Centrally located luxury hotel offering simple access to San Franciscos delights
Located in the Union Square district, the Frank Hotel San Francisco is situated close to such attractions as the Jewish Contemporary Museum, San Francisco City Hall, and AT&T Park, home to the San Francisco Giants baseball club. Its also easily accessible for those visiting the city from Oakland via the Bay Bridge.
Whilst it offers great access for tourists, the hotel (formerly known as the Maxwell Hotel San Francisco) is also ideally positioned for business travelers, with the finance district just blocks away, and many of the citys largest companies on hand. Rooms within the 3-star property have also been designed with corporate guests in mind.
Each of the 153 guestrooms features standard hotel features, only finished in a lavish way. Rooms are stylish and modern, offering such modern amenities as flat-screen televisions and iPod docks. The dcor is bold, featuring many black and white patterns. Simple items such as mirrors and work desks are given additional flair. En-suite bathrooms are equipped with luxury toweling, toiletries, and a shiny finish.
The Bold Level offers further magnificence to rooms, including vast arched windows. Penthouse suites are also on offer.
The hotel also offers valet parking, complimentary Wi-Fi access, and a designated business area in the hotel lobby. Guests are invited to dine at Maxs On the Square, an in-house restaurant, or book one of the adaptable meeting rooms. For a nominal fee guests can enjoy access to a nearby fitness center and gymnasium.
Those staying at the Frank Hotel San Francisco will find it easy to navigate the city thanks to the world-famous cable cars, as well as the Bay Area Rapid Transport (BART) service which connects passengers to other cities in the bay area.
In the immediate vicinity guests can explore the likes of Chinatown, the Marina District, Fishermans Wharf, and Nob Hill, one of the original seven hills of San Francisco. These areas provide an array of shopping, dining, and general enjoyment. A number of boats can be boarded at the Wharf, offering a further choice of destination, including the likes of the Napa Valley Wine Train.
Of course, San Francisco is famed for the Golden Gate Bridge, which is often considered one of the Seven Modern Wonders of the World. The vast bridge, which stretches some two miles, is not only an industrial marvel, but a fine location to see the Bay at its finest. Specialized walkways and cycle paths allow visitors to see everything in close-up glory. The Golden Gate Bridge National Recreational Area is also a fine destination, offering a slice of greenery amongst the urban build-up.
Other destinations that prove popular with tourists include Alcatraz Island, San Francisco War Memorial Performing Arts Center, the Transamerica Pyramid, Candlestick Park (home of the NFLs San Francisco 49ers), and the Mission San Francisco de Ass, commonly known as the Mission Dolores. It is this building which the city takes its name from.
Guests at the Frank Hotel San Francisco need not stay within the city limits either. Just outside of the city can be found some stunning natural landscapes, including the Northern California coast and a variety or vineyards and wineries.