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    The Fairmont San Francisco

    The Fairmont San Francisco

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    71 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Gorgeously old school, the Fairmont San Francisco is situated on top of the hill and just has that, romantic feeling. I was here for a wedding, and wow, what a wedding it was. The ballroom was transformed completely and looked just stunning. I would love to actually stay here but not sure if I can afford it!

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    W San Francisco

    W San Francisco

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    71 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    The W, a gorgeous hotel near just about everything good in SOMA. Want to go to a park? Go to Yerba Buena across the street. Feeling a bit Spanish? Go to Thirsty Bear Brewing Company across the other street for some tapas and flamenco on Sunday nights. Museum lover? MOMA is a block away. Room on fire? The firehouse is ...

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    The Westin St. Francis

    The Westin St. Francis

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    54 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Attended the official YELP Unwrapped! Holiday Party at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco with fellow Yelpers! The event was huge. At least 3000 Yelpers attended tonight to enjoy free food and drinks from many restaurants, including Espetus, Tryptich, Urban Tavern, and more! Tonight's event was a foodie lover's paradise! Arrived in line at 6:30 PM, and was able ...

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    Clift Hotel San Francisco

    Clift Hotel San Francisco

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    37 reviews

    Clift Hotel is beautiful in every way; the staff are professional, the building is well-maintained and the location is perfect. You can always see good-looking people walk in and out of the hotel, most likely thanks to the Redwood Room, the hotel's bar. It can get a bit pretentious in there, and I had a friend who would go there ...

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    Palace Hotel

    Palace Hotel

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    33 reviews

    Whenever I'm here, I feel like I'm arriving for some turn-of-the-century debutante ball, or having a tryst with my railroad baron lover in 1892. I think I could stare at the Garden Court ceiling for a solid week before tiring of it. I had a first date once in the Pied Piper Bar (he got one full point, just for ...

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    St. Regis Hotel, San Francisco

    St. Regis Hotel, San Francisco

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    24 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    The St. Regis is the ultimate luxury hotel. You definitely get a sense that you're being lavished in luxury when you're inside. The lobby bar area is gorgeous and the interior is sleek and modern - a cool place to take a date for some cocktails. Service is top notch and like all of their other properties, the rooms are ...

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    Phoenix Hotel, a Joie de Vivre hotel

    Phoenix Hotel, a Joie de Vivre hotel

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    22 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    Wanna party like a rock star? How about sleep like one? If so then this is the hotel for you. Located in San Francisco’s (very) seedy Tenderloin, the Phoenix is where most of the touring bands that come through the city stay. Laid out like an old motel, the Phoenix is shaped like a two-story L that surrounds a lovely ...

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    Hyatt Regency San Francisco

    Hyatt Regency San Francisco

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    21 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    This was in 1980, the last stop on my first ever coast-co-coast tour of the US. Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan were slugging it out for the White House (hmm, how did that turn out?). The San Francisco Hyatt (which I chose because I'd seen it in Mel Brooks's movie HIGH ANXIETY) was the most luxurious hotel I'd ever stayed ...

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    InterContinental San Francisco

    InterContinental San Francisco

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    18 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    Got this as a conference package hotel. Nice architecture in the public areas and outside. Service was ok. Room was ok. Too many dollars for "ok" - would have expected more.

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    The Ritz-Carlton

    The Ritz-Carlton

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    16 reviews
    Excellent! - 98% of guests recommend

    The Ritz tops our list for luxury San Francisco hotels. We love the opulence, apparent the moment a top hat-clad doorman welcomes you into the classical entrance. With its perch atop the Stockton Tunnel overlooking Chinatown and downtown San Francisco, the grand dame of hotels offers a host of elegant touches: massages, a sumptuous dining room, and superior service. Hint: ...

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    Parc 55 Wyndham

    Parc 55 Wyndham

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    22 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    3+ very convenient location. Clean and comfortable rooms especially the bed, we did not have a nice view from our room on the 14th floor and it was noisy.

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    InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco

    InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco

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    17 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    I've stayed in one of the suites before and it had the most beautiful sun room. The staff is very attentive and the Top of the Mark has stunning views of the city. Sometimes they have old timey jazz bands which goes perfectly with an old fashion. It's in a great part of the city too. Close enough to walk ...

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    Westin San Francisco Market Street

    Westin San Francisco Market Street

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    19 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Get a corner room on a high floor, amazing views of the city. The food is okay. I enjoy staying at newer renovated Westins, the rooms are great along with the amenities. I like the centralized location of the hotel. Great for corporate travel.

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    Hilton San Francisco Union Square

    Hilton San Francisco Union Square

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    19 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    Pretty good hotel! I give it 3.5 stars. The hotel is huge, taking up an entire block. It's located right at Taylor and O'Farrell. They call it the "Union Square" location, but it's cutting pretty close, and is right at the border of the Tenderloin district. The back side is on Ellis St, which is not the best street to ...

