Where West Coast vibe collides with the electric energy of the city.
Destination Guide San Francisco
How I See San Francisco
Get ready for the ultimate urban adventure. The 49 square miles that make up San Francisco are filled with breathtaking cityscapes and vibrant cultures from across the globe. From an innovative food scene to unexpected street art on every corner, the City by the Bay is sure to leave you amazed.
When In San Francisco, You Must
1031 Irving St
340 Seacliff Ave
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 3rd St
Know Before You Go
Living Room Bar
For now, our Living Room Bar is offering limited services. Join us between 6:30AM and 1PM daily for a cocktail, breakfast, or lunch. Grab & Go options available.
Talk Like a Local
Learn the slang from the streets.
SF is best known for The Golden Gate Bridge but when locals refer to “The Bridge,” they often times are referring to The Bay Bridge.
Sorry I’m late, there was so much traffic on the bridge.
Neighborhoods to Explore
When in San Francisco, do as San Franciscans do. Mingle with the locals, sip on Fernet and chill out at Dolores Park.
1. The Embarcadero
The city is famous for its picturesque bay-front views. Take a stroll down The Embarcadero, San Francisco’s waterfront district, and dive into some of the best seafood restaurants with outdoor dining options.
2. The Sunset
It’s not called The Sunset for nothing! Head far west to Ocean Beach at sundown for breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Hipster coffee shops, authentic Asian cuisine, and peaceful parks are also among The Sunset’s many hidden gems.
3. The Mission
Where the street-art makes a statement and the grab & go taquerias are plentiful. The Mission District is full of local flavor and attitude. Needless to say, it’s a top-pick among locals for a night-out on the town.
4. Golden Gate Park
Spanning over one thousand acres, the city’s largest park is home to some of its biggest outdoor attractions. The SF Botanical Gardens, DeYoung Museum, and Academy of Sciences are just a few we recommend checking out.
Ultimate Access to San Francisco
Live it up in San Francisco like a local.
132 The Embarcadero
Sea to table never looked so chic. The city’s most sought after seafood restaurant has finally returned to the waterfront and is now accepting reservations.
425 Mission Street
Sometimes, the best surprises are where you least expect them-- and that includes an urban park in the middle of downtown. Take the lift to level 4 at the Salesforce Transit Center and discover tranquility among skyscrapers.
The Great Highway
This once busy West Coast highway recently transformed into the city’s longest promenade. Walk along Ocean Beach or wander into the streets of The Sunset for a taste of local flavors.
37 Yerba Buena Ln
The perfect gathering place for good food and good friends. Delarosa is locally famous for their rustic Roman pizzas and anti pasti.
Either / Or
1199 E Beach
Where outdoor playtime never stops. Jog, bike, or walk along the edge of San Francisco’s bay.
524 Howard St
A former nightclub turned rooftop social scene. Join them outdoors Saturday - Sunday from 12PM - 8PM for brunch or bottle service.
1. Wind & rain resistant jacket
Anyone who’s visited San Francisco knows how crazy the constant weather changes can be. Keep warm and look cool with a lightweight jacket.
Whether you’re running to catch Muni or hiking San Francisco’s urban hills, stay fit and fashionable with a pair of sneakers.
Keep with the commuter lifestyle and bring a backpack that can hold all the essentials.
4. Wide-angle lens for your phone
Catch all 7×7 square miles of San Francisco with this must have tech accessory.
W San Francisco
Retreat to the smart style, dynamic design and cool comfort of our
downtown San Francisco Hotel.
Spotted in San Francisco
W San Francisco
Raise your glass to a New Year with 5 exclusive holiday cocktail recipes from our W bartenders around the world.
Secrets of San Francisco with Emily Holt
Emily Holt, a fashion writer, entrepreneur and owner of the new boutique Hero Shop, shares the places and things that are distinctly SF.
2416 Fillmore St
Get a taste of Spain in the heart of SF with handcrafted leather shoes at Freda Salvador.
Rocha Art Gallery
466 Brannan St
Always supporting emerging artists and creating community based program, Rocha Art stands out as a place to see and experience artwork in a truly inviting gallery setting.
1760 Polk St
Take a swig of cocktail culture at its best at 1760, where mixing drinks is an art form. Try the house gin and tonic with mint, cumin, and mezcal for a new twist on a classic.