"Wonderful Embarcadero location right next to ferry"
Amazing views of downtown/financial district/bay bridge/ferry building. Many excellent restaurants nearby. Convenient access to public transport on Embarcadero and elsewhere. Walkable distance from Pier 39 and AT&T park. Quaint old-timey building with cozy rooms. Very clean, with friendly and helpful staff. Absolutely worth every penny if you're after a San Francisco get-away treat.
Traveller from Santa Clara, CA
Located in Embarcadero, this romantic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Contemporary Jewish Museum and Exploratorium. Union …More
Overall San Fran was fantastic. We stayed in the financial district, which can be a bit tricky for restaurant options. There are so many ways to get everywhere it can be a little confusing . The hotel was wonderful. The staff was fantastic. They arranged a rental car for us with no issues. They were more than willing to help.
Traveller from Baltimore, MD
Offering spectacular views, this luxury hotel occupies the top floors of a 48-story tower in San Francisco's Financial …More
I was here on business for a week. The Hotel is situated 4 blocks from the trans america building and at the edge of Chinatown. The other side of the street is little italy. The hotel is quiet and is well taken care of. The beds are a little hard. The only downside is that one block away is the heart of the strip clubs/ gentlemen s clubs. If you are into that then it won't bother you. You can walk different paths to avoid it. Fisherman's Wharf is a 20 min walk thru little italy. Lots of good restaurants around.
Traveller from Birmingham, AL
LOCATION- SAN FRANCISCO Steps away from Coit Tower, The Transamerica Pyramid. The SW Hotel invites you to experience the …More
Pocket Guide: San Francisco Financial District - Ferry Building Hotels
The bulls and bears of industry tread the streets of the Financial District, home to the city’s tallest buildings, including the iconic Transmerica Pyramid. The towers give way to The Embarcadero, the broad, palm-lined avenue that begins at the San Francisco Giant’s AT&T Park and ends at Fisherman’s Wharf. The road passes by the Ferry Building, a landmark transformed into an artisanal food market.