The Fairmont San Francisco is located in the only spot in San Francisco where each of the cable car lines meet. Riding on the only moving historic landmark is a great way to see the sights. After your San Francisco sightseeing tour, be sure to visit the Cable Car Museum right around the corner from hotel.
Golden Gate Bridge
Easily one of the most famous landmarks in San Francisco - you may enjoy a view of this beautiful span from many of the hotel's guestrooms. Or indulge is spectacular views of San Francisco with a leisurely stroll across the Golden Gate Bridge.
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco's Golden Gate Park is one of the largest man-made parks in the world. This popular San Francisco tourist attraction offers numerous activities for the entire family, including running, rollerblading, biking, pedal-boating, fly-fishing, handball, tennis, museums, botanical gardens and more.
San Francisco Zoo
Located 7 miles from The Fairmont San Francisco.
Home of the San Francisco 49ers, Monster Park is located 12 miles from the hotel. The San Francisco 49ers season extends from September through December, not including the playoffs.
Walking Tours are offered throughout San Francisco. You may visit San Francisco's 'Painted Ladies' to learn the history of these Victorian Homes, or do the same on Nob Hill, Chinatown or Fisherman's Wharf. A San Francisco walking tour is great way to experience the culture and heritage of this remarkable city.
San Francisco's most popular attraction. Take a step back in time and visit Alcatraz Island and it's infamous prison. Experience life as an inmate during the self guided tour. Eerie and fascinating!
Napa and Sonoma Valleys
Located 46 miles north of San Francisco is the beautiful and breathtaking Wine Country. Visit one of the 250 wineries located in this region, some of which date back to the early 19th century. Or, visit the our sister property to the north - The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa with our Town & County Package.
Located within two blocks of The Fairmont San Francisco, Chinatown is home to the largest Chinese community outside of China. This area is filled with exotic shops, restaurants, produce markets, herbalists and temples in its 24 square blocks of teeming activity in the midst of downtown.
The most popular tourist destination in the City, Fisherman's Wharf is still a working fishing pier, bringing in thousands of tons of fresh fish and crabs annually. Enjoy the shops, restaurants and bay cruises. Fisherman's Wharf is located just a short cable car ride from The Fairmont San Francisco.
Visit the famous Victorian homes known as the 'painted ladies.' These fabulous residences are easily recognizable from the many appearances on television and in movies.
Visit the home of the San Francisco Giants. Located less than two miles from the hotel, AT&T Park is a fabulous venue to watch the Grand Ol' Game. The Giants season extends from April through September, not including the playoffs and World Series.