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At Haiyi Hotels, we endeavor to make a difference in the lives of our guests and associates through a shared passion for life, work and personalized experiences.
Dating from its “sky’s the limit” Gold Rush era through its present-day standing as one of the most vibrant and beautiful cities in America, San Francisco has something to awe and delight every guest – whether it’s your first visit or your thousandth. From the cutting-edge arts scene, fashionable boutiques and world-class restaurants to the breathtaking San Francisco Bay views and day trips to places like Carmel, Mount Tamalpais, Muir Woods, Sausalito and Sonoma Wine Country, there are boundless opportunities to savor the good life, Northern California-style.
Bask in breathtaking views and crisp salt air during a stroll across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Sample the best dim sum east of the Orient in Chinatown. Dig the funky and eclectic shops in Haight-Ashbury or dine on sumptuous Italian cuisine at a red-check-clothed ristorante in North Beach. Hitch a cable car ride to Fisherman’s Wharf, try not to go stir crazy on Alcatraz Island or soak up the neon nightlife in the Castro.
Just be sure to bring a jacket no matter what time of year you visit. Depending on which San Francisco historian you ask, it was either Oscar Wilde or Mark Twain who said, “the coldest winter I ever spent was summer in San Francisco.”
We’re located a short drive from SFO Airport, which makes your visit to us even more convenient. Popular San Francisco attractions near our hotels include:
Explore the aquarium, planetarium, natural history museum, rain forest, 40,000 live animals and engaging exhibits all housed beneath a living roof. Located in the beautiful Golden Gate Park.
Golden Gate Park - 55 Music Concourse Drive | 415-379-8000 | calacademy.org
San Francisco's last remaining major brewery produces an ale that's a favorite in local pubs.
1705 Mariposa Street | 415-863-8350 | anchorbrewing.com
This 'underground' gallery/bar draws an artist chic, 'in-the-know' crowd with a changing schedule of performance art, indie movies, live bands and DJ's spinning hip-hop, drum and bass, or whatever is new and interesting. A great place to meet people.
111 Minna Street | 415-974-1719 | 111minnagallery.com
The Exploratorium is a twenty-first-century learning laboratory, an eye-opening, always-changing, playful place to explore and tinker. For more than forty years, they've built creative, thought-provoking exhibits, tools, programs, and experiences that ignite curiosity, encourage exploration, and lead to profound learning. Dive in and discover what they’re all about.
Pier 15 - Embarcadero at Green Street | 415-528-4444 | exploratorium.edu
The Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District, is a monumental structure originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in order to exhibit works of art presented there.
3601 Lyon Street | 415-831-2700 | palaceoffinearts.org
Immerse yourself in the fun, lively and energetic spirit of Union Square, which brings together the best names in fashion, cuisine and entertainment. Meet friends or family and enjoy a day of shopping, dining and theater. Catch a cable car at Powell and Market and zip out to Fisherman's Wharf or Ghiradelli Square then make your way back to enjoy cocktails and dinner.
Geary Street between Powell and Stockton | unionsquareshop.com
Home of the World Series Champions, San Francisco Giants! Watch the Giants play at this iconic ballpark nestled by San Francisco Bay. Be sure to also bring your appetite as you can't miss the Garlic Fries, Crab Sandwich, Carnitas Nachos, Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs, or signature Ghirardelli Hot Chocolate! Also, the Behind the Scenes tour of AT&T Park is a must-do!
24 Willie Mays Plaza | 415-972-2000 | sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com
The San Francisco Symphony performs from September through May, with summer performances of light classical music and show tunes. In addition to collaborations with the world’s best classical musicians and soloists, the symphony has performed with artists like David Byrne and the heavy-metal group Metallica.
Davies Symphony Hall | 201 Van Ness Avenue | 415-864-6000 | sfsymphony.org
This world-renowned company has performed at the Civic Center's War Memorial Opera House since 1932. Over its split season, from September through January and June through July, the opera stages approximately 70 performances.
War Memorial Opera House | 301 Van Ness Avenue | 415-864-3300 | sfopera.com
The nation’s oldest professional ballet company stages full-length ballets such as Don Quixote and Sleeping Beauty, and the holiday presentation of The Nutcracker is truly spectacular. The company also offers both classic and contemporary dance performances throughout the year.
War Memorial Opera House | 301 Van Ness Avenue | 415-865-2000 | sfballet.org
The museum’s grand exterior gives way to a light, open, and welcoming space that houses artifacts and works of art from Southeast Asia, China, Japan and Korea. The museum stays open late on Thursdays and hosts “Matcha,” an evening of cocktails, music, and activities related to current exhibitions.
200 Larkin Street | 415-581-3500 | asianart.org
The Cartoon Art Museum is committed to promoting a greater appreciation of cartoon art. It houses 6,000 original pieces in its permanent collection and hosts seven major exhibitions per year.
655 Mission Street | 415-227-8666 | cartoonart.org
SHNSF consistently delivers the ultimate Broadway experience to San Francisco by presenting new works, pre-Broadway productions, open-ended engagements and hits fresh from the Broadway stages.
1192 Market Street | 888-746-1799 | shnsf.com
This 1920’s vaudeville and movie theater has been beautifully refurbished and now stages live Broadway blockbusters Hairspray, Movin' Out, Mamma Mia!, Chicago, 42nd Street, Rent and more.
1 Taylor Street | 800-746-1799 | shnsf.com
This two-block urban oasis offers the perfect escape from the city bustle with tranquil gardens and water features. From May through October, the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival stages free performances of everything from Latin music to Balinese dance. Truly the crown jewel of San Francisco.
Howard and 4th Street | 415-820-3550 | yerbabuenagardens.com
Westfield San Francisco Centre is located right off of Market Street. This shopping mall is anchored by Nordstrom and Bloomingdale's and also features dining options, a movie theater and even a spa.
885 Market Street | 415-495-5656 | westfield.com/sanfrancisco
This entertainment-themed shopping center features several casual eateries and shops, many of them kid-friendly.
135 4th Street | 415-369-6000 | westfield.com/metreon