Explore San Francisco
Explore San Francisco
The Golden Gate Bridge links San Francisco with Marin County. Before its completion in 1937, the bridge was considered unbuildable because of foggy weather, 60-mile per hour winds, and strong ocean currents. The bridge sways 27 feet to withstand winds of up to 100 miles per hour. Pedestrains and bicyclists are allowed across the bridge on pathways with sweeping views of the City, Alcatraz and the Marin Headlands.
San Francisco's most popular tourist attraction with food, shopping and plenty of photo opportunties. Catch a ride to Alcatraz, have lunch at the Wharf and shop till you drop at Pier 39.
Upscale shopping at Union Square and the San Francisco Shopping to the very discounted Chinatown district on Grant Street.
Convention Center located just 7 minutes by taxi or 20 minute walk.
World Famous Cable Car Line. The California line picks up right next to the hotel. Tickets for purchase through hotel concierge or directly from trolley attendant.
Most famous steak houses are across the street to the hotel.
Overlooking the San Francisco Skyline Coit Tower is a must see attraction. In addition to the great views are the wonderful murals decorating the lobby.
East of Montgomery Street to The Embarcadero is San Francisco's Financial District. Noted attractions in the Financial District are Jackson Square, Antique and Art Galleries, Crocker Galleria and The Embarcadeo Center. Just minutes from the Ferry Building.
Oracle Park is a waterfront stadium with stunning views of the bay. Visitors can take a tour of the stadium, visit the museum, or simply enjoy a game of baseball. Chase Center is a state-of-the-art arena located in the heart of San Francisco. Visitors can take a tour of the arena, catch a game, or attend a concert or other event.
A former military based turned public park. There are 11 miles of hiking trails, including the Golden Gate Promenade, the Coastal Trail, an ecology trail and portions of the Bay.
Golden Gate Park Golf Course is a public golf course located in Golden Gate Park. The course is open to all skill levels and offers stunning views of the park.
The Olympic Club is a private golf club that has hosted major championships. Visitors can take a tour of the club, play a round of golf, or enjoy the dining and amenities.
Japantown is the largest Japanese-American community outside of Japan. The neighborhood is home to a variety of Japanese restaurants, shops, and cultural attractions. Visitors can spend a day exploring Japantown and learning about Japanese culture.
4 blocks away from the CPMC hospital.