What To See and Do In San Francisco
Located steps from the Embarcadero in San Francisco’s Financial District, Harbor Court offers easy access to some of the city’s most famous attractions.
James R. Herman Cruise Terminal - Pier 27
In town for a cruise? Only 0.4 miles from the cruise port, Harbor Court Hotel is the perfect home base before and after your trip!
Ferry Building Marketplace
Located at the foot of Market Street, this vibrant artisan food-focused center boasts restaurants, retailers and one of the city’s finest Farmers Markets.
Home of the San Francisco Giants, this busy ballpark has spectacular views of San Francisco Bay. The hotel is just an easy 15-20 minute walk or a quick ride away! 2016 Home Game Schedule
Explore hundreds of interactive and educational exhibits anchored in scientific principles. Open daily except Monday.
A landmark with 360-degree views of San Francisco, this beloved attraction should top every visitor’s must-see list.
The oft photographed, famously crooked street features eight hairpin turns amid landscaped gardens on a 27-degee angle.
The oldest Chinatown in North America, this San Francisco must-see is filled with gift shops, restaurants and some of the city’s best grocery stores.
San Francisco's historic waterfront district offering bay cruises, wonderful bay front dining, city tours and so much more. An easy sight-filled walk along the embarcadero, it is the perfect vacation stop!
Once home to Al Capone, this is perhaps the world’s most famous prison. It’s now a museum reached by ferry across the bay.
Local Dining & Shopping
San Francisco is a fantasy for anyone who loves food, fashion and great shopping. We’ve tapped a few insiders to get their take on what’s hot in and around our Embarcadero area hotel. Here’s are a few of their favorite spots for dining and shopping:
Head to the nearby Ferry Building for Charles Phan’s award-winning Vietnamese cuisine, crafted using the area’s bounty of organic and sustainable ingredients.
This busy Howard Street eatery serves up some of the city’s best Southern comfort food. Grab a table outdoors.
Grab an outdoor table on the deck of Waterbar for one of the city’s best Happy Hours. Think champagne, oysters and views of the Bay Bridge.
A stone’s throw from Harbor Court, Nancy Oakes’ refined American fare is matched by beautiful views of the bay.
Go for the extensive wine list, New American cuisine and top-notch Embarcadero views.
San Francisco’s premier destination for boutique shopping and dining, plus art exhibits, independent film and more.
San Francisco’s iconic Gump’s is our go-to for luxurious furnishings, home décor and tabletop treasures.
If you love chocolate, a stop at the Ghirardelli Chocolate Marketplace is a must.
Founded in San Francisco, Levi’s operates its third largest store in the world on Market Street.
City Lights Booksellers
This beloved indie bookstore in North Beach spans three levels and is well stocked with art, poetry and more.
Find the works of one of the few remaining midcentury American potteries in the Ferry Building.