Experience the enchanting holiday magic of San Francisco at Hotel Nikko. Cherish moments amid festive splendor and dazzling events. Enjoy heartwarming performances and breathtaking Christmas lights. Indulge in exquisite feasts and opulent New Year celebrations. Shop for perfect gifts in the city's holiday charm. Embrace luxury with our exclusive specials. Hotel Nikko invites you to celebrate the holidays in unparalleled style.
Celebrate the holidays in luxury with our Holiday Package. Enjoy a relaxing stay with us this holiday season. Whether coming home for the holidays, or making new magical memories, enjoy San Francisco and Hotel Nikko this festive season.This Package includes:
Indulge in the magic of the season at Restaurant Anzu, where we've crafted delectable holiday menus to enchant your taste buds. Explore our enticing culinary offerings and reserve your spot for a festive feast today!
Put on your ugly Christmas sweater and bring your dog to our Christmas Party at Hotel Nikko! There will be photos with Santa, hot chocolate, cocktails, pastries, and lots of dog treats. RSVP here!
Experience the magic of the season at the enchanting Union Square ice rink! Glide into the festivities from Nov 2, 2023, to Jan 15, 2024, with daily ice skating from 10 AM to 11 PM. Enjoy 60 minute sessions that begin every 90 minutes. Located at the corner of Geary and Stockton Streets. Join the city in celebrating this special time of the year.
Tis the season for furry cuteness at Union Square! San Francisco SPCA Holiday Windows at Macy's is cherished tradition is here, featuring adorable puppies and kittens in the windows. Adopt your new friend from November 17, 2023 to December 31, 2023, and watch out for surprise visits from our therapy animals!
Fun history facts: Macy's was the first department store to feature Christmas window displays and has been enchanting generations of spectators since the early 1870's. R.H. Macy began the tradition of animated windows in 1899 at Macy's original 14th Street location in New York, and started the tradition in San Francisco.