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San Francisco, CA: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

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The San Francisco center is about the area of North Oakland and the area of Jack London Square.

San Francisco's relaxed atmosphere and iconic attractions help lure tourists from across America and the world. Consider your interests and budget carefully to make sure you find the right San Francisco hotel for your stay. More from this guide...

"The city by the bay is a foodies dream come true"
Author: , a Hotel Planner from , reviewed on 05-Nov-2013
Score of City:
5.0 / 5

San Francisco is one of the most culturally diverse and beautiful cities in the world and one of my favorite places to visit. The City by the Bay is a foodies dream come true and home to some of the best restaurants in the country. If you like to eat then San Francisco is definitely a place you should visit. It's location next to the San Francisco Bay provides some interesting climate conditions so don't forget to take some warm clothes with you because it can easily go from mid-70's during the day to low 40's at night. With so much to do it's hard to recommend any single place to visit but if you have time I highly recommend visiting Napa Valley or Sonoma Valley. Even if you're not a wine drinker it's a beautiful area full of some of the top wineries in the the United States located a short drive north of San Francisco.

San Francisco Hotels & Accommodations

Hotel Whitcomb San Francisco 1231 Market St., San Francisco, CA 94103 Website
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • 8 conference rooms in property
  • Waiter was very attentive
  • Almost all guests thought it was a great value
Phoenix Hotel : 601 Eddy St. 601 Eddy St., San Francisco, CA 94109
  • Economy Downtown property
  • Hotel has 44 rooms
From$129
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Zetta 55 5th St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  • 4 star hotel
  • Hotel has a green policy Read more
From$179
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Parc 55 San Francisco a Hilton Hotel in San Francisco 55 Cyril Magnin St., San Francisco, CA 94102
  • Expensive Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy Learn more
From$400
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Inn at the Opera 333 Fulton St., San Francisco, CA 94102
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • Check in: 11:00 am
  • New carpeting
  • Bad amenities
From$159
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Tilden Hotel 345 Taylor St., San Francisco, CA 94102
  • Nestled near Union Square and the Moscone Convention Center, the Hotel Mark Twain boasts a distinct historic feel, with plantation shutters and a brass railed staircase. The hotel has also been renovated to provide a modern feel, with amenities including cable television, pay-per-view movies, a mini refrigerator, coffeemaker, and iron with ironing board. A lobby Internet station, exercise room with cardio equipment and weights, and same-day dry cleaning and laundry services are also available to guests of this San Francisco hotel.
  • 4-star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 118 rooms
From$134
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Serrano Hotel 405 Taylor St., San Francisco, CA 94102
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has a green policy See more
  • Most guests complained about the room service
  • Average wifi quality
From$109
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Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco 1625 Post St., San Francisco, CA 94115
  • Mid-scale Downtown property
  • 13 suites in hotel
  • Every guests reviewed were unsatisfied with the kitchenette
  • Most guests were disappointed with the minibar
From$119
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Vagabond Inn
+1-888-305-3366
385 9th St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Two-star property
  • Free comp. breakfast
  • Easily accessible by car, said 71%
  • Near to public transport, according to 72%
Carriage Inn - San Francisco
+1-800-881-1523
140 7th St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Facilities in need of refurbishment
  • Pool is good
Best Western Plus Americania - San Francisco
+1-888-283-3404
121 7th St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
  • Professional service
  • About half of guests thought the furniture was functional
Red Coach Motorlodge 700 Eddy St., San Francisco, CA 94109
  • Economical Downtown property
  • Check in time: 3:00 PM
From$99
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Htl 587 in San Francisco 587 Eddy St., San Francisco, CA 94109
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • Check in: 2:00pm
  • Comfortable beds
  • City centre within easy reach, said 100%
Hotel Epik 706 Polk St., San Francisco, CA 94109
  • Expensive hotel
  • Hotel has 27 rooms
Cova Hotel - San Francisco 655 Ellis St., San Francisco, CA 94109
  • Mid-scale Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 8 floors
  • Excellent value for money
  • Hotel security was great, thought 75%
Opal Hotel in San Francisco 1050 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, CA 94109
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • Gym is available on property
  • Front desk were extremely helpful and accomodating
  • AC needs updating
Hampton by Hilton Downtown San Francisco 942 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • 174 sleeping rooms in hotel
Hotel Bijou in San Francisco 111 Mason St., San Francisco, CA 94102
  • Inspired by Hollywood, Hotel Bijou boasts a classic movie palace design and comfortable amenities for a hip, sophisticated feel. Each of the 65 guest rooms is named after a motion picture that was shot in San Francisco. And, to add to the retro feel, the lobby shows a double feature every night. Guests of the hotel can enjoy high-speed wireless Internet access, a complete concierge service, and same-day laundry services. They can also walk right out the door and find themselves minutes away from fabulous dining and entertainment.
  • Low-priced Downtown property
  • Check in: 3:00pm
Courtyard by Marriott San Francisco Union Square 761 Post St., San Francisco, CA 94109
  • Affordable hotel
  • Hotel has 17 floors
From$90
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The Pickwick Hotel in San Francisco 85 5th St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Mid-scale Downtown property
  • Gym is available on property
  • Beds were acceptable for 65%
  • Breakfast is below average
Edwardian San Francisco Hotel 1668 Market St., San Francisco, CA 94102
  • Low-priced Downtown property
  • 27 rooms in property
  • Good restaurants & bars in the area
  • Generally very clean
Soma Park Inn 101 9th St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Economy Downtown hotel
  • 3 floors in property
  • Old building
  • Street parking at a reasonable price
Civic Center Motor Inn - San Francisco 364 9th St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Cheap Convention Center property
  • Check-in time: 2:00 PM
  • The majority of guests found the staff to be friendly enough
  • Sightseeing is average
Good Hotel
+1-800-881-1523
112 7th St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  • A relatively new concept to hit hotels, the Good Hotel in downtown San Francisco practices philanthropy and strives to do good for the planet. In fact, many of the furnishings on the property are made from reclaimed or recycled construction materials. The hotel offers a variety of room configurations based on what guests’ needs, with all boasting comfortable amenities like a flat-screen television, high-speed wireless Internet access, and an iPod docking station. The hotel features additional amenities designed to make you feel right at home, including a fun photo booth and access to an outdoor heated pool across the street.
  • 2 star Downtown hotel
  • 5 floors in hotel
  • Excellent staff
  • Near to public transport, according to 100%
Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Soma 10 Hallam St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Low-priced property
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San Francisco's temperate climate doesn't fluctuate as much as many U.S. cities do, so there are few bad times to visit. Summer is the most popular season for travelers, which tends to drive hotel prices sky-high. The temperature is also quite changeable, so you might not always get the beach vacation you expect. However, summer is the time to enjoy the San Francisco Pride and the North Beach Festivals, both in June.

