Westin St Francis Hotel San Francisco, San Francisco, California

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This hotel in San Francisco is found at the city’s heart. Located on Union Square, the Westin St Francis Hotel San Francisco is within walking distance of such popular attractions as Chinatown, the Orpheum Theater, and more. Guests will also be able to visit the famous Fisherman’s Wharf. Those staying at the hotel will find a number of places to shop and dine in the area. The San Francisco International Airport is only 15 miles away, which is just a short drive by taxi or rental car. Visitors to the Westin St Francis Hotel San Francisco will be able to find public transportation to take them to all areas of the city. Many attractions are even within walking distance. The rooms at the Westin St Francis Hotel San Francisco include high-speed Internet, chandeliers, in-room safe, wireless phones, television, and more. The entire hotel is smoke free. The contemporary Westin St Francis Hotel San Francisco, located in a building that dates to 1904, features a health club and spa, meeting and conference facilities, a full service business center, and more. Guests at the hotel will also find two lounges in which to relax as well as three onsite restaurants.

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  1. Kristi Marcelle (verified owner)

    Classic Union Square Hotel

    The Westin St. Francis is an historic landmark hotel. It’s located in Union Square, the heart of the shopping area. There’s a hub of activity here and the location is convenient for shopping, cable cars and restaurants. While the lobby area is more modern, a walk around the hotel is like a tour through the past. Near the Oak Room you’ll see the shoe shining stalls and the architecture speaks to a time long gone. Rooms are modern and have big city views – the only downside is that the area can be a bit noisy.

    Tips for Families

    During the holidays they have a famous sugar castle on display and holiday tea in the Oak Room with a piano player which is nice but nothing over-the-top. Across the street there’s an ice skating rink.

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