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The San Francisco Guide

A truly unique California experience, San Francisco is the gateway to all the wonders of the Northwest

From the moment your wheels touch ground, you are in the heart of the beauty that is Northern California, the Bay Area. San Francisco offers a range of diversity in food, culture and entertainment that is world class. We suggest spending a few days exploring the city and reserve some time to venture out to Sausalito, Sonoma and Napa.

Where to Stay

Hotel Fairmont 
World-renowned, Fairmont San Francisco hotel presents an awe-inspiring picture of historic San Francisco. The grandeur of the hotel coupled with its reputation for impeccable service promises a truly memorable experience. View on Google.

San Francisco Proper 
Located in a historic flatiron building in the heart of Market Street, San Francisco Proper Hotel offers a unique urban hotel experience. Each noise-proof room is unique both in amenities and view. View on Google.

The Inn San Francisco 
This is an authentic historic San Francisco experience at an award-winning Victorian mansion. Equipped with on-site hot tub, gardens and a private sundeck, you get prime location and resort comfort. View on Google.

Where to Eat

Minimalist SoMa spot featuring innovative American cuisine and renowned tasting menu, this is a perfect place for a meal worthy of sharing. View on Google.

Liholiho Yacht Club 
A local favorite, the Yacht Club is a buzzy, casual eatery offering Hawaiian, Indian & Chinese dishes in a vintage brick-walled space. View on Google.

La Ciccia 
Tiny, yet intimate, this rustic favorite is known for serving a wide menu from homemade spaghetti, octopus stew and other Sardinian eats plus an expertly curated wine list. View on Google.

Where to Shop

No Shop
San Francisco style is captured with one-off finds in this vintage shop with an offbeat vibe carrying clothing, jewelry & accessories for men & women. View on Google.

Hero Shop
Only steps from the iconic Van Ed’s street cars, this trendy boutique offers a curated selection of women’s clothing, shoes, jewelry, home decor & more. View on Google.

1000 Van Ness
This 8-story shopping landmark offers a variety of retail shops, restaurants & a multiplex theater with immediate access to street car rides and iconic local destinations. View on Google.

Best Place to Watch The Sunset

Baker Beach
This is THE park providing all the view-back shots you love on Instagram. Baker Beach is a public beach located on the peninsula of San Francisco. The beach lies on the shore of the Pacific Ocean in the northwest of the city and is the perfect landing spot to catch the last light of the day radiating on the Pacific waves with your sweetie. View on Google.

Perfect Picnic Spot

Marina Green
Steps away from the historic Ward District and Ghiridelli Chocolate, the Marina Green in San Francisco, California, is a 74-acre expanse of grass between Fort Mason and the Presidio. It is adjacent to San Francisco Bay, and this location provides good views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island, Alcatraz Island, and parts of Marin County. View on Google.

Date Night Idea

Bourbon & Branch
No sign needed for this local speakeasy. Reservations are required at this swanky, dimly lit unmarked bar known for handcrafted cocktails, loungy vibes and intimate seating. It’s a flawless place to snuggle up and get cozy, cocktail in hand, with your sweetheart! View on Google.

Places to get lost in

A beautiful drive just across the Golden Gate, Sausalito is a small walkable bayside town looking back on San Francisco. It’s known for its Richardson Bay houseboat enclaves, built by artist squatters after WWII. This a place to allot some time to just stroll with your love and let the day come to you. View on Google.

Hidden Romantic Spot

Conservatory of Flowers
Right in the heart of San Francisco, nestled in Golden Gate Park, the Conservatory of Flowers is a greenhouse and botanical garden that houses a collection of rare and exotic plants unique to San Francisco. With construction having been completed in 1879, it is the oldest building in the park. View on Google.

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