Hotels in San Francisco

Hotels in San Francisco provide haute accommodations in a destination with nicknames  that include “Frisco” and “The Golden City”. Arguably the most iconic bridge in the world, The Golden Gate Bridge connects San Francisco to Marin County, California.  A popular tourist destination, Frisco also has been home to big-tech names such as Twitter, Salesforce and Square. Keep in mind that San Francisco’s streets are steep. As such, sneakers are better than heels if you plan to brave sidewalks. Keep in mind too that one-way streets, steep hills and strict traffic enforcement can make traveling by vehicle challenging.  The area’s top events include San Francisco Independent Film Festival, San Francisco International Arts Festival, San Francisco Silent Film Festival, Carnaval San Francisco, SF Jazz Festival, Fillmore Jazz Festival, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival, North Beach Festival, Noise Pop, Union Street Festival, Stern Grove, Second Sky Festival, Treasure Island Music Festival, Mosswood Meltdown, Audiotistic Bay Area, Nihonmachi Street Fair, Castro Street Fair, SF Sketchfest, Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival and San Francisco Marathon. San Francisco’s professional sports teams are the San Francisco Giants and the Golden State Warriors. Hotels in San Francisco are some of the finest you’ll find along the United States’ western coast. Before we get to hotels in San Francisco, let’s take a look at some more background information on the area to help you along the way.

Incorporated on April 15th, 1850, San Francisco has revealed evidence of human habitation in the area dating to 3000 BC. First known inhabitants were the Yelamu people, who settled largely at Candlestick Point. On November 2, 1769, Don Gasper de Portoia became the first European to arrive in the area. Within seven years the Spanish had established a stronghold through “missions”. After the Spanish, Mexico took control of the area, only to lose it to commodore John Drake Sloat and the United States in 1846. Shortly after the United States took control of the area, and as a result of the Mexican-American War, an influx of  treasure hunting “forty-niners” ensued. Apart from gold was the discovery of silver in Nevada, which accounted for a further boom. Wells Fargo, Levi Strauss and Domingo Ghirardelli became big names in business, capitalizing on demand brought forth by gold seekers. Chinese and other Asian immigrants accounted for 8% of the city’s population by 1870. Cable cars and Victorian houses came to further define the area. In 1906, a devastating earthquake took out more than three-quarters of the city’s infrastructure and accounted for almost half a million homeless. San Francisco was relatively unfazed by the Great Depression of the 1930s. During this time, the Golden Gate Bridge was built, and Alcatraz island was turned into a federal penitentiary, housing the likes of Al Capone and “The Birdman of Alcatraz” Robert Franklin Stroud. The city played an important role in World War II, as it became the Pacific Operatives’ primary port of embarkment, as well as the location where the United Nations Charter was drafted and signed. In 1951, the war with Japan officially ended by way of the Treaty of San Francisco. During the 1960s, the area attracted America’s counterculture, known as “hippies”.  San Francisco’s most influential bands have included The Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Metallica, Journey, Santana, Jefferson Airplane, and Green Day.

The fourth most populous city in California, with nearly a million inhabitants, San Francisco covers an area of only fifty square miles. Attributed to the gold rush of the mid-1800s, The Golden City is rooted in an entrepreneurial spirit that holds to this day.  Northern California’s cultural, commercial, and financial center, San Francisco has cool summers that average in the mid to high sixties, and mild winters that average in the high fifties. Popular points of interest include Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, Alcatraz, Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, Union Square, Nob Hill, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Oracle Park, Levi’s Stadium and Chase Center. Popular foods are shellfish, which includes everything from sea snails to crab to shrimp, and sourdough bread, which is considered a staple. Craft beer lovers will find the city welcoming, while martinis have been around since its beginnings. Now that we have some background information on the city, it’s time for hotels in San Francisco that will help make for an unforgettable experience.

