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San Francisco Vacations

Say hello to San Francisco, California, and prepare to leave a piece of your heart among the morning bay mist. But let’s focus on the magic memories you’ll take home with you. The beating heart of Northern California, San Francisco delights with its impressive array of cultural attractions, bustling and diverse collection of neighborhoods, top-notch culinary scene, and a refreshingly welcoming atmosphere. Always pushing forward while still honoring its history, this cutting-edge city brings you the past, present, and future in one seaside package. It’s only fitting, then, to book San Francisco package deals to visit this winning city.

Top Hotels in San Francisco

There are many fabulous places to stay in the City by the Bay—from simple and low-cost accommodations to luxury resorts. Consider these guest favorites as you mix and match the perfect vacation package in San Francisco, CA:

  • Parc 55 San Francisco - A Hilton Hotel : Located just north of Market Street and blocks from Union Square, the Parc 55 sits amid some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, like the San Francisco Mint, the Flood Building, as well as The Warfield Theatre and Golden Gate Theatre. Fill every minute of the day with world-class entertainment and treat yourself to a delightful nightcap at the hotel bar before a fabulous night’s sleep in luxury linens.
  • Stanford Court San Francisco: On the lookout for brilliant views of the city? Stay at this boutique hotel in lovely Nob Hill, a short walk or bike ride from Grace Cathedral and the Cable Car Museum. Borrow a bike from Stanford Court to spin through San Francisco like a local. While the hotel’s exterior is vintage to boot, the streamlined interior décor is rooted firmly in the present day and the spa offers state-of-the art treatments to soothe and rejuvenate.
  • Hotel Whitcomb: You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time when you walk into the opulent lobby at Hotel Whitcomb. Rich woodwork and tapestries greet you like the friendly hotel staff and each guest room boasts its own unique charm. Located right on Market Street, this accommodation beckons you to a show at the Orpheum Theater, just steps away, and dinner at the Whitcomb’s elegant restaurant.
  • Hotel Nikko San Francisco: Love to go out and dine in? There’s room for both at Hotel Nikko, thanks to their fabulous location near Union Square and 24-hour room-service. The lobby and event spaces glisten with an abundance of graceful contemporary art, and each room is decorated with a simple and soothing aesthetic.

A City of Neighborhoods

The City in the Bay may take up a small patch of earth, but each neighborhood treats San Francisco to unique vibes and iconic sights. As you look for the perfect hotel for your vacation package in San Francisco, consider which district or part of town you want to stay in. Fisherman's Wharf, where you can easily launch off to Alcatraz Island, is full of seafood eateries and street performers. Chinatown, with its incredible food and vibrant atmosphere, is also a great place to visit. Haight-Ashbury has plenty of unique bohemian shops, while Union Square is where all the luxurious stores are.

Alternatively, SoMa (South of Market) is a good place to stay if you plan on attending a Giants baseball game (between April and September), while Golden Gate Park, located near the Richmond and Sunset neighborhoods, is one of the city's most beloved parks. Finally, Telegraph Hill features the iconic Coit Tower, and Russian Hill is where you can stroll down flower-lined Lombard Street and navigate its eight hairpin turns—both of which are essential experiences for vacations in San Francisco.

Festivals and Events

There's something happening every day in the Bay Area, so book your San Francisco vacations accordingly…or let yourself be swept up in a pleasant surprise. Must-join events include the San Francisco Beer Week in January and February, the Saint Patrick's Day Parade in March, the Cherry Blossom Festival in April, the Bay to Breakers race in May. If you’re traveling during the summer, experience the revelry of the Independence Day celebrations in July, and the San Francisco Blues Festival in September.

With so much to do here, book your cheap vacation in San Francisco as soon as possible. On Travelocity, you can find everything from flights to car rentals in San Francisco. You can also save up to $537 when you book a hotel and flight in one cool California bundle.

Tours and Activities in San Francisco

The fantastic thing about traveling is that you rarely have to look for brand new experiences — they're right in front of you! So unpack your bags, chill out and prepare to make some phenomenal new memories.

Ready for some exciting adventures in San Francisco? We recommend trying a few of these things:

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to San Francisco?
Travelocity provides flight and hotel vacation packages starting as low as $400. With such huge savings, you’ll be exploring all of San Francisco in no time.
How long should my San Francisco vacation be?
Around 3 nights is the average time frame visitors spend in San Francisco. But the ideal trip length depends on how many treasured memories you want to create. Why not stay a little longer and uncover some of the lesser-known sights?
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for San Francisco?
Look no further than Travelocity. With access to 400 airline partners and an incredible 665,000 worldwide properties, creating the perfect San Francisco package deal couldn’t be easier.
Why should I book my San Francisco vacation package via Travelocity?
You’ll not only enjoy great savings, but you’ll also have access to our 24/7 customer support, high-quality service and a Price Match Guarantee. Roam across the globe, uncover lesser-known sights and make lifelong memories — we’ll take care of the important details.
Can I save money on my San Francisco car rental if I book it with a hotel or flight?
Bundling your flight, hotel and car into a San Francisco vacation package is a great way to land the best prices. Plus, having your own rental car gives you the freedom to make your way to all those famous sights you’re itching to explore. Situated 87 mi from San Francisco, Monterey Bay Aquarium is one attraction that should be on your itinerary. Put together a driving playlist and make a day trip of it.
What is the best time of year to go to San Francisco?
Consider visiting in July, June, May if you like being in the thick of things. While they are undoubtedly the most crowded months, the thrilling vibe of the peak travel season is part of the allure. If you’re looking for a calmer pace, October, December, November might appeal to you more. Don’t want to pay big bucks for a place to sleep? Avoid booking in October, when prices are at their highest. Find someplace cheap and cozy in December instead.
Which airport is best for San Francisco?
For plenty of wanderers, heading to San Francisco means hopping off the plane at San Francisco, CA (SFO-San Francisco Intl.). This popular airport is 12 mi south of the city center. You could also opt to jet into San Jose, CA (SJC-Norman Y. Mineta San Jose Intl.) (40 mi away from central San Francisco) or Oakland, CA (OAK-Oakland Intl.) (12 mi away from central San Francisco).
What is there to do in San Francisco?
While venturing off the beaten track is no doubt rewarding, you really shouldn’t miss the big-name attractions that make a destination famous. Pier 39 and Golden Gate Bridge are just two of them in San Francisco.
Where should I stay when visiting San Francisco?
Many visitors book rooms in Downtown San Francisco. Popular places to stay in this area of San Francisco include the San Francisco Marriott Marquis (4.0 stars) and the Hilton San Francisco Financial District (4.0 stars). Another fantastic neighborhood to consider is Tenderloin. Here, we highly recommend the Hilton San Francisco Union Square (4.0 stars) and the Hotel Spero (4.0 stars).

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on Travelocity.com from 2019-04-01 - 2020-03-31 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.