Experts say the fall months of September to November are ideal for traveling to San Francisco. The summer crowds have all gone home, so hotel prices are reasonable, and the weather's still nice and warm. In fact, it's often warmer in fall than it is in summer. The San Francisco Jazz Festival runs all season long, and you can also catch the San Francisco Fringe Festival in September. Spring is another good choice if you don't mind a chill in the air. Spring also brings some of San Francisco's most exciting events, including the San Francisco International Film Festival from April to May and May's Carnaval San Francisco.

Winter is also a good choice, as San Francisco doesn't get as cold as many parts of the country. Many tourists tend to stay away, so it's a great time to find a bargain room. Just remember to dress in layers to be comfortable during your stay. The local event calendar isn't quite as crowded in winter, but SF Sketchfest Comedy Festival from January to February should tickle the funny bones of anyone braving the chill.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in San Francisco, CA:

seasonality of hotel rates in San Francisco

San Francisco by Star Rating

Below we've posted 3 graphs demonstrating mean nightly cost patterns by star rating class in San Francisco, CA. You can use these illustrations to evaluate the most cost effective dates to make a reservation in San Francisco for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in San Francisco

4 Star Average Prices: $250.68

San Francisco has a number of luxury hotels for travelers who enjoy the finer things in life. Whether you want to stay in the glamorous Theatre District or enjoy enviable views of San Francisco Bay, San Francisco has an upmarket hotel to suit your needs.

Established in 1875, the Palace Hotel was San Francisco's first luxury hotel offering. It retains its historic charm, with three ballrooms and iconic beaux-arts styling. New additions, such as a high-tech business center, fitness center with the latest gym equipment, and high-speed Internet, have brought the Palace into the 21st century. Three restaurants and 24-hour in-room dining give guests plenty of eating options.

