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The Mosser hotel description>>
Nice foyer, shame about the rooms
The hotel was disappointing, but in a reasonable location. It was shocking to find dangerous pharmaceutical equipment underneath the bed and layers of dust behind every piece of furniture. The hotel has obviously spent a lot on the foyer which looks great but don't be fooled as they have spent very little on the rooms. Several fire engines in the middle of every night-enormously loud sirens-paper thin windows. Seedy shops outside the hotel and beggars outside. Staff are rude and unhelpful. Not suitable for children! Do not stay here - spend the extra money for a hotel further downtown, you won't regret it.
Good for a quick and inexpensive visit
I recently stayed one night at the Monarch with a few friends. The hotel room was well sized (if awkwardly laid out), clean, comfortable to sleep 5 people, and had a mini fridge which we found very convenient. The staff was helpful and the location central to the places we wanted to visit. Yes, there was an adult shop across the street, but so what? no one is asking you to visit it! Give the Monarch a chance if you want affordable accomodations.
I stayed at the Monarch Hotel in San Francisco for 1 week commencing the 15 December 2003. Reading the previous reviews from other trip advior's i was a bit worried about our stay at the hotel. The hotel first impression and the surrounding area are not very good. But once we were settled in we were fine apart from the noise on the busy Geary Street and the sounds of fire engines through the night. which did have an effect on my sleep for the last few nights.The locals seems fine - yes there were a few beggers and tramps romaing the streets, but you cannot escape this in any city.We were "out and about" coming in late and no one bothered us.Considering a large proportion of the more better hotels are all suitated on Geary Street just off Union Square, I don't think no one could have escasped the constant traffic noise from Geary Street, unless you had doulble glazed hotel windows.Overalll the Hotel rooms were basic with a large kingsize bed, walk in wardrobe, free HBO TV and a desk. The rooms were clean and basic. The hotel is presentable and well kept.
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