This is the best SF City Home discount we could find for this San Francisco accommodation. (See more details below.)
SF City Home promo code & hotel info
Hotel name: SF City Home, San Francisco
Address: 3016 Scott Street, Marina District, San Francisco, CA 94123, United States of America
City: San Francisco
Country: California (United States)
Description: Providing a tennis court, SF City Home is located in the Marina District district in San Francisco. The Lombard Street is within 1.3 miles of the vacation home.
Save money: *Get up to 25% off your stay depending on the days of the week you book your room, the duration of your stay, the current availability of the room, the season of the year, and other factors
Promotion code details: No coupon or promotion codes are currently required to save money (any available discount will be automatically applied)
Is SF City Home the best place for you to stay in San Francisco?
Getting a great deal or exclusive discount code on SF City Home is fantastic.
But there are also other things for you to consider, when deciding whether it’s the best overall place for you to stay during your time in San Francisco.
With that in mind, we’ve created a list of things for you to consider, in addition to price, to help you decide whether it is, indeed, your best option.
You can simply skim the topics and questions down below, or click on any one you’d like to learn more about.
Why use SCHISF as an abbreviation?
During our review, you might sometimes see us refer to SF City Home in San Francisco (29 characters long, including blanks) as SCHISF (6 characters long) for the following 3 reasons:
- We created the acronym by taking the first letter of every word (which was very groundbreaking, we know)
- We’re lazy and SCHISF is simpler and easier for reviewing purposes
- We save 23 characters every time we do this
So, just a heads up that we’ll be using this abbreviation sometimes, so you’re not left scratching your head and wondering what the heck we’re talking about whenever we refer to SCHISF throughout the remainder of this review.
Also, we’ll sometimes use SCHISF69132 which is a combination of the abbreviation with the Travel Help Guru post id, which we sometimes use for THG tracking purposes to further differentiate abbreviations from one another.
Were you able to get a good SF City Home deal?
Since a more affordable price is such an important factor for deciding where to stay in San Francisco, we’ll go into greater detail on how we found the SF City Home offer at the top of this page, as well as other ways you can get a bigger discount, if you’re not satisfied with the price you found.
How TravelHelpGuru.com identifies the best SF City Home promo codes, deals, offers, and coupons
We checked sites like Booking.com, Hotels.com, Kayak.com, Travelocity.com, and Priceline.com for the best SCHISF promo codes, coupon codes, discounts, and coupons, and then presented you with the best one we found.
The only catch is that the discount you’ll get on SCHISF will depend on a varity of factors.
Why SF City Home discount rates can vary wildly
The price of staying at SCHISF will depend on factors such as the time of year (season), days of the week, current level of popularity (how booked it is or not), and more.
That said, you can use the tips below to hopefully get a great SF City Home promotional offer, in addition to the deal at the top of this page.
Use Google to find the best SF City Home coupon promo codes and discounts
This is one of the most effective ways to get a SCHISF discount, even though it can be a bit time consuming.
In a nutshell, you want to get on Google or a different search engine of your choice and do searches for things like:
- Best SF City Home promotion code or available promotion codes
- Most recent SF City Home voucher code
- Popular SF City Home coupons
Sometimes, being more specific can help improve your search results, but you can also try keeping your search queries for SCHISF simpler, like this:
- SF City Home deals
- SF City Home discount codes
It’s worth taking a few minutes doing these kinds of searches, if it gets you a better price on your stay in San Francisco.
Use email to get a good deal on SCHISF
Another tactic is to look up SF City Home online, and if you find a relevant website for it, chances are good that you can sign up for an email list that will eventually push exclusive offers, discounts, and deals for it that are available for a limited time.
That way you just get a SF City Home discount, promotion, or offer emailed directly to your email address once you’re on their mailing list.
Find good deals on other places to stay in San Francisco
The worst case scenario is that after all this searching, you’re still not satisfied with the SF City Home price.
