Anon on 08/18/2012
There are beg bugs. I woke up to a fat red one crawling alongside the pillow. My dad and I both have them in our beds, but the manager apparently cannot do anything about it because all the rooms are fully booked.
We don't feel comfortable sleeping here but we don't have any other choice..
I hope we are able to remove the pests from our belongings when we return home...
Anonymous on 06/27/2012
My brother and I stayed there four night. I ignored a few signs because I wanted to sleep at night. The first night we found a bug but pushed it off as being a tick because we had been doing some walking in big sur. The second night I noticed stains on the sheets but didn't really think too much of it because the hotel is not the cleanest. After being home for 3 days, the bites started popping up. I'm completely covered. This is not a cute look for NYC. My apartment was clean when I left and I'm
having the exterminator come today to make sure it didn't get infested from the trip. I've contacted Hotwire (where I made the booking) and the hotel. No word yet.
Anonymous on 02/13/2012
Stayed at this place in Feb of 2012.
Started getting itchy on the second day. On the second night, I took out my phone and was able to take pictures of the bugs (with the hotel linens visible).
The morning I checked out there was nobody at the desk so I just left my kept and went my way. I did sent them a polite email the next day reporting the problem and 'expressing hope' that they wouldn't rent this room out before having it checked by a pest control company. I didn't ask for anything els
They ignored that first email. No response, nothing. I sent a second email asking them whether their intent was just to ignore this issue and they ignored that as well.
I know BB can happen anywhere but you would hope that places that do have the problem would do something about it and at least acknowledge it..
Anonymous on 03/28/2011
I WENT TO SAN FRANCISCO FOR A WORKING TRIP ON JANUARY 2011. I STAYED AT THE PRESIDIO INN MY FIRST NIGHT ON FEB. 26TH, 20011. I WAKE UP LATE AND FIND AN ENORMOUS BUG KIND OF RUNNING AWAY FROM ME IN THE BED. HE LOOKED LIKE SOMETHING THAT SUCK BLOOD AND I WAS SO DISGUSTING THAT I KILLED HIM PRESSING IT TO THE BED SHEET AND TO MY SURPRISE IT KIND OF EXPLODED LEAVING A BLOODY RED SPOT ON THE WHITE BED SHEET. I GRAB MY STUFF AND RUN DOWNSTAIRS TO ASK FOR A CANCELLATION OF MY RESERVATION FOR THE TWO FO
LLOWING NIGHTS. I FOUND THE MANAGER TO BE RUDE TO ME AND NOT BELIEVING MY STORY OF A BED BUG. BECAUSE I HAVE NEVER SEEN IN PERSON A BED BUG BEFORE I PULL OUT MY LAPTOP, SEARCH FOR BED BUGS IMAGES, AN SHOW HIM A PICTURE OF THE SAME EXACT BUG I JUST KILL IN THE HIS ROOM. I'M SORRY IF THE STORY IS KIND OF UGLY BUT THIS IS AN EXPERIENCE I DON'T WISH ANYBODY.
Anonymous on 01/15/2011
My wife and I stayed at the Presidio Inn in San Francisco at the beginning of January 2011. During our stay I was very itchy, but I didnt think it was due to bedbugs. Once home, my wife had the same problem. We found out to be bed bug bites based on our symptoms. My wife called them to explain the situation and suggest them to address the problem. The gay who answered the phone has been really rude, unpolite and offensive (there are witnesses about this since my wife was at work and the phone wa
s on speaker). I would like to put some pictures of our arms, legs and neck, but unluckily I cant.