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Clift - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$266

Clift

495 Geary St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (2,500 reviews)
Old-world elegance is suffused with modern glamour in this historic San Francisco hotel 2 blocks from Union Square, a …More
Park Central Hotel San Francisco - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Park Central Hotel San Francisco

50 3rd St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel in SOMA area."
Nice hotel that is close to Moscone, Yerba Buena, and Market St. Only dislike was that they charge $19/night for Internet.
Traveller from Macomb, IL
Located in the heart of the South of Market district (SoMa), Park Central Hotel San Francisco (formerly Westin Market Street) …More
Loews Regency San Francisco - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Loews Regency San Francisco

222 Sansome St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (91 reviews)
Offering spectacular views, this luxury hotel occupies the top floors of a 48-story tower in San Francisco's Financial …More
Hotel Diva - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Diva

440 Geary St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Unique boutique"
Diva was a cool hotel that is old but revamped.  My friend and I stayed 5 nights over the Labor Day weekend and found it to be excellent.  Every staff person we saw, passed in the hall, or spoke to was friendly, courteous and helpful.  The location is perfect...steps away from union square shopping, dining and clubbing, two blocks from the Powell Station metro/Bart train/cable car lines, two blocks away from the trolleybus line, and always felt safe with lots of people nearby.  We chose a room on the backside of he hotel so it would be less noisy.  It was still a bit noisy on the third floor, but that's typical in a busy city area.  The room was retro chic: lots of silver, purple and greys.  We paid a tiny bit extra for the exec king room (an extra 100 sq. feet) and were really glad for it.  The king bed was comfortable and plenty spacious  for two of us to share without feeling cramped or weird.  The shades were unique and blocked out the light well for sleeping in.  The shower was really great; lots of hot water, perfect pressure so you weren't annoyed trying to rinse the conditioner out of your hair, and no stray squirts of water out of he side of the shower head.  The shower and toilet are separate from the vanity area, which is always a plus when you share a room.  The sink was very deep, so no water splattering all over the vanity.  Individual makeup remover wipes were stocked daily, as were the individual coffee servings for the coffee maker. A small fridge allowed us to go buy water, sodas, and fancy coffee creamer for the room(so I saved money by not hitting the Starbucks off the lobby every day).   There is also a fancy Mexican restaurant off the lobby that had excellent food, but was a little cramped. Robes and freshly packaged slippers were a really nice touch.  I didnt have to worry about getting my white socks dirty as is the usual case even in 4 star hotels.  And I didn't have to go barefoot to avoid it.   My only recommendation for improvement would be some hooks in the bathroom to hang the robe on while you shower and to hang up any clothes you don't want to toss on the floor or set on the toilet.  
Raynak25 from Indiana
This downtown San Francisco hotel is surrounded by shopping, restaurants and theaters, only 2 blocks from Union Square, and …More
Best Western Plus The Tuscan - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Best Western Plus The Tuscan

425 North Point, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to wharf and good seafood"
Loved wine hour, met nice people. Nice restaurant connected. Close to shopping, Chinatown, wharf, and Ghirardelli square.
A Traveller
Best Western Plus The Tuscan is 2 blocks from Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39, and the Alcatraz Island ferry.More
Parc 55 San Francisco, a Hilton Hotel - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Parc 55 San Francisco, a Hilton Hotel

55 Cyril Magnin St, San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Good rate, bad tv & wifi"
Room rates were good on travelocity. Morning buffet very overpriced. The cable TV options are horrendous and terribly outdated. Only a few Disney/Nickelodeon channels and that's it. Also the hotel wifi policy is terribly outdated. $12.99 for wifi? Almost everywhere else I've been in the city has complimentary wifi. Hotel is good rates but not recommended for extended stays or not out of your room most of the day.The gym was very nice and a surprising feature for a hotel. Great amount of equipment available.
A Traveller
Just off Market Street, downtown San Francisco's major thoroughfare, this contemporary 32-story hotel is 1 block from San …More
Hilton San Francisco Union Square - San Francisco Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hilton San Francisco Union Square

333 O'Farrell St., San Francisco - Map
 
 
"Easy access to all points of San Fran"
Booked this room through the unnamed deals on travelocity. Saved $110+ off the advertised price then paid a $40 upgrade at the desk and got a view room with 2 double beds on the 24th floor. Still not a huge room by normal standards but as big as any in San Fran.
Traveller from Los Angles
Iconic, AAA 4-Diamond hotel a few steps from Union Square, Cable Car station, theatre district, BART, Chinatown, SFMOMA, and …More
Red Roof Inn San Francisco Airport - Burlingame Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$162

