Follow I-80 West across bay Bridge. From the right-hand lane take the Fremont Street Exit. At the light, merge right onto Fremont St. Follow Fremont for 5 blocks, crossing Market onto Front St., then quickly turn left onto Pine St. and go five blocks to the corner of Grant and Pine. The loading zone is on Grant, you may want to go around the block.
Follow 101 North to I-80 East towards Downtown/Bay Bridge. Take Fourth Street Exit. At the stoplight continue straight onto Bryant St.; follow Bryant 1 block to Third St. Turn left onto Third and go 8 blocks (you will cross Market St. onto Kearny) to Sutter St. Turn left onto Sutter, go 1 block to Grant Ave. and turn right. Proceed 2 blocks to Pine St.; hotel is on the left.
Follow 101 south across the Golden Gate Bridge. Follow 101 south through town along lombard St. Turn right onto Van Ness Ave-continuing on 101 south. Turn left onto Bush St. Follow Bush 10 blocks to Grant Ave. Turn left onto Grant and go 1 block to the corner of Grant and Pine; hotel is on the left.
A city within a city, San Francisco Chinatown is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia. Experience the history, architecture and culture of the oldest Chinatown in North America. It is a unique cultural adventure you will never forget. Explore the Chinatown streets on a walking tour, or experience the friendly guided food tours. Located on Grant Avenue and Stockton Street, It is one of the top tourist attractions in San Francisco.
Union Square refers to the central shopping, hotel, and theater district that surrounds the plaza for several blocks. It is a California Historical Landmark. Today, this one-block plaza and surrounding area is one of the largest collections of department stores, upscale boutiques, gift shops, art galleries, and beauty salons in the United States, making Union Square a major tourist destination, and one of the world’s premiere shopping districts.View Map
Lombard Street is famous for having a steep, one-block section that consists of eight tight hairpin turns. This one block consists of eight turns and nearly 250 steps on each side. Leave the car at the parking lot and enjoy the Powel-Hyde cable car which stops at the top where you can see Fisherman's Whart and Alcatraz. The Street was named after Lombard Street in Philadelphia by San Francisco surveyor Jasper O’Farrell.View Map