Worldmark San Francisco is close to Chinatown, Nob Hill, and Union Square. Central location and affordability! It's a great way to stay in the city without paying the outrageous rates that most hotels are offering.
There is a queen bed in the living area. No sofa. There is also a partial kitchen in the unit -- a smaller refrigerator, microwave, and a coffee maker.
Upon checking in at the front desk, Worldmark will secure a credit card for a incidentals. Wi-Fi is optional (Hotel: $5/day).
- Check-In is after 4:00pm.
- Check-out is at 12:00pm.
- 2 guest maximum (NO exceptions and that includes children and infants).
- Wi-Fi is NOT included. It is optional for purchase through Worldmark at $5 per day.
-Front desk will secure a $100 refundable deposit on your credit card for incidentals. Please be prepared for them to charge your card $100. They will usually refund the deposit within 72 hours.
- There is no on-site parking at WorldMark San Francisco. Expect to pay between $34-$46 per day depending on the parking option you choose and the size of your vehicle. Larger vehicles such as RVs will be considerably more expensive. Please ask the Front Desk for local parking options.
- When checking in, there is a good chance that a salesperson will attempt to have you attend a breakfast and presentation in order to sell you Worldmark credits. In my experience, it has been a very high-pressure sales pitch that lasted a minimum of 90 minutes (3 hours in some cases). Please know that this is completely optional. The broken record approach works best for me: "No, thank you. I am not interested at this time." They have even offered prepaid gift cards for $75-$100 in the past, but be ready to commit 2-3 hours. For me, I'd rather see the beautiful city of San Francisco! :-)
I have been a teacher in the Sacramento area for the last 10 years. My wife and I have two children and enjoy traveling, exercising, and spending time with our children. I rent out my family's Worldmark vacation ownership in order to pay the maintenance fees and to help my mother prepare for retirement.