• Downtown San Francisco Boutique Hotel
  • Shop, Dine & Stroll Union Square
  • Pet Friendly San Francisco Hotel
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Great Location and Rates
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Downtown San Francisco, California Hotel Packages & Vacation Destinations

Receive a great deal at our hotel and enjoy the best that downtown San Francisco offers, from top rated restaurants to famous sights and attractions such as Union Square, North Beach, and Chinatown.  Our downtown location is the perfect choice for vacationers, weekend visitors, and business travelers looking for an auto-free stay in San Francisco.  We’re just steps from the cable car terminus, the Metro transit stop, and the BART train station.

Cable Car in Downtown San FranSan Francisco Downtown Vacation Destinations.

Whether you’re interested in catching a play at San Francisco’s renowned ACT Theater or browsing the shops around Union Square, The Powell Hotel is the perfect lodging choice.

We offer affordable accommodations right along the cable car line, The Powell Street Promenade, and within two blocks of Union Square and the theater district.

Downtown San Francisco, CA Hotels near Chinatown.

San Francisco’s historic Chinatown is the second oldest in the country, a colorful cavalcade of ginseng and herb apothecaries, dim sum restaurants, and souvenir shops.  Enter through the Chinatown Gate at Grant Avenue, flanked by carved foo dogs, which ward off evil spirits.  A popular stop is the tiny Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory on Ross Alley, where you can watch fortune cookies being folded by hand as they come out of the oven.

San Francisco, California Lodging near North Beach.

Known as San Francisco’s Little Italy, you may smell North Beach before you see it. Numerous garlic laden Italian restaurants line Columbus Avenue at its center, and Old World bakeries selling biscotti and other Italian pastries make for a mouth-watering stroll.  Be sure to visit Caffe Trieste, a holdover from San Francisco’s beatnik era, where opera is sung on weekends and locals drink espresso and contemplate Kerouac.