Ranked as one of the top four financial centers in the nation, San Francisco’s Financial District begins at Montgomery Street and extends east toward the Embarcadero and Embarcadero Center where you can find eight blocks of shops and restaurants.
The Bank of America building at 555 California street was the tallest building west of the Mississippi River from 1969-1972 until it was surpassed by the Transamerica Pyramid.
A 17th floor roof top park at 343 Sansome Street has great views of other Financial District highrises including the Transamerica Pyramid.
If you don’t work in a highrise building, or if you spend your days several floors up but don’t have an office with a view, you’ll want to visit this park. The view east from this rooftop park is one of the favorites of all the panoramas in San Francisco.
This is San Francisco's main business region and is home many of the city's major corporations.An impressive mix of old and new businesses are currently flourishing in this popular business district in San Francisco.
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San Francisco Financial District Hotel Partners Please click on their logos for more information and to view their best available rates and packages.
Our Financial District Hotel partners below listed by their star rating first and then in alphabetical order. You'll find a selection of hotels to choose from starting from Luxury Hotels to budget hotels with great rates right in the heart of Financial District.
The 1909 Nob Hill landmark is home to The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco. Defining its position, The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco is the city's only hotel to capture Mobil's Five Stars and AAA's Five Diamond award for exceptional service.
Located on the stunning Embarcadero waterfront, our best of San Francisco hotels is within five minutes of Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown, Union Square, Moscone Convention Center, Ghiradelli Square, North Beach and the Castro.