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The InterContinental soars 32 stories above the South of Market neighborhood

The White Swan Inn has a fireplace in each guestroom

Lavish luxury is found in the king suite at Hotel Drisco

The Omni San Francisco Hotel offers opulence close to sites and attractions

The famous Fairmont San Francisco just completed a restoration

Fairmont Heritage Place has breathtaking views of San Francisco Bay.

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San Francisco has opulent accommodations in all of its illustrious neighborhoods

 

San Francisco is known as one of the world’s most premier vacation destinations, and it has plenty of renowned hotels to reflect that. Many offer extras that can take an extraordinary trip and make it perfect.

 

Luxury comes in all shapes, sizes and neighborhoods in San Francisco, from the towering sophistication of the InterContinental San Francisco Hotel directly adjacent to the Moscone West Convention Center, to the quaint, nautical-themed Argonaut Hotel at Maritime National Historical Park at Fisherman’s Warf.

 

Many of the hotels are right in the heart of the thriving metropolitan areas, within walking distance of some of the area's most visited neighborhoods, while others offer a more homey, neighborhood feel on the outskirts of the city. Some rooms will offer stunning views of the city skyline and the San Francisco Bay, while others open up to quaint courtyards. Visitors may also want to consider apartment-style time shares or resident inns if they want to cook some meals in.

 

Highly acclaimed hotels can be found in each renowned neighborhood. Sitting at the crest of Nob Hill, the InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco is as magnificent today as when it opened in 1926. A few doors down is the Fairmont San Francisco, offering world-famous elegance.

 

Right on Union Square Park is the century-old Westin St. Francis, offering guests who appreciate vintage features such as chandeliers, ornate woodwork, crown molding and glass doorknobs the chance to step back in time to turn-of-the-century luxury. A couple of blocks away is the Hilton San Francisco Union Square, a stylish and sophisticated hotel offering easy access to Nob Hill, Chinatown and the shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities at Union Square. Also at Union Square are: the White Swan Inn, a bed and breakfast with the ambience of an English country inn; Donatello Hotel, an intimate European boutique hotel; The Orchard Hotel, dubbed as chic and eco-friendly; and Chancellor Hotel on Union Square, touting dazzling luxury.

 

Fairmont Heritage Place near Fisherman’s Warf, features one-, two-, three-bedroom luxury residences in the heart of Ghirardelli Square.

 

The Pacific Heights neighborhood brings Hotel Drisco with spectacular views, service and amenities.


Omni San Francisco Hotel is in on the California Street Cable Car Line in the heart of the financial district and is known for excellent service. Built in 1875, the Palace Hotel is within walking distance to the financial district, Moscone Center, Union Square and Westfield Shopping Centre.

 

No matter what your taste or how long you plan to stay, San Francisco has a place for you.

 

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Westin St. Francis -- ideal location and vintage elegance

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