Monday, January 13, 2014

The Resorts of San Francisco - The Best of the Bay!

San Francisco needs no introduction - it's a city steeped in American history and renowned for everything from shopping to sightseeing to dining and entertainment. Surely, if you're seeking a vacation that will keep on you on toes and offer a little bit of everything, San Francisco should be at the top of your list. Of course, don't even think about staying at a run-of-the-mill hotel when San Francisco has so many stunning resort options to offer. Let us show you some of the most unique and exciting resorts to experience the City by the Bay...

Nob Hill Inn

The living area of a Nob Hill Inn suite.
San Francisco's Nob Hill Inn caries with it a long legacy of luxury and extravagance. Once home to wealthy railroad tycoons and successful gold miners, the Nob Hill Inn has retained its ambiance through the ages. The resort's history is part of the allure, but the Nob Hill Inn is also ideally located. Situated in San Francisco's upscale Nob Hill District, guests have access to some of San Francisco's premier must-see's and must-do's.

If there's one word to describe Nob Hill Inn, it's most assuredly elegant. Rooms evoke the charm of an upscale, turn-of-the-century townhouse and are furnished with touches such as claw-foot bathtubs,  armoires inlaid with exotic woods, hand-carved chairs and tables as well as tile-faced fireplaces. The Nob Hill Inn also boasts rooms to fit any group, from the intimate Gramercy room that sleeps two to the sprawling Huntington two-bedroom suit that's fit for up to six guests. 

While Nob Hill might not ring a bell to visitors unfamiliar with San Francisco, the district offers some of the city's more artistic and educational attractions. The Nob Hill Theater is a huge draw, as is the Cable Car Museum and Huntington Park - home of numerous art shows. Staying at Nob Hill Inn puts you right within walking distance of some of these experiences. Oh, and let's not forget Nob Hill's unique and  breathtaking view of San Francisco Bay from one of those infamous cable cars...

Wyndham Canterbury at San Francisco

Before being taken under Wyndham's wing, the Wyndham Canterbury was once the Canterbury Hotel & Whitehall Inn and was one of the most prominent fixtures in San Francisco for more than seventy years. Since, it's undergone renovations and upgrades to offer guests an unparalleled experience while still keeping in step with its 1930's-style charm. The Wyndham Canterbury is also ideally located - just mere steps away from Union Square. 

A bedroom unit at Wyndham Canterbury.
The Wyndham Canterbury offers one and two bedroom units that combine classic charm with modern style. While the furniture and patterning evokes memories of the resort's original history, rooms are updated with bold, modern colors and clean lines to create a look that's both sleek and tasteful - and 100% Californian. The Wyndham Canterbury doesn't fall short in amenities either; the property boasts a fitness center, game room, concierge and an on-site restaurant.

Tucked away in the heart of San Francisco, the Wyndham Canterbury offers unparalleled access to all the city's best attractions. Union Square's famed shopping and dining opportunity's are all within walking distance and the centralized location gives you the very best access to wherever you want to be.


The Suites at Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman's Wharf is one of the prime draws for anyone seeking to experience San Francisco to its fullest. What once started as a humble fish market has become one of the premier tourist destinations in the area. The Suites at Fisherman's Wharf are just steps away from the Wharf and are the undisputed choice when you want the very best access to the fun in the area.

A bedroom unit at The Suites At Fisherman's Wharf.
The Suites at Fisherman's Wharf offers one and two bedroom suites with a modern and beachy vibe befitting their waterfront namesake. Bright colors mixed with contemporary patterns lend an energy to the suite that evokes the unique spirit of San Francisco. Each suite is also loaded with all the amenities needed to make your unit feel like a home away from home - dining areas, full kitchens, balconies, flat-screen televisions and complimentary WiFi access all serve to make your stay as comfortable as can be. 

A stay at The Suites at Fisherman's Wharf makes travel easy - the Hyde Street cable car stop is right outside the resort's front door. Of course, that's providing you're not already occupied at Fisherman's Wharf. The Wharf calls itself home to a wide number of eclectic attractions from The Cannery, Pier 39, Ghirardelli Square, the Maritime National Historical Park, the Aquarium of the Bay and a Ripley's Believe It or Not museum. With such a diverse selection of nearby excitement, The Suites at Fisherman's Wharf is a fantastic choice for your San Francisco getaway.


San Francisco is a city of boundless opportunities, and there's always something new to experience. There's no doubt it can be tough to cram so much to do into the span of a week (or less!). Check out our Pinterest board below for some of the best attractions in San Francisco that you wouldn't dream off missing out on!



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