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Hotel Whitcomb - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$337

Hotel Whitcomb

1231 Market St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel and right near Bill Graham for shows"
Great time and loved the proximity to BG Civic Center, cool new bars and the Twitter building
A Traveller
Located in the San Francisco theater district with a BART and MUNI station at its entrance, this downtown hotel is 6 blocks …More
Travelodge San Francisco Airport-North - South San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
$149

Travelodge San Francisco Airport-North

326 S Airport Blvd, South San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Location"
Travel Lodge was the right price, had an Airport Shuttle, convenient location, and a restaurant directly next door. My housekeeping service from Maria was excellent and made a priority as I arrived earlier than expected. The front desk worked to Accomodate my needs and were very helpful, also very accommodating with each hotel guest while I was in the lobby.
Traveller from IL
This 200-room hotel is 2 miles north of San Francisco International Airport and 10 miles from downtown San Francisco.More
The Park Hotel - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

The Park Hotel

325 Sutter Street, San Francisco - Map
 
 
very convenient right at the heart of the city. near to china town and union square.
A Traveller
Located in Downtown San Francisco, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Xanadu Gallery and Union Square. San Francisco …More
Monarch Hotel - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
$169

Monarch Hotel

1015 Geary St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel and very helpful staff! "
The staff was very helpful and accommodating. The room was nice and clean. I would stay there again.
A Traveller
This hotel is in San Francisco's theater district, 7 blocks from Union Square, and 12 blocks from Chinatown's main gate.More
The Marina Inn on San Francisco Bay - San Leandro Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

The Marina Inn on San Francisco Bay

68 Monarch Bay Dr, San Leandro - Map
 
 
"Nice, quaint hotel on the bay."
coming from out of state, I was worried about finding the hotel. Our GPS directions lead us right to the hotel. The staff were friendly. The elevator made noises that scared my teenagers. Breakfast was nice. It was too chilly the 2 days we were at the hotel, so we didn't get to use the pool. There are 2 restaurants right next to hotel within walking distance. The hotel provided a cookie and milk snack in late afternoon/evening, which was a nice touch. When I needed to go to Walmart, they printed directions off for us. It is truly the little things that make a difference! If we ever return to the bay area, definitely will stay here again!
Traveller from Indiana
Situated in San Leandro, this golf hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Monarch Bay Golf Club and within 6 mi (10 km) of O.co …More
Hotel 964 - San Francisco Hotels

Hotel 964

964 Howard Street, San Francisco - Map
 
 
This hotel is located in San Francisco (South of Market), close to Defenestration Building, Union Square, and Westfield San …More
The Fairmont San Francisco - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Fairmont San Francisco

950 Mason Street Atop Nob Hill, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Night in the City"
We were checked in very fast and upgraded to a king room for no additional charge. The staff was very helpful and friendly.
Traveller from Woodbridge CA
The Fairmont San Francisco is located atop swanky Nob Hill, the only spot in the city where every cable car line intersects …More
Red Roof Plus San Francisco Airport - Burlingame Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Red Roof Plus San Francisco Airport

777 Airport Blvd, Burlingame - Map
 
 
"Decent hotel, nice staff "
Checked us in early when Expedia messed up our reservation, the front desk guy was very nice and allowed us to check in early anyways thanks!
Traveller from ca
Red Roof Inn San Francisco Airport offers guests a budget-friendly place to stay 4 miles (6.4 km) from San Francisco …More
Pier 2620 Hotel Fisherman's Wharf - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Pier 2620 Hotel Fisherman's Wharf

2620 Jones Street, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Location and hotel conditions are worth my stay."
We stayed at this hotel for two nights and were pleased by the walking distance to our favorite spots such as: Lombard St, Fisherman Wharf, and cable car station that we all tried. Hotel condition and room cleaniness are above average at this room rate.
Traveller from Seattle, WA.
Located in North Beach, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Cannery at Del Monte Square, Ripley's Believe It Or Not …More
The Opal San Francisco - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

The Opal San Francisco

1050 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"OK hotel for an OK price"
The Opal is a fine hotel for downtown SF. It's not great, it's not terrible. My ground floor room was very very noisy. Road noise, pedestrian noise, construction noise. I spend at least 25% of the year on the road and can do with some fairly noisy rooms. This was a bit too much. Noise from neighboring rooms and the hallway pretty loud too. That goes with the territory of older SF hotels mind you, nothing special there. Zero hot water was available the night I checked in, it was ok the morning after though. Don't let the breakfast factor into your decision, it's some bread, toasters, and stale pastries. Plenty of great breakfast in the area that will be a little more filling. Would I stay here again? Yea probably. The price was right and the city can get pretty expensive at times. Would I recommend it to someone on vacation? No. Spend a bit more and get something a little nicer.
A Traveller
Built in 1908, The Opal is 5 blocks from the California Street cable car line. Union Square in downtown San Francisco is an …More

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    Packed into 49 square miles and bordered on three sides by water, San Francisco has breathtaking vistas – literally. Pant to the top of a hill for an astonishing panorama of the impossibly blue bay, dotted by sailboats and linked by the Golden Gate Bridge to the pristine Marin Headlands beyond.

    San Francisco has always drawn both fortune seekers and free spirits with its live-and-let-live philosophy. The most progressive city in the U.S., it brought you "Howl,” the Summer of Love, the gay rights movement, the Internet revolution and Burning Man.

    Its tourist attractions have a nostalgic quality – dinging cable cars, winding Lombard Street, deco Coit Tower. Locals are found elsewhere: lounging in Dolores Park, browsing boutiques along Valencia Street, buying cheese at the Ferry Building, cheering the Giants at AT&T Park or surfing at Ocean Beach. They’re barhopping in the Castro or the Marina or the Mission, or catching a band at the Fillmore. And they’re dining at a dizzying array of exceptional restaurants – line up and join them.

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    However, delve into San Francisco's history and you'll find that, unlike the movies, the city has a real story to tell. San Francisco's population exploded with the Gold Rush of the 1840s, making it the largest city on the West Coast during that era. Banks, merchants (including the now famous Ghriadelli chocolatier), and the arrival of the first transcontinental railroad, brought enough wealth to build churches, theaters, and the first cable cars. San Francisco flourished, becoming a beacon of culture and lavishness in the otherwise underdeveloped American West. Prosperity during this period led to the construction of the city's countless Victorian-style homes and buildings, which have become a contemporary attraction among tourists and locals alike.

    San Francisco has often been referred to as a hub of liberal thinking and mixing of cultures; it's well known as the site of the Summer of Love and an early leader in the United States' gay rights movement. Almost 40 per cent of the city's population was born overseas, creating a diverse mixture of people and neighborhoods, including one of the largest Chinatowns in America, Little Italy, and the Latin America-flavored Mission District. The city saw an influx of writers and artists in the 1950s, hippies in the 1960s, and another financial boom in the 1990s with the advent of the Internet - all of which have made San Francisco a wealthy city with a high standard of living and a robust entertainment and arts scene.

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    San Francisco is home to many iconic sites, including the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, and the Coit Tower. Try a cruise for a great tour of the harbor or get a city pass to visit all the famous sights.

    Numerous, undulating hills crisscrossed by cable cars are also characteristic of the city. A tight collection of distinct neighborhoods, San Francisco is easy to explore on foot (with a little help from the cable cars or a double-decker bus for the steeper hills). Find department-store shopping and entertainment in Union Square and the Financial District; souvenirs and tourists at Fisherman's Wharf; luxurious hotels and views on Nob/Russian Hill; and remnants of hippy bohemia in the Haight.

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