California is full of superstars, and athletes and wealth that we all thought only belonged to Uncle Scrooge McDuck.
I used to think there would be more luxury options because of that. I was wrong. If some California properties were on the East Coast, they could be liable for using the word “luxury” in their advertisements.
Example: “What do you mean this is a luxury apartment, there’s no washer, no dryer and it was renovated in ‘85?”
As a Result, I never know what to expect when seeing a new place. Beck’s Motor Lounge did not disappoint. The Curb appeal left me a little worried at the beginning. It looks like a beach motel, newer, nicer… but the layout is the same.
I was not at all impressed by the amenities or outdoor features. They have them, but I’m from Miami. Anything that depends on a cold neck… count me out. Lol. I chose this property for three reasons:
Area – The Castro neighborhood holds historical significance. Especially for a gay man, new to California. Situated in San Francisco’s Eureka Valley, “The Castro” is widely recognized as the oldest neighborhood for LGBTQ people in the US.
Amenities – I don’t mean the pool here. I mean parking, clean rooms, upgraded facilities. Even though it looks like a motel, the inside looks like it’s seen some paint.
Reviews – It has a solid score (8.5+) from the customers. It’s low-rated by the service, but the people who stay there consistently say that it’s good. So I’ll try it out.
You may not always find the hotel labeled “The Best Value Hotel in San Francisco” but if you follow a similar strategy, I think you can find the best option for you.
San Francisco has so many places to stay. A great way to save your time to search the places for stay is the Booking.com. You can snag a Booking, where you can also find lots of different styles which you love to stay.