Great Places to Stay Traveling to San Francisco

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Do you have travel to San Francisco coming up soon? Whether you’ve been to the city before or it’s your very first time, if you don’t have relatives or friends to stay with, you’re going to be looking for a quality place to rest your head.

Finding the very best place can be overwhelming when you have to consider all the factors, like price, comfort, service, health & safety, location, and more! To give you a jumpstart, we’ve analyzed a few of the very best hotels and B&Bs in San Francisco. All are very different -from quirky to traditional- but highly rated. Read on to see why these are your best options, and then choose the one that best serves your needs!

Holiday Inn San Francisco-Golden Gateway

Have some junior explorers tagging along with you on your trip? A fun place for families to stay is the Holiday Inn. Rooms are affordably priced and kids stay free here! A stay here will be very comfortable for adults in your party, too, due to its good service, a pool to keep the kids busy, a fitness center for mom and dad, and its high ratings. The location next to the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, and the National Recreation Area is also perfect for families who want to get out and explore the area!

Hotel Zetta

If you’re looking for the cool factor, look no further than Hotel Zetta, a self-proclaimed “creative hot spot and cultural launch pad”. This vibrant boutique hotel is located in SoMa, the perfect place for an inspiring retreat. Art lovers are in luck because the rooms are unique and hip with one-of-a-kind tapestries and artwork abounds throughout the hotel, from repurposed items to graffiti murals. Other amenities in the hotel include a British brasserie, a bar & lounge, and event space. When you book a room directly through Hotel Zetta’s website, they’ll offer one room at 50% off to a healthcare worker.

The Grove Inn

Whether you’re traveling for work or pleasure, chances are you’ll be cramming a lot into your days. If you want a quiet and relaxing place to stay, book a room at The Grove Inn. This Italianate-Victorian style bed and breakfast has been family-owned and operated since 1983! The hosts make it their goal to take the very best care of you, with luxury bath products, newspapers, and complimentary breakfast (including locally-baked bread).

Grand Hyatt at SFO

If you’re taking a quick trip through the city and want to be close to the airport, book a stay at the Hilton San Francisco Airport, which is practically on the tarmac. You can’t get more convenient to the airport than runway views from your room (through soundproofed floor-to-ceiling windows) and a shuttle service to take you to the terminal! And in addition to the prime location, you’ll be enjoying a luxurious stay, with access to an on-site sushi bar and other restaurants, a gym with a yoga area and Peloton bike, and 24-hour room service. 

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