Who wouldn't want to visit San Francisco?
Who wouldn't want to visit San Francisco? The “City” as locals call it, features attractions like no other.
Located in the heart of the city’s fashionable shopping and entertainment district, Hilton Parc 55 San Francisco is a vibrant yet relaxed boutique-like business hotel with an informal and comfortable energy. The hotel features 1,024 guestrooms and 54 suites with quintessential city views and is walking distance to Union Square’s world-class shopping and dining attractions, Moscone Convention Center, Westfield Mall, Mid-Market’s thriving development of new tech businesses and culture as well as only-in-San Francisco jazz clubs, speakeasies, live theatre and more.
The hotel offers an array of food and beverage outlets. These include Cable 55, with classic American dishes and an unparalleled collection of local craft brews; Kin Khao with delicious Thai cuisine; Barbary Coast, a funky, colorful coffee shop; The Lobby Bar, a popular networking and meeting place with the energy of a modern town square; Cityscape a quintessential San Francisco lounge with 360-degree views of the City and the Golden Gate Bridge; Herb N’ Kitchen with ‘grab and go’ choices; Urban Tavern, a casual but contemporary tavern; and finally Poached, a breakfast venue with an internationally-inspired buffet. www.parc55hotel.com
Explore San Francisco’s famous landmarks on a Big Bus Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Tour. Sit back and enjoy the ride as you cruise through the city on an open-top bus and learn about San Francisco's unique history. You have the choice of a personal recorded commentary, or an entertaining live commentary. This unique city tour has 20 stops for guest to hop-on or hop-off the bus to visit attractions and points of interest. www.Bigbustours.com
ACSailingSF lets you experience the Bay. It's a unique opportunity to participate in the sailing of an International America’s Cup Class yacht with a thrilling two hour adventure on San Francisco Bay. www.acsailingsf.com
San Francisco boasts some of the most impressive museums around. These include the Museum of Modern Art, the Asian Art Museum, De Young Museum, the Chinese Historical Society of America, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, Walt Disney Family Museum, San Francisco Botanical Garden and more!
Combine a Madame Tussauds visit with the San Francisco Dungeon! Both attractions are located next door to each other at Fisherman's Wharf. Visit the A-Lister wax figures including Peter Dinklage, , Morgan Freeman, and Neil Patrick Harris among many others. The Dungeon lets you experience San Francisco's dark past in an immersive actor led attraction. www.madametussauds.com/san-francisco
Take a unique tour of the city on the Electric Tour Company Segway Tours. Soaring views, exhilarating hills, famous sights—what more could you ask for? You’ll glide through the Waterfront, climb hills, learn the history of Little Italy, explore Chinatown, and see the hidden sights of Golden Gate Park. www.electrictourcompany.com
Don’t miss Wheel Fun Bike Rentals, a unique way to see the Golden Gate Bridge and explore! Learn the history of the area and the infamous bridge with a GPS-Guided Audio tour. Choose from a variety of bikes including electric bikes, city bikes, road bikes, mountain bikes, tandem bikes, kids attachments and more! https://wheelfunrentals.com/ca/san-francisco/fishermans-wharf-pier-43/
See San Francisco like a local with Extranomical Tours. This tour takes you where the big buses can't go! Ask questions and hear stories from knowledgable guides, and see famous sights, such as Ocean Beach, Golden Gate Park, Twin Peaks, and Haight Ashbury. www.extranomical.com
Eat your way through Little Italy with the Local Tastes of the City Tours. Enjoy coffee drinks, teas, Italian sodas, focaccia sandwiches, cannoli, deli delights at Molinari delicatessen. Plus, see how chocolates are made. www.sffoodtour.com
See San Francisco with a paranormal slant on the Ghost Hunt Walking Tours. These tours share the spooky stories and rich history of San Francisco with humor and entertainment. www.sfghosthunt.com
At the Speakeasy in San Francisco, the entire space is the stage. From the moment you step down the dark stairwell, it’s as if you’re walking through a time portal into a different world. You’re not simply sitting in a seat watching things happen, you’re a visitor (and sometimes even a participant) in a parallel universe. www.thespeakeasysf.com Have a wonderful time in San Francisco!