Love to spend the WE in San Francisco and to visit the city . Always something to discover, even after 11 years living in the bay area.
After visiting Chinatown for Chinese new year celebration we visited Coit Tower , absolutely recommended on a clear day . Above providing a spectacular 360 ° over San Francisco, it also offers beautiful murals about California history and life all over the 1st floor . Definitely deserves a visit .
Traveller from San Jose
This historic, Victorian-style hotel is located in the charming Pacific Heights neighborhood, 10 blocks from Union Square and …More
Stayed 3 nights. Covered garage with guaranteed free parking space for each room. Helpful staff. Clean room, comfortable bed, large bathroom, Breakfast good enough to get you going - coffee, tea, juice, oatmeal, yogurt, fruit, cereal and nut bars, and pastries. Walking distance to many restaurants and attractions. near all public transportation.
Traveller from new york
Located on Russian Hill, this San Francisco hotel is 2.5 blocks from a cable-car line and a half-mile from Lombard Street …More
We picked this hotel because of the price tag. Overall we were happy with our choice: clean room and public areas, easy check in and check out, hairdryer and ironing board and free wifi, quiet room, breakfast included, only 8 blocks or so walk to Union Square. Downsides were that the breakfast food didn't contain much nutritional value, and the shower was not very powerful. As it is in Tenderloin, be prepared for a sketchy walk depending on the route you take. We found a great deli / market store on O'Farrell/Polk near to the hotel that did great bagels and salads called Bread and Butter Market and Deli if you need to substitute your breakfast or buy lunch on your way out to the City.
Traveller from Calfornia
Built in 1908, The Opal is 5 blocks from the California Street cable car line. Union Square in downtown San Francisco is an …More