Red Roof Inn San Francisco Airport

777 Airport Blvd, Burlingame - Map
 
 
"Quick stop over"
The room was very very clean!! Staff was a little goofy, (young teenagers at the reception desk).. I stayed on ground level, which got pretty loud at night. You can hear all what's going on upstairs.. So a peaceful night was out of the question..
Traveller from LA
Red Roof Inn San Francisco Airport offers guests a budget-friendly place to stay 4 miles (6.4 km) from San Francisco …More
Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport - Burlingame Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport

1333 Bayshore Hwy, Burlingame - Map
 
 
"Perfect if youre not into paying sf prices."
Great customer service. Let us check in 4 hours early. Great food and bar. Would definitely come back.
Traveller from c
Built around a skylit garden atrium with cascading waterfalls, this 9-story hotel on San Francisco Bay is 2.5 miles from the …More
Vagabond Inn Executive San Francisco Airport - Burlingame Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Vagabond Inn Executive San Francisco Airport

1640 Old Bayshore Hwy, Burlingame - Map
 
 
"great location"
Very well located, near the Bart system, short ride to the airport, very good restaurants next door. Both the Elephant Bar and El Torito were very good and close walking distance. Better hotel for half the price and for the money compared to downtown we felt we got a very good deal. We took the Bart in everyday, about 30 mins in and $2 parking at the station.
Mred12 from Platteville, WI 53818, USA
This smoke-free Burlingame hotel is just 1.5 miles from San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Cow Palace is 9 miles from …More

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    Whether you are looking for a view of the bay, an urban oasis, or just a comfortable place to stay for a work trip, the Bay Area offers every imaginable luxury. San Francisco has so many amazing and affordable hotels, from Fisherman’s Wharf to Union Square to Golden Gate Park. Hotels in San Francisco put you close to all the sights you’d want to see. From simple and inexpensive motels to the most luxurious hotels, the Bay Area offers all you need to have a good time without breaking the bank.

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    Bay Area hotels also offer incredible fine dining. From top steakhouses to French nouvelle, Asian fusion, innovative American cuisine, and more, you can have a memorable night in many Bay Area hotels without ever even going outside. Be sure to try any of the great restaurants in San Francisco hotels – it’s such a great city for food, no matter what you choose you can’t go wrong. And when you venture out, you will discover a food scene so full and thriving, you will wish you had a lifetime to sample all the Bay Area has to offer.

    If you need a little Zen while in the City by the Bay, spas are also an outstanding feature of San Francisco hotels. Located in many hotels, San Francisco spas offer it all – relaxing massages, steam rooms, body scrubs, and more. If you are looking to be pampered in a sanctuary away from it all, San Francisco is your city. There are so many wonderful spas in hotels where you can indulge in relaxing, rejuvenating bliss.

    Bay Area hotels aren’t just restricted to San Francisco. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, hotels in Sausalito, Berkeley, Oakland, and other parts of the City by the Bay offer every amenity. From inexpensive travel lodges to the most extravagant hotels, Bay Area hotels offer everything you could need to have a memorable stay. Soak up the charm of all the surrounding towns, and welcome to the Bay Area!

    Hotels in San Francisco

    If you're looking to enjoy a West Coast getaway, few spots have as much to offer as San Francisco. The City by the Bay is filled with iconic and fascinating sights, delicious things to eat, and plenty of activities to enjoy, as well as lots of sunshine. Finding hotels in San Francisco, CA, doesn't have to be a hassle, either: Travelocity has plenty of San Francisco hotel deals as well as on flights into San Francisco International Airport and rental cars. If you're worried about parking on the city's notoriously hilly streets, though, don't be: You could always forgo a car in favor of mass transportation. Bay Area Rapid Transit has a direct rail connection to SFO, so you can be in the heart of the city in no time at all, and BART trains run all through the city, including near most San Francisco hotels. Once you're there, you can also get around using the city's famous cable cars: At Powell and Market streets, you can catch two lines that take different routes but both end up near Fisherman's Wharf.

    Iconic Sights

    To get the lay of the land, you might want to start by taking the elevator to the top of Coit Tower. This Telegraph Hill landmark can be seen from all over the city, and from the top, you can see the entire city spread out before you, including that other famous landmark, the Golden Gate Bridge. The bridge is certainly worth a visit, if for nothing else than some great picture-taking, but you'll want to go in the afternoon if you can: The fog that shrouds the bay earlier in the day can make the view a bit cloudy in the morning. But once the sun comes out and the fog burns off, you'll be treated to beautiful views out across the bay and across the bridge as well. If you're feeling up for a bit of exercise, you can walk or bike all the way across the bridge to Sausalito! On your way back, if you look out to your left, you'll see Alcatraz Island, home of the famous former prison. Book your tickets ahead of time to take a ferry out to the island and tour the facility and grounds.