This is still not a big deal, because you can easily search for other hotels, hostels, furnished apartments, etc. in San Francisco.
In fact, you can see a list of other hotels and lodgings in San Francisco here, in addition to SCHISF, if you want.
Or, if you’re feeling crazy, and you’re open to staying in other cities, you can look at a great selection of other Travel Help Guru United States lodgings here.
Questions about SF City Home special rates that can save you more money
In addition to trying the tactics above, if you can find the contact information for someone who can book your stay at SCHISF, ask this person (let’s call him or her The Booker) the following questions that can help you save money.
What tips are there to save money when booking a room at SF City Home?
In general, traveling to San Francisco off season, when it’s less busy, will help you save money when booking a room at SCHISF, but it never hurts to ask The Booker what other strategies there are to get a better rate than the standard rate (aka special savings opportunities), as well as what the rate plan policies are in general.
How can you avoid extra fees at SF City Home in San Francisco?
Ideally, you want to avoid as many hidden fees as you can, so it pays to ask The Booker for SCHISF whether there is an extra person fee, early check in fee, late check out fee, wifi / internet access fee, and in some cases, an additional resort fee.
Does SF City Home offer holiday promo codes?
Sometimes, you can find great holiday specials when securing a place to stay, and The Booker for SCHISF would likely know of any upcoming holiday discounts.
What holiday packages does SF City Home offer to guests?
This is a slightly different than the question above, in that you might discover a package that involves excursions, shopping, or dining in San Francisco that save you money that way.
Does SF City Home have student discounts, senior discounts, or military discounts?
Here’s one of our favorite THG tips: investigate whether you can get a specific discount type, like a student discount, senior discount, or military discount when booking your SCHISF stay, since these kinds of discount types are often not publicly advertised.
Does SF City Home have any friends and family discount programs?
This is another great question to ask The Booker for SCHISF69132, because getting friends and family discounts gets you instant benefits that is good for you but also them (since it encourages you to get more people to stay there).
Are there any special offers available for couples at SF City Home?
Similar to the approach above, you can ask The Booker about SCHISF couple discounts for romantic getaways, which sometimes works, depending on the accommodation.
How often does SF City Home release new coupon codes?
If there are, indeed, SCHISF coupon codes, promo codes, etc., then The Booker would be the best person to ask about how often such SF City Home discounts are released.
What are the blackout dates for SF City Home promotional codes?
This is a follow-up question to the question above, because if you discover any SCHISF promotional codes, they will probably be subject to availability, and there will likely be black out dates when you won’t be able to use them (like during the busy season) and The Booker can tell you what those blackout dates are.
Are there every any Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals for SF City Home?
This one is more of a longshot, but it doesn’t hurt to ask the Booker if they ever have any black friday or cyber monday specials for SCHISF69132 (assuming you can wait that long).
More frequently asked questions about SF City Home specials
In addition to the information above, the FAQ below can further help answer your questions about how to get the best SCHISF special rate during your stay in San Francisco.
What is the best SF City Home promo code coupon, discount, or deal for me?
The best SCHISF promotional code coupon, discount, or deal for you will be the one that saves you the most money during the time period you’re looking at. Don’t overthink this one.
Are SF City Home coupon codes and promo codes tested by THG?
If we provide coupon codes or promo codes for SCHISF, Travel Help Guru will test them out first, and in instances where no promotion code or coupon code is necessary, we’ll let you know that as well.
How do I use an available SF City Home promo code offer?
Generally, if there is an available code, you would go to a website affiliated with booking SCHISF, apply the promo code at checkout, and then verify that you got the discounted rate on your booking confirmation.
What other steps can I do to take advantage of SF City Home offers?
We have covered this in greater detail elsewhere, but your best bets are to use the discount at the top of this page, do Google searches, and if possible, contact The Booker for SCHISF69132.
How many coupon codes can be used for each reservation if I find more than one SF City Home coupon code?
