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Aida Plaza

San Francisco, CA, US (SFO)

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Based on 307 reviews
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Aida Plaza
1087 Market St, San Francisco, CA US 94103


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Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and a safe deposit box at the front desk.

Based on 307 reviews
from Toronto, Canada
Submitted on 12-20-2016
While the location, right on Market Street in the center of downtown, can't be beat, this is about as no-frills of a hotel as you can find. Unfortunately, the better part of Market Street is to the east of there, but it's just a short walk, bus or streetcar ride, as there is a lot of public transportation available both on the surface and underground. As for the room was really small with the sink in the main room and the bathroom consisting of just a shower and a toilet. The wifi was mediocre a... Read more
from Zurich, Switzerland
Submitted on 12-15-2016
I didn't choose 'the Aida, because of price only.... I do travel a lot and I simply don't like the Marriotts and Hiltons of this world. They're boring and overpriced. Hotels like the Aida have charisma and personality. It's one of the oldest buildings in San Francisco right on the Market Street. This was my 4th stay in this place. I have to say, it's not getting better :-( While I still love the style, I wish it would be cleaner. The bed was clean, but the room was a bit smelly. I really wo... Read more
from Helsinki, Finland
Submitted on 12-03-2016
Aida Plaza is a very basic (perhaps two-star) hotel right in the heart of Market street, by the entrance to the Civic Center BART station (meaning you'll reach the airport in 25 minutes). There's a CVS right next to the hotel. The location is definitely this hotel's strongest pro. Otherwise, expect modest accommodations (not all rooms have en-suite bathrooms so make sure to pick your room carefully when booking if you require a bathroom) at modest prices. The front desk (24/7) staff is friendly ... Read more
from Munich, Germany
Submitted on 11-12-2016
Was in this hotel during the business trip this autumn. I had not the best impression from the hotel. It looks like this building had better times 50 years ago. Now it looks like piece of old American West. Funny part was breakfast, which consisted of donuts and big can of coffee for all hotel visitors. Elevator is not fastest on the planet as well :) But the best thing about this hotel is it's price. Recommended for budget traveller.
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 10-21-2016
Stayed at this hotel for one night towards the end of September. Hotel management wanted to edit our review. In fact, this hotel should have been closed down by health inspectors years ago. It is not even value for money as you can find better accommodation to stay in San Francisco at a cheaper price. This hotel is also a health hazard. We stayed on the 6th floor and it was a disgusting. It stunk; it was itchy - possible mould spores, lice, etc. The one window - which needed to be open - did not... Read more
Submitted on 10-21-2016
I was pleased the room was clean, towels and linens clean. A funky old hotel and affordable. I would stay again. There shower and bathroom was down the hall but there was a sink in the room. I found it to be tolerable.
from Bengaluru, India
Submitted on 10-18-2016
This place advertises as Aida Plaza hotel to attract people when in fact its name is just Aida Hotel. It boasts of air conditioned room and only has a heater that turns on only at nights for 5 hours starting midnight and is only for 15 minutes every hour.
from Hong Kong, China
Submitted on 10-15-2016
My friend and I stayed in this hotel for 3 nights in mid September : 2 consecutive nights and 1 more night after a 7-day tour to YellowStone. We were very disappointed on arrival as the hotel was located in an area of poor neighborhood: homeless people and black youngsters yelling on the opposite side of the street. We wanted to change hotel but couldnā??t as rooms were booked online under non-refundable terms. On the 2nd night, my friend went out to dine with friends. As I had to go out alo... Read more
from Longyearbyen, Norway
Submitted on 10-14-2016
Not the area in San Fran you want to be in, at least not stay in. Ok youre not sleeping outside, might as well. Hotel does not take responsibility for things lost in your room and you have to leave the key in the front desk. Come on!! So dont leave your luggage unlocked if you are going outside...
from Warrenpoint, United Kingdom
Submitted on 10-05-2016
Basically do not stay at this hotel. Having worked in America all at a summer camp and going travelling after we just booked this hotel without looking at the reviews which is what I normally do for every hotel but just was in a hurry to book! On arrival the woman at reception was quite friendly but the hotel is extremely dated I was hoping the room would be better but sadly not. We paid 400 dollars for 4 nights which is absolutely ridiculous for the quality. The room itself was old, had a sin... Read more