San Francisco Hostels Near Union Square

San Francisco Hostels Near Union Square
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the United States. It sits on a peninsula and is famous for its hills and townhouses. It has more hostels than the average American city, so it is a popular destination for backpackers from around the globe. There is a decent public transportation system so it is not difficult to travel around, but many visitors choose to stay in the centrally located Union Square area. This is where you'll find a large number of hostels and hotels. Many of the restaurants and shops are quite touristy in this neighborhood, but you don't have to travel far to get outside of the tourist district.
How much do hostels in San Francisco cost?
Average Dorm Price $44 ($25 to $82)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $100 ($40 to $240)

Dorm Bed: $34.00
Private Room: $37.50
Overall Rating: 90%
312 Mason Street , San Francisco USA
This is one of the most highly recommended hostels in San Francisco. It's a great value and offers guests a large range of services. The atmosphere is fun and social and it's conveniently located in downtown San Francisco just a few blocks from Union Square.

Guests can choose between a variety of room types including both private rooms and dorm rooms. Visitors are quite diverse and range from solo backpackers to couples, student groups, and families.

Included in the price is also an excellent breakfast that includes homemade oatmeal, fresh fruit, different breads and bagels, jams, cream cheese, nutella, juice, coffee and tea. There's dinner available to guests on certain days of the week as well.

This hostel organizes all kinds of events including movie and popcorn nights, wine and cheese tasting, board game night, and pub crawls.

Dorm Bed: $44.00
Private Room: $40.26
Overall Rating: 82%
411 O'Farrell street , San Francisco USA
This hostel is just two blocks from Union Square, right in the heart of San Francisco. It's near a variety of the city's famous attraction and is conveniently close to public transportation. It offers guests internet access and wi-fi service, free breakfast, a guest kitchen and dining area, a washer and dryer, a lounge with a television, security lockers and more. They also host a Friday night wine party for free.

You can choose between dorms and private rooms with and without private bathrooms.
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