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Elements Hostel

2524 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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Elements Hostel - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
We are a recepient of National Geographic Traveler magazines 10 best places to stay award for 2005. Welcome to San Francisco's newest hostel in the city's warmest neighbourhood. Why stay in the fog when you can stay in the sunny, vibrant Mission district We have created a brand new building from the...

No title - user review
Disappointing. No kitchen facilities. Private room had absolutely no furniture except bed. Not even a chair. No drinking glasses or towel racks. On Friday and Saturday nights, the entire hostel becomes one loud thumping giant speaker with guests inside it due to the high decibel electronic music pla...

No title - user review
I was quite pleased when I first checked into this place. But that quickly changed. After checking into my room I left for about an hour or so only to return to find they had checked a homeless guy into my dorm. This was quite disturbing as the personal hygiene of this fellow made it past the check ...

No title - user review
It wasn't too bad, I stayed in a room with a buncha Brits and Irish dudes. My friends and I left our stuff there and nobody took it, it seemed in general people were watching out for each other. People smoked, but you'll get that anywhere you go. The mission can be a bit of shithole, but elements is...

No title - user review
Now this is how a hostel should present itself very clean, modern and tidy. The one downside don't come to this place by car. Parking is hell and the streets at night ...

No title - user review
Pristine rooms, friendly faces, crazy drunken Irishmen, free wireless Internet what more could y...

No title - user review
The hostel and its facilities are new and therefore are in good condition. The owner is very nice and will do a lot to help travelers. The receptionist, Gerry, is a jerk!! The major problem with this hostel is the location outside. The area is very dodgy, even in the morning! And this is both for gr...

No title - user review
This hostel is new and modern but it seems sterile. There's not much of a social environment happening and I was in bed early most nights. There also seems to be a lot of Americans living here short term and they are not keen on chatting to tourists. The location is pretty good, situated in a Hispan...

No title - user review
This is by far the best hostel ever! The rooms are spacious and clean, and the staff are really friendly and knowledgeable. Add this to the great free breakfast and internet access; what more could you ask for ! Each room has a great private bathroom and the beds are really comfortable which is a go...

No title - user review
This is by far the best hostel we have ever used! The rooms are spacious and very clean. The staff are really friendly and knowledgeable (our thanks to Anthony and his brother) and they could not do enough to assist us with our holiday plans. The food available included the free breakfast, which was...

No title - user review
This is the best hostel I have ever stayed in. I highly recommend it to anyone and everyone. The staff and the owner were very friendly...

No title - user review
This is the best hostel I have EVER stayed in. It's more like a nice hotel, but with hostel prices and crowd. It has a nice cafe and restaurant, free Internet and a great crew! Do yourself a big ...

No title - user review
This place has clean, comfortable rooms, smartly decorated interiors, a great restaurant downstairs with free breakfast, free Internet computers, and friendly staff. It's one of the best ho...

No title - user review
This seemed OK at first, but the place was infested with ants. I found them crawling on me even in bed, and woke up with red bites on my body. The room was not cleaned the whole time I was there (five nights, prepaid or I would have left). There is no kitchen. They do that hoping to force everyone t...

No title - user review
While this hostel is fairly new with modern facilities, I find it very disappointing. No common room to relax or meet the tourists unless you count the expensive Middle Eastern restaurant downstairs. No kitchen other than a microwave oven and filthy refrigerator with lot of mystery life forms.During...

To Sterile - user review
Rooms here are pretty basic.The TV's high on the wall and they don't have remotes.It's not worth watching anyway because the receiption is horrid.There is no social atmos...

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