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    San Francisco Marriott Marquis

    San Francisco Marriott Marquis

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    17 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    This hotel is in a convenient location close to the BART and Union Square. I liked the comfy queen beds, the spacious bathroom, and the Starbucks downstairs. However, the taxi line was long and slow-moving, and I didn't like the hallways leading up to the rooms. Be sure to ask for a room near the elevator, otherwise it's a mazelike ...

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    Mandarin Oriental

    Mandarin Oriental

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    15 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    This hotel is located conveniently for anyone working in the finance district, SOMA or just visiting the city. I think all the rooms have pretty good views of SF but some are truly exceptional, looking right out across the Bay. This goes for the restaurant too - makes for a great breakfast.

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    Hotel Vitale, a Joie de Vivre hotel

    Hotel Vitale, a Joie de Vivre hotel

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    14 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    I really enjoyed my stay at the vitale. I was on vacation with my family and I can't say enough about its location on the embarcadero...right across the street from the ferry building and just blocks from union square etc. The restaurant downstairs, americano, was also great and the concierge was really helpful in booking an alcatraz visit for us.

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    Hotel Palomar

    Hotel Palomar

    15 reviews

    A wonderful hotel. I used to stay there when I come over for work. Spacious room, comfy bed and good breakfast. The location is great, right near all the shopping and just a short walk away from the Union Square.

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    Sir Francis Drake Hotel - a Kimpton Hotel

    Sir Francis Drake Hotel - a Kimpton Hotel

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    15 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    Dog friendly (no extra fees). Nice and friendly staff. Crisp white sheets. Aveda toiletries. Done. The standard room was on the small side and the queen bed felt like a full bed (good for cuddling). I am not complaining for $99. The basics are inside the room: iron, extra pillow, and a nice tv. But not modern enough for me. ...

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    Omni San Francisco Hotel

    Omni San Francisco Hotel

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    11 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    Fabulous hotel!

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Touched by fog and cradled by the Pacific Ocean, San Francisco is the historic city along the California coast known for so much more than the Golden Gate Bridge. From attractions like the city’s colorful Victorian houses to the cable cars ding-dinging past views of Lombard Street and Fisherman’s Wharf, the City by the Bay has much to offer any visitor.

San Francisco Hotels
San Francisco offers accommodations that suit any budget or lifestyle. The young and chic flock to the W Hotel San Francisco, where hip décor and a trendy nightlife can be found. Atop Nob Hill lies the elegant Fairmont San Francisco, built just before the 1906 Great Earthquake, a palatial hotel that houses the ever-exciting Tonga Room tiki bar. Within the Westin St. Francis, a historic hotel along the edge of Union Square, you’ll discover chef Michael Mina’s renowned restaurant, Bourbon Steak. For drinks, head to the elegant Redwood Room in the Clift Hotel. The Palace Hotel San Francisco is a historic designated landmark. Even if you don’t stay for a night, you can stop by and get a guided tour led by volunteers.

Things to do in San Francisco
San Francisco’s obsession with gold began during the Gold Rush of 1848, when speculators from around the world sought their fortunes in the Western frontier. Now the Golden Gate Bridge, perhaps the city’s most popular attraction, stands majestically over the mouth of the Bay where their ships once entered. In Golden Gate Park, a family-friendly nature destination spanning over 1,000 acres, you’ll find hiking trails, hidden monuments, playgrounds, sporting facilities, and museums like the de Young Museum and the California Academy of Sciences. Have a picnic in a hidden garden or rent a bike for a ride; there’s enough here to fill an entire day’s schedule. For a date with some animal friends, head to the San Francisco Zoo near Lake Merced and discover a wide variety of wild creatures. Or you can take a stroll to Pier 39 to check out the sunbathing sea lions while you savor some local seafood paired with signature San Francisco sourdough. When you’re done, explore the many novelty shops and fun restaurants of Fisherman’s Wharf. Listen for the chiming bell for your chance to partake in something truly San Franciscan: a cable car ride. Crisscrossing through the city, the historic mode of transportation takes travelers through popular neighborhoods like Chinatown, the Financial District, Union Square, and Nob Hill. From the waterfront, a quick ferry ride can take visitors to top destinations like Alcatraz, Angel Island, and Sausalito. From under the Oakland Bay Bridge, boat passengers can spot the illuminated AT&T Park at night, where the San Francisco Giants continue to please and “torture” baseball fans. As the cultural center of Northern California, San Francisco’s attractions continue to exhibit the artistry, progressive thought, and offbeat mindset of the city, a first-class destination born from a once-lawless gold-mining town.

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