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San Francisco's hotel options come in all shapes and sizes. Some are quirky, others are lavish. The point is this, though: there's something for everything.
If you’re looking to explore the City by the Bay after hours, whether it be for cocktails, beer, dancing or all of the above, head to one or all of these San Francisco neighborhoods.
Just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you can’t visit museums, enjoy breathtaking views, see local landmarks or get lodging in a great location in San Francisco.

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San Francisco is known for its proximity to Napa Valley, one of the premier wine destinations in the world. Fortunately for wine lovers, San Francisco has a number of hotels that are well-suited for them. Here are 15 of the best places to stay for wine lovers, according to Booking.com users.

San Francisco is a city of spectacle. From the scenic vistas of the bay to the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco never ceases to amaze both residents and visitors alike. For those looking to visit the City by the Bay, there are hundreds of excellent hotels to choose from. For those who want a cozier place to lay their head at night, there are a few boutique hotels that truly stand out.