The Marker hotel puts the entertainment venues, restaurants, and retail stores of San Francisco's Theatre District right outside your door. It's easy to relax in this opulent boutique hotel, with in-room spa services, yoga mats and accessories in every room, and a nightly wine reception. Its BDK Restaurant reinterprets the classic pub, with an innovative menu making the most of San Francisco's acclaimed produce. Pet lovers needn't leave their pooches at home either; The Marker welcomes furry guests, too.

Few hotels offer the views of Loews Regency San Francisco. Rising high above the city skyline, rooms in this Financial District hotel offer enticing views of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay. All rooms were redesigned and refreshed after Loews Regency assumed the hotel, formerly the Mandarin Oriental San Francisco. When you're not spending time in your room, make use of the hotel's 24-hour fitness center, spa services, and on-site restaurant, Brasserie S&P.

For a more exclusive kind of stay, book a room at the Inn at the Presidio. This San Francisco hotel has just 22 rooms, so guests enjoy personalized service. Choose from a spacious one-bedroom suite, with a separate sitting room and gas fireplace, or a generous deluxe bedroom.

The Inn at Presidio's European-style continental buffet breakfast is the ideal morning pick-me-up while the wine and cheese reception each evening will help you wind down after a busy day of sightseeing. With an outdoor patio with a gas fire pit and a well-appointed reception lounge area, there are plenty of places at The Inn at the Presidio to relax and meet your fellow guests.

4 Star Hotel Prices in San Francisco

Affordable Hotel Options in San Francisco

3 Star Average Prices: $197.37

While San Francisco knows how to pamper visitors with cash to splash, it also caters to tourists on tighter budgets. Hostels allow you to stay close to the action without spending a lot of money. While the rooms are quite simple, the central locations of hostels like the Green Tortoise Hostel, USA Hostels San Francisco, and Amsterdam Hostel can't be beat. Many also provide complimentary extras such as breakfasts, tea and coffee, and Internet access.

Alternatively, you could consider staying a little outside the city center. You'll pay less at family hotels with shared toilet and bathroom facilities, such as Hayes Valley Inn in the trendy Hayes Valley and San Remo Hotel in North Beach. Both offer friendly service and rooms as low as $65.

3 Star Hotel Prices in San Francisco

2 Star Average Prices: $132.67

2 Star Hotel Prices in San Francisco

San Francisco, CA Hotels with Discounts

Several San Francisco hotels offer great discounts to special groups. You can save a significant amount on your rate at the following establishments.

The Comfort Inn by the Bay rewards AAA and AARP members with discounts on most bookings. Present your AAA card for up to 25 percent off your stay. AARP discounted rates vary and are subject to availability.

Hilton San Francisco Union Square also offers a 5 percent discount to AAA, AARP, and CAA members. In addition, AAA and CAA members can take advantage of the Hilton's Family Fun Package. In addition to the discount, families can enjoy a complimentary breakfast for four and premium Wi-Fi access. Active and retired military service people and their families can save even more with 10 percent off stays at this hotel.

If you're traveling with a group, several San Francisco hotels will offer you a discount. Holiday Inn Fisherman's Wharf, Hyatt Regency San Francisco, and The Kimpton Buchanan will happily negotiate a special discounted rate for large parties.

Best Value Options in San Francisco

To make your dollar go further, consider boutique hotels outside the city center. These hotels tend to be more affordable than comparable chain hotels and come with some interesting extras. Many are steeped in history, with features that will make your stay more memorable.

For example, Nob Hill Inn is a restored Victorian townhouse in San Francisco's upmarket Nob Hill neighborhood. Rooms start from a little more than $100 and feature four-poster beds, wood furniture, complimentary breakfasts, and tea and sherry in the parlor every evening.

The Inn on Castro, in San Francisco's colorful Castro neighborhood, is another value-packed option. The inn features just eight rooms, so personalized service is guaranteed. Each room is decked out with bright walls and modern art. The free breakfast each morning is generous, and the living room with a fireplace is the ideal place to unwind. Make your dollar go further by choosing a room with a shared bath.