In almost every case, the policy is only one coupon code per reservation, which applies to your entire purchase, and we would be very surprised if the SCHISF policy is any different.
Do you care about more than just the price of SF City Home? (If so, continue…)
As part of the Travel Help Guru expert review system, we help you ask questions to determine whether SCHISF69132 is the best place for you to stay in San Francisco.
If you’re already happy with the price, and all you care about is getting the lowest price or the lowest rates in town, there’s no need to continue with the THG review system for SCHISF!
But if you’re like most people, if you want to make the best decision about where you’re staying in San Francisco, you’ll also want to consider and answer the following questions below…
Remember, the more you answer "yes", the better SCHISF will be for you.
How to use the Travel Help Guru system to evaluate SF City Home
The THG system for evaluating SCHISF is very simple.
Just consider the questions below. The more you answer "yes" to each question, the better SCHISF69132 is a good fit for you.
If you want to make it more fun, you can assign a rating of 1 suitcase to 4 suitcases to SF City Home, depending on how good of a fit you think it is, according to your expert rating.
But that’s optional.
And now, let the questions begin…
Is SF City Home in a good location in San Francisco for you?
Where you want to be located in San Francisco is one of the most important questions for you to answer.
Of course, it all depends on why you’ll be in San Francisco in the first place, and whether the location of SCHISF will be helpful to you or not.
For example, are you traveling to San Francisco for business or pleasure? Visiting friends or family there? Simply want to soak up the sights and attractions?
It’s very simple: decide what you want to actually accomplish (what you want to see or do) in San Francisco. And then decide whether SF City Home’s location is a benefit for that or not.
Does SF City Home have a pool?
An indoor pool or outdoor pool (or even super swanky rooftop pool) might or might not be important to you, depending on how you’re planning to spend your time in San Francisco and who you’re traveling with.
For example, if you’re traveling by yourself on business, it might not be important at all, but if you’re traveling to San Francisco with friends, family, or children, and you think you’d enjoy relaxing by the pool at SCHISF, it might be an important consideration whether there is an indoor or outdoor swimming pool, whether it’s heated or not and has a pool bar or not, and so on.
If a pool is very important for your stay, THG recommends that you do a specific search for the best deals on San Francisco hotels with pools.
Does SF City Home have a steam bath, sauna, hot tub, spa, or spa tub?
While you’re exploring the pool options at SCHISF69132, you might as well check whether there’s a steam bath, sauna, hot tub, full service spa, or spa tub that you might be able to enjoy to make your stay even more relaxing.
Does SF City Home offer free wi-fi?
This is a huge consideration when considering whether to stay at SCHISF, since people rely on wi fi (wireless internet access) for everything from business work to entertainment.
Travel Help Guru recommends that you double check that SCHISF69132 has, at the very least, free wifi in lobby areas, as well as more private options for fast, solid, reliable internet access.
Does the check-in time and check-out time at SF City Home work for you?
Check-in times and check-out times can vary a lot depending on the accomodation, so be sure to verify whether the check in time and check out time at SCHISF works with your schedule, as well as whether you can do a mobile check in to make the process even easier.
Does the cancellation policy for SF City Home work for you?
On the off-chance you have to cancel your reservation, check the cancellation policy for SCHISF so that you can avoid a cancellation fee on your credit card or debit card.
Does SF City Home have good transportation options for you?
Being able to get around San Francisco easily will probably be an important consideration for you, so consider the related transportation issues and questions below, and see if SCHISF will sufficiently meet your needs.
Does SF City Home offer free airport shuttle service?
If you’re flying into an airport as a way of traveling to San Francisco, you will want to ensure that you can easily get to and from the airport from SCHISF, and if you can do this for free with an airport shuttle service, instead of paying a taxi fare, bus fare, or for some other means of travel, that’s even better.
Does SF City Home offer free parking?
If you have a car during your stay in San Francisco, be sure to verify whether SCHISF69132 offers free parking, because ideally you want to save some money by not paying for self parking or valet parking, if there’s any way you can avoid this fee.
