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At the Heart of the Best Attractions & Things to Do in San Francisco

Explore the dynamic diversity of the world's most beautiful bayside city - San Francisco. Steps away from Hotel Nikko, you'll find the renowned restaurants and retailers of Union Square. A little farther to the north are Chinatown and North Beach, two culturally eclectic sections of the city that are accessible on foot or via cable car.
 
Cross Market Street to the south and you'll come upon the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. Experience all the unique attractions and things to do in San Francisco from our luxury hotel in the heart of it all.
 
Union Square In San Francisco,California

Union Square

Take a short walk from the hotel to the bustling Union Square for upscale shopping, fine dining, Broadway shows and concerts, and the city's hottest jazz clubs.
California Moscone Center In San Francisco

Moscone Center

San Francisco's premier convention center features 700,000 square feet of exhibit space and hosts major conferences and events walking distance from Hotel Nikko.
Theater In San Francisco,California

San Francisco Theater

Catch a Broadway show, musical, or performance at one of the city's many iconic and historic theaters including the Curran, Orpheum, and Golden Gate.
City Cable Cars In San Francisco,California

City Cable Cars

Don't miss a ride on San Francisco's legendary cable cars where you'll find breathtaking city views, photo ops, and a fun trip to Fisherman's Wharf. 
Chinatown In San Francisco,California

Chinatown

Explore this lively neighborhood that developed one year before the Gold Rush and features restaurants, gift shops, food markets, alleyways, and a fortune cookie factory.
Golden Gate Bridge In San Francisco,California

Golden Gate Bridge

Connecting San Francisco with Marin County, this iconic suspension bridge boasts sidewalks where you can walk or bike ride against incredible views of the bay.
North Beach In San Francisco,California

North Beach

A charming, vibrant corner of the city, North Beach is the place for authentic Italian dining, perfectly brewed coffee, funky boutiques, and lots of animated conversations.
Oracle Park In San Francisco,California

Oracle Park

Built for the San Francisco Giants in 2000, this ballpark on the bay is utilized all year long for everything from soccer matches and football games to raucous rock concerts.
Fishermans Wharf In San Francisco,California

Fisherman's Wharf

This waterfront destination is where you'll find everything from fresh Dungeness crab and street performers to cruises and encounters with sea lions.
Japantown In San Francisco,California

Japantown in San Francisco

There's plenty to see and do in Japantown, like browsing quaint antique shops, dining in a classic sushi bar, and indulging in a thoroughly relaxing massage at a spa.
Museum Of Modern Art In San Francisco,California

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Enjoy an immense collection of contemporary art at the world-renowned SFMOMA, which also boasts several delicious dining options and a first-class Museum Store.
Alcatraz Island In San Francisco,California

Alcatraz Island

Take the ferry out to the infamous Alcatraz Island where you can tour the former federal prison, check out museum displays, stroll through scenic gardens, and hike.
Design Your Day
Experience San Francisco from the heart of it all
Union Square is one of the most popular places to shop in San Francisco with more than 350 stores, including staples like Apple, Tiffany & Co., NikeTown, Barneys New York, Macy's, and Nordstrom. Visitors can also find larger shops dedicated to their favorite brands, including Converse, The North Face, Swatch, and Lacoste, as well as smaller boutiques.https://www.hotelnikkosf.com/resourcefiles/customfaqimages/shops-near-by-union-square-san-francisco-california.jpgshops near by Union Square, San Francisco, California
Golden Gate Park offers many places to visit, including museums, lakes and gardens, and smaller attractions like children's playgrounds, a carousel that was built in 1912, dog parks, and lawn bowling. Some recommended sites are Stow Lake, the second-largest lake in San Francisco, Conservatory and Flowers for butterfly and flower enthusiasts, Buffalo Paddock to watch buffalo roam in an open, safe habitat, and the Dutch and Murphy Windmills.https://www.hotelnikkosf.com/resourcefiles/customfaqimages/golden-gate-park-in-san-francisco-california.jpgGolden Gate Park in San Francisco, California
Yes - riding a cable car is a must when visiting San Francisco! You can purchase your $6 fare in advance or on the car, which offers several routes with incredible views of the city. Guests of the Hotel Nikko can head out the front doors and walk over to the 4th and Market Street stop to hop aboard.https://www.hotelnikkosf.com/resourcefiles/customfaqimages/riding-a-cable-car-in-san-francisco-california.jpgRiding a cable car in San Francisco, California
The world-famous sea lions can be found lounging right on Pier 39 in Fisherman's Wharf. The Sea Lion Center, located on Pier 39, is a free nature center where visitors can learn about these playful creatures through presentations, hands-on artifacts, one-on-one interactions with naturalists, and by observing the sea lions in action as they bask in the San Francisco sun.https://www.hotelnikkosf.com/resourcefiles/customfaqimages/sea-lion-center-in-san-francisco-california.jpgSea Lion Center in San Francisco, California
The Embarcadero is a great place for biking, walking, and skating and features a wide variety of piers, restaurants, parks, and other attractions. Some of the top sights are Fisherman's Wharf, Levi's Plaza Park, The Exploratorium, which contains hands-on exhibits to teach science and offers a free bay view walk, and Market Street which has over 120 shops and restaurants.https://www.hotelnikkosf.com/resourcefiles/customfaqimages/the-embarcadero-of-san-francisco.jpgThe embarcadero of san francisco,California
shops near by Union Square, San Francisco, California
Union Square is one of the most popular places to shop in San Francisco with more than 350 stores, including staples like Apple, Tiffany & Co., NikeTown, Barneys New York, Macy's, and Nordstrom. Visitors can also find larger shops dedicated to their favorite brands, including Converse, The North Face, Swatch, and Lacoste, as well as smaller boutiques.
Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California
Golden Gate Park offers many places to visit, including museums, lakes and gardens, and smaller attractions like children's playgrounds, a carousel that was built in 1912, dog parks, and lawn bowling. Some recommended sites are Stow Lake, the second-largest lake in San Francisco, Conservatory and Flowers for butterfly and flower enthusiasts, Buffalo Paddock to watch buffalo roam in an open, safe habitat, and the Dutch and Murphy Windmills.
Riding a cable car in San Francisco, California
Yes - riding a cable car is a must when visiting San Francisco! You can purchase your $6 fare in advance or on the car, which offers several routes with incredible views of the city. Guests of the Hotel Nikko can head out the front doors and walk over to the 4th and Market Street stop to hop aboard.
Sea Lion Center in San Francisco, California
The world-famous sea lions can be found lounging right on Pier 39 in Fisherman's Wharf. The Sea Lion Center, located on Pier 39, is a free nature center where visitors can learn about these playful creatures through presentations, hands-on artifacts, one-on-one interactions with naturalists, and by observing the sea lions in action as they bask in the San Francisco sun.
The embarcadero of san francisco,California
The Embarcadero is a great place for biking, walking, and skating and features a wide variety of piers, restaurants, parks, and other attractions. Some of the top sights are Fisherman's Wharf, Levi's Plaza Park, The Exploratorium, which contains hands-on exhibits to teach science and offers a free bay view walk, and Market Street which has over 120 shops and restaurants.
 
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