The Holiday Inn San Francisco Airport is one of the top hotels in San Francisco, not only for its fantastic amenities and tastefully decorated accommodation but for its convenient location near local attractions, unique places to see, San Francisco International Airport and the San Francisco Convention Center, known as the Moscone Center.
If you have a passion for shopping, make sure you stop by the The Shops at Tanforan, Hillsdale Shopping Center, Stanford Shopping Center, and browse through over 170 shops and restaurants at the Westfield San Francisco Center. When it comes to popular attractions, guests can ride a San Francisco cable car to the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the largest Chinatown outside of Asia, Union Square, and Alcatraz Island, all less than 40-minutes away from our hotel by transit.
Check out more nearby attractions below that you won't want to miss out on when visiting San Francisco, California or ask one of our front desk staff for their favourite spots when you visit!
Located on the northern waterfront, this wharf is one of the busiest tourist areas in the city of San Francisco. People come from all over to check out the souvenir shops, sample clam chowder, crab, and other fresh seafood specialties from food stalls, and take in some of the most picturesque views of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.
As part of California's Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Muir Woods National Monument is a popular attraction for nature and outdoor lovers. Widely known for its old-growth redwood trees, winding trails that lead to Bohemian Grove and Cathedral Grove, and views of Mount Tamalpais, this is an attraction to enjoy with the whole family.
This slim, white 210-foot tower located in the neighborhood of Telegraph Hill is also known as the Lilian Coit Memorial Tower. The tower has been an emblem of the city's skyline since 1933 and features an elevator, observation deck with 360-degree views of the bay and city, and a gift shop.
As home of the San Francisco Giants, the city's Major League Baseball franchise, the AT&T Park is a popular baseball park situated in the neighborhood of South Beach. It features stunning views, behind-the-scenes ballpark tours, food concession stands, large events and more. And of course, if you’re in town at the right time, we recommend you check out a Giants game!
Check out Pier 39, one of San Francisco's most popular places to shop and visit. As a major family friendly tourist attraction and built on a pier at the edge of Fisherman's Wharf, this hot spot features street performances, virtual 3D rides, restaurants, a two-story carousel, video arcades, the Aquarium of the Bay and amazing views of the California sea lions in the marina area.
Don't miss out on a visit to Angel Island - the perfect place to eat, drink, hike, get married, and listen to live music performances. Offering stunning views of the Marin County Headlands, Mount Tamalpais and the San Francisco skyline, this island attracts thousands of people every year.