Geary Parkway Motel - San Francisco37.7809, -122.4704
The 2-star Geary Parkway Motel offers a family accommodation with 20 rooms to stay in. Geary Parkway Motel was opened in 1989.
The property is located in Richmond district, 3 km from Palace of Fine Arts. It is about 4 km away from the center of San Francisco.
Geary Parkway Motel is within a 25-minute drive to San Francisco International airport.
The property comprises of non-smoking rooms appointed with TV with satellite channels, a microwave, a dressing area, a personal computer and a DVD player. Guests can make use of private bathrooms with a shower, a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries.
Eat & Drink
Be My Guest Thai treats guests with Thai and Japanese meals and is about 250 meters away.
The property features a safety deposit box, a vending machine and a luggage storage.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2008. Number of rooms: 20.
On-site car park
Paid airport shuttle
- Paid airport shuttle
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Continental breakfast
- Free breakfast
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Ironing facilities
- Bath/ Shower
- Hair dryer
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
2 Double beds
1 King-size bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
Girl Scout Bridging Ceremony at Golden Gate Bridge, Site seeing
You could hear banging sounds from the 2nd floor. I think they might have been pipes?
Clerk was very helpful. Beds comfortable. Large screen TV. Location was very good for my needs.
Room was too small for the 2 queen size beds
Excellent place, superb staff
They cannot park a pickup with a camper in their lot. Combination is too tall and will hit second floor projecting balcony.
Henry - the front desk clerk very helpful and personable - the location was convenient.
The conveninence of the location. Easy access to mass transit, neighborhood services (restaurants, etc.)
Limited parking spaces. Bathroom was very clean and funcional but a bit small (no counter space.)
I liked large beds, refrigerator, free parking, free wireless internet, flat LCD, luxurious bathroom
Room was quiet small and we could hear traffic and voices late night through doors... maybe bad sealing of the doors. Also parking lot was at most times full and we did not have a place where to park + some hotel keeper still urgued us to repark at early morning when some parking place went free, because we had to park on non-parking place... little bit annoying to wake up early just because of moving car to free parking place when car did not block anything where it stayed..!
It is very close to bus stops, restaurants, small shops, and Golden Gate State Park.
Checkout was very early and they gave no option for late checkout or holding bags. Also "Airport Shuttle" is a lie. That means that when leaving, they can help you buy a shuttle. It is not free, and they give you no help for getting there from the airport.
The room was very clean and nice. A major bus line goes right past the hotel making it easy to use public transpoortation.
Parking is free but first come first served--you can't depend on having a place in the hotel lot to park.
The room, bathroom was perfect.
Comparing to the price of hotel - nothing bad.
Organized, hospitable, very clean!
The management was very helpful in suggesting alternatives if the parking area was full when we returned late in the evening.
The sounds of the city street (bus stop) was loud enough to disturb my sleep the first night. I think I'd already adapted by the second night.
Walking distance to Golden Gate park for our visit to the Academy of Sciences. Great staff and nice room at affordable price.
I booked it as it was near my frends and on a bus route into town.
The front room was noisy.
t was not real breakfast, only coffe and small cake.
The room was comfortable and clean and had good amenities, including free wi-fi and digital satellite TV. The free parking was very much appreciated, and the location was great for me because I was visiting family in the Richmond district of San Francisco. Plus the price was very reasonable for San Francisco.
The parking spots are a bit narrow, and unless you back in to the parking space when you arrive, you have to back out of the parking lot onto a busy street.