Enjoy authenticity in the historic Japantown area when you stay at Hotel Kabuki. Rooms feature floor-to-ceiling shoji screens, and the bathrooms have separate washing and soaking stations. Relax by the hotel's koi pond, and enjoy free Japanese tea service, on request, from Wednesday to Sunday. Your accommodation also includes complimentary entry to the Kabuki Springs & Spa two blocks away. Double rooms cost a little more than $100 a night.

For something a little closer to downtown, try the Herbert Hotel. It's another antique building, although extensive renovations make it feel much more modern. Its rooms are small but functional, with a chic minimalist style that should appeal to contemporary travelers. Double- and triple-adjoining guest rooms are ideal for families. The Herbert Hotel's location on the Powell Street cable car line, just off Union Square, should attract anyone who wants to stay near San Francisco's most popular attractions.

Getting Around San Francisco

San Francisco is a very tourist-friendly city that's easy for everyone to navigate. Don't bother renting a car; there are more scenic and affordable ways to get around this California city. On arrival, the Bay Area Rapid Transit commuter rail will take you from the San Francisco International Airport to the heart of the city.

San Francisco's neighborhoods are very flat and compact, with many tourist attractions within walking distance of the city center, so you might simply want to get around on foot.
When traveling further afield or after dark, most tourists prefer to use public transport. The Municipal Transportation System, dubbed the Muni, operates buses, streetcars, and San Francisco's famous cable cars. If you're making several trips, a Muni Passport, which offers unlimited rides for one-, three-, or seven-day periods is great value. A ferry ride is a scenic way to travel between Market Street or Fisherman's Wharf and the nearby communities of Sausalito, Tiburon, and Larkspur. Children and seniors are eligible for discounts on all local public transport.

San Francisco, California, is a diverse city with excellent hotel options for everyone from frugal travelers to luxury lovers. Do your research before arrival, and book early to secure the best rate on your San Francisco stay.

Travel overview of San Francisco, CA

San Francisco may be small with a land area of just 49 square miles but its amenities make the city larger than life. Whether you are a cultural traveler, a thrill-seeking adventurer or merely looking for a place where you can indulge yourself, nothing will beat SF. It has the perfect balance of contemporary conveniences and historical districts, making it a must-visit town. It houses the world famous landmarks like Golden Gate Bridge and Mission Dolores. Take a cable car ride, which is the country's only national historic landmark that moves, at the Fisherman's Wharf. Art lovers will feast in Fort Mason Center where museums and art galleries showcase Italian, African-American and Mexican art. If you want some action, the Golden Gate Park is the place to be. Play tennis, go hiking, hit the Stow Lake with paddleboats or ride your way to the beach. At the end of the day, savor the moments while you are being pampered in numerous spas around the city. There are plenty of restaurants that will serve you the best of the world's cuisines prepared by no other than famous chefs. With all the city has to offer, it's not surprising that you will be looking forward to your next visit.

'Knowing is not enough, we MUST apply.
Thinking is not enough, we MUST do!'
These words of wisdom are often attributed to Bruce Lee, a famed MMA expert and global superstar, who was born and raised in the mean streets of Chinatown, San Francisco. 

The city of San Francisco is known by many names, from the City by the Bay of Pacific to the City that Knows. As far as its historic heritage is concerned, it was also among the first west coast cities to be inhabited by European settlers. 

For tourists, of course, the permanently itched global image of San Francisco is that of the magnificent Golden Gate Bridge entrapped from below in a shroud of thick fog that creates a mesmerizing visual. San Francisco has also featured in a number of popular movies, from Rain Man to 500 Days of Summer. 

So, if you are planning on making a trip down to this city of immense warmth, you need first be congratulated on your fine taste in tourism. Next comes looking for hotels in San Francisco, and that is exactly the point of this write up. 

Budget Hotels in San Francisco

San Francisco is among the most neatly planned and developed cities in the United States, ranking much higher than big players like New York City and Los Angeles. Somehow, San Francisco has managed to maintain that look of dignity, morality and most of all, education that other big cities in the US seem to lack. It comes as a no surprise then, when one learns that San Francisco regularly ranks in the top 5 places in the lists of best cities in the world to live, or the happiest cities in the world. 

With all those accolades, however, come prices to pay. And that's no metaphor. San Francisco also happens to be among the most expensive American cities to live in, and hence, finding cheap hotels here can be a mammoth ask. 

