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Used this hotel as part of a 3 night tourist trip. Walking distance to busy Union Square (shopping area), restaurants near by, close to conferences. Walked to Museum of Modern Arts. Hotel staff very friendly. Breakfast buffet, not included in our room and on the expensive side ($30+ pp).
Title says it all. It's great and friendly place with a lovely view of the harbor. But there's something seriously wrong with the garage. It's not a deal breaker and I fully recommend Oceano. But be prepared for an old low lighting parking experience.
We booked a two bedroom historic loft suite for my sister's bachelorette party with her girlfriends. We had an amazing weekend there. The views were so beautiful and peaceful. The spa facility was amazing!! The accommodation itself for a group gathering was great except there were LOTS of stairs ...
The hotel was very clean & staff friendly. The room we booked was tiny but the decor was super charming. It was an ok size for just the 2 of us, plus with touring around to see the sites we didn’t spend a huge amount of time in the room itself. The hotel is within easy walking distance to the MUNNI ...
We had a Bridge tp Bridge king room on the 40th Floor. The views were great and the room was spacious. The staff were very helpful especially the concierge. There are no coffee/tea facilities in the room however you can request to have a complimentary coffee machine delivered to the room. Room service ...
This was my 2nd visit to RC Half Moon Bay. Good Coastal hotel. Facility was at Ritz standards. The only draw back to this hotel is that you are sharing it with a lot of day guest that clog up the facility. The valet entrance is bogged down with tons of cars that are day guest. The entrance and check ...
The hotel is in a prime location, right next to public transport links which make it easy to travel round the city. The standard of the hotel overall is good, although could do with a refresh decor wise. The rooms are big, comfortable, and clean. Staff are very friendly and efficient.
The lobby was very elegant and fancy and the amenities in the room are almost complete (no tootbrush, however) but I do find that majority of western hotels doesn’t have complimentary toothbrush. My biggest complain would be the staffs. I called a day before my trip to ask for questions regarding ...
Rooms were vary spacious and comfortable. Staff was friendly and very nice. Parking was great and breakfast was great too! I’d stay here again.
The room was nice and big, especially for the price. The gym was small but effective. Only issue was that the hot tub was out of service.
Very nice hotel, lots of amenties. Only negative for which is my fault, I am a light sleeper and should have asked for a room away from the busy street. Having the AC on helped and I did sleep on their very comfortable beds!! I would stay there again!
It was a wonderful experience staying at the St. Francis. WE really loved learning about all the history that occurred there, and being in an area that was so convenient to restaurants and shopping. We especially enjoyed the wine tasting with Chateau Montelena since that is one of our favorite wineries. ...
Great place. Close to everything. Arrived on Saturday morning and but room wasn't going to be ready till 4pm. They did check our luggage and when we got back took it to our room. Our room was next to the elevators which made it a bit noisy at times and we could hear the elevators all night going ...
We had a enjoyable stay here. The hotel is beautiful and room was very comfortable. The staff was professional, sincere and genuinely happy to assist with our needs.
Room setup makes working at the computer desk difficult (queen bed directly behind it). Bathroom shower should have handheld showerhead. Other than that the hotel and staff very nice. Most disappointing was the shuttle to airport. Leaving only once per hour is not good.
This hotel is exactly what you should get from a 5 star property. I stayed at the Four Seasons last time I was in San Francisco and it honestly pales in comparison to the St Regis. From now on, St Regis will be the only hotel I stay at when visiting San Francisco. Everything about this hotel is first ...
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At slightly more than 6 square miles, San Francisco is a city that seems to have been designed for walking, and when you get tired of putting shoe to pavement, just hop on a cable car. Expedia.com can help you find cheap flights to San Francisco as well as deals on San Francisco resorts that will ensure you have money left over to explore all that the city has to offer.
San Francisco is beautiful in every season of the year. San Francisco does enjoy a Mediterranean climate, however, so you'll find more rainy days from November through March than you will the rest of the year. Summer in the Golden Gate City offers balmy temperatures, with highs in the upper 60s, and azure skies, but if you want to avoid the crowds, the best time to visit San Francisco is during the spring or fall.
San Francisco's chief cultural hubs are its vibrant immigrant neighborhoods. San Francisco's Chinatown, the largest Asian settlement in the world outside of China proper, features pagoda-style buildings, terrific restaurants, exotic markets, numerous specialty shops, and an invigorating blend of dialects and languages. North Beach, San Francisco's Italian district, offers outdoor cafes, Italian delicatessens, and stores selling every type of Italian import imaginable from hand-painted ceramics to gourmet olive oil. It's just a short stroll from North Beach to Coit Tower with panoramic views of the Golden Gate, Alcatraz, and detailed WPA-era murals depicting life in the Golden State during the Great Depression.
The Asian Art Museum in the Civic Center houses one of the most complete collections of Asian art and artifacts in the world with pieces representing every Eastern culture from Turkey and India to China and the Philippines. The California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park takes an experiential approach to natural science, exposing visitors to a variety of programs designed to demonstrate the complex ways that biological systems interact. The Academy's showstoppers are a living rainforest that's four stories tall and a complete coral reef ecosystem.
Fort Point, now under the southern portion of the Golden Gate Bridge, was constructed to deter potential Confederate attacks on San Francisco Bay during the Civil War. The fortification is probably best known as the spot where Jimmy Stewart saves Kim Novak from drowning in Alfred Hitchcock's classic film ""Vertigo."" Alamo Square sports an iconic row of 19th century Victorian buildings that have been featured in many movies and TV shows set in San Francisco.
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No trip to San Francisco is complete without a boat ride to Alcatraz. When it operated as a federal penitentiary between 1934 and 1963, The Rock was home to some of America's most notorious criminals. Alcatraz Island is now a National Park, and you can tour its infamous cells and prison corridors without waiting for a judge to sentence you.
In Marin County, on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge, sits the grove of ancient redwoods known as Muir Woods. In 1945, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt died shortly before he was to convene the conference where the United Nations Charter was to be presented and signed. After the charter was signed, delegates from 50 countries held a ceremony at Muir Woods' Cathedral Grove in Roosevelt's honor.
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