W Hotel SF
Set in the heart of downtown San Francisco’s South of Market (Soma) District, the W hotel is adjacent to San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art. Only five blocks from Union Square, and just steps away from some of the City’s great eclectic boutique shops, galleries and theaters, the W is accessible to a lot of highlights. Staying in one of the 423 rooms, you have access to a modern fitness room, a glass bottom lap pool and a glorious 3500 square foot sun deck overlooking the City. The W also boasts the excellent Asian-influenced (XYZ), a seasonal California cuisine restaurant. Eco-touches The hotel features energy-efficient appliances, water-conserving bathroom fixtures, recycling systems, towel and linen reuse programs, and eco-friendly food options.
The bohemian hub of the West Coast has the better things in life in droves. A thriving foodie scene is backed by micro-breweries and of course, some of the best wines in the country. Take in the world class sights, such as the Golden Gate Bridge and the vibrant neighborhoods of Chinatown and the Castro.
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