Cheap hotels in Marina, San Francisco

The hip Marina is a picturesque “village” with exquisite Victorian homes, expanses of waterfront and killer views of the Golden Gate. It was devastated by the Great Quake and then rebuilt for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, a remainder of which is the iconic Palace of Fine Arts. And after the 1989 earthquake leveled the area a second time, it got a shiny new face (and sturdier construction).

These days, the home of the Presidio and the Exploratorium is also home to yuppie types, who shop in its trendy boutiques and brunch in its sunny cafés. A buzzing nightlife and a Safeway supermarket famous for its pickup scene also make this the place where singles come to see and be seen. But amid posh spa treatments and yoga pants (the standard uniform around these parts), the ‘hood also attracts assorted free spirits, who stroll through artsy Fort Mason’s museums and nonprofits, or picnic and fly kites at Crissy Field.


Editor's Pick
Country Hearth Inn, San Francisco

Address 2707 Lombard Street (Marina)

Set back from the street and two block from the Presidio, the basic Country Hearth Inn has something its motel neighbors on Lombard Street do not: It's quiet!

7.1 Guest Rating

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HI - San Francisco - Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco

Address Building #240 Fort Mason (Marina)

With a woodsy setting, to-die-for views, a historic building and tons of fun extras, the HI Fisherman’s Wharf is one of the coolest hostels we’ve ever seen.

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$65

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Marina Inn, San Francisco

Address 3110 Octavia Street (Marina)

Set in a historic building within walking distance of Fort Mason and the great shops and eateries of the hip Marina District, the Marina Inn is a two-star hotel with spacious rooms, loads of character and very low rates.

7.3 Guest Rating

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