But if one still has to put their mind to it, there are certain San Francisco hotels that can be squeezed into this category, albeit with extra liberties being taken while defining what 'cheap' really means. 

Among all the potential candidates, however, one hotel consistently stands up to the tall expectations of global tourists, Nob Hill Inn. It is a restored property (a former townhouse, built over a century ago) that still evokes the charms of the early 20th century. Moreover, it's located very conveniently from tourism point of view and doesn't cost a lot in comparison with other hotels in San Francisco. 

Grant Plaza Hotel is another perfect hotel for those who do not wish to spend a lot on accommodations. Touchstone Hotel and San Remo are another similar establishments that have been in operation for over four decades. 

Letting it Loose in SF

It's easy, when you look at it in a liberal sense of opinion, to spend a lot and live in luxury, if you have enough budget available. 

And if you are willing to spend, San Francisco will open her arms wide open for you, as there are over four dozen top-notch luxury hotel and establishments that embezzle the neighborhoods of this city. 

Among these, Lowes Regency is a supreme hotel that incorporates luxury and convenience (at a formidable price, though). Another property that luxury hotel lovers can find worth a visit is the Omni San Francisco Hotel. Located in the heart of the downtown, Omni is a perfect blend of luxury, style and elegance. Hyatt has made their mark in this beautiful city with the royal Hyatt Fisherman's Wharf that allows its guests to wake up to beautiful vast expanses of San Francisco Bay, and spend their evenings in the surreal company of Pacific sunset. 

San Francisco Tourist Attractions 

As mentioned earlier, San Francisco tourist attractions list just aren't complete without a mention of the Golden Gate Bridge. This imposing feat of architecture and engineering has come to define the city that San Francisco has shaped up to be in last one hundred years. 

Among other things to see in San Francisco, the Exploratorium takes the top place. It's a lot more fun than most other museums you will ever visit, and a trip there makes for some quality family time, especially if you are taking your children along. Another unmissable place in San Francisco is the famous AT&T Ball Park that has witnessed some truly historic moments in the game that America fondly calls their own. 

San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Park are worth a visit, preferably early in the day, as it can get really humid out there past noon. 

For pop culture lover, a trip to Alcatraz Island can be a great memory, particularly because of all the hype that has always surrounded this place. 

Finding Hotels Near SFO

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is a busy airport that acts as a central operational base for United Airlines. It is one of the busiest airports in the country and handles visitor traffic in excess of 50 million every year. 

Tourists from Europe, Asia and Oceania often arrive in San Francisco via SFO. The airport is located at a short distance (approx. 15 miles) from the city space and hence, is easily reachable via road. Many buses operate with good frequency, shuttling passengers to and fro between the airport and the downtown San Francisco. 

Finding cheap hotels along this way is not really a good prospect, as there aren't too many establishments present in this stretch.

Local Transport in San Francisco 

The best way to travel in and around San Francisco is to hire a private cab for the day, or rent a car and drive it around yourself. If you are a foreign national, you are best advised to hire an experienced cab driver and a local guide to show you around. Most San Francisco hotels do arrange for cabs and guides at a nominal fee. 

In essence, San Francisco is a city that's best enjoyed, rather than merely visited! 

Government Per Diem Rates in San Francisco, CA Chart

Below are the GSA reimbursement limits for hotel spending in San Francisco, CA excluding taxes per night. See gsa.gov for more details.

Applies to San Francisco

Season BeginSeason EndLodging RateMeals & Incidentals
November 1, 2017December 31, 2017$222.00$74.00
January 1, 2018August 31, 2018$276.00$74.00
September 1, 2018September 30, 2018$302.00$74.00

Recent traveler guest reviews of San Francisco, CA

Below are reviews of the city of San Francisco, CA from an actual visitor's perspective.

"What a great stay!"
Score 4.0 / 5

I enjoyed walking through all the neighborhoods and the great retaurants

Jason D., from 30-Oct-2017
"Great Stay!"
Score 5.0 / 5

So much to do in San Francisco.

Marianne T., from 15-Aug-2017
"Great hotel and city!"
Score 5.0 / 5

There is nothing to not love about San Francisco, the most beautiful city in the bay!!

