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Featured San Francisco Hotels


San Francisco's vibrant arts scene, exciting tourist attractions, and successful companies make it the ideal destination for pleasure seekers and business travelers.No matter whether you're pursuing professional opportunities or looking for a little rest and relaxation, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG®) hotels provide an ideal base for your San Francisco adventures. Browse our website to find hotels close to all the sights and experiences that make The City by the Bay a great American destination.

Things to See
No matter where you stay in San Francisco, you'll find amazing things to see and do close to your doorstep. Its rich arts heritage is celebrated at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Asian Art Museum, and the de Young Museum. The spirits of Beatnik writers and rock musicians who once called Haight-Ashbury home are ever-present on its colorful streets, and some would say that no San Francisco trip is complete without a visit to Alcatraz Island and its former high-security prison.

Kids love meeting San Francisco's animal residents, from the exotic creatures at the zoo to the sea lions congregating on Pier 39. The Exploratorium and wax museum will keep little ones entertained.

Hotels in San Francisco
San Francisco has a diverse range of hotels, from luxurious downtown establishments to budget-friendly chain hotels near the airport and Fisherman's Wharf. Bed-and-breakfasts around Nob Hill and the Mission District give travelers a taste of true San Francisco hospitality.

No matter where you stay, you'll find it easy to explore San Francisco on foot or using public transport. Local
neighborhoods are small and easily navigated, so even newcomers find their way around using buses, streetcars, and cable cars on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency which allow you to leave your car behind and explore areas outside your hotel.

Where to Stay
San Francisco's downtown area is home to some of the city's most upmarket hotels and designer label stores. If the area's too rich for your blood or banking plans, it's still fun to people-watch from a Maiden Lane café. Most tourists prefer to stay north of downtown in the Fisherman's Wharf area, where they can stroll along the pier, catch the ferry to Alcatraz Island, and chow down on some of San Francisco's best seafood.

Aging hippies and music buffs love the Haight-Ashbury nostalgia, while Japan Town offers a taste of Asia with authentic sushi, relaxing day spas and Kabuki theater. If business is what brings you to San Francisco, consider staying in the Financial District or the South of Market area, which puts you close to the Moscone Convention Center, and leading design and tech firms.

How to Get to San Francisco
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is one of the largest in the country and a natural choice for many air passengers traveling to San Francisco. Most major airlines around the world operate flights to SFO, which lies 13 miles from the downtown district. Travelers staying near Union Square or the Convention Center will find catching the BART public transportation system from the airport to be convenient, but a cab can save you a long walk if you're staying near the waterfront. Certain hotels also operate shuttle services for their guests, so be sure to ask.

Alternatively, consider flying in to Oakland or San Jose, which are both within easy reach of San Francisco. Shuttle services operate along the 25 miles between Oakland International Airport and San Francisco. San Jose International Airport is twice that distance removed from San Francisco, but you can easily catch the CalTrain or a shuttle bus back to the city. Often the flights to these smaller airports are cheaper, and they're not prone to the delays that often come when flying through the fog back into SFO.

Latest San Francisco Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for San Francisco Hotel
(4.3 / 5) of 14369 reviews
COMFORTABLE ROOM AND GREAT STAFF
By mountain company
The rooms are clean and comfortable . Noise level was very low. easy to relax. The staff was great. The breakfast was good, lots of choices and the breakfast staff was wonderful [Less]
Great Hotel for a One Night Stay
By svdoug
This is a perfect hotel if you are just going to be in Walnut Creek for a short stay. Rooms come with a refrigerator so can get anything you want at Sprouts which is a five minute drive down the [More] street. Good comfortable room. Very close to the freeway and parking is easy. Only downside is very limited equipment in the exercise room but an option is to pay $10 for a pass to the health club across the street. [Less]
Sraff attentive and helpful, bed comfortable. liked having the tablet .
By norahs74
Overall, good experience. However, two things, the room had funny smell and I thought it was cigarettes but now think maybe it was cleaning supplies used. Also the shampoo and conditioner in bathroom [More] were very difficult to open and use. That needs to be better. Liked having the refrigerator and microwave in room Having a tablet in each room was great. Also it would be helpful if shuttle service to BART ran on weekends. [Less]
Location, Location,Location
By Dave 4548
Steps from the Cable Cars. Fantastic time at Top of the Mark. Wonderful place to stay steeped in history and attentive service. [Less]
Great stay in San Fran
By drrob99
Hotel has the history and grandeur associated with a classic hotel. I prefer this to the ultra modern alternatives. The rooms are perhaps looking a little dated and could do with freshening up but [More] they are perfectly comfortable and clean. The facilities are good and the wifi works well. [Less]
What a disappointment!
By Adrian123ca
Our first visit to The Mark was memorable. Exceptional service, attentive staff. Our visit last weekend was disappointing. It appears the hotel's lustre has faced - appearance of the hotel looks [More] very worn- and so has the service. Efficient check in but with no warmth. Room clean but dated- very 1980's. The biggest complaint is the concierge and front desk personnel. Concierge probably receives 1000's of requests for restaurant advice, but I received a very curt response to my request and told to head to Columbus Avenue- no names, just head that way. Really, really disappointing. I don't think for the value of the hotel per night that I will stay here again. Avery disappointing 10th anniversary. [Less]
very nice hotel
By sodk
it would have been nice to be able to rent a movie on one of the night at the hotel other than that everything else was very good [Less]
warm staff and convenient location
The room was spacious considering the location of the hotel. Comfortable bed and clean bathroom. Easy check-in and check-out with the help of very friendly staff at the front desk. Breakfast was not [More] to much to complain though nothing special to remember except that it was super packed and the food option was very limited. All the above doesn't seem to match the fact that there was one cockroach and one fly hanging around in the room before I took off one shoe and fixed it once and for all. Overall, it was a great stay. [Less]
Our "Go-To" Hotel in San Francisco
By El Norteno
We return to this hotel again and again when in San Francisco, because of its excellent location - we are "walkers" and find it convenient to North Beach, Chinatown, and the Wharf, and easily reached [More] by the Embarcadero Trolley - the outstanding staff, and the well-maintained and comfortable rooms. It's a real value in an expensive city, and even with the crowds along Fisherman's Wharf, a quiet and restful place, too. The buffet breakfast is generous, tasty, and convenient, and the hotel's lack of a full-service restaurant and bar is of no real consequence, given the number of places to eat in the immediate neighborhood, not to mention the Buena Vista, only a five-minute walk away . . . [Less]

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