telephone
- City landmarks
Rating by category:
The only thing that i liked was the location. Right at the downtown. I walked 30 min to the Fisherman's Worf, cable cars were very close to the hotel.
Actually the hotel was very dirty, stinky and gloomy.
It was a great value and the bed was comfortable.
chip and really good location!!!
nothing the manager mr yang had no desire to help us in any way just wanted to collect the money
room 703 smelled like urine room 312 the mattress was A disgrace no air conditioning no ventilation no towels
I new that the hotel was fairly basic, however I would describe the Astoria as squallid. On my arrival I entered my room and there were 2 pigeons flying all over. When I went to reception to inform them of this, I talked to a woman whose response was a series of oh ah, while I was talking a Chinese woman came to reception and totally disregarding me started to talk in chinese to the receptionist who immediately stopped listening to me and started a conversation with her. Then an other Chinese woman came and the three of them chatted in chinese leaving me standing there and totally disregarding me. After 10 minutes I decided to leave. The breakfast room is appoling. When I went for breakfast in the morning a Chinese woman emplyee was on the door and greeted me with a mixture of gestures and grunts urging me to come in and take a seat. The brakfast room consists of a rectangular table where everybody sits together. Because this is not enought for all the gueasts, they fiexed shelf like planks around the perimeter of the room. I saw couples having to split up and sit at opposit sides of the room I sat down somewhere sipping a coffee and a Chinese m,an sitting opposit me started to clear his throat and spitting into a cup which he had used to drink out of. I had enought and left disgusted. By now anyone who reads this comment will have realised that the "hotel" is managed by Chinese. I want to state very clearly that I do not have anything against Chinese people, however this was my experience. I would not stay again in that "hotel" not even if they paid me. The above is only a very small part of my bad experience at the Astoria. There is much more but it would be too long to describe.
A cheap place to stay in sfo, close to the main city atractions.
Some facilities were a little old and a reform is needed.
We were so pleased with the staff, the room and the location. We came in late every night and never once felt unsafe.It will be our go to hotel next visit and we are bragging to everyone!
Location was excellent in regards to Airport trains and for activities in the city including walking access to cable cars, shopping malls, restaurants, Chinatown, bike rental and other activities.
Location was perfect. But I have to give up everything else.
The hotel is in a good location, right on the edge of China Town and within easy reach (walking) of pretty much anywhere: mission and market streets are only a few minutes away. Philmore street (the live music area) is not more than ~20 minutes walk away. Fisherman's wharf is not that far either. And of course, dim sum in China Town is a real bonus
The hotel could do with a bit of a revamp. It has the general feeling of being 'left' with wear and tear occumulating. A fresh coat of paint, maybe new carpets, skirting boards and a general spruce-up would not go amiss. If you are looking for a romanic getaway hotel this is probably not the one for you, but if you are travelling alone and like the convenience of being pretty central (without the price) then this is the place for you. I would stay here again.
Internet is only in holl
Crispy clean sheets.
Really small and old barebone hotel sort of.
the room was cleaned regularly. hot and cold drinking water was a bonus. good value for money
The hotel is simple, clean, and the staff is friendly- 24 hours (we arrived at about 01:00 AM and made an easy check-in. They also switched us to a cheaper room upon request with no problems (there was no vacancy in that room price according to Booked.net upon reservation). The hotel is right next to the main street of Chinatown (Grant st.) with a Starbucks across the street, and you can walk through it, going to Lombard st. (or Coit tower on the other side) and than to the piers, seeing the main attractions. It's a clean, simple, cheap hotel, in a great location (unless you want to sleep right next to the piers).
Free Wifi Internet is only available in a public "lounge" on second floor, not in the rooms. Apart from that- it was all good.
Bed & room furnishings were very old & right across the street for $25 to $35 more a night you get a fridge, free in room wifi & a free continental breakfast.