• Fisherman's Wharf

    PIER 39, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA, USA .

    Roughly encompassing the northern waterfront area of San Francisco from Ghirardelli Square to Pier 35, Fisherman’s Wharf has more family-friendly vacation activities than any other part of San Francisco.

    With a year-round, temperate climate it is easily one of the most popular tourist attractions in the United States.

  • Golden Gate State Park

    Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA, USA .

    Golden Gate Park is a roughly 1/2 mile-by-four mile urban oasis, with windmills, bison, museums, lakes and a carousel hidden among its charms. At 1,017 acres, it is 174 acres larger than New York’s Central Park. It is the third most visited park in the United States. While the park is free to visit during the day, popular attractions charge admission, such as deYoung Museum, California Academy of Sciences and Conservatory of Flower.

  • Alcatraz Island

    Alcatraz Island, San Francisco, CA, USA .

    Alcatraz Island is located 1.5 miles from Fisherman’s Wharf. It is the site of the first lighthouse in the Western U.S., and was a penitentiary from 1934-1963.

    It is now part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and offers tours of the prison and views of the lighthouse. It is a good place to view gardens, tide pools, bird colonies the bay.

  • Cable Car

    Cable Car End, Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA, USA .

    The San Francisco cable car system is the world's last manually operated cable car system. An icon of San Francisco, the cable car is used by locals every day as well as by tourist.

    Our hotel is located 2 blocks from the Cable Car End, on Taylor Street.

  • Golden Gate

    Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA, USA .

    The Golden Gate Bridget the most iconic bridge in San Francisco Bay, the one-mile-wide strait connecting San Francisco Bay and Marin County.

  • China Town

    Dragon's Gate, Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA, USA .

    This is one of the oldest and most established Chinatowns in the U.S. Make sure to visit the Dragon’s Gate, it is the entrance to a maze of streets with countless stores, Chinese restaurants with dim sum joints and other traditional eateries.