Youth Hostel Central & Hotel - San Francisco37.783165, -122.411224
The budget Youth Hostel Central & Hotel offers a non-smoking accommodation in a shopping area of San Francisco.
A 20-minute walk to the center of San Francisco. Serving both food and drinks, Passion Cafe and Tikka Masala are situated around 200 meters from the property.
Nearest underground station is BART - Civic Center, which is only 350 meters away.
Rooms like Single Room, Queen Room, King Room and Standard Room are fitted with pay TV, a flat-screen TV, a dressing room, a personal computer and a work desk as well as beds with foam pillows and feather pillows. The rooms also have a hardwood floor. En suite bathrooms come with showers and bathtubs. These bathrooms come with hairdryers and free toiletries.
Guests will make use of a designated smoking place and a storage room.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hostel for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 16.
- Airport shuttle
- Dressing area
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Parquet floor
Rooms and availability
1 Queen-size bed
1 Queen-size bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
When we checked in the lady on the desk didnt speak any English. Crackheads in the alley behind our room kept us up all night. The owner, to his credit, did slightly discount the room when I complained in the morning. The hostel is in perhaps the worst part of town in terms of weirdos and crazies. The room was basic, fairly clean and good value in sf - hard to find!
The communication with the employee was not good at all and one should rather stay in the rooms as soon as it is getting dark because the area around the hostel is a very cruel and criminal area.
When i entered my room and closed the door, suddenly a mouse came to my room from the other side of door. Eventhough my door was closed. Fortunately i was about to leave hotel. So i came down and asked the manager to remove the mouse from my room when i am back! And also the location of the room is in a street with full of homeless and creepy people. $80 per night really does not worth it to stay the night with a mouse in a hotel located in the street of junkies.
Ok, so the Tenderloin isn't the greatest neighborhood...but let's focus on the positives: honest owners, accessible location, and private rooms at a cheap rate.Cut your teeth in San Fran from here for a night or two and you'll look back wistfully on 'yo days in the ghetto.
lots of black people smoking crack and/or marijuana openly and talking loudly.
Nothing, this place is a shit tip never stay there. The place is a mess, never gets cleaned, smells bad, has drug dealers and junkies out front on the street. I could go on and on just never stay there.
Everything shit tip