 

 

 

Hotel Drisco

2901 Pacific Avenue

Hotels in San Francisco

Mrs. Doubtfire House

Hotel Drisco features Edwardian architecture, free WiFi, 42-inch flat-screen HDTVs, Blu-ray players, luxury bath amenities, plush microfiber robes, Egyptian cotton sheets, goose down comforters, adaptive sound sleep machines, coffee machines, 24-hour room service, a free gourmet continental breakfast, free evening wine, cheese, fresh fruit and hord d’oeuvres, car service, an on-site fitness center and a 24-hour business center. Nearby you may find Bloomers (florist), Bespoke Cycles (bike rentals), Lyon Step Podium, Wrecking Ball Coffee Roasters, GAMINE French Bistrot, Rose’s Cafe, Terzo (Mediterranean restaurant) and more.

From this location you’ll find Mrs. Doubtfire House and Full House 0.4 miles, Palace of Fine Arts 0.7 miles, The Fillmore 0.8 miles, Exploratorium and Presidio Of San Francisco 0.9 miles, William Westerfeld House and The Plough And Stars 1.1 miles, St. Mary’s Cathedral and The Regency Ballroom 1.2 miles, Lombard Street and Ghirardelli Square 1.5 miles, Golden Gate Bridge 2.3 miles, Alcatraz 2.6 miles and San Francisco International Airport 12.6 miles.

Approximate cost per night (suite with city view): $745

Cost per person (three people): $248

 

 

 

Omni San Francisco

500 California Street

Hotels in San Francisco

Wells Fargo Museum

Omni San Francisco offers a restaurant, elegant rooms, 1920s decor, state-of-the-art amenities, flat-screen TVs, plush bathrobes, free spa toiletries, a fitness center, meeting facilities, a tour desk and luggage storage. You’ll find Bob’s Steak & Chop House, Financial District Barbershop, Sushi Taka (sushi restaurant), Good Luck Cafe and Deli, RM 212 (tapas restaurant), Hotel San Francisco (bar), Palio (Italian restaurant), BBWax – Best Brazilian Wax (waxing hair removal service), Good Looks Salon (nail salon), Sovan’s Eyebrows Threading (beauty salon), Leo’s Oyster Bar (seafood restaurant), Wayfare Tavern (American restaurant), Orangetheory Fitness (gym), 343 Sansome Rooftop Deck, The Julia Morgan Ballroom (event venue) and more.

This hotel is within feet of Wells Fargo Museum, 0.2 miles from Transamerica Building and Stovepipe Wells Village, 0.3 miles from Montgomery St. Station – BART and Embarcadero Station – BART, 0.4 miles from Lotta’s Fountain, Xanadu Gallery, Academy of Art University, Embarcadero Plaza, American Conservatory Theater San Francisco and Union Square, 0.7 miles from Coit Tower, 1.1 miles from Lombard Street, 1.2 miles from Pier 39, 1.3 miles from Oracle Park and San Francisco City Hall, 2.5 miles from Alcatraz and 12.3 miles from San Francisco International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (king suite): $598

Cost per person (three people): $199

 

 

 

Four Seasons Hotel

757 Market Street

Hotels in San Francisco

American Conservatory Theater

With a full-service spa, an adult indoor lap pool, a restaurant, city views, seating areas, large soaking bath tubs, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, bathrobes, slippers and large deposit boxes, Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco sits near MKT Restaurant and Bar (New American restaurant), Decathlon (sportswear store), Epic Church, Super Duper Burgers (hamburger restaurant), The Lark (sports bar), Local Edition (cocktail bar), Bluestone Lane Union Square Coffee Shop, Oren’s Hummus (Mediterranean restaurant), The Cordial (bar), Novela (cocktail bar), St. Patrick Church (Catholic church), Mixt (salad shop), Press Club (wine bar), Ippudo San Francisco (ramen restaurant), Delarosa (pizza restaurant), Phelan Building (historical place), Cafe Madeleine, Stars The Agency (talent agency), Cinta Salon (hair salon), Camper (fashion accessories store), Bonobos (men’s clothing store), PATRICK EVAN SALON (hair salon), Nespresso Boutique (coffee store), diptyque (perfume store), Goorin Bros. Hat Shop, The Rotunda (restaurant) and more.

