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Financial District - Ferry Building Hotels

The area between San Francisco’s central Financial District and the grand, 19th century Ferry Building is awash with glitzy skyscrapers, plush wine and cocktail bars, and stylish al fresco restaurants serving up locally-sourced Cal-cuisine dishes. Surrounding the Financial District - Ferry Building area, San Francisco’s buzzing Downtown sings with upscale department stores, Art Deco and Beaux-Arts architecture, and a mix of art and heritage museums.

Things to see

Begin your San Francisco morning by visiting the Ferry Building itself, a huge blue-grey Beaux-Arts ferry terminal built in 1898, and crowned by a looming 245 foot-tall clock tower. Inside, you’ll discover a sprawling old-fashioned market place dotted with cafes and bakeries. Three times a week, a farmer’s market takes place outside the Ferry Building, selling everything from fresh Californian tomatoes to fine cheeses. Later, shoppers should visit the Financial District’s adjoining Union Square, a public plaza - speared by a Corinthian column - surrounded by flashy department stores, like Macy’s and Saks. After, amble through the adjacent Chinatown neighbourhood - a labyrinth-like paper lantern-lit mini metropolis of authentic Chinese restaurants - and exit at Telegraph Hill. Here, discover Coit Tower, a huge 210 foot-tall Art Deco marvel decorated with bright wall murals. Finish your day with a trip to San Fran’s 1.7 mile-long flame-orange Golden Gate Bridge, which stretches above the glimmering Golden Gate strait.

Hotels in Financial District - Ferry Building

There are few 2 star hotels near the Financial District - Ferry Building, perfect for city explorers travelling on a tight budget. Here, you’ll enjoy basic ensuite rooms with free WiFi and convenient 24 hour front desks. The 3 star hotels near the Financial District - Ferry Building, meanwhile, boast handy 24 hour business centres, relaxed in-house restaurants, and fitness facilities - a perfect way for active-types to fit in a quick workout. Experience accommodation heaven in one of the 4 star hotels near the Financial District - Ferry Building, which offer valet parking, late night bar lounges, and indulgent full service spas.

Where to stay

Business travellers will love the top-shopping, upper-end restaurants, and sleek metropolitan look of the Financial District - Ferry Building area. This area also offers easy access to San Francisco International Airport via the BART rapid rail train - handy for late night or early morning flights. If you’re looking to experience San Fran’s infamously bohemian counter-cultural atmosphere, either stay in the Tenderloin or Haight areas - next to Downtown - where pop-up contemporary art galleries, vintage stores, and gritty dive bars abound. Families, meanwhile, might want to stay in the bayside Fisherman’s Wharf area, with its wealth of seafood restaurants and retro pier amusements.

How to get to Financial District - Ferry Building

San Francisco International Airport, based just 13 miles south of the Financial District - Ferry Building area, serves year-round direct flights from top European cities like Amsterdam, Paris, and London. If your hotel doesn’t provide airport pick-up service, jump in a taxi from any of the terminals and relax during the 25 minute drive to the Financial District - Ferry Building. Alternatively, hop on the frequent BART rapid rail train, and ride it for 30 minutes to Embarcadero Station, in the heart of the Financial District. To explore the rest of the city, utilise the extensive metro subway lines, bus network, and above ground cable cars.

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