Hotels near North Beach and Telegraph Hill
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
In the Gold Rush days, this notorious neighborhood