Is the public transportation near SF City Home good?
If you don’t have a car when visiting San Francisco, investigate what kind of transportation SCHISF provides to nearby sites, as well as the best way to get around, whether it’s by subway, train, taxi, bus, Uber, Lyft, etc, especially since a nearby subway station, train station, bus station, or taxi station in walking distance can make all the difference in the world.
Does SF City Home have enough beds for you?
If you’re staying at SCHISF with multiple people, this answer is important, because a single twin bed, double bed, queen bed, or king bed is fine if you’re on your own, but if there are others you’d rather not share a bed with, it’s worth checking whether you’ll have a couple double beds or queen sized beds for the sleeping arrangements, or perhaps even a double sofa that you can pull out and make into an extra bed.
Does SF City Home have good food options?
Depending on your needs, consider whether SCHISF offers a free breakfast, and if so, whether it’s a simple daily continental breakfast / buffet breakfast, or something fancier like a brunch or some kind of fine dining experience with exquisite cuisine and award winning food.
Beyond investigating your breakfast options at SCHISF69132, you’ll also want to know what other food options there are in San Francisco (grocery stores, restaurants, etc.), and if you’re traveling with children, bonus points for checking whether any restaurants nearby have a children’s menu.
Is the customer service available at SF City Home satisfactory?
If you’re someone who wants to be well taken care of during your time in San Francisco, you might want to check what kinds of guest services are available at SCHISF, like whether there’s a 24-hour concierge service, 24 hour front desk person (providing 24 hour reception), any special services for couples, ideally a friendly staff with high service marks, etc.
Does SF City Home have daily maid service?
Ideally, you want SCHISF to have clean bed sheets and fresh towels, whether or not there’s a daily cleaning service, and if you need laundry done, you might check whether there’s a laundromat or dry cleaning service nearby if these services aren’t available on site.
Are you happy with the amenities at SF City Home?
In addition to being happy with the services, you’ll also want to make sure you’re happy with the hotel amenities at SCHISF, such as the business amenities, exercise facilities and gym equipment (whether or not there’s a 24 hour fitness center), whether rooms come with perks like electric fireplaces, shopping options nearby, etc.
Does SF City Home have good tv options?
Although a flat screen satellite tv isn’t necessarily the most important consideration, if you watch a lot of television and this matters to you, you might check whether your stay at SCHISF69132 comes with a flat screen tv or not.
Does SF City Home have air conditioning?
If you’re staying somewhere hot or humid, you might want to see if SCHISF has air conditioning, which would make you more comfortable.
Does SF City Home have a bar?
If you’re the kind of person who like a hotel bar, lobby bar, or a personal mini bar in your room, be sure to verify whether SCHISF has one of these or not.
Does SF City Home offer any activities for guests?
Depending on how important entertainment is to you, you might want to investigate whether SCHISF organizes any activities for guests, offers special packages, trips, or excursions, whether there is a casino or some other form of adult enternainment nearby, and if you’re traveling with children, whether there are any facilities for children that would make your stay easier.
Can you bring pets to SF City Home?
If you’re traveling with pets, like dogs, cats, hamsters, gerbils, or whatever else, definitely investigate the pet policy at SCHISF to verify whether your pet is welcome and whether there are any additional charges if they are, indeed, pet friendly.
Is SF City Home suitable for special occasions?
If you’re celebrating a special occasion, be sure to verify whether SCHISF satisfies your needs, like whether it offers a romantic hotel package for couples, or whether it can accommodate group bookings if you’re traveling with a lot of people.
For example, if you’re dealing with lots of guests traveling to San Francisco for a wedding, you might ask whether you can organize your wedding at SCHISF69132 or have wedding guests stay there, as well as whether there’s a penthouse or executive suite that you could book.
Is the smoking policy at SF City Home ideal?
