San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is about 14 miles south of downtown San Francisco and the Financial District. You can easily take a cab from Hotel Nikko for about $45-50 or hop on the nearby BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) at Powell Street, 2 blocks away, for $8.95 for an adult ticket. You can also take the Super Shuttle to SFO for about $32 to $34 one way.
Yes, and hopping on a San Francisco Cable Car is a must for out of town travelers. You can purchase your $6 fair in advance or on the car. Choose your own route and explore San Francisco your way, but don't forget to make a stop at Fisherman's Wharf. Guests of the Hotel Nikko can head out the front doors and walk over to the 4th and Market stop to hop aboard.
The San Francisco cable cars operation hours run from 6:00 a.m. until around 12:30 at night. The cable cars run about every 10 minutes, making it easy and convenient to hop on and off depending on where you're headed around the city.
San Francisco local bus fare for the Muni Bus & Rail Single Trip Fare is $2.25 for Adults, $1.00 for Youth ages 5-17 (ID required), $1.00 for Senior, Disabled or Medicare (ID required), and free for Children ages 4 and younger.
San Francisco is approximately 60 miles from Napa Valley via automobile. A San Francisco Ferry is also available, with reservations, which takes you to the Napa Valley Wine Train Station for a relaxing tour of Napa Valley. Rent from Beverly Hills Rent-a-Car onsite as a guest of the Hotel Nikko to set out for a tasty Napa wine adventure.
Pedestrians can walk the Golden Gate Bridge on the East Sidewalk, which can be reached from Golden Gate Bridge Welcome Center parking lot, from the walking trail or the parking lot on the Marin side. You can also park and walk to the bridge from the Fort Point Historic Landmark, the lot at Crissy Field, a 15-minute walk uphill, and the Palace of Fine Arts, which gives you four hours of free parking.