Top 10 Budget Hotels in San Francisco

10 Budget Hotels in San FranciscoHave a desire to see the Fisherman’s Wharf, Golden Gate Bridge, and all other famous tourist spots in San Francisco but are travelling on a tight budget? There is no need to worry; here is a list of some of the best value hotels in San Francisco where you can stay without worrying about over-spending.

Budget Hotels in San Francisco

Donnatello Hotel

Located in the convenient location of Union Square, Donnatello Hotel offers 94 well furnished suite style rooms with amenities and décor that competes with the 2-3 times costlier hotels. The rooms are perfect for families as they include pullout sofas, microwaves, mini-fridges, sinks, toasters, and silverware. The hotel also comprises of a salon and spa, small gym, and in-house Italian restaurant.


Donnatello HotelLaurel Inn

Adorned with modern décor, the large well furnished rooms with mini kitchen at the Laurel Inn look and feel just like a complete apartment. Located in the posh residential area of Pacific Heights, the hotel offers 49 best value rooms along with additional facilities without any fee, such as Wi-Fi, tea and coffee throughout the day, and a glass of wine or cookies and lemonade during the afternoon. The location of the hotel amongst the upscale boutiques and galleries make it a welcome change from the other hotels located in frantic tourist-heavy areas.

Laurel InnRadisson Fisherman’s Wharf

The knockout pool area with a cabana bar and fire-pit, and direct access to the Fisherman’s Wharf waterfront from the grounds of the hotel, makes Radisson Fisherman’s Wharf the most popular choice amongst tourists in San Francisco. Even though the rooms are not extraordinary, but its tourist-friendly location and cable car access just a block away makes it a good value option.

Radisson Fisherman's WharfInterContinental San Francisco

Though this hotel cannot be called cheap, but the amount you pay brings with it abundant first-rate amenities and services for you. It is located in the business oriented environs of SoMa in the vicinity of Moscone Convention Center, and offers 550 contemporary rooms with luxury services and state-of-the-art facilities such as a well-reviewed spa, lap pool, and a Michelin-star restaurant.

InterContinental San FranciscoHotel Adagio

Hotel Adagio, located in Union Square, offers everything one can look for in a value lodging option. The rooms are spacious and adorned with modern luxuries such as pillow top mattress, flat screen TV, full minibars, iPod docks, large bathrooms with high end toiletries, and free Wi-Fi. It is one of the best options when it comes to value for money.

Hotel AdagioGood Hotel

If you do not mind going away from the traditional tourist areas to a desolate stretch of SoMa, you will be able to reach the topmost budget hotel in the city. Good Hotel is a capricious and brightly decorated treasure with environmental ethics that can be seen in the hotel’s features such as the unique water conserving sinks and the coffee tables in the lobby that are made from recycled skateboards. However, rooms come with modern amenities such as wall mounted flat screen TVs, iPod docks, heated pool, and free access to fitness center.


good hotelHotel Rex

Designed with the 1920s era theme in mind, this 94 room hotel located in Union Square offers small rooms with up-to-date amenities such as flat panel TVs, plush pillow-top begs, alarm clocks containing iPod docks, free Wi-Fi, free wine hour, and free newspaper. The entire hotel has been given a retro look with antique book shelves, retro reading tables and much more. Its in-house bistro offers affordable eclectic seasonal fare.

hotel rexBest Western Tomo

Best Western Tomo offers well designed, state-of-the-art rooms which are much larger than what you would find in some of the most expensive hotels in the city. Though you may not get too many amenities here, but this boutique offers rooms adorned with Japanese pop art along with modern touches like free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs etc. Its in-house restaurant specializes in authentic Shabu-Shabu, which is the Japanese hot pot.

Best Western TomoHotel Kabuki

Located in Japantown, Hotel Kabuki with 218 rooms is a low-key option that takes you away from the hustle-bustle of the downtown. The hotel is adorned with traditional Japanese décor with the 3.5 feet deep in-room soaking tub as the biggest highlight. Besides the usual amenities, you can also get a great view of the Golden Gate bridge from the balconies of some of the rooms.

hotel kabukiThe Huntington Hotel

Located in the upscale Nob Hill, the luxurious rooms of the Huntington Hotel along with a top-notch spa, formally dressed staff, and first-rate service makes this hotel a great value for money accommodation option. Hotel guests get free access to spa’s pool, fitness center, whirlpool, and steam and sauna rooms. An intimate fine dining restaurant is also present.

The Huntington Hotel

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