Best Neighborhood to Stay in San Francisco

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San Francisco is well-known for its world-class dining and entertainment, innovative businesses and abundance of culture. It is also known for a number of diverse neighborhoods and a wide variety of hotel and lodging options that are well suited for everyone, whether you're looking for a high-end hotel, a budget motel or even just hostels!

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Where to Stay in San Francisco: SOMA

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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.

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Best Romantic Areas to Stay in San Francisco

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San Francisco from Marin Headlands
If you're planning to come to San Francisco for a romantic getaway, you're in luck. From its scenic ambiance to luxury and boutique hotels, San Francisco is the perfect place to plan a romantic trip. Here is our guide to romantic areas to stay in San Francisco and beyond.
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Best Areas to Stay in San Francisco for Fourth of July Celebrations

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If you're looking to stay in The City by the Bay for a long Fourth of July weekend, you will want to book your hotel room in advance to take advantage of great prices. Save up to 35% on San Francisco hotels with Booking.com.

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Best Areas to Stay in San Francisco for Labor Day Weekend

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Ocean Beach
If you're looking to stay in the city for Labor Day weekend festivities, you will want to book your room in advance as nearby hotels fill up quickly. If you're looking to come to San Francisco outside of the Labor Day, here are our best areas to stay in San Francisco.
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