Thinest walls in history.


Member Rating 1 out of 5 by a traveler from Travelocity.com on August 27, 2007

Our last stay in San Francisco was supposed to be a romantic getaway for a couple days. The wine and cheese downstairs were the highlight of our hotel stay. At the time of our stay, the hotel was being painted, which is fine, but the staff/painters went into our room when we were out and left our door wide open--not just unlocked--open! My computer and all of our belongings were in full, right there for anyone to nab. \n\nThe walls are so thin that you can LITERALLY hear your neighbor use the restroom, in all the woes and moans your head is conjuring as you read this. Consider trying to have a romantic night listening to your neighbor?s little kids yelling, not so great. \n\nWhat?s worse was walking the city knowing that we'd have to return to our horrible hotel after a full day of activity. Finding that open door was just icing on the cake. Continuing with the noise problem, you can hear the slightest whisper from outside your door (we tested it) and people in the hall and your neighbors can hear EVERYTHING you do and say in your room. I wouldn't recommend this hotel to a homeless person.\n
Savoy Hotel
580 Geary Street.
San Francisco, California, 94102
415-441-2700

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