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Itinerary looking a little empty? Pacific Heights holiday all organised but not sure what you're going to do when you arrive there? Let us give you a helping hand.
One of the best things about basing yourself in Pacific Heights is that you'll be within close proximity to Palace of Fine Arts. Trust us, this is one famed attraction that you'd be crazy to miss.
Whatever you do, don't leave town without visiting Ghirardelli Square. It's a favourite for most visitors to the area.
History is rich with incredible stories to be told and important lessons to be learned. Make your way to Painted Ladies and get an insight into the past. Travellers have a top-notch range of things to do in this destination. Check the Sunday Mass times at Grace Cathedral. While you're here, take a couple of minutes to sit and partake in a bit of personal reflection. Still got some time to spare? Be sure to wear your most avant-garde outfit before venturing to Fort Mason. Hosting numerous interesting performances and festivals across the year, it's an influential part of the local cultural landscape.
Holidays are pretty great already. But throwing yourself into the fabulous experiences on offer certainly makes them better!
Make sure your trip to Pacific Heights is one to remember with one or two of these unique experiences:
For a complete guide to activities, jump onto our Pacific Heights things to do page.
With a wide variety of accommodation to choose from in Pacific Heights, you'll be sure to discover one that's suitable. Cheap holidays and luxury getaways — Expedia will help you out.
Looking for a decent place to stay with an affordable price tag? Take a look at the Marina Motel (2576 Lombard Street) or the Pacific Heights Inn (1555 Union St). Both have good reviews, and they don't cost a fortune! Though, we all deserve to treat ourselves sometimes. So, for a taste of luxury, the Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square (900 N Point Street) is a marvellous option. For more choice, check out the Hotel Drisco (2901 Pacific Avenue).
Are you trying to figure out how to commute from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to Pacific Heights? Once you've picked up your luggage, you'll be around 12 miles to the south of the neighbourhood.
Location is great, really, great! Outside of the downtown city area but close enough to everything. Room smelled a little older. It was kind of like staying at my grandmoms home (not that her home smells, lol). In the lobby they have muffins, danishes and coffee in the morning and cookies at night. ...
Staff and service was impeccable. Loved the complimentary wine and cheese in the evening and breakfast in the morning. The room was phenomenal, however the bed was very hard and we could hear the people above us walking around late in to the night and it made it hard to fall asleep.
Jackson Court is in a very good location, handy to get around San Francisco to see the sites, its a quiet neighbourhood. Jackson Court is a B&B not a hotel so you get a personnel warmth there that you don't get in a large corporate hotel. The only downside is it could do with an upgrade to the room ...
It was a good stay. Close to the water so I saw a lot of people walking around the property.
Hotel was clean. Staff was friendly and very nice. We where taken care off from the car to the room.