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San Francisco, CA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 190
Total Sleeping Rooms 31,711
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,921
Committable Meeting Rooms* 107
Convention Center Space 1,479,988 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 745,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 442,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $276
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $74
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $244
*Maximum for a single hotel

San Francisco, CA Things to Do and Attractions

Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

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One of the largest of its kind in the Western world, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco takes visitors through 6,000 years of Asian art and culture. The museum's collection of 17,000 pieces focuses on three major themes: the development of

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Cable Car Museum of San Francisco

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The Cable Car Museum of San Francisco celebrates the city's famous cable car system, from its inventor to its builders to the ongoing efforts to save and rebuild it. Located in the Washington-Mason powerhouse and car barn in the Nob Hill

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Coit Tower

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An iconic symbol of San Francisco, the 210-foot-tall Coit Tower sits atop Telegraph Hill on the eastern side of the city. Built in 1933 at the bequest of Lillit Hitchcock Coit to beautify the city she loved, Coit Tower is known for its 360-degree,

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de Young Museum

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Situated in San Francisco's sprawling Golden Gate Park, the striking de Young Museum is a mecca of American, African, Oceanic, American Indian, New Guinea, Maori and Filipino art. The museum's collections include the largest group of Teotihuacan wall

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Lombard Street

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Always a tourist favorite, San Francisco's Lombard Street is home to one of the most crooked streets in America. The brick-lined street is notably famous for its one-block section of eight tight hairpin turns on a 40-degree slope between Hyde and

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Alcatraz Cruises

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Former home of some of America's most notorious criminals, including Al Capone and Robert Stroud, Alcatraz Island was the site of a virtually escape-proof prison from 1934 to 1963. First opened to the public in 1973, Alcatraz today attracts more than

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Bix

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The lone neon sign and simple brick faade belie the unmistakably elegant interior of this Jackson Square establishment. Inside, guests are met with a soaring space noted by mahogany paneling, lush banquettes and distinguished artwork, including the

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Bourbon & Branch

Located in San Francisco's renowned Clift Hotel, the Redwood Room was recently restored to blend elements of its historic charm with modern amenities. The original redwood paneling and bar, allegedly carved from a single redwood tree, remain among

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Chinatown

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The largest of its kind outside of Asia and the oldest in North America, San Francisco's Chinatown is one of the city's most popular attractions. The dramatic Dragon's Gate at Grant Avenue and Bush Street welcomes visitors to this 24-block

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Fisherman's Wharf

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Regarded as San Francisco's most popular destination, Fisherman's Wharf is known for its delicious seafood, breathtaking views of the bay and unique shopping outlets. The district was once home to a fleet of more than 400 working boats, bringing in

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Local Tastes of the City Tours

The award-winning Local Tastes of the City Tours takes guests on an exploration of San Francisco's culinary delights. Dedicated to uncovering the soul of each neighborhood, Local Tastes of the City offers a daytime North Beach/Little Italy Tour,

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The Redwood Room

Located in San Francisco's renowned Clift Hotel, the Redwood Room was recently restored to blend elements of its historic charm with modern amenities. The original redwood paneling and bar, allegedly carved from a single redwood tree, remain among

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Acquerello

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Located in San Francisco's upscale Russian Hill neighborhood, the elegant Acquerello specializes in contemporary Italian fare. Housed in a former chapel, Acquerello's interior features a vaulted beamed ceiling, warm Mediterranean colors, and brass

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Boulevard

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Pioneered by well-known Chef Nancy Oakes, Boulevard specializes in flavorful American regional cuisine. Located in the historic 1889 Audiffred Building, one of the few structures spared by the city's 1906 earthquake, Boulevard is right at the heart

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Fleur de Lys

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A San Francisco institution, Fleur de Lys serves award-winning classic French fare crafted by world-renowned Chef Hubert Keller. Considered one of the most romantic dining locales in the city, Fleur de Lys is dressed in opulent deep reds and golds,

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Masa's Restaurant

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Masa's chocolate brown walls, signature vases full of roses, and cranberry silk lampshades create the perfect backdrop to enjoy its California French cuisine. Located on the border of the Nob Hill and Union Square neighborhoods, Masa's prides itself

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Oola Restaurant & Bar

An American bistro specializing in San Francisco cuisine, Oola Restaurant & Bar is a chic dining spot in the city's SoMa neighborhood. Amongst a sleek dcor of brick walls, gossamer fabric panels and a metallic wallpapered ceiling, guests are

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Aquarium of the Bay

The only nature center in San Francisco focusing on local bay marine animals, the Aquarium of the Bay offers the closest view of the San Francisco Bay aquatic life possible without getting wet. The 65,000-square-foot aquarium features 300 feet of

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Exploratorium

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San Francisco's Exploratorium is an exciting, hands-on museum dedicated to science, art and human perception. Founded in 1969 by noted physicist and educator Dr. Frank Oppenheimer, the Exploratorium is designed to spark curiosity, regardless of age

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San Francisco Zoo

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Nothing short of an urban oasis, the San Francisco Zoo is the largest and oldest zoo in Northern California. The zoo is home to more than 250 species of animals, many of which are endangered, as well as a children's petting zoo, the historic Dentzer

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Golden Gate Bridge

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An internationally-recognized symbol of San Francisco and California, the Golden Gate Bridge spans the San Francisco Bay to connect the city of San Francisco to Marin County. Completed in 1937, this architectural wonder consists of 80,000 miles of

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Golden Gate Park

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Larger than New York City's Central Park, the 1,017-acre Golden Gate Park is full of recreational activities, natural beauty and botanical displays and even a bison paddock. Visitors can take part in such activities as tennis, archery and

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