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Landmark building circa 1920’s, located on quiet, beautiful, sunny, palm tree lined boulevard and centrally located neighborhood.
2 blocks from Dolores Park, 2 blocks from hip 20/30 something Valencia Corridor with top restaurants, coffee houses, and clubs. Walking distance to Noe Valley, Castro and the Mission. Noe Valley is a quaint, young family shopping area; The Castro is the gay capital of the world with nightlife, shops, bars and cafes. The Mission is a latino neighborhood coexisting with a 20's/30's crowd with bustling nightlife life and interesting shops, restaurants and galleries.
While this apartment is walking distance from the best city restaurants and nightlife - it offers a quiet neighborhood setting for all ages. An upscale market is in building with fruit, wine, cheese and other sundries.
800 square foot apartment is light, vibrant with distinctive modern furnishings and beautiful deck/garden access.
San Francisco is so much more than trolley cars, Fisherman's Wharf and the Transamerica building. It is a city of diverse neighborhoods all with their own vibe and look created by the unique mix of residents of that neighborhood.
Easy public transportation to downtown (1 block to Muni/train, 5 blocks to Bart/subway) tourist attractions – shopping, theatre district, museums and the Powell Street Cable Car line which goes to Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown and North Beach.
Keywords: 1 Bedroom Apartment
My family and I stayed at Casa Dolores for two months for both work and vaccation. We already want to go back which means we could not have had an better experience than we did. We had an absolutely lovely time during these months and a lot has to do with all the positive aspects of staying there. The location is perfect, close to Dolores Park and the beautiful skyline of San Francisco, a few blocks to Valencia Street that has a surprise in every corner with all their hip stores, restaurants and cafés, close to 24th street which is a very cozy street also with lots of cafés and stores. The Muni which goes to the city center is just a two minute walk from the apartment and takes about 12 minutes to Powell Street. Everything is close and feels easy. Also very comfortable to have Mama´s market in the same building that had a smaller variety of breads, fruits, milk etc. The apartment was very charming with fun furniture and decorations with a beautiful terrace. Most importantly it was clean and had what we needed, if there was something missing the owner Jay made sure to get it for us. The owner is so friendly and helpful and really cared about us having a good stay. We travelled with our daughter of 1,5 years and Jay gave her new toys to play with all the time. He helped me with contacts in my work, drove us to the airport etc. He did those extra gestures without needing to and it was really appreciated by us and make the stay in to something more than ordinary. Thanks Jay! We warmly recommend Casa Dolores!
We enjoyed our stay at Casa Dolores during the holiday season for several reasons. It was very close to our family and it was spacious and near many of the things we love about the Mission. In addition, it is very close to the J line which is the life line to the rest of San Francisco. And...it is next to a market/bodega which is very, very handy for all the things you need. The living area has wonderful high ceilings and comfortable furniture and also was a great area for me to wrap holiday packages. Jay was a concerned host and was more than conscientious about communicating. A good stay.
Our second visit to San Francisco, enjoyed the neighbourhood so much more than last time, when we stayed close to the frenetic pace of Union Square. This cosy apartment was so welcoming to come back to after a day of sightseeing, and the grocery store in the same building is a real bonus. Would stay here again without any hesitation.
Our family stayed at Casa Dolores on our first ever visit to San Francisco. Cute cozy apartment in an outstanding location. We walked to Tartines Bakery, Dolores park, and many Noe Valley restaurants. Jay was an amazing host and we highly recommend his apartment.
We recently returned from our trip to San Francisco and we could not have been happier with the accommodation provided by Jay the owner.
The location was perfect for us, during the day we would venture into the city to see the "touristy" sites as well as some of the lesser known things to do and see. At the end of the day we would return to a nice quiet, safe location and fall asleep to barely a sound from outdoors..perhaps the odd car on the street but the hustle and bustle of downtown is just far enough away to allow you to decompress after alot of walking.
The apartment is in a very hip area of SF, the Mission District is only minutes away on foot, the Castro is the same only in the opposite direction. Delores Park is just up the hill (everything in SF is up a hill, so bring good comfortable shoes like runners or proper walking shoes), Delores Park was a nice area to chill out in the evening and it seems all the young people from the area gather there to drink wine, play frisbee and see the city from one of the best vantage points in the entire city.
There is a market in the same building and we were able to pick up any provisions we needed during our stay. For a big grocery order there is a Whole Foods about a 5-10 minute walk away, and a Safeway about a 20 minute walk away or easily stopped at by the transit system.
The transit stops are very handy to the apartment as well, the F train (or maybe the J train) stops just at the top of the hill from the apartment (maybe 3 minutes on foot). This train will take you directly downtown where you can easily grab another part of the transit system to go virtually anywhere you need to go. There is also the BART system that is about a 15 minute walk down along the Mission District that will take you quickly either downtown or to the airport.
We did use Uber a few times until we became familiar with the transit systems then we only took trains, cable cars or the BART to go anywhere. The bus system also works very well, we took the bus into Haight & Ashbury which only took about 15 minutes.
Jay keeps this apartment immaculate and it is decorated in a cool hip retro kind of way, very funky and fun to come back to. I wish we had more time to enjoy his upstairs patio.
This is not a party place, it is in a nice upscale area and well looked after. Jay was a wonderful host and provided plenty of tips and advice for getting around the city. We would definitely return without hesitation.
Casa Dolores was a great place to land for our house hunting trip to SF.
Jay is a gem of a VRBO owner and was incredibly helpful and knowledgeable about the city.
The neighborhood is very walkable at all hours and the apartment was neat and clean and blissfully quiet after 9-10pm every night. The market on the corner was an awesome plus.
As in many SF neighborhoods this is not one to have to deal with a car, but it was a short 2 block walk to the street car that wisked us quickly downtown, or 5 blocks to the BART, and an easy stroll to 24th st grocery and restaurants or Valencia coffee bars.
A perfect location and a perfect host
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
$20 per night per adult over 18 when more than 2 people