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How to Stay Fit on Your Next San Francisco Trip

Whether at your hotel or around town, you can continue your health and wellness routine in San Francisco.

Call us fitness freaks, health nuts, or gym bunnies, but staying healthy is essential to San Franciscans. Stay at these fitness-focused hotels or head outside and make San Francisco your gym. Staying fit on your next visit to San Francisco couldn't be easier.  

Fitness-Focused Hotels

Style and Substance

W San Francisco

181 3rd Street

Workout in style at W San Francisco in the SoMa neighborhood. The hotel's distinctive high design continues into FIT®, their 1,875-square-foot, energy-charged fitness facility. The space is centered around a seating area and a self-service bar beneath an expansive glass ceiling. Get into workout mode with color-changing light fixtures, vibrant murals, and pulsating tunes. Who says gyms need to look boring? 

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Brand New

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Downtown SoMa

5 Embarcadero Ctr.

This brand-new hotel has one of the largest hotel gyms in San Francisco. The 3,200-square-foot Fitness Studio includes treadmills, Peloton® bikes, a TRX Pro Suspension Trainer, and Concept2 equipment. The Fitness Studio is open 24 hours, so work out on your schedule, not theirs.

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Private Gym

Parc 55 - A Hilton Hotel

55 Cyril Magnin St.

If fitness is life, this Parc 55 - A Hilton Hotel is for you. Their 55Fitness facility has floor-to-ceiling windows and all the workout equipment you need. Take it up a notch and book one of their fitness rooms to have your own private gym. These rooms come complete with yoga, cycling, TRX suspension training, strength conditioning, therapeutic stretching, and High-Intensity Interval Training. The digital touchscreen guides you through equipment tutorials and exclusive Hilton workout content from world-class trainers. These rooms are even located on higher floors providing iconic SF views. 

  • Don't forget, when staying at Parc 55, you also gain access to the gym & pool at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square across the street. Access using your Parc 55 room key! 
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5-Star Amenities

Hotel Nikko

222 Mason St.

The Hotel Nikko hosts an expansive 10,000-square-foot health club with every amenity possible. Start your workout in their bright, airy facility with strength training and cardio equipment. Post-workout, walk through the glass-enclosed walkway to their indoor pool with soaring glass ceilings, keeping it warm on foggy San Francisco days. In addition, hotel guests have access to their locker room facility, complete with a sauna to help relax after a long day exploring San Francisco.



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Gorgeous Pool

The Palace Hotel

2 New Montgomery St.

This iconic San Francisco hotel is known for many things, including High Tea at the Garden Court Restaurant. But did you know their glass-enclosed pool comes with views of San Francisco? Enjoy the warmth of the heated pool, or relax on a lounge chair while being enveloped by the skyscrapers around you. Their large fitness center, with strength and cardio equipment, is directly connected to the pool. Exercise luxuriously at this landmark hotel in the heart of downtown San Francisco.

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San Francisco Is Your Gym

Discover numerous running paths, outdoor workout stations, and hundreds of miles of bike lanes. Try a quick jog along the Embarcadero or maybe a scenic bike ride across the Golden Gate Bridge.

Marina Fitness Court

180 Marina Blvd

Get out of downtown and catch some rays at The Fitness Court® in the Marina District. This multi-purpose workout zone is designed to provide a full-body workout in just seven minutes. Rotate through all seven zones for a circuit training workout that will have you full of energy. Complete your workout with a light jog down to Marina Green with views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Running Routes

No matter where you stay, San Francisco has dozens of scenic locations to run, jog, or take a brisk stroll.

The Embarcadero

  • Start at the Ferry Building and run along the water to PIER 39 or Oracle Park.

Golden Gate Park

  • Run along the Golden Mile, a stretch of JFK Drive, now permanently car-free. 
  • Immerse yourself fully in nature and jog on the numerous trails that meander through the park.

Marina Green

  • Run along Marina Green, once a wartime airstrip turned public park with striking Golden Gate Bridge views.



Aaron Danzig
Aaron Danzig

Aaron is the Manager of Digital & Social Media Marketing at San Francisco Travel. He has lived in San Francisco for over 9 years and has worked in Travel & Tourism for over 7 of those. He is usually exploring the Bay Area hunting for that new and unique experience and good food too!