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Mid-Priced Hotels

Best hotel rooms in San Francisco, costing between $100 and $200 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.

Cornell Hotel de France/Union Square

Pros: Quirky, French, family-owned and operated
Cons: Don't expect perfection
Best For: The rooms with claw-foot bathtubs

Hotel Union Square/Union Square

Pros: Centrally located
Cons: Urban noise
Best For: The kids suite

Hotel Kabuki/Japantown

Pros: Good value and great Japanese food close by
Cons: Don't expect perfection
Best For: Staying in a well-run Joie de Vivre chain hotel

Hotel Boheme/North Beach

Pros: Right in the thick of North Beach, for those who love the hood
Cons: Rooms facing Columbus Ave can be noisy
Best For: Its Beat-era style

The Hotel Rex/Union Square

Pros: You get a lot for your money at this boutique hotel
Cons: None
Best For: Business travelers, guests with pets, proximity to Union Square

Annie's Cottage/Russian Hill

Pros: A country hideaway in the middle of the city
Cons: Book far in advance 'cause there's only one guest room here
Best For: A unique lodging experience in SF

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