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Embracing the culture of a destination is an essential part of understanding the people. If you tend to appreciate the more engaging sites, you will enjoy a trip to GLBT History Museum.
You can locate it in San Francisco, a city that is popular with travelers from all corners of the globe.
Pick from 86 hotels within a radius of 2 miles of GLBT History Museum. Take a look at the Sumner House SF, just 2 miles away, the Laurel Inn, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel, 2 miles away, or the Monte Cristo Inn, 2 miles away.
If you would rather keep your accommodation costs low, have a look at the variety of budget hotels nearby. The Days Inn San Francisco Downtown/Civic Center Area, 1 mile away, or the Travelodge Central San Francisco, found 1 mile from here, are likely to tick all your boxes.
If you love to indulge in a bit of luxury, a drive of a few short minutes can bring you to one of the area's upmarket hotels. The Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square and the St. Regis San Francisco are impressive establishments, and a stay at either will be among the best parts of your getaway.
If you roam around the avenues near GLBT History Museum, you will soon find yourself at Starbucks. Enjoy a quick coffee break, buy a few sweet treats and appreciate the wonderful sights and sounds. For a more substantial meal, Thai Chef is a local restaurant that visitors frequently dine at. When the night is truly about to end, make your way to San Francisco Badlands and let the wines keep flowing.