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San Francisco Visitors Site:
Find out more about places to see and things to do while you are here by viewing the official visitors site for San Francisco.

Getting Here:

San Francisco is one of the most beautiful and charismatic cities in the world. There are three major airports in the San Francisco Bay area: San Francisco International, Oakland, and San Jose.

Public Transportation:

Driving around San Francisco presents many hazards: steep hills, one-way streets, exorbitant parking fees, and endless traffic congestion. You are strongly encouraged to use the city’s various forms of public transportation.

Directions To Our Westin Hotel In San Francisco, CA

From South Bay (San Francisco International Airport, Santa Clara, San Jose): Take Highway 101 North toward Highway 80, going to the Bay Bridge. Take the Fourth Street exit, which leads you down a ramp, placing you onto Bryant Street. Continue for one block on Bryant Street, then turn left onto Third Street. Continue for four-and-a-half blocks on Third Street. The hotel is on the left side of Third Street, between Market and Mission Street.

From North Bay (Marin, Sausalito, Tiburon, San Rafael): Take Highway 101 South toward and over the Golden Gate Bridge. Take Lombard Street /Downtown exit. Turn right onto Van Ness Avenue. Turn left onto Bush Street. Turn right onto Montgomery Street. (Continue across Market onto New Montgomery). Turn right onto Mission Street. Turn right onto on Third Street. The hotel is located half a block on the left side of Third Street, between Market and Mission Street.

From East Bay (Oakland, Berkeley, Sacramento, Lake Tahoe, Reno): Take Highway 80 toward San Francisco. Cross the Bay Bridge and exit on Fremont Street (first exit on your right). Turn left onto Howard Street. Turn right onto Third Street. The hotel is located one-and-a-half blocks on the left side of Third Street, between Market and Mission Street. Click here for more about the Features & Services at our Downtown San Francisco Westin Hotel.


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