If you’re looking for a hotel in San Francisco’s Financial District, be aware that hotels here are generally more expensive than those beyond the Downtown and main tourist areas. Financial District is the location of the Transamerica Pyramid and is home to many multinational headquarters. One of the top four financial centers in the United States, San Francisco’s Financial District is the central business district for the city, and is located very close to Chinatown. The area is also close to Union Square and Nob Hill. Many high-quality hotels can be found in the near surroundings.
One of San Francisco’s most famous hotels, the five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel San Francisco stands on the edge of the Financial District, offering splendid views of the nearby Transamerica Pyramid. If you’re looking for four-star hotels in San Francisco’s Financial District you have a wonderful choice. Hyatt Regency, Omni San Francisco Hotel and Hilton San Francisco Downtown / Financial District can all be found in this neighbourhood. You’ll be richly spoiled staying at one of these magnificent hotels.
Many visitors looking for hotels in Financial District are travelling to San Francisco on business. Besides the higher star hotels, you can also get great service and quality at other Financial District hotels. For example, Club Quarters in San Francisco and Galleria Park Hotel, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel, are both 3-star hotels with a great range of amenities. You’ll find conference spaces and business facilities including audio-visual equipment provision in both of these properties.
If you’re travelling to the Financial District for business reasons, be sure to save some time for sightseeing. From here you can wander up to North Beach and walk or catch a cable car up Nob Hill to look at the mansions. You can explore Chinatown on foot, walk to Union Square for some shopping, catch a show at the nearby Theater District, or visit the beach for some sun. Staying in the Financial District puts you close to the 25 yard swimming pool next to the port. You can catch a ferry to Angel Island and enjoy views of the Bay Bridge. You’re also in a great position to see 555 California Street, which was San Francisco’s tallest building when it opened in 1969.