4 Star Hotels in San Francisco
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- Downtown San Francisco
- Moscone Convention Center
- Pier 39
- Fishermans Wharf Cable Car Turnaround
- Lombard Street
- Golden Gate Bridge
- Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
- Mission District
- AT&T Park
- Golden Gate Park
- Aquarium of the Bay
- Alcatraz Island
- San Francisco City Hall
- Ocean Beach
- Fisherman's Wharf
- San Francisco State University
- Fillmore Auditorium
- Cow Palace
- Orpheum Theater
Four Star San Francisco hotels
Things to see in San Francisco
Get a memorable first impression with a ride on one of the famous cable cars that once formed the city’s principal public transportation network. The three remaining lines have now been designated a National Historic Landmark—take the Powell-Hyde line to navigate the serpentine Lombard Street and be rewarded with great views over the bay. Wander through leafy Golden Gate Park to the de Young Museum, housing one of the most important collections of American art in the world, as well as high-profile touring exhibitions. Informative audio tours are available to enhance your enjoyment. Combine dining and sightseeing with a sunset cruise around the bay, passing looming Alcatraz Island, the rolling headlands of Marin County, and the twinkling downtown skyline, while you help yourself from the on-board buffet. Or stroll along atmospheric Fisherman’s Wharf to take your pick of the best seafood restaurants in San Francisco and sample delicious local wines.
4-star hotels in San Francisco
San Francisco is used to welcoming visitors, so there’s a huge choice of hotel accommodation to suit every requirement. Four-star hotels in San Francisco range from reputable global brands to independent establishments with long-standing local roots. American hospitality is legendary, and you can expect a high level of service in San Francisco’s 4-star hotels, with facilities such as free WiFi, fitness centers, and gourmet restaurants as standard. Shop around for extras such as swimming pools, spas, and outdoor terraces to make the most of the mild California climate. With so much competition, 4 star hotels in San Francisco are ripe for a good deal.
Where to stay in San Francisco
Known as one of the most walkable cities in the USA, San Francisco’s compactness means that its attractions are easily accessible. Many of San Francisco’s best 4-star hotels are found around vibrant Union Square, packed with shiny shopping malls and fashionable restaurants. For a quieter location that’s still central, try Nob Hill—this upscale residential neighborhood perched high above the city boasts four-star accommodation with incredible panoramic views. Fisherman’s Wharf has a wide selection of good-value 4-star hotels, where you can dine on the catch of the day and soak up the ambience of this popular entertainment quarter.
How to get to San Francisco
San Francisco International Airport is served by all the main transatlantic and global carriers, while Oakland International Airport across the bay is an alternative for mainly low-cost and domestic flights. SFO International terminal has fast and frequent connections to downtown and beyond via the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) network. Alternatively you can book a private transfer direct to your chosen location, while many hotels run their own airport shuttle services for guests. Getting around San Francisco is easy by public transportation—the “Muni” rail, subway, and bus network covers all central districts.
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