American Conservatory Theater is within feet, Lotta’s Fountain, Contemporary Jewish Museum, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Xanadu Gallery, Yerba Buena Center For The Arts and Metreon are 0.1 miles, Union Square, Cartoon Art Museum and Montgomery St. Station – BART are 0.2 miles, San Francisco City Hall is 0.9 miles, Oracle Park is 1 mile, Coit Tower is 1.1 miles, Pier 39, Anchor Brewing Company and Ghirardelli Square are 1.6 miles, Alcatraz is 2.9 miles, Golden Gate Bridge is 4.3 miles and San Francisco International Airport is 11.8 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom suite bridge view): $1,111

Cost per person (three people): $370

 

 

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Orchard Hotel

665 Bush Street, Union Square

Hotels in San Francisco

San Francisco Playhouse

Featuring an on-site restaurant, a bar, a cardio room, spacious rooms, free WiFi, traditional decor, desks, laptop safes, black and white photography, mini-bars and smart TVs, Orchard Hotel can be found close to Sutter Street Cafe (restaurant), 450 Sutter Building (historical landmark), Glazier Rolled Ice Cream & Boba Tea (ice cream shop), Boba Guys (bubble tea store), Taqueria Mana (Mexican restaurant), Tunnel Top Lounge and Bar (bar), Food Fair Market Liquors (liquor store), Sushi Toni (sushi restaurant), Sons & Daughters (fine dining restaurant), BeanStalk Cafe (cafe), San Francisco Cannabis 420 Tours (tour operator), Aliment (American restaurant), The Summer Place (cocktail bar), Tacorea (Mexican restaurant), Pacific Cocktail Haven (cocktail bar), Notre Dame Des Victoires Church (Catholic church) and more.

You’ll find San Francisco Playhouse 0.1 miles, Union Square, Geary Theater, and Curran Theatre 0.2 miles, SF Masonic Auditorium, Grace Cathedral, American Conservatory Theater and Lotta’s Fountain 0.3 miles, Cable Car Museum 0.4 miles, Coit Tower and San Francisco City Hall 0.9 miles, Lombard Street 1 mile, Ghirardelli Square, Pier 39 and Oracle Park 1.3 miles, Anchor Brewing Company 1.9 miles, Alcatraz 2.6 miles, Golden Gate Bridge 4 miles and San Francisco International Airport 12.1 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night: $248

 

 

 

 

Parker Guest House

520 Church Street, The Castro

Hotels in San Francisco

Mission Dolores Basilica

Parker Guest House provides a garden, limited parking with reservations required, concierge service, luggage storage, a computer and printer for guest use, hair dryers, free WiFi, ROKU flat-screen TVs, continental or buffet breakfast and a sun terrace.  SPRO  (cafe), Morning Due Cafe (cafe), Pizza Due (pizza restaurant), Bi-Rite Creamery (ice cream shop), Nopalito (to-go Mexican restaurant), Mission Dolores Park Tennis Courts, Bebebar (juice shop), Kokak Chocolates (chocolate shop), Last Call Bar (bar), Saucy Asian (Korean restaurant), Gai Chicken Rice (restaurant), Kitchen Story (California restaurant), Eiji (Japanese restaurant), Dinosaurs (sandwich shop), Alex Fitness (fitness center), Canela Bistro & Wine Bar (Spanish restaurant), Barry’s Castro (gym) and more are within range.

Mission Dolores Basilica is 0.2 miles, Mission Dolores Park and Castro Theatre are 0.3 miles, Castro District is 0.5 miles, Grateful Dead House is 1.1 miles, Anchor Brewing Company is 1.5 miles, Oracle Park is 2.4 miles, Ghirardelli Square and Coit Tower are 3 miles, Baker Beach is 3.7 miles and San Francisco International Airport is 10.4 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night: $298

 

 

 