If you can’t stand cigarette smoke or any other form of smoking, you might want to check if SCHISF has a non-smoking policy, and on the other hand, if you’re a smoker, you might want to check if smoking is allowed.
Are there good health and safety measures at SF City Home?
After the coronavirus and COVID 19 affected so many lives, many accommodations have enhanced their sanitation measures, so if this is important to you, check whether SCHISF has guest safety measures in place, like physical distancing, regularly cleaning commonly touched surfaces, and other additional safety precautions.
Will your luggage be safe at SF City Home?
If you’re checking in early, and you can’t get into your room yet, you might want to check whether SCHISF69132 has a safe, secure place to store your luggage until then.
Is SF City Home big enough for you?
If you’re the kind of person who prefers spacious suites and large, sweeping private balconies, as opposed to a tiny, cozy, less spacious suite without a private balcony, you might investigate how big your living space at SCHISF will be in either square feet (sq ft) or square meters (sq m) to verify it’s spacious enough for you.
How does SF City Home compare to other lodging options in San Francisco?
Finally, it never hurts to consider how SCHISF compares to other possibilities in San Francisco, especially depending on your needs, interests, and goals.
Are you a solo traveler visiting San Francisco?
If you’re traveling by yourself as a tourist, you might want to check out what the best hostels or hotels in San Francisco are for solo travellers or leisure travelers vacationing by themselves.
Do you want to learn more about the history of San Francisco?
On the other hand, if you’re a history buff, you might enjoy deliberately searching for historic hotels in San Francisco and staying in the historic district, if there is one, and seeing how it compares to SCHISF69132.
Are the sights and views of San Francisco important to you?
If you’re the kind of person who loves great views, which often come with a high quality downtown hotel, you might consider a hotel with city views that appeal to you, whether it’s from a window in your room, or from a rooftop deck or rooftop bar at SCHISF.
What are the budget hotels in San Francisco like?
If you want a good hotel deal in San Francisco, staying in a budget hotel might be your best option, and you can see how SCHISF stacks up against these kinds of budget hotel deals just by spending a few minutes reading some hotel reviews and seeing what you think.
What are the apartment rentals / furnished living suites in San Francisco like?
Depending on how long you’re staying in San Francisco, you might consider an apartment rental, although THG recommends that for shorter stays you look for a furnished living suite as opposed to a non-furnished one for convenience.
How much do hotel rooms cost in San Francisco in general?
Also, you might want to consider how much a hotel room is in San Francisco in general, depending on whether you’re staying at a 1 star, 2 star, 3 star, or a high-end 4 star hotel. You might also compare these prices to boutique hotels, since a boutique hotel can have a very different price range.
By doing this research, you can see how much of a difference in cost per night there is between cheap hotels that aren’t booked that much vs. popular hotels that are booked more often in San Francisco, and make a decision about whether you want to stay in a cheap hotel or a more expensive hotel.
All these considerations will help you better decide if SCHISF is the best place to stay in San Francisco for you.
Rooms, rates & deals for SCHISF
Number of rooms: TBD
Minimum price per room: TBD USD
Maximum rate per room: TBD USD
Property description (rooms, rates, deals & more)
One of our best sellers in San Francisco! Providing a tennis court, SF City Home is located in the Marina District district in San Francisco. The Lombard Street is within 1.3 miles of the vacation home.
This vacation home with sea views features a bathroom with a bath and free toiletries. There’s a seating area, a dining area and a kitchen complete with a dishwasher and an oven.
A continental breakfast is served every morning at the property.
The vacation home has a grill. A terrace is available for guests to use at SF City Home.
Ghirardelli Square is 1.5 miles from the accommodation, while Coit Tower is 2.2 miles away. The nearest airport is San Francisco International Airport, 16 miles from the property.
Brief reviews (in English and other languages)
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Final review & details for this lodging
Booking your stay: Make sure this hotel has everything you want when you go to book it. Take a moment to read other people’s reviews of it, since you can learn a lot from others who have actually stayed there.
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