If you're looking for a quick getaway to San Francisco, we have some hotel options for you and your loved one.
AAA Arizona says the fall season is the perfect time to head to the Bay Area.
For a memorable time, here are their hotel options:
The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square, a AAA Four Diamond resort, is the only hotel located on San Francisco’s famous Union Square, just steps aware from first-class shopping, world-renowned dining, award-winning theater and a bustling arts district. Known as the "Grand Dame" of Union Square, The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square opened in 1904, and has been a symbol of elegance for San Francisco for more than a century. Rooms are available from $235 per night.
The AAA Three Diamond Holiday Inn Fisherman's Wharf offers an exceptional hotel value in a world-famous San Francisco location. The Holiday Inn is within walking distance of many of the exciting San Francisco attractions: Pier 39, Alcatraz ferry, bay ferry piers along the Embarcadero, and Ghirardelli Square. Rooms are available from $114 per night.
A glamorous boutique hotel, the Hotel Monaco, a AAA Four Diamond property, is located just blocks from Union Square, Moscone Convention Center, the downtown Financial District, and the Theatre District. Rooms are available from $221 per night.
Visit AAA.com/travel for more information or to book.
*Price is based on double occupancy for select travel dates. Prices are subject to change, availability and prior sale. Other conditions and restrictions may apply.
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