San Francisco Hotels

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550 Geary Street San Francisco, California 94102
Steps from Union Square, world class shopping, restaurants, theater and the famous Cable Car Line.
299 2nd Street San Francisco, California 94105
Premier San Francisco downtown hotel featuring superb amenities and elevated guest rooms and suites.
580 Beach Street San Francisco, California 94133
761 Post Street San Francisco, California 94109
Located 3 blocks from Union Square, we offer valet parking, an on-site restaurant and free Wi-Fi
515 Mason Street San Francisco, California 94102
Luxury hotel with excellent amenities located in San Francisco's Union Square neighborhood.
1250 Columbus Avenue San Francisco, California 94133
NEWLY RENOVATED: Upscale hotel with 10 event venues near Pier 39, Golden Gate Bridge & Alcatraz
780 Mission Street San Francisco, California 94103
Modern hotel in downtown San Francisco with city views, excellent dining and expansive event venues.
480 Sutter Street San Francisco, California 94108
Sophisticated hotel in downtown San Francisco offering elevated accommodations and superb amenities.
600 Stockton Street San Francisco, California 94108
Luxury hotel near Union Square in upscale Nob Hill, featuring redesigned guest rooms and suites.

San Francisco

This “City by the Bay” has always held an irresistible charm for visitors. Surrounded by water on three sides, and occupying an easily navigable 49 square miles, San Francisco's attractions include incredible views, astounding architectural achievements and a culture all its own.

The iconic Golden Gate Bridge stretches 6,450 feet across the San Francisco Bay and is a good starting point for exploration of the city. On the south end of the bridge, meander through Golden Gate Park, home to San Francisco attractions like the de Young Museum, California Academy of Sciences, Strybing Arboretum and over seven miles of footpaths.

Dotted with restaurants, boutiques and hotels, the neighborhoods of San Francisco have their own distinct flavors. Fisherman’s Wharf is known for Pier 39, Ghirardelli Square, the Wax Museum and tours to Alcatraz. Chinatown centers on Grant Street, the oldest street in the city. Another famous street, Lombard, is known as the “crookedest” street in the world.

Union Square pairs San Francisco boutique hotels and upscale shops with a renowned public square. Public transportation has also made its way into the culture by way of the famous cable cars – one of the few mobile National Historic Landmarks.

For a relaxing end to your day, step foot outside your downtown San Francisco hotel and head over to Coit Tower. Tickets can be purchased for the observation deck which provides stunning views of the city from almost 180 feet in the air.

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