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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 13166 reviews
Nice amenities
By Shoshannim
This is a great place to stay for business. It is close to the airport and other amenities [Less]
Good Value
By Los Gatos Lady
This is a nice place to stay. Right off the freeway but very quite and very clean. I'll be back to stay there. [Less]
Great Staff and Helpful
By stathara
The staff is very accommodating and well trained. The building is in good condition. The parking is very good. It is the best hotel in the surrounding ten miles. [Less]
Beautiful views
By Blueneonguard
We had a gorgeous view from the corner room and word got out that we were celebrating a birthday, so several staff members wished us a happy birthday during our stay. It was a very sweet touch! [Less]
One of the best Intercontinental's in the world!
By AndyL1506
This is hands down one of the nicest Intercontinental's in the country. Other than an isolated incident with a an extremely rude Bartender, this stay was perfect in every way imaginable. The I'm I [More] certainly will not let the incident with the Bartender influence my review. For the sake of the review I'm just going to pretend I had no interaction with said Bartender. (I do feel as though I should mention this... When the hotel got word of what transpired at the bar they immediately reached out to me to resolve the problem.) It's gestures like this that make the Intercontinental stand out as a true luxury brand. In my opinion the Intercontinental has always been seen as a "business luxury" brand as opposed to a true stand out luxury hotel. Well I can think off three locations off the top of my head that are breaking that mold.. I’m sure there are many more, these just came to mind immediately. The Intercontinental San Francisco, The Intercontinental Boston, and The Intercontinental NYC Times Square are all examples of how this amazing brand is proving without any doubts that they are hands down a true luxury brand that will leave you feeling well rested and already thinking about how soon you can stay again before you’ve even checked out. Now on the the specifics. I arrived in SFO around 4pm on the DeltaOne transcon flight from JFK. Once at the hotel, check in took no more than 60 seconds. I was given the keys to my room, which was an incredible suite on the top floor with Club Lounge access. (Ambassador Upgrade) The room itself was a beautiful suite. There was a letter from the GM along with fresh fruit and two bottles of water, one still & one sparkling waiting in the room. I also noticed a small hand written note on the bed in the Master a Bedroom. The note simply stated that as I had requester 2 extra pillows and 4 extra washcloth's had been placed in the room prior to my arrival. When you first entered the suite the guest bathroom was immediately on your right. For a guest bath, this was a very large area. A few feet past the bathroom was the living / dining area.” The dining room table comfortably sat 4. Just beyond that was the living area which included a desk, an over sized sofa and the largest TV I've ever seen in a hotel room. The TV in the bedroom was equal in size. The TV in the master bath was around 32". The master bath was almost the same size as the bedroom itself. The had a deep soaking tub in addition to a very large walk in shower. The bathroom and shower were stocked with full size premium toiletries. Final thought….. This is one of the very best Intercontinental's I've ever stayed at! [Less]
Nice hotel but minor issue
By Brionne
My room consistently had a foul odor that smelled like really bad body odor. Housekeeping came and sprayed but then it smelled like body odor covered in perfume. yuck. the only way to keep it [More] smelling better was to have the fan on constantly. that helped but it never really took the smell away. [Less]
Nice Property
By JPDDS
Worked out perfect being able to park, stay, and go! [Less]
Large confortable room; great breakfast
By Eddie707
Quiet surroundings, despite being so close to the airport. Great value. [Less]
Park
The hotel is in a great location for access to the Oakland airport. Their rates for the week long park and fly option seem very reasonable. Minor confusion with shuttle pick up upon our return with a [More] group of 12 people. [Less]

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