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The Cable Car Hotel is located in heart of San Francisco. This day booking hotel first opened in 1907 and for the last 35 years has been a family operated establishment. There are many modern amenities that make this day use hotel convenient for every traveler. Each room is outfitted with free WiFi, a work desk, a flat-screen TV, a microwave, and a compact fridge. Onsite laundry facilities and vending machines are available around the clock. And they’ve got your back: 24 hour surveillance cameras helps keep guests feeling safe and secure. One of the best aspects of staying at this half day hotel is meeting the owner, Jean Claude. The San Francisco insider can’t wait to share some of the area’s lesser known hot spots with their guests. Since the daystay hotel is right in the middle of the action, guests won’t have far to go to have an authentic San Francisco experience!
The relax hotel is just minutes from all of San Francisco’s most famous attractions. Guests can fuel up quickly too because there’s a Trader Joe’s right across the street. All of San Francisco is ready to be explored: Lombard Street to the Fisherman’s Wharf are just outside their door.
Lombard Street – Regarded as “the most crooked street in the world,” it includes eight hairpin turns and is usually filled with fragrant floral blooms from the manicured gardens that line the street. The Powell-Hyde cable car makes a stop up the block and it’s the perfect way to start a San Francisco half day stay.
Chinatown – The largest Chinatown outside of Asia, this is the place to find delicious cuisine and amazing shopping opportunities. Plus the Chinese Historical Center is in the middle of it all, offering a glimpse into the rich cultural history of the area and its people.
Fisherman’s Wharf – No daycation to San Francisco is complete without a visit to this northern waterfront attraction. It has been the home base for the area’s fishing fleet since the 1800s and remains so to this day. In addition to offering the freshest seafood cuisine in the world, the piers and walkways afford stunning views, and bring San Francisco’s famous sea animals up close and personal. There are plenty of perfect photo ops to pose with a sea lion, pelican or, hopefully off in the distance, a whale!
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Multilingual staff – Customer service in English, French and Spanish helps folks from all over the world enjoy their half day stay.
Parking – There’s a privately run parking garage just steps from the hotel.Complimentary toiletries – Forgot your shampoo? No problem, this hotel by day has you covered.