Public transportation outlets, which can take you to The Embarcadero, Fishermen's Wharf, the ballpark or The Marina within minutes, are also nearby.
This luxury unit has views of the entire downtown skyline and San Francisco Bay.
Bill Del Monico
Take a leisurely walk up through "The Haight" for some funky shopping and then a picnic in the park. Wander through the quaint and quiet Cole Valley. Hop on a bus and explore the newly renovated Ferry Building with it's famous weekend Farmer's Market or have dinner at the legendary Slanted Door.
|Jan 11 2015||Jan 11 2016||$225||$225||$1,410||$4,000||-|
|: 4 p.m. : 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 14.5%|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: Housekeeping fee = $100 Pet fee = $150 non-refundable Temporary neighborhood parking permit = TBD|
Reviews for this vacation apartment rental in San Francisco, California
May 8, 2008
At the top of a flight of stairs in a typical San Franciscan terrace house we enjoyed a fabulous stay at this two-bedroom apartment: stunning views, spacious bedrooms with very comfortable beds, well-equiped kitchen, lovely lounge to relax in after sightseeing all day. Location was terrific: in a quiet neighbourhood street within easy (but steep!) walking distance to local shops. A highly recommended place to stay while in San Francisco.
Little things do make a difference
November 1, 2007
We enjoyed our stay in San Francisco and the flat was fine for no more than we were there. I was disappointed that the furnishings and decore were not as represented in the photo listing. Pillows on couch had burn marks from being to close to the wall heater -- I would be concerned about this being a fire hazzard. Kitchen towels were frayed and dingy. Little things can add up to make or break the appearence.