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Inn at Union Square

440 Post Street, Union Square

Hotels in San Francisco

Curran Theatre

A European-style hotel, Inn at Union Square has flat-screen TVs and free WiFi. Near here are Ula Mediterranean Dining & Cocktails (Mediterranean restaurant), San Francisco Playhouse (performing arts theater), Cafe La Taza (Latin American restaurant), Cafe La Tazita (breakfast restaurant), Cafe Encore (cafe), Victorian Home Walk (tour operator), Painted Ladies Tour Company (sightseeing tour agency), Sears Fine Food (American restaurant), Akiko’s Sushi Bar and Restaurant (Japanese restaurant), ENO Wine Bar (wine bar), August Hall (live music venue), Happy Lamb Hot Pot (hot pot restaurant), The Thonglor SF (Thai restaurant), American Conservatory Theater  (performing arts theater), Curran (performing arts theater) and more.

From here San Francisco Playhouse is within feet, Union Square, Geary Theater and Curran Theatre are 0.1 miles, American Conservatory Theater is 0.2 miles, San Francisco Cable Car, SF Masonic Auditorium, Lotta’s Fountain and Westfield San Francisco Center are 0.3 miles, San Francisco City Hall is 0.8 miles, Pier 39 is 1.4 miles, Alcatraz is 2.7 miles, Golden Gate Bridge is 4.1 miles, China Beach is 4.4 miles and San Francisco International Airport is 12 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $318

 

 

 

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The Fairmont Heritage Place

900 North Point Square

Hotels in San Francisco

Ghirardelli Square

With bay views, free WiFi, fully-equipped kitchens, sweeping terraces, fire places, high-end entertainment systems, glass showers, exposed brick walls, washers and dryers, The Fairmont Heritage Place  is near Ghiardelli Ice Cream and Choco, Vom Fass (gourmet grocery store), Ghirardelli Marketplace, San Francisco Brewing Co., Wattle Creek Winery, Michaelis Food Store, Gary Danko (French restaurant), Grandeho’s Kamekyo Sushi, The Buena Vista (American restaurant), Unlimited Biking (bike rental), Maritime Museum and more.

Ghirardelli Square is 0.1 miles, San Francisco Duck Tours is 0.2 miles, Lombard Street is 0.3 miles, Fort Mason, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum and Musée Mécanique are 0.4 miles, Wax Museum At Fisherman’s Wharf and Red & White Fleet are 0.5 miles, Pier 39 is 0.7 miles, Beach Blanket Babylon is 0.8 miles, Coit Tower is 0.9 miles, Alcatraz is 1.4 miles, Oracle Park is 2.6 miles, Anchor Brewing Company is 3.2 miles and San Francisco International Airport is 13.3 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom apartment): $1,700

Cost per person (six people): $283

 

 

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Bayview Penthouse

812 Bay Street Apt 7, Fisherman’s Wharf

Hotels in San Francisco

Lombard Street

Bayview Penthouse has garden views, a terrace, private parking, free WiFi, a fully-equipped kitchen, a washing machine, a flat-screen TV, a hairdryer and continental or buffet breakfast. The Original Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop (chocolate shop), Real Old Paper (art gallery), Umbrella Alley (tourist attraction), Blazing Saddles (bike rental), The Buena Vista (American restaurant), Grandeho’s Kamekyo (fusion restaurant), Gary Danko (fine dining restaurant), Patagonia (clothing store), Cafe de Casa (coffee shop), eight am (brunch restaurant), Norman’s Ice Cream & Freezes (ice cream shop), In-N-Out Burger (hamburger restaurant), Cioppino’s (seafood restaurant), Alioto Lazio Fish Co (seafood market), Hyde St (notable street), San Francisco Love Tours (tour operators), Hyde Street Pier (pier), San Francisco Fishing Charters (fishing charter), Hyde St. Pier Historic Ships (museum), Eureka Steamboat (historical landmark) and more are in the vicinity.

