Hotels in Tenderloin are generally more affordable than in the more exclusive districts of San Francisco. If you’re looking for a cheap Tenderloin hotel then Easytobook.com is the best place to find one. Opting for America’s Best Value Inn Extended Stay Union Square won’t make you part of a longest hotel name world record attempt, but will save you money on accommodation. This 2-star hotel has a large number of well-appointed rooms. If you prefer your Tenderloin hotel a little more upmarket, try Serrano Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel. This 3-star hotel is also suitable for business guests as it has conference space and audio-visual facilities.
Staying in a hotel in Tenderloin puts you amidst some very attractive parts of San Francisco. To the East, Civic Center is a delightful place to visit. Here you can see San Francisco City Hall first hand before wandering the gardens opposite and strolling along Fulton Street to the Heart of the City Farmer’s Market and UN Plaza. Entertainment options in this area are plentiful: Orpheum Theater borders UN Plaza, Civic Center Auditorium is just across the street, and San Francisco Opera and San Francisco Performing Arts Center are just behind the City Hall.
Another of the city’s major attractions, Union Square corners the north-eastern tip of Tenderloin. Retail therapists will delight – Union Square is the 3rd largest shopping area in the United States. A multitude of hotels surround the square, thanks to its popularity with tourists and visitors to San Francisco. The Westin St. Francis Hotel, originally built in 1904, was the first hotel to be located on Union Square and remains there to this day. You can book a room at this gorgeous 4-star hotel on Easytobook.com.
Slightly more affordable, Hotel Mark Twain, a C-Two Hotel, offers very reasonable rates closer to the Tenderloin District.
Heading south-east from Tenderloin you’ll soon reach Yerba Buena Gardens and the surrounding shopping and entertainment center. Just across 3rd Street from here is the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art – the first museum on the west coast dedicated to modern art.