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  • 1
    The Fairmont San Francisco

    The Fairmont San Francisco

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    71 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    The Fairmont is great! I recommend coming here during Christmas time every single year because they always have the world's biggest gingerbread house! It's made with ginger bricks and you can actually walk through it! I recommend going to tea during the holidays, or if you don't want to spend $60+, just come during the afternoon for a holiday themed ...

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    W San Francisco

    W San Francisco

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    71 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Came here for a party once at XYZ. Service was great and their Bloody Marys are pretty good. Prices are high, as one can expect from a W Hotel. I know the bar area is a popular spot for swankier locals as well as visitors. Located conveniently near Yerba Buena Gardens, staying at the W Hotel gets you easy access ...

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    The Westin St. Francis

    The Westin St. Francis

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    54 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    In Union Square and housing the Michael Mina Clock Bar along with several other dining options, the famous Westin St. Francis is more than just a place to lay your head. The hotel is smack dab in the middle of Union Square with a cable car line directly outside, so you're just a few minutes by foot or cable car ...

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    Clift Hotel San Francisco

    Clift Hotel San Francisco

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    37 reviews

    I have never stayed in the rooms here but I have been to the red room. It's a bar in the hotel the is a lot of fun on a weekend night. It's up scale and crowded and good place to network. The drink prices are very high so don't be shocked at the $12 beers.

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    Palace Hotel

    Palace Hotel

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    33 reviews

    One of the grand dames of San Francisco, the Palace oozes traditional opulence with its marbles, woods, and crystals. The service here is always top notch. This historical hotel is really beautiful inside and out.

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    St. Regis Hotel, San Francisco

    St. Regis Hotel, San Francisco

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    24 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    My stay: Two nights. 7.29-7.31 Can't comment on price/value as my stay was taken care of by another party. Hotel: beautifully furnished. Lobby has a bar and a restaurant. Only tried the bar and that was good. A floor or two up and you will find another restaurant, Vitrine. Decent breakfast. Room: Love it. The restroom is beautiful. The shower ...

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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

    This mid-century motel in the Tenderloin is a famous historical pit-stop for rock bands and movie stars. I love the architecture and lay-out, with rooms circling an oblong pool with a mural at the bottom. The Phoenix also features a cocktail bar on the first floor that often features guest DJs or themed parties during the summer.

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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 is a review of the main space: This Hyatt is HUGE. In the main atrium area there is a big light sculpture hanging down from the ceiling. Check that out. Hotel as a whole is very convenient, being a block from the Ferry Building and in the financial district.

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    InterContinental San Francisco

    InterContinental San Francisco

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    18 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% 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

    An impeccable European style hotel in San Francisco, very smart and subdued, no kitschy props to offend, so comfortable. Centrally located but just tucked away from the hurly burly and hoi poloi. On the small side for a large hotel, with at least a semblance of intimacy. Food is up to standards too.

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    Parc 55 Wyndham

    Parc 55 Wyndham

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    22 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Conveniently located in Union Square, the Parc 55 is a great hotel for the business traveller or economical crash pad after a night out at nearby clubs like Ruby Skye. The lobby has a decent bar area and the rooms are comfortable and clean. Standard rooms are not all that luxurious, but furnishings are rather contemporary. Suites are spacious and ...

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  • 12
    Westin San Francisco Market Street

    Westin San Francisco Market Street

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    19 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    Great option to stay for a business traveler. I had been in the lobby here a couple of times and was pretty underwhelmed. But it's actually a great spot. The rooms have been recently renovated - everything feels new, clean and nicely done. The beds, like at all Westins, are super comfy and spacious, with a big desk for working. ...

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    InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco

    InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco

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    16 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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    Hilton San Francisco Union Square

    Hilton San Francisco Union Square

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    19 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    This is a huge hotel. Great location for Union Square restaurants and shopping. It's a short couple of blocks walk from a cable car ride on Powell as well.

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    San Francisco Marriott Marquis

    San Francisco Marriott Marquis

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    17 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% 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

    San Francisco is groovy!

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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

    With a view of the San Francisco Ferry Building Marketplace, Hotel Vitale garners a top spot on our 'favorite hotels for foodies' list. Its Italian farmhouse restaurant isn't your ordinary hotel diner; their handmade pasta dishes and homemade wood-fired oven pizzas would confuse even the most Italian of mamas. Plus, the hotel is just a stone-ground grit's throw from the ...

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  • 18
    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

    This is actually my least favorite Kimpton hotel to stay at. The location is superb, and the Starlight Lounge is on top, but I find the rooms a little drab. Also, I absolutely HATE the noise here. Not the hotel bar, the street noise bothered me all night long.

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    Hotel Palomar

    Hotel Palomar

    14 reviews

    I love the Palomar. Everything from the decor to the service to the hotel’s location exudes class. Even the restaurant on premises, The Fifth Floor, is one of the best in the city. I’ve dined there once, and it was one of the best dining experiences I’ve ever had. Located on the same block as the Westfield San Francisco Centre ...

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    Omni San Francisco Hotel

    Omni San Francisco Hotel

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    11 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    The Omni San Francisco offers world-class service and luxury amenities and service at a slightly lower price tag than the city's top five-star hotels. Built as a bank in the roaring 20s, the opulent Austrian crystal chandeliers and tasteful decor is a welcome respite in the city. But attention to detail and customer service is why this hotel is so ...

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San Francisco Hotel Insider
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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