Experience the bustling Embarcadero waterfront from our hotel and catch a cable car to San Francisco for shopping or discover good eats at Fisherman’s Market or Union Square. Travel easily from popular spots like Oracle Park, Oracle Arena, the Exploratorium, Alcatraz Island, and much more.
The world-famous, raucous sea lion symphony at Pier 39 has been a San Francisco delight since the pinnipeds arrived in 1990. Visit the Sea Lion Center for interactive displays and presentations, and get a sneak peek on the Sea Lion webcam.
This historic transit hub boasts an iconic 245-foot clocktower. Marketplace customers can visit merchants, artisans, local farmers, and world-class culinary professionals to sample local flavors, a Saturday farmers market, and boutique shopping.
Catch a ferry from Pier 33 and take a guided tour of “The Rock.” America’s most infamous federal penitentiary once held notorious gangsters Al “Scarface” Capone and Mickey Cohen, and officials still boast that no prisoner ever escaped its walls.
Appease your inner shopping maven, take a spin around the ice rink, burn calories at the three-story fitness club, expand your palate at more than 50 restaurants, or take in a movie at one of two cinemas. The Embarcadero has something for everyone.
Stroll to this trendy shopping district located south of Chinatown. Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, and Bloomingdale’s anchor more than 200 stores and restaurants. The Union Square Shopping District also houses the city’s Theater District.
At Ghirardelli Square, you can satisfy your sweet tooth with an exceptional chocolate encounter, dine in one of eight specialty restaurants, or shop at a local boutique. Children’s classes, events, and camps are available through Culinary Artistas.
Board a cable car to Fisherman’s Wharf to see sea lions, visit the street performers at Pier 39, or encounter 20,000 sea creatures at the Aquarium of the Bay. Ripley’s Believe It or Not and Madame Tussauds wax museum will surprise and delight.
Home to San Francisco’s beloved baseball team and 1.4 miles away make the Hyatt Regency ideal for catching a game. A panoramic view of the bay, seating for 41,915, and 10,000-square-foot leaderboard give it bragging rights as a must-see baseball park.
San Francisco is known for its cable cars, and the Railway Museum celebrates the city’s rich history of streetcar and the rail system. Railway artifacts, a gift shop, and enthusiastic volunteers make this museum well worth a visit.
Located 40 miles south in Santa Clara, this 68,000-seat multipurpose stadium is home to San Francisco’s professional football team and has hosted NFL championship games, collegiate championships, professional soccer, and concert events.
This internationally acclaimed collection of modern art spans seven stories and has a cafe and bookstore on site. SFMOMA’s permanent collection houses contemporary artists Calder, Matisse, and Picasso. Special exhibitions and events occur year-round.