Roslyn B., from 17-Jul-2017
"Good Research. Good Results."
Score 5.0 / 5

Food was amazing...as long as you know where to look. Do your homework and stay away from Pier 39 as there are too many other good places to eat.

Chris L., from 15-Mar-2017
"Amazing! "
Score 5.0 / 5

What's not to like - the food, the architecture, the energy, the diversity!

Kimberly R., from 17-Feb-2017
"Variety of Restaurants "
Score 5.0 / 5

San Francisco has so much to offer - from amazing shopping on Market Street and around Union Square to a HUGE variety of restaurants and bars in easily accessible locations, everyone can find something they love. It's easy to get around without a car (take other forms of transit or call a ride, rather than driving yourself) so you never have to worry about parking!

Erica C., from 08-Nov-2016
"Perfect visit."
Score 4.0 / 5

Union Square,Chinatown, Golden Gate Park, Baker Beach - the Blue Angels even flew over!

Nancy J., from 10-Oct-2016
"Historic"
Score 4.0 / 5

There is so much history of America, it was great!

Katrina B., from 21-Aug-2016
"My Home!"
Score 4.0 / 5

I live here because it is the best city.

Sandy S., from 21-May-2016
"Spectacular!"
Score 5.0 / 5

Beautiful city with spectacular entertainment and eating facilities. A great city to walk and to host an event or conference.

Dianne S., from 04-May-2016
"Bad Traffic"
Score 5.0 / 5

Love the City, but hate the traffic. I know it can't be helped - they call it growth-progress-rebuilding infrastructure, whatever; I just wish it wasn't there.

John W., from 24-Apr-2016
"Great Place"
Score 4.0 / 5

We were able to see Muir Woods, Alcatraz, and worked the NFL Experience and Super Bowl 50. A great week.

Charles C., from 09-Feb-2016
"We All Enjoyed Ourselves"
Score 5.0 / 5

Good weather and a good tour experience.

Kristina L., from 05-Oct-2015
"Endless Fun"
Score 5.0 / 5

We liked Fisherman's Wharf, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Sea Lions, Alcatraz Island, Cable Cars, Lombard Street, Chinatown, and the endless possibilities for international dining experiences, and fresh seafood opportunities.

G. Luke S., from 10-Sep-2015
"Meetings in San Francisco"
Score 5.0 / 5

San Francisco, the city by the bay, is 7 miles by 7 miles and comprised of a diverse array of neighborhoods such as China Town, North Beach, the Mission District, Union Square, Japantown, SoMa and so much more. The beauty of the this city you can walk or travel by cable car to see all of the sites! This is an excellent city to visit and also make day trips to Muir Woods or Napa Valley. You can rely on September and October to be the best weather months (although the weather is pretty temperate and sits around 70 degrees regularly recommendation: always dress in layers). This city also prides itself in locally made and crafted foods and shops and its diverse cultural population.

Jennifer G., from 29-Jun-2015
"So Inviting"
Score 4.0 / 5

Public transportation is very good in San Francisco. Loved the variety of restaurants and really enjoyed the public market.

Barbara M., from 23-Jun-2015
"Fun Group Trip"
Score 4.0 / 5

We went to Alcatraz and Pier 39. It was lots of fun and most of our middle school students hadn't been there before. The Alcatraz tour staff were all pleasant and efficient. Weather was excellent, and we were very lucky to find parking for our charter bus (fed a meter across the street from Pier 39 using a credit card) across the street from Pier 39 with easy access back onto the main street out.

Marsha J., from 17-May-2015
"So Much To Enjoy"
Score 4.0 / 5

The food is great and the scenery beautiful. Be sure to visit Chinatown, Little Italy, and Pier39!

Nick S., from 14-Apr-2015
"I Love San Francisco"
Score 4.0 / 5

On this trip, the Farmers Market at the Ferry Building, the view of the bridges, North Beach, and the weather were all fantastic!

Charlotte B., from 17-Feb-2015
"Segway City Tour Delight "
Score 4.0 / 5

Loved the Segway tour of the city with the SF Electric tour, an absolute must do!

Carolyn C., from 05-Jan-2015
"Good Location"
Score 4.0 / 5

Easy to drive into the city and access to our wedding venue.

Ed R., from 06-Aug-2014
"Enjoy every experience"
Score 5.0 / 5

There a lot and love it.

