World-renowned, Fairmont San Francisco presents an awe-inspiring picture of historic San Francisco. The grandeur of the luxury hotel coupled with its reputation for impeccable service promises a truly memorable experience.
With a local legacy and grand character that make it one of the most famous luxury hotels in San Francisco, the InterContinental Mark Hopkins is a landmark Nob Hill destination with breathtaking views of the Bay Area.
Weaving together a vibrant Singapore Straits Chinese heritage with the high-fashion luxury of Nob Hill, The Scarlet Huntington offers an uninhibited haven in one of the city’s most alluring neighborhoods.
Ready to paint the town red, San Francisco style? Then look no further than the regally red-suited beefeater doorman extending a warm welcome in front of the grande dame of Union Square hotels, the Sir Francis Drake.
This upscale hotel dating to 1904 was once visited by Queen Elizabeth II. Discover the allure of the city's most charismatic and vital setting offering the grandeur of the past, coupled with contemporary luxury and style.
Renovated and centrally located in San Francisco, the Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf embraces the heart and soul of the famed Fisherman’s Wharf. All 316 guestrooms and suites offer a truely unique experience.
Recent renovations include a brand-new concert stage, state-of-the-art sound system, and a new general admission open floor with tiered levels, bringing the venue's new general admission capacity to 3,300 people.
The new Masonic is now a prime venue for concerts and special events alike, in one of San Francisco's premier neighborhoods, next door to some of the Bay Area’s greatest hotels and restaurants.
The Masonic is a public venue at 1111 California Street in San Francisco, California. The venue was formally dedicated on 29 September 1958. It has several large sculptures representing the four branches of the Armed Services.
Once called "the bridge that couldn't be built," today it is one the seven wonders of the modern world. San Francisco's most famous landmark opened in 1937 after a four year struggle against winds, fog, rock and treacherous tides.
A mile and a half from Fisherman's Wharf, Alcatraz was the site of the first lighthouse built on the Pacific Coast, then a federal prison for such notorious convicts as Al Capone. Now it is one of the city's most popular attractions.
Waterfront marketplaces and the Wharf's famous fishing fleet make for a terrific fish story. Experience fishing boats, sea lions basking in the sun, steaming crab cauldrons, seafood restaurants and French bakeries.
Home to the San Francisco Giants, with its breathtaking views and classic design, was chosen as the 2008 Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal as part of the inaugural Sports Business Awards program.
San Francisco Chinatown is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia as well as the oldest Chinatown in North America. It's attractions, culture, and history make it one of the top tourist attractions in San Francisco.
Cable cars are a historic symbol recognized around the globe and offer real transportation up the hills of San Francisco. From Union Square to the crest of Nob Hill, cable cars offer a thrilling way to move with the City.