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San Francisco, California is one of the top vacation and resort destinations in North America. With a population of 808,977, it is the fourth largest city in the state and number 12 in the country. It covers 46.7 square miles and has 4.3 million people in the metro area. San Francisco is also the only city in California to be consolidated into its own county. Tourism is the mainstay of the city’s economy. Fisherman’s Wharf is listed as the third-most popular tourist destination in the country. Visitors bring in around $8 billion into the city each year.

Tourist visit San Francisco to take in the rolling summer fogs, traverse the famed steep hills, gaze at the Victorian architecture, and take in one of the many attractions, including the Golden Gate Bridge and Chinatown. The food, culture, and coast have brought some of the finest hotels to the area and many visitors love nothing more than to relax in the luxurious amenities of the San Francisco resorts. These fine establishments promise to enrich and soften the lives of all who stay there by creating a stay that is unforgettable both inside the resort and outside in the city itself. The only problem most people have is in choosing which San Francisco resort is right for them.

Here are some of the top resorts in San Francisco:

Cavallo Point – The Lodge at the Golden Gate
601 Murray Circle, Fort Baker
Sausalito, CA 94965
Phone 888-651-2003

Although not actually in San Francisco, Cavallo Point is just on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge, offering spectacular views of the city where the Bay meets the ocean. Callo Point offers luxury accommodations in the midst of the nature surrounding Fort Baker. Beaches are just a minute’s walk away and Marin County offers some of the best nature walks in the region. Guests have a choice of 142 rooms located in either modern or historic buildings. Of the top amenities at the resort, the educational vacation packages are extremely popular. These include hands-on courses in subjects such as culinary arts, holistic healing, photography, or yoga. The healing arts center located on the property is 11,000 square feet. Also onsite is 15,000 square feet of meeting space adaptable to any situation. Groups are assured privacy not only in the meeting space, but in the banquet halls, healing arts center, restaurant, and chapel and open green space. The spas at Cavallo Point are second-to-none.

WorldMark San Francisco
590 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone: 415-248-2800

The WorldMark is one of the most renowned resorts in downtown San Francisco. It has stood on the corner of Bush Street and Stockton Street since 1908. Guests of the WorldMark are only walking distance away from Nob Hill, Union Square, and Chinatown. Additionally, the Powell Street Cable Car is only two blocks away. Other attractions nearby are Fisherman’s Wharf, the Maritime Museum, and Alcatraz Island is only a ferry-ride away. Although this resort does not offer balconies or outdoor areas, inside it is luxurious and comfortable. The lobby features a fireplace, and a fitness center is located on the ground floor. This hotel is short on amenities, but must be recommended for its location.

Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco
757 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: 415-633-3000

The Four Seasons name is synonymous with luxury. This is one of the finest San Francisco resorts. It is the Yerba Buena district near Union Square. The financial district, Museum of Modern Art, and the Moscone Convention Center are also nearby. The spa at the Four Seasons is full-service and offers peels, wraps, manicures, pedicures, massages, aromatherapy, reflexology, and medical rejuvenation therapy. In-room massages are also available. The Seasons Restaurant, Bar and Lounge provides guests with fine American cuisine in a modern, yet relaxed, atmosphere.

The Inn San Francisco
943 South Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone: 415-641-0188

The Inn San Francisco is an old-style, Victorian bed & breakfast. Each room offers antique furnishings and fresh flowers. A breakfast buffet is provided every morning, and guests can enjoy the garden patio, hot tub, and sun deck. Amenities include telephones, TV, parking, and free wireless internet. There is no more beautiful San Francisco resort than this one.

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