Ghirardelli Square is 0.1 miles, San Francisco Duck Tours and Lombard Street are 0.2 miles, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum, Wax Museum at Fisherman’s Wharf, Musée Mécanique and Red & White Fleet are 0.4 miles, Fort Mason is 0.5 miles, Pier 39 is 0.6 miles, Beach Blanket Babylon is 0.7 miles, Coit Tower is 0.8 miles, Union Square is 1.4 miles, Alcatraz is 1.5 miles, Crissy Field Beach and San Francisco City Hall are 1.8 miles, Oracle Park is 2.5 miles, Anchor Brewing Company is 3.1 miles, Lands End is 5.1 miles, Fox Theater Oakland is 8.2 miles and San Francisco International Airport is 13.2 miles from this penthouse.

Approximate cost per night: $441

Cost per person (four people): $110

 

 

 

 

So there they are, hotels in San Francisco that will help make for an outstanding trip. We hope you have found this information valuable and more importantly, that you enjoy your time in California!

58 Replies to “Hotels in San Francisco”

  1. Thankyou for this article. I hope people are finding your website and renting the great pent-houses you have here. My favorite, just going by looks, was 900 North Point Square. I’ve lived in the United States my whole life and I never went to California. So, that is something I will have to do. I’m on the other side of the country, in New York, but it’s a pretty fast plane ride to go there. 

    Huntington Hotel really stood out, due to all the red coloring. It looks very luxurious. 

    I also liked Hotel Zeppelin because of the bricks and the “rustic” look. I think that’s the word for it, anyway. Thanks!

  2. Very good synopses of some beautiful luxury accommodations! I especially like the Hotel Drisco because of the sights to be seen within a very short distance. So many places and such great scenery everywhere! All the hotels you covered sound great, though, and it would be hard to narrow it down to just one for a vacation or even a short visit. Thanks for providing the information.

  3. Thank you so much for this nice post, I find it really helpful and informative, I have heard a whole lot about San Francisco ranging from it been a populous city in California to the many luxurious hotels all around. I think I will visit on of the places you mentioned in my next vacation. 

  4. Traveling is nice but having a great place to rest your head is absolutely beautiful. I must commend the fine suggestions of hotel you have given here and frankly these are the best I have come across so far in my search. A group of friends are traveling to San Francisco and have sought for my assistance in getting a good place to stay. I’ll love to give them these suggestions as it matches thier description of a nice place they explained to me. Best regards.

  5. Wow all these places look so beautiful to spend a night in. Thank you for sharing this review on the best hotels in San Francisco. Is San Francisco a safe place to go for visitors? I have never been there but have been thinking about travelling there. Where would you suggest a first time visitor to go in San Francisco?

    1. Hi Nice Gal Nikki and thank you for the comments. San Francisco is generally pretty safe, but as with any major city there can be crime. Just make sure to avoid The Tenderloin area to the south, and stay clear of Oakland. Be sure to visit Nob Hill and Union Square as a first time visitor. Hope that helps 🙂

  6. I visited the beautiful city of San Francisco just four week ago. It was exciting and it took a lot of energy to keep up with the pace of the city. I’m a country bumpkin so the hussle of a big city is vastly different in comparison. So, next time I visit the city, I will be looking for a hotel that blocks all the noise of the streets, but is still central to the city. The hotel we stayed in while we were there had a great retro vibe, and was over a hundred years old. However, I am somebody who is far more comfortable and better rested when I can re-energise for the next days antics, in a space that can block out all noise but still have the views of the city. Is this asking too much? What would you recomend?  

  7. San Francisco has always been my long lost big city to which I always wish to explore for long. Thankfully you have added a touch of luxury for me concerning what to lockout for when I am heading to this place. All the hotels you have mentioned here are all top notch and would be definitely a top luxurious treatment to be in Amy of them. I particularly like the hotel Drisco. It looks very elegant

  8. Oh, this is great. Your post is needed to be seen by many people so they can check out this many options you have here. I like the Hotel Frisco because it has so much good places around. I’d be going to San Francisco very soon and I think that’s the penthouse I’d go for. Thank you for a through insight.

