Welcome to SOMA, also known as the South of Market Area. It was once a light industrial and warehouse district, as well as a high-tech hub during the dot-com boom of the 1990s. Today, it's one of the coolest neighborhoods in San Francisco. SOMA is packed with happening bars, boutique shopping, alternative culture, museums, art galleries, and tasty restaurants. It also has great parks and is conveniently located next to lots of public transportation.
Every year, thousands of families visit San Francisco to enjoy the many incredible attractions available in the majestic City by the Bay. To make it easier to decide where to stay, we've rounded up the most popular areas for families to stay.
San Francisco is filled with some of the most pet-friendly people you'll ever meet. If you're planning to bring a pet with you to San Francisco, it's important to look for a neighborhood that caters to visitors with pets. As in any major city, the pet laws here can be hit or miss, depending on the neighborhood you're staying in.
Typically, pet-friendly neighborhoods will have one or more parks nearby, where dogs (and maybe even cats) can roam. You'll also want to make sure the hotel you are staying at explicitly mentions that your pet is allowed to stay with you.
If you’re coming to the city to get your grub on, you will want to book your room in advance to save up to 30% off San Francisco hotels. If you're looking to come to San Francisco, but not for the food, here are our best areas to stay in San Francisco.
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.