    Haven't had enough fresh air and exercise? Head south of the bridge and check out Golden Gate Park. It's a great place for a walk or jog, and there's even a shop where you can rent a bike or a pair of skates, if you'd rather explore the park on wheels. Don't forget to slow down and enjoy the sights, though. Keep an eye out for the pair of windmills within the park, and enjoy the beauty of the park's plants and ponds. When you're ready to stop and catch your breath, the Japanese Tea Garden is a beautifully landscaped and peaceful spot to relax. And for a little bit of nostalgic fun, find the Herschell-Spillman Carousel and take a ride before heading back to your hotel in San Francisco.

    Looking for more of a seaside boardwalk atmosphere? Follow the barking sounds to Pier 39, a popular shopping center with tourists. Wander through the interesting shops until you reach the water and you'll find the source of all of that noise: Sea lions love to sun themselves on the rocks at the end of the pier. If you've never seen or heard a sea lion in person before, check it out: It's a unique experience not to be missed. And you can learn more about these creatures and more at the nearby Aquarium of the Bay.

    Cultural Highlights

    San Francisco is famous for many things besides its iconic landmarks, though. Visit the Haight-Ashbury district to see where the hippie movement of the 1960s all started. This counterculture mecca is still a hotbed of cultural diversity and change today, welcoming to hippies, punks, and hipsters alike, but parts of the neighborhood have become more gentrified and commercial since the '60s. If you like your counterculture more literary, don't forget to visit the Beat Museum, devoted to this movement and its famous writers, like Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. And just around the corner, stop in to browse at the City Lights bookstore, which was founded by Ferlinghetti.

    If your cultural tastes are a bit more refined, San Francisco has something to offer you, too. You might enjoy seeing the exhibits of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art or the Asian Art Museum. You could also get tickets to see the San Francisco Symphony or catch a Broadway show at the Orpheum Theatre. Fans of dance might also enjoy seeing a performance at the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance.

    Then again, when you think of things that are integral to American culture, you might think of sports before symphonies. San Francisco has plenty to offer there, too. Baseball fans should definitely add a San Francisco Giants game at AT&T Park to their trip itinerary. And football fans certainly shouldn't miss seeing the San Francisco 49ers in action at Levi's Stadium: It's a little ways outside of the city, but you can get there by BART fairly easily.

    Flavors of the City

    Of course, you can't plan any vacation without thinking about what you'll eat while you're there, and when it comes to food, San Francisco certainly won't disappoint. If you've got some seriously money to spend, of course, you can't miss dinner at Gary Danko. This Michelin-starred restaurant has been drawing raves since it opened, and it's easy to see why once you taste the food. The exquisite cuisine offered here is certainly worth the money if you've got it to spend, as long as you plan ahead and make reservations, of course.

    But you don't have to be rich to eat well in the City by the Bay. For a nice, upscale meal that won't make you wonder if you'll need a loan to eat there, try the renowned Zuni Cafe. Sotto Mare is well-known in the city for great Italian and seafood; try the cioppino, a fish stew that's a San Francisco specialty. And if you're up for an entirely different culinary experience (and an economical one as well), head to Chinatown for dim sum. If you've never had dim sum, it's sort of like an appetizer buffet: The idea is to drink tea and eat lots of little dumplings and other tasty bites. Places like Ton Kiang offer the quintessential dim sum experience: Walk in, wait to be shown to a table, get some tea, then start watching for the carts to pass by. When you see something that looks interesting, point at it and it will be placed in front of you. Don't be shy: Dig in and enjoy!

    Planning Your Trip

    By this point, your mouth is probably watering not just for the food but for the whole San Francisco experience. It's a great city to visit, and there are plenty of San Francisco hotels in all areas of the city where you can base your stay. Travelocity can help you find cheap hotels in San Francisco that will help you save money so you can splurge on other things, like ice cream sundaes in Ghirardelli Square or souvenirs at the Golden Gate Bridge. The most popular time to visit the city is the summer, as people head for the coast looking for a summer vacation. But autumn and spring are beautiful times to see the City by the Bay, and you're much more likely to find cheap hotels in San Francisco when the city's less crowded. True bargain-hunters might want to visit in the winter, but keep in mind that this sunny city isn't always balmy: Bring extra layers of clothing in the chillier months, as average temperatures can dip as low as 45 degrees in January.

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