Tom F., from 23-Jul-2014
"Diversity"
Score 5.0 / 5

Great diverse city.

Stan S., from 22-Jul-2014
"Bay to Breakers"
Score 4.0 / 5

Bay to Breakers was very fun.

Joan B., from 20-May-2014
"Pier 39 and Exploratorium were highlights in this fantastic city."
Score 5.0 / 5

Pier 39 was a lot of fun, the boat tour to Alcatraz and then touring Alcatraz was fantastic!! The group also really enjoyed riding the trolley, but you had to wait an hour to ride it. We went to Chinatown, which was okay, but not as much fun as Pier 39. The Exploratorium was fantastic. We went with girls ages 5th-7th, could have spend three days in there alone!! Also, when you go there, definitely plan on doing the tactile dome for an extra $15.

Christie H., from 15-May-2014
"Lots to Enjoy"
Score 4.0 / 5

People are great. Enjoyed sourdough bread with clam chowder and king crabs on Pier 39. I love Chinatown, enjoyed dim sum, Peking duck, quails, pork ribs. Traveling on the cable car throughout the city. Alcatraz tour was great. Golden Gate bridge tour.

Luis G., from 06-May-2014
"Wharf"
Score 4.0 / 5

Fishermans Wharf, Pier 39 is 5 star.

Antonio D., from 10-Mar-2014
"The Chinese New Year parade, the restaurants and scenery"
Score 5.0 / 5

The Chinese New Year parade was memorable. This is a beautiful, scenic city with amazing restaurants.

Joan W., from 20-Feb-2014
"Amazing"
Score 4.0 / 5

San Francisco is a beautiful city with an ambiance and atmosphere that is unlike anywhere else.

Amanda P., from 18-Dec-2013
"A beautiful city with so many attractions."
Score 5.0 / 5

San Francisco is truly a beautiful city with so many attractions. Some of the must see attractions - Union Square, Fisherman's Wharf, Golden Gate Bridge and China town. You must save time take a cruise to Alcatraz. Night life is amazing in San Francisco. Shopping at the Macys's (7 floors) in Union Square is a lot of fun.

Sangeeta M., from 01-Nov-2013
"There is a reason people travel from all over to visit"
Score 5.0 / 5

San Francisco has all of the culture, creativity, passion, industriousness, and individuality of a true 'city of the world' ... compressed into a 7x7 mile square. There is a reason people travel from all over to visit, and many of the best minds and talents stay for good. This city constantly impresses me - there is ALWAYS something happening, something to see or do or participate in. Any quick search of local events will turn up concerts, parades, film screenings, art shows, and much more, literally on a daily basis. Despite its small size, San Francisco feels like 20 cities packed into one. They say each neighborhood has its own unique flair... I think it's more accurate to say that they are each their own micro-world. Anyone visiting for the first time should try to see as many corners of the city as possible. You will be amazed how drastic a change a 15 minute walk in any direction can make. Do the tourist-y things... go to Haight-Ashbury, Chinatown, Fisherman's Wharf, ect... but don't forget to leave some time just to wander around. You'll be happy you did. San Francisco is also home to some of the warmest and outgoing people I have encountered (credit the infections feeling of excitement and acceptance), so don't be afraid to start up a conversation with someone you don't know. San Francisco is renowned for its restaurants (every type of food) so ask for some local suggestions and make your meals count. Come hungry and with a sense of adventure and you will have a fantastic time in this city!

Aria T., from 01-Nov-2013
"I love the city close to the beginning of summer"
Score 4.0 / 5

San Francisco is an exciting city. I have been there a few times and I'm never disappointed. Home of the infamous Alcatraz prison, has plenty of historical sites and tourist attractions. I love the city close to the beginning of summer when it's still cool but sunny as well. You will find some of the best seafood on Fisherman's Wharf, and after lunch there is a Ghirardelli factory up the hill with samples of their chocolate.

Elizabeth G., from 01-Nov-2013
"Mostly very interesting"
Score 5.0 / 5

Mostly very interesting city. The area around where I stayed was not very safe late at night or early morning due to lots of homeless people living on streets.

Alison H., from 31-Oct-2013
The average traveler rating of the city of San Francisco, CA shown above is 4.5 out of 5 based on 34 reviews
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