San Francisco Travel Offers Summer of Love Hotel Packages

San Francisco’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love – the 1967 counterculture phenomenon that drew nearly 100,000 young people to the city’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood – is again convincing people to come to San Francisco and put some flowers in their hair.

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The Palace Hotel

The Palace Hotel

A historic icon since 1875, in 1967 the Palace stood tall in the heart of San Francisco witnessing the social revolution happening around the city. So why celebrate anywhere else? Our Summer of Love package includes a one-night stay in luxury accommodations, a welcome cocktail for two in the Pied Piper, and complimentary Wi-Fi/HSIA in your room. As you pass through the Palace doors you’ll be greeted by retro bouquets of flowers inspired by the colorful culture of the 60s. Be sure to visit our Les Clefs d’Or Concierges who are available to assist with your Summer of Love adventure.

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Best Areas to Stay in San Francisco for the Summer of Love

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Golden Gate Bridge with San Francisco skyline

If you're planning to come to San Francisco in 2017 for the citywide celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, you're in for a groovy experience. There will be plenty of things to see and do during your stay. You will also want to book your hotel room in advance as hotels fill up quickly.

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San Francisco Travel Launches “SFMeetCulture”

San Francisco Travel has launched a new initiative called SFMeetCulture, designed to connect meeting planners more easily with San Francisco’s most historically significant art and culture venues.

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Where to Stay in San Francisco: Mission District

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San Francisco is a network of different neighborhoods. In a city so large that the weather can vary depending on where you are, there is always something to see and do. Change happens quickly as the various neighborhoods attract new residents and visitors, and each one offers an entirely unique flair. The Mission District is no exception.

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