3rd Night Free!*
Combinable with Exclusive Perks and including daily parking!Offer valid from January 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021
*For a reservation to qualify, the Special Rate Code clearly indicating "3rd Night Free" must be selected at time of booking. Some room categories may be ineligible. All offers are subject to availability, blackout dates & other restrictions which may apply. Offers may be Discontinued w/o Prior Notice. One car per day parking. Back to back stays within a 24 hour period are considered one stay. Benefits are applied at check-out.
Built in 1875 to celebrate the West Coast boom, the Palace Hotel, San Francisco is one of San Francisco's most treasured landmarks. The hotel is located just blocks away from Union Square, Chinatown, the Financial District and the Moscone Convention Center.
rom the famed 1909 Maxfield Parrish mural "The Pied Piper of Hamlin" in our Pied Piper Bar to the grandeur of the Garden Court to the sky lit indoor pool, the Palace Hotel captures a timeless sophistication that is as distinct as it is inviting.
Experience gracious hospitality on a grand scale in our 553 rooms and suites, evidenced by soaring 14-foot ceilings, original architectural details, opulent bedding, marble bathrooms and a host of thoughtful and luxurious modern amenities.
Located steps from Union Square and the Financial District, the Palace Hotel is an ideal point from which to explore the charms of San Francisco. Culture enthusiasts will want to visit the striking Museum of Modern Art (two blocks away) with its collection of contemporary masters and the lovely Yerba Buena Gardens with their waterfalls, Martin Luther King memorial and enchanting butterfly gardens. Indulge in some stylish shopping at Union Square, the Embarcadero Ferry Building and the nine-level "Westfield" Shopping Center, a few blocks away.
A San Francisco must-see, Chinatown beckons with its vivid diversity of language, cuisine and culture. The historic cable car ride is an utterly original means of getting around town – take a ride to Fisherman's Wharf, or visit the Ghirardelli Building.