Book a Business Hotel in San Francisco

Book a Business Hotel in San Francisco

Amy Van De Casteele

If you are heading to San Francisco on business in the near future and are looking for comfortable accommodation with a selection of must-have corporate services, book a business hotel in the city with and take advantage of our unbeatable discounts.

In Union Square, conveniently situated in the heart of the city, the Grand Hyatt San Francisco Hotel provides 4 star accommodation and a range of business amenities, including computer rental, translation, secretarial services and currency exchange. Also in the Square, Parc 55 Wyndham San Francisco Union Square is another charming 4 star hotel which caters both to tourists and corporate guests; its business facilities include meeting rooms and secretarial services. You can also opt for a room at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Hotel, which is located South of Market and is home to a selection of business and leisure facilities.

While visiting the city on business may not allow you much time for sightseeing, it’s still worth your while to try and devote a portion of your trip to experience San Francisco’s vibrant urban culture and its unique architectural attractions. A visit to the city wouldn’t be complete without taking in the spectacle of the Golden Gate Bridge and the notorious former prison located on Alcatraz Island.

Picturesque Union Square is another popular spot, full of trendy boutiques, cafés, art galleries and gift shops, and is also interesting from a historical standpoint as it was a hub for Union Army supporters who held rallies there during the American Civil War.

Just a stone’s throw away from Union Square you will also find the city’s colourful Chinatown, which is one of San Francisco’s most popular tourist attractions, known all over the world for its deeply atmospheric sense of history and vibrant culture. From tea houses to temples and ornate pagodas, Chinatown instantly transports you to Asia as soon as you walk through the dragon gate on Grant Avenue.

After a day of business meetings, conferences and some sightseeing you are sure to have worked up an appetite for dinner. For deliciously light and fresh Mediterranean-style cuisine head to Insalata’s in San Anselmo, but for delicious, authentic Asian dishes at very reasonable prices try Chino on 16th Street, and accompany your meal with one of bar manager Danny Louie’s inventive cocktails.

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