Monday, May 20, 2019
Vacations

A Guide to San Francisco Hotels

San Francisco Skyline in Pink and Blue Skies.

San Francisco is undoubtedly one of the most visited cities in the world attributed to its mixture of scenic beauty along with a unique, diverse culture. Located between the renowned San Francisco Bay and the enormous Pacific Ocean, San Francisco offers excellent scenic attractions including the windswept and often foggy bay, the steep rolling hills lined with meticulously designed Victorian homes overlooking the spectacular scenery of the city, cable cars and not forgetting San Francisco’s most famous and iconic landmark, the Golden Bridge. For those who want a cozy place to lay their head at night, there are a few San Francisco hotels that truly stand out.

Things to Do In San Francisco

While San Francisco is generally geographically small, it’s vast in terms of attractions and amenities, and you wouldn’t lack sights to tour, activities to carry out or events to attend. Part of your San Francisco itinerary should include walking over the Golden Gate Bridge, visiting the Palace of Fine Arts, touring the former federal prison on Alcatraz Island, riding a Cable Car to view the city, seeing the sea lions at Fisherman’s Wharf and enjoying sunny afternoons at Dolores Park. San Francisco also offers many annual events and cultural festivals including the Chinese New Year’s parade in Chinatown, Cherry Blossom Festival in Japantown, Outside Lands Festival, Illuminate SF, Stern Grove Festival and Yerba Buena Gardens Festival among others. San Francisco’s rich cultural diversity coupled with famous landmarks and fog steep rolling hills makes it a city everyone should desire to visit or even be part of it.

Guide to San Francisco Hotels

San Francisco is one of the most affordable cities to visit in California. You can easily enjoy the city’s great scenery combined with an eclectic mix of architecture and landmarks on a budget. There is a wide availability of affordable hotels and lodgings in the city, and all you have to do is to find one that fits your budget and expectations. You can find a number of five-star and four-star San Francisco hotels charging as low as $60 per night. Top rated affordable executive hotels include the Sheraton Fisherman’s Wharf Hotel with a heated outdoor pool, the Hilton San Francisco Union Square overlooking the city, The Orchard Hotel with plush quarters, San Francisco Marriot Marquis with city views among others all charging below $200 per night. If you are on a budget, there are low-priced budget hotels you can choose from including Amsterdam Hostel San Francisco, El Capitan Hotel, Music City Hotel, and Union Hotel all charging below $90 per night.