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Budget Hotels

Affordable, Reliable Hotels in San Francisco Less Than $100 Per Night

From Budget to Luxury/The Hotels of San Francisco

San Francisco is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations, with good cause. It boasts a beautiful setting, wide array of restaurants and cultural activities, and many diverse lodging choices.

Ocean Park Motel/Ocean Beach

Pros: An Art Deco well-managed motor-court motel
Cons: Tram noise in rooms on the street
Best For: Families/travelers with pets

San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf Hostel/Fort Mason

Pros: A hostel in a National Park
Cons: Hostels can be quirky or fantastic
Best For: Its historic and beautiful setting

Metro Hotel/Lower Haight

Pros: Reliable budget hotel
Cons: Stairs (no elevator)
Best For: Remarkably wonderful staff

The San Remo Hotel/North Beach

Pros: Family run hotel, built in 1906
Cons: No phones or tv in rooms
Best For: A guesthouse vibe close to FIsherman's Wharf and North Beach sidewalk cafes

Hayes Valley Inn/Hayes Valley

Pros: Clean, inexpensive, Hayes Street shops and cafes nearby
Cons: Shared baths on each floor, no elevator, some street noise
Best For: Free breakfast, free Wifi and the communal kitchen

Mosser Hotel/South of Market

Pros: Good location, reliable and budget-friendly
Cons: Some complaints regarding room size and lack of air-conditioning
Best For: A clean, well-maintained, vintage hotel

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