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San Fran Hotels

My husband and I are thinking about heading to San Fran for a long weekend in early March. Looking for hotel suggestions. We like hotels that are centrally located, within walking distant to major sites. I found a good deal for the Omni San Francisco Hotel, any feedback? TIA! 

Re: San Fran Hotels

  • Unless there are particular amenities you want, I've used Priceline for a SF hotel with good enough results. I think we did Union Square East, but do some research on the zones.
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  • We stayed at the Westin St. Francis in Union Square last summer and really enjoyed it. Our room was nice and roomy, quiet and we didn't even hear the noise from the street. The glass elevator was great too.

    Being in Union Square is convenient to many things--lots of restaurants nearby and great shopping within walking distance. There is also a cable car stop right outside the hotel that we used to get lots of places, and at any point in time, about ten cabs are lined up out front. Starwood Hotels many times have deals or specials online, so I would check the Westin website to see if you can get a deal. For us, we got our 4th night free when paying for three nights.

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  • We stayed at Kabuki Hotel last April, and were happy with amenities and the quiet feel of Japantown. It's not exactly in the middle of things, but it's convenient with the buses, and the cable car (california line) is close. A massage at the nearby Kabuki spa was great, too! :)

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