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San Francisco

As the song goes…”My heart belongs to San Francisco”. And those of us that have visited this coastal California gem will easily sing along. No other city is as vibrant with culture and a plethora of sites to see and things to be inspired by. Just thinking of the row of gorgeous Victorian style houses along Steiner Street, often referred to as “The Painted Ladies”, makes me want to return.

San Francisco has offers the benefit of being both grand and intimate. Like most other cosmopolitan cities, you’ll find all the usual suspects here; shopping malls teaming with name brands, a world-class museums, concert and sports venues and some of the nation’s best restaurants and bars.

And then there’s Chinatown – justifiably one of SF’s most popular destination with great food and street life – ready to be instagrammed. I also love going for a bike ride over the legendary Golden Gate Bridge and cruising down to the quaint town of Sausalito where a ferry then takes me back across the bay.

Jumping on one of the colorful cable cars and heading to the Castro or Haight-Ashbury districts is always on my to-do-list when I’m in town. And if I’m in need of really tourist fix, Fisherman’s Wharf is a definitely a given.

San Francisco has a truly unique atmosphere and cultural variety that keeps me coming back. Oh, and SFO International has some of the best sushi I’ve ever eaten Stateside!

Also worth a visit when in SF:
 City Lights is a landmark general bookstore, internationally known for its expert selection of books and for its commitment to free intellectual inquiry.
Mission Dolores park, one of San Francisco’s most popular destinations. Many festivals, performances, and other cultural events are held here. You’ll find lush green lawns shaded by tall palm trees, a soccer field, six tennis courts, one basketball court, a multi-use court, a playground, and two off-leash dog play areas.
Muir Woods – a few miles north of San Francisco, in a isolated canyon, grows the ancient coast redwood forest known the world over as Muir Woods, the 1,000 year old giant trees towering 260 feet high is a spectacular experience. “…the best tree-lovers monument that could possibly be found in all the forests of the world.” John Muir

Our Top Hotel Picks

Phoenix

Phoenix Hotel

The rock n’ roll spirit of this weird and wonderful 1950’s-era motor court hotel reflects the layers of history that have unfolded here.

Discounted rates
fr. US$140 per double room/night

Hotel del Sol

Hotel del Sol

A Kid-friendly 1950s motor lodge turned fab near San Francisco’s Marina District. All members of your family (pets too!) are VIPs at Hotel Del Sol, with complimentary breakfast, afternoon cookies and milk, and a saltwater heated pool.

Discounted Rates
fr. US$139 per double room/night

Drake

Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel

A San Francisco Icon With a Personal Touch. The hotel is located right in the Union Square city center, so it’s easy to make the most of your San Francisco adventure.

Discounted Rates
fr. US$170 per double room/night

Becks

Beck’s Motor Lodge

Located in one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in San Francisco, The Castro. Walk out our door and walk into some of the coolest cafes, stylish shops and the most notable nightlife in the city.

Discounted Rates
fr. US$170 per double room/night

Kabuki

Hotel Kabuki

A Boutique Hotel in Japantown near Fillmore Street and newly renovated for $30 million

Discounted rates
fr. US$259 per double room/night

Nob Hill

Nob Hill Inn

To experience the ambiance of Old San Francisco, you only need to book a stay at the Nob Hill Inn.

Discounted Rates
fr. US$190 per double room/night

Phoenix Hotel

Sitting between downtown San Francisco’s Tenderloin and Civic Center districts, the Phoenix is more legend than hip hotel. A second home to generations of traveling bands and walking distance the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, the Great American Music Hall, and other iconic live music venues, it is a cornerstone of the city’s storied musical past.

Hotel del Sol

The colorful, casual rooms and suites of Hotel del Sol and complimentary continental breakfast, saltwater pool, and pet-friendly property are ideal for travelers who love being entrenched in a neighborhood’s local flair that includes independent shopping boutiques, lively outdoor eateries, spirited people-watching, and waterfront sport.

Becks

Beck’s Motor Lodge have recently renovated our guestrooms, revamped our building’s paint and installed a fast, new elevator for you to enjoy a comfortable and reenergizing stay here at Beck’s. Our neighborhood, The Castro is filled with restaurants, clubs, bars, shops and lively people. Stop by the acclaimed Twin Peaks Tavern, The Café or Harvey’s. Take in a classic movie at Castro Theatre or a show at Café du Nord.

Kimpton

From the moment the red-suited Beefeater doorman whisks you into our ornate lobby, it’s clear: you’ve arrived at a San Francisco icon, Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel. The grand staircases, gilded ceilings, sleek marble walls, and crystal chandeliers evoke an old-world charm you won’t find anywhere else. But we think you’ll be even more impressed with the one-of-a-kind experience at our buzzing lobby bar, exceptional Italian eatery, and glam nightspot with sweeping city views, before you retire to your trendy-yet-classic guest room.

Kabuki

With an ambiance that embraces conversation, discovery, and a bit of reflection, Hotel Kabuki is for the traveler who wants to experience a neighborhood, not just a visit. One of the few boutique hotels just steps from Pacific Heights’ famed Fillmore District, we provide easy access to some of San Francisco’s most exciting dining, shops, and sights, including Union Square, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Lombard Street.

Nob Hill

Step through the etched glass doors of the Nob Hill Inn and be transported back to the golden age of San Francisco. Built in 1907 as a private home, the Nob Hill Inn has been lovingly restored to maintain the ambiance of a turn-of-the-century townhouse. Its twenty-one guest rooms and suites are furnished with hand-picked antiques: beautifully carved chairs, armoires inlaid with exotic woods, graceful four-poster, and brass beds.

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