Hotel fees in San Francisco include 14 percent occupancy tax, 0.195 percent California Tourism fee, and an 1.5 - 2.25 percent Tourism Improvement District assessment dependent upon the location of the hotel property.
The Hotel Nikko assessments are an occupancy tax of 14.195% and a business district fee of: 2.25%
Spring weather is typically cloudless and mild, and contains some of the warmest and driest days of the year. Summers are overcast and cool. Fall offers warm and sunny days, and mild and clear nights. During the winter months, rain and storms are abundant, with crisp and sunny days in between, and the weather is considered mild compared to the rest of the country.
San Francisco’s beaches tend to have fog covering the ocean, which makes for chilly air even on the warmest days. Those who go swimming usually wear wet suits so they can enjoy the water while staying comfortable. Bring a jacket or cozy up in a blanket to enjoy the beach while keeping warm. Warmer beaches can be found along the San Francisco Bay.
Per the TSA's rules and guidelines, any and all tools should be securely wrapped, if sharp, and stowed away in your checked baggage. Almost all liquids, including gels and aerosols, food, drinks, and personal care items, must be stored in a 3.4-ounce or smaller container and placed in a quart-size clear zippered plastic bag when flying.
According to official guidelines, it is a general rule to arrive at the airport no later than two hours before your domestic flight is scheduled to depart. For international flights, it is recommended to arrive no later than three hours before scheduled departure.