Soma Park Inn - San Francisco37.776226, -122.414294
Located off Civic Center, this 3-star Soma Park Inn San Francisco is 10 minute drive Union Square. It offers accommodation with a parking lot and a vending machine.
The venue is located less than 0.7 miles from Market Street. This hotel is approximately 0.3 miles from the center of San Francisco.
The property is an 30-minute walk from Cal 4th & King Street railroad station.
Eat & Drink
Guests can enjoy American meals at Mccormick & Schmick's within 5 minutes' walk of the venue.
No internet access available
Public parking is possible on site (reservation might be needed) at USD 25 per day.
Number of rooms: 34.
Former name: Rodeway Inn Downtown
USD 25 per day
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24-hour services
- No pets allowed
- Newspaper service
- Continental breakfast
- Garden view
- City view
- Air conditioning
- Ironing facilities
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Free local telephone calls
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:1 Queen-size bed2 Queen-size beds
- City landmarks
Good location to public transportation & local attraction.
Parking at hotel was limited & often chaotic.
Free parking, They even let us park our car for the day after we checked out! The staff was sooo helpful and accommodating, they gave us great directions too. This will be our hotel anytime we stay in sf. Right next to bus stop & 1 block from Market.
The area is a little iffy and the parking is an open area but we had no problems.
Location is great, you can easily walk to many attraction.
On the corner of two really busy streets so very loud even during the night. Breakfast is coffee, orange juice and sugary croissants - don't rely on it.
nice budget hotel with tram stop just a block away! parking was ok and room was basic but good value for money, nice people behind the desk with handy tips! nice cafe across the street with yummy breakfast and most important for us; superclose to all the sightseeing in san fran
make sure that you get everything out of your car when parking there cause a lot of homeless people hang around there and if they see anything in the car they will get it. The people at the hotel told us to do so and it is just common sense in a big city like san francisco.
Clean room but smelly. Neiberhood with lots of homelesses although all of the downtown is full of them. Convinanet to get on tour buses. Slight pricy for the service but hey this is sanfrancisco. No bed bugs which is great. Will consider staying again if cant find better place for the same price.
Room's smell. Street noise.
never more, on the street homeles and narkomans
too pricy for the facility
Free parking, which is not typical for San Francisco.
It's got more of a motel feel about it, but being close to the city centre, it's very handy.
The immediate area is nothing special, but OK.
I didn't like anything of this hotel.
It was not clean, the staff wasn't friendly and sometimes the staff wear pyjamas. In front of the rooms there were sometimes wanderers in front of the hotelroom. The prices of the hotelroom was too expensive.
Loved the location (close to everything in the city.) Microwave, coffee maker,and fridge in room. Comfy beds. Free parking! Wifi.
Great location, nice services /breakfast and wi-fi includedm, parking as well/, room was very clean, no problems with our stay;
Composition of breakfast /too poor: orange juice, coffee and variety of sweet bread/, bit noisy place /location on the corner of two rush roads/
We liked how clean it was. Very convenient to shopping, easy to get around.
The pillows were quite flat, but we brought our own.
There's parking available and good location
There are cocarouches at this place not nice
Although the immediate area around the Rodeway Inn is filthy and seemingly sketchy, move one or two blocks in any direction and the area starts to change, usually for the better. In particular, the location of the Inn is great for those who want to city slick and explore the streets of SF. Public transportation outlets were nearby as well.
The parking lot is wide open to the public - that is, anyone from the street can come into the lot. As a safety measure, I would remove any and all valuables from the vehicle to avoid possible break-ins.