Located in Mission District, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Victoria Theatre, Louise Davies Symphony Hall, and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. Twin Peaks and South Park are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Scary placePros: None.Cons: Didn't really stay. Saw the place and cancelled immediately.
Great Location and ValuePros: We were right next to some nice restaurants and bars. The bus line out front took us all over town. Great price. Rooms had everything we needed. Staff was friendly and helpful. For the price, you cant beat it!
If you are looking to go to SF on a budget and want to be close to all the main attractions of the city, the El Capitan Hotel is the spot!Cons: Just small details, but they add character to the building.
Hotel sucks, have to pay for parking, Pros: NothingCons: Paid for parking
Expensive because of paid parking $25 for 24 hours and no in-out policy if paying for 12 hour parking.
El Capitan: Brought us some laughs because it was Pros: Price was affordable, but you can see why.Cons: The location while convenient to many things is not in a great area.
Recommendation: arrive during daylight hours.
Make sure your rooms are properly cleaned, our toilet had feces in it!
Overall: We won't be returning, but this could work well for some people.
Pros: Value for moneyCons: I am ok with shared bathrooms, but I was disgusted by the shared bathrooms that did not have a sink next to the toilet. It is very unhygienic that there are no sinks in the bathroom. This should not be able to pass inspection!
Pros: Gate lock from neighborhood. Cons: Have to pay parking and the shower and toilet are in a commons area.
It's the cheapest. Pros: Location.Cons: Noise.
great value Pros: I was impressed by the secure entry. My room and bathroom were very clean and comfortable. The location was perfect for my activities. Great time i will stay there again if my life brings me back to san fran.
The worst hotel Cons: the worst hotel I ever stayed. No parking, no towel, bad costumer services. And plus as soon as I checked in and go and check out the room. I gave back the key to them and leave. They charged $94 and it's not worth it. To be honest I would like to get refund. Plus bad neighbors
Pros: It's cheap and there's a bed. That's about the only thing this hotel has going for it.Cons: The staff is rude, the bathrooms smell worse than the outhouses at Coachella, and the whole hotel is incredibly grimey. I think a more accurate description is a hostel with private rooms.