In fact, we were just voted Most Popular San Francisco hostel* for the third consecutive year!
Just three blocks from Union Square in the heart of the city, we’re a short walk from Chinatown, Japantown, the historic cable cars and San Francisco’s best shopping. Once you’re done seeing the sites, we have comfortable dorms, featuring our custom-designed privacy pods and private rooms, with hotel amenities ready for you to relax. Or you can trade travel stories with new friends in our many social spaces including a recently renovated lounge, dining area, kitchen and library. We even have a yoga studio to stretch those sore muscles! No other hostel in San Francisco offers all this making us the best value in hostel accommodation for backpackers, flashpackers and budget travelers.
There’s plenty to do in this great city…from visiting Alcatraz, watching the sea lions at Pier 39 and sampling gourmet food at Fisherman’s Wharf. San Francisco also offers great museums, spacious parks and exciting nightlife.
Please note that our prices do not include taxes. All daily bed rates of $40 or more are taxed at 16.25%. Bed rates under $40 are taxed only 1% tourist tax.
*award by Hostelworld.com
“Excellent! You can make your own pancakes in the morning! Good because there is organised things to do everyday, you also get a great bike discount so can rent bikes for a lot cheaper than many other companies are offering. A happy safe place to make some new friends and stay during your visit to San Francisco. Very good wifi and places fo hang out. Bring a big lock as small ones don't fit the lockers!”
“Overall positive experience! USA Hostels was an overall good experience. The facilities are good, personal light and socket on the beds is a brilliant idea. Charging points in the lockers is also very handy! They had plenty of free or cheap activities on each day although I only managed to do the pub crawl. Was good and met plenty of people on it. Location is good, a few blocks across from Union Square. About a 30-40 minute walk to Fisherman's Wharf but up and down some huge notorious San Francisco hills.”