  9. Website is very informative about hotels you can find in San Francisco,I’m very grateful to have stumbled upon this because next year am planning a trip with my family to go there.What are the odds of that?Of course some of them are a bit pricey and out of my budget but I will definitely refer this site to my partner for her advise

    Thank

  10. Huntington Hotel is definitely the goto hotel for me on this platform if ever I’m asked to choose from this list of the best hotels in Dan Francisco and believe me when I tell you that I would give a lot just to stay in this cozy environment just for one night. It is really looking so awesome and  I like the environment and where it is situated too. Maybe if we were to have our luxury tour during our get together party at the end of the year, maybe we would be able to lodge in here. It really oozes respect and elegance

  11. Amazing thanks so much for sharing. 

    I particularly like the hotel Nob Hill. It looks like it’s a great location and the features in the hotel sound unreal!!

    We actually just visited San Fran in June so I will certainly check this out for our next trip there. Thanks again for such a great review

  12. Wow, you’ve all of a sudden made me want to visit San Fran. I’ve never had an interest until now! I did not realize that there was so much to do there, this article was really informative. And the hotel are absolutely beautiful. Extremely luxurious. I think I need to start planning my vacation now!  

  13. I was in SF for an event this year march, and I lodged at hotel drisco. It was one of my most favorite hotel experiences. The location is so fabulous and the service and amenities are second to none. They provided free internet, coffee service, sumptuous breakfast, wine and cheese happy hour! There are free water bottles also in the room in glass bottles that are complimentary and now my favorite on the go bottle.
    Would come back to this awesome hotel in a heartbeat when in SF!

    Regards.

  14. San Fransico is one of the places I plan on visiting when I go to the USA in 2021. I am planning a trip there to see my brother in California and then staying in some of the surrounding cities to experience them.

    I think the Fairmont Heritage Place will suit our budget best and I like that it is fitted with a fireplace as we are planning our trip in winter. The bike rental will also help a lot as you can explore the city a lot better by bicycle.

  15. I love San Francisco. I only got the pleasure to visit it once at the Golden Gate City. It is very nice to see how the they keep the city the way it is where it isn’t so crowded with skyscrapers like NYC where I live. Bayview Penthouse is so beautiful! It will be perfect for my husband and I to spend our anniversary. Thanks for the suggestions:)

    Cheers!

  16. Thanks a lot for such an amazing review of the Best Hotels San Francisco and explanations are given.

    I plan to visit San Francisco for a long time with my girlfriend, so we decided to look for accommodations. I have read many articles, but this is the best. We will definitely stay at one of the hotels presented.

    Thanks again and keep in touch.

  17. Thank you so much for another great post!  It’s pretty cool that you have one involving San Francisco.  Back when my wife and me first got together, we vowed to visit all U.S. states and at least 10 different countries.  California is on the top of our list in the states.  We actually had not considered San Francisco at first.  It was started to grow on us as we looked at pictures of California.  The The Fairmont Heritage Place looks like a pretty cool and upscale place to stay.  That would make for awesome memories!

    1. Jessie visiting all U.S. states and at least 10 different countries sounds amazing! Glad you found value in the post and like The Fairmont Heritage Place

  18. I’ve been to San Francisco once and absolutely loved it!  These penthouses are absolutely beautiful and I like that they are close to popular tourist attractions.  2901 Pacific Avenue looks like it has incredible views!  The white furniture is absolutely stunning as well. I would be afraid to drink red wine in this living room.  My favorite hotel you have listed is Hotel Zeppelin.  I love the interior and that it’s pet friendly and close to a Mediterranean restaurant.  Thanks for the inspiration to travel to San Francisco!

  19. San Francisco is a great place to be. It is really attractive, the views are fabulous (when it’s not foggy), and there are lots of fun and interesting neighborhoods and plenty of great restaurants. Spending your vacation in San Francisco is quite rewarding.

    If anyone is planning their journey to San Francisco, I think the hotels listed are just great because they have some amazing features like city view, fully equipped kitchen, and some interesting places around. I’ve been to San Francisco lots of time and can tell that it’s been awesome.

  20. Many thanks to you for sharing such a beautiful article with us. I’ve heard a lot about San Francisco.I like fencing a lot so I know what kind of problems you have with staying in a hotel while on the fence. The suggestions on hotels on your website must be appreciated. Hotels with so many places and so many great views make your website truly awesome. That’s why you really deserve praise. .I would definitely love to give this advice to my friends because they match the hotel  description of the beautiful places you tell me on your website. Lastly, the hotels on your website are very elegant to see so I will visit the places mentioned on my next vacation. Thanks

  21. Hey, I know via your post that San Francisco is an amazing place to visit. San Francisco is the fourth most populous city in California. Covering an area of nearly fifty square miles, the city is northern California’s cultural, commercial, and financial center. While coming in San Francisco we will stay in Hotel Drisco or The Fairmont Heritage Place. 

  22. Those are some amazing hotels! It’s been a couple years since I’ve traveled anywhere and I’m just waiting for this pandemic mess to be over with, so I can take a trip somewhere special. San Francisco is at the top of my list, as I’ve been through the area before, but unable to spend any time there. While they’re all intriguing, the Omni is the one that seems to call to me the most. The pic on the page reminds me of the Titanic and it’s just the kind of place where I’d like to spend a few days. Thanks for sharing this valuable information!

    Mark

    1. Thank you for saying Mark! Hotels in San Francisco are amazing indeed and once the pandemic is over the Omni in particular would make for an outstanding stay. Stay well and happy travels

  23. I have never been to San Francisco before although I have done some visual tour on San Francisco, it’s really a beautiful place to be. It’s included in my list to travel to even after the pandemic.Anyways  this article here on San Francisco hotels has made the journey a but less stressful, there is no need searching for comfortable hotels this lodge, this is already a guide to that. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Sheddy no problem and glad you found value in the information. Hopefully you can add one of these hotels in San Francisco to your bucket list and travel there soon enough.

  24. I know that finding a good article does not come by so easily so i must commend your effort in creating such a beautiful website and writing an article to help others with useful information like this,i really love the views of hotel drisco,it leaves one no choice but to fall in love with the early morning sunrise and ohhh the beauty of the night..

    1. Thank you for the kind words, Wilson. Whether you’re a morning person, a night person, or both, Hotels in San Francisco will help you fall in love quickly!

  25. Thanks a lot for sharing such a beautiful article with us. I’ve heard a lot about San Francisco. The suggestions on hotels on your website must be appreciated. Hotels with so many places and so many great views make your website truly awesome. That’s why you really deserve praise. .I would definitely love to give this advice to my friends. Thanks a lot for such an amazing content

  26. Hello there, an amazing review you have there on” best hotels in San Francisco”

    I always love history! The story you gave before the review was amazing, made it interesting to read. 

    I love the ” Wells Fargo Museum San Francisco” it is so beautiful and catchy! ….I will consider visiting San Francisco just to have a great time in this hotel. Thanks.

    1. Lizzy glad to see that you appreciate the history behind The Golden City, and the Omni San Francisco located close to Wells Fargo Museum San Francisco is as fine a choice as any of these hotels in San Francisco. Thanks for the comments and happy travels out there!

  27. Helooo dear, thanks for the info, I believe after going through your article, I believe I have been enlightened, I was actually doing some research online when I saw your post, I want to thank you for the hard work you put into bringing these website together and providing such useful information, thanks for the info

  28. Nice review on San Francisco.. San Francisco, officially the City and County of San Francisco and colloquially known as SF, San Fran, Frisco, or The City, is the cultural, commercial, and financial center of Northern California.

    san Francisco is a city known for its luxurious hotels and resorts, it’s a place where your vacation is guaranteed to be more fun thanks you can ever imagine…I urge to visit sometime soon

  29. “I left my heart in San Francisco” I remember that beautiful song of Tony Bennet when I read your article.  One of my retirement goals is to travel and one destination would be San Francisco, hopefully when pandemic gone or the vaccines are available worldwide, people can move freely around including travels and vacation abroad.  My choices are: The Ritz Carlton San Francisco for its simplicity and elegance while I feed awed with the Omni San Francisco that it bring us to the ancient times, yesterday still connected to us today.   Thank you for this article.

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