We’ll try it: Parking in San Francisco stinks. If you plan to stay within the city limits for your tour, please note this rule applies, it’s good to miss the driver and stick to a good sized car (if quietly) public transportation. But if you’re attending and you want to depart the city, suggest a jaunt up to Napa? It’s hard to avoid a vehicle. Where should I put my tires back??
Don’t count on street parking. It’s unique, it’s limited, but he requires superhuman parking skills on the steep slope. The “parking packages” This feature of several hotels will keep you from being pulled out, but at $ 30 or so per dinner, they’re not a bargain.
Gladys!, these five hotels offer the craziest of facilities free parking:
Hotel Del Sol: Honoring its past as a motor lodge in the 1950s, The Del Sol includes a free parking spot with each hotel. Training and the right skills to excel in this, children’s treatment with multicolored bedrooms and heated pool than the sparkling pavements. Strangely, the center of Marina makes it possible to walk to Ghirardelli Square, Fort Mason, and the Palace of Fine Arts. 3100 Webster St, Marina/Cow Hollow
Phoenix Hotel: Definitely take advantage of the free parking and include your car in the stay! (friend) security of all this quirky rocker’s island at the edge of the bumpy Tenderloin district. Request the employees to contact you for a taxi to get you from the hotel room door to the hidden room and they’ll get you in on, particularly if you’re a woman moving solo. 601 Eddy St, Civic Center/Tenderloin
Beck’s Motor Lodge: Drive in, Garden the driver indoors at your hotel, and take the F-Line tram flat Market to the Wharf the other main tourist places. Or visit the cinema, venues, and restaurants of the legends Castro and adjacent Mission Kebeles. 2222 Market St. 15th St, Castro
Seal Rock Inn: Way out to the north of San Francisco, stay at this hotel to get away from the busy streets of the Financial District and Union Square. Having a driver to a garden also makes good sense out here — head north to Marin and Wine Country via the Golden Gate Bridge, or south on the Great Highway to pick up Highway 1 towards Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz. 545 Point Lobos Avenue, Richmond District
The Wharf Inn: It’s good to know you’ve got a place to hide away the rental car once you’re right in the middle of the Fisherman’s Wharf travelers. The beds are simple, but spotless and inexpensive by neighborhood standards. Car fully in a safe way for you, watching out for wildebeest of Jaywalkers. 2601 Mason St, Fisherman’s Wharf
— Liz Hamill Scott of eatswritesandleaves. Travels with Spanish and. The