AC Hotel By Marriott SFO/Oyster Point Waterfront, South San Francisco
Make your day hotel stay enjoyable and comfortable by booking your day stay at AC Hotel By Marriott SFO/Oyster Point Waterfront, South San Francisco
Holiday Inn Express San Francisco - Airport North, San Francisco
Make your day hotel stay enjoyable and comfortable by booking your day stay at Holiday Inn Express San Francisco - Airport North, San Francisco
If you’re exploring day use rooms in San Francisco and looking for the best way to absorb the magical city by the bay — look no further. We’ve got you covered.
San Francisco Day Room Pairings
Food and Drink Aplenty- San Francisco is one of the top cities in the world for food enthusiasts. Have a bowl of clam chowder on the water at Fisherman’s Wharf, grab a slice at Tony’s Pizza in North Beach (whose streets ooze rustic Italian charm), indulge in a bowl of warm dim sum in Chinatown or a fancy dinner at the famous Gary Danko.
The Art of Architecture - From strolling through the breathtaking Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District and enjoying a leisurely bike ride along the Golden Gate Bridge to traversing neighborhoods of rolling hills and ornate Victorian homes, a San Francisco day hotel serves as the perfect jump-off point for the artistic architect.
Lose Yourself in Museums- From a day spent marveling at geology and diving into the coral reefs at the Academy of Science, to wandering through the art collection at the internationally renowned MOMA, to touring the Walt Disney Family Museum —educational resources for museum and art lovers abound in the city.
Take Me Out (to the Ball Game) - San Francisco may be a haven for artists, intellects, and progressive thinkers — but it’s also home to some wildly enthusiastic sports lovers. And for good reason. The San Francisco Giants have won three World Series titles (between 2010-2014) and six National League pennants. When it comes to basketball, the Golden State Warriors are in the midst of a dynasty, appearing in four straight NBA championships and winning three of them.
7 Reasons People Leave Their Hearts in San Francisco
Buena Vista Cafe in Fisherman’s Wharf popularized Irish coffee in the U.S.
Infamous criminal Al Capone spent 4 1/2 years on Alcatraz, during that time giving regular Sunday concerts with the Rock Islanders (his band) of which he played the banjo.
The SF sports stadium Candlestick Park is where the Beatles gave their last full concert — on August 29th, 1966.
The Musée Mécanique in Fisherman’s Wharf is home to one of the world’s largest collections of privately owned coin-operated mechanical musical instruments and antique arcade machines (in original working condition).
The Chinese fortune cookie was invented by a Japanese San Francisco resident.
San Francisco has the oldest Chinatown in North America, and the densely populated half-mile-long-by-half-mile-wide area is the largest Chinese community outside of Asia.
San Francisco, although bursting at the seams with culture, food, attractions, and people, is just seven miles long by seven miles wide.