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Serrano Hotel - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$203

Serrano Hotel

405 Taylor St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"A historic gem in a diverse neighborhood."
Surprise fees for “urban taxes” of $26+ were laughable. Hotel is actively renovating, which will only enhance its charm. On checkout day hotel was receiving large order of new mattresses. Looking up!
Traveller from san jose
The Serrano Hotel is steps away from Union Square, perfectly positioned in the Theater District of San Francisco, 2 blocks …More
Handlery Union Square Hotel - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$189

Handlery Union Square Hotel

351 Geary St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
We arrived early an they we very helpful in holding our luggage until check-in so we could see the sites!
A Traveller
A half-block from cable cars, this hotel is 2 blocks from Westfield San Francisco Shopping Centre; the Moscone Center and the …More
Hotel Nikko San Francisco - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Nikko San Francisco

222 Mason St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Love it here "
This is our second time at the NIkko in 3 months. Last time was with a client and this time just for us. We love it here. The staff is fantastic, rooms lovely and the valet and concierge, the very best! Thank you !
Traveller from sonoma
The Asian-inspired Hotel Nikko San Francisco is located downtown, a 4-minute walk from Union Square and the designer shops of …More
Hotel Whitcomb - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$210

Hotel Whitcomb

1231 Market St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Decent hotel very close to the BART station. "
Rolando at the front desk was very helpful. The front desk was busy with convention guests but he took his time answering my questions and helping me with an early check out.
Traveller from Las Vegas
Located in the San Francisco theater district with a BART and MUNI station at its entrance, this downtown hotel is 6 blocks …More
Hotel EPIK - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel EPIK

706 Polk St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Staff goes out of their way to accommodate guests."
I made a mistake when booking the room. I thought I had booked for two nights, not just one. Though that hotel was almost at capacity, the manager rearranged things so I was able to stay two nights!
Traveller from Saratoga
Located in Downtown San Francisco, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of San Francisco City Hall, War Memorial Opera …More
The Adrian - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

The Adrian

493 Eddy St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
1.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Located in Downtown San Francisco, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Asian Art Museum of San Francisco and Westfield …More
Executive Hotel Vintage Court - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$174

Executive Hotel Vintage Court

650 Bush Street, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"SF for a conference!"
Loved this Vintage Hotel, super comfy, staff went out of their way to help with anything I needed...and the wine tasting was such a nice added touch! This place reminds me of the Art Deco hotels of Southbeach...close to restaurants and attractions...highly recommend this place!
Traveller from Canada
Executive Hotel Vintage Court places guests a 5-minute walk from Union Square shops like Tiffany & Co and Saks Fifth Avenue …More
Hotel Diva - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$237

Hotel Diva

440 Geary St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Clean Room"
Staff was very helpful, rooms were clean. Walking distance to Union Square
Traveller from Phx AZ
This downtown San Francisco hotel is surrounded by shopping, restaurants and theaters, only 2 blocks from Union Square, and …More
Chancellor Hotel on Union Square - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$146

Chancellor Hotel on Union Square

433 Powell St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Stellar Location, Clean, Friendly!"
Forget the $500+/night Hotels in this vibrant location smack dab in Union Square on the famous streetcar path. This is the BEST bargain in town! Very comfortable, well staffed, super clean. I don't like hitting the pillow and sleeping through hundreds of dollars. This darling place allows you to sleep in comfort but not spend it all while you're asleep. Our plan was to find the highest rated, lowest priced Hotel and save $$$ for dining. Perhaps that is not your "tourist formula", but for us, it worked like a charm here. We had lots of fun at the tiny bar visiting with a variety of sweet folks. The food was yummy (we did room service only) but it was promptly delivered and delicious. The Housekeepers are SO sweet and obviously do their job. The Hotel offers a menu of pillows (clever) and little extras like a rubber ducky in the shower that touch on the high-end feel. My only, only, only little negative is the lobby feels like a bus station and the concierge we spoke to did not know what aspirin or Aleve was. Whoops. But can't end on a bad note. Stay here! Ask for upper floor facing Powell. Cheers!
Traveller from San Diego
This historic 15-story hotel is on San Francisco's Powell Street Cable Car line. Union Square, Moscone Center, Chinatown …More
The Marker San Francisco, a Joie de Vivre Hotel - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$179

The Marker San Francisco, a Joie de Vivre Hotel

501 Geary St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Nice and close to union sqr"
Closer to union square with tea and wine time with a confortable chimeney
Traveller from mexico city
Eclectically decorated The Marker San Francisco, a 1910 Beaux Arts building, is within 2 blocks of Union Square and the …More

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    Explore San Francisco

    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.

    The city's story

    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.

    Something for everyone

    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.

    As the United States' second most densely populated (and highly visited) city, San Francisco offers new sights and treasures around every corner and something for almost every type of traveller. Hide

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