(Closed) San Francisco Hotels

posted 7 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
323 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Depends on your price budget and where in SF you would like to stay – downtown or farther out (where it might be less expensive).

Send me a DM and I can try and help you figure it out.  I live here now but before I lived here I traveled a lot and stayed at several hotels in SF.

Post # 4
746 posts
Busy bee

We’ve used the Fisherman’s Warf hotel several times with good results.

Post # 5
13 posts

I stayed at the Westin St. Francis and I loved it’s old world glamour feel, but I think it’s undergone some renovations recently so I’m not sure how much charm it still has but the location is great.

I’ve heard the Palace Hotel is elegant.

Hotel Vitale is sleek and has great views from the rooftop.

If you want trendy of course you can never go wrong with the W, and there’s also Hotel Triton & Hotel Frank.

Good luck with your search!



Post # 6
311 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I’ve stayed at a few hotels in SF.  The nicest one was the Omni hotel in the financial district.  It’s right on the California car line so there is easy access to alot.  Chinatown, The Embarcadero, The Wharf).  It’s a nice hotel but a little pricy.  Great service and the rooms were realy nice and spacious.

Post # 7
45631 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

I like Kimpton hotels. They are a chain of boutique hotels.

 We have stayed at the Harbor Court in San Francisco a few times. I love it there. You can get a room with a view of the Bay Bridge. They have a free wine reception every late afternoon- nice to get a glass of wine and a snack before you shower and change to go out to dinner.

 They are on Steuart Street, close to the Embarcadero, a block from the Muni Line and and a block from the California/ Van Ness cable car line.

If you go downtown via Market Street, go to Nordstroms as your last stop. When you are ready to go back to your hotel, they have a free shuttle service in their concierge dept that will take you home.

If you are there on the weekend they have a great farmer’s market at the Ferry Building and a craft market across the street. I remember a glorious brunch out on the patio of a cafe at the Ferry Building enjoying marvellous coffee and miniature pastries hot from the oven.

You could also take the ferry to Sausalito-it departs from the Ferry Buliding.


Post # 8
746 posts
Busy bee

 Be sure to check out Sears Fine Food Restaurant near Union Square on Powell Street is San Francisco institution that is about 70 years old. They serve Swedish Pancakes that are famous.

Post # 9
28 posts
  • Wedding: March 2012

Definitely take a trip to Alcatraz – it was one of the scariest places I been too but so interesting and worth the trip. Head to Fishermans Wharf to take the ferries across.

Post # 11
360 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I live in Santa Rosa, which is near the sonoma valley, but go to school in SF…. I love Hotel Nikko. Its very modern and comfy. The Westin on Market is really nice…I didnt know if it would be when I stayed there, but it was amazing. The Sheraton in north beach (fisherman’s wharf) is decent, but I would pass on it for my honeymoon. I actually just booked a tower queen room at the Sir Francis Drake for a mom/daughter weekend as a “thanks for the wedding” gift…. Im super excited about that, it has views of Union square. Hotels nearer the Bay bridge have some awesome views (Treasure Island and the bay bridge) Not many hotels have views of the Golden Gate from what I have determined…

Get an idea of what you want to be near, and its almost guarenteed you can find a nice hotel near there….there are just soo many great ones in the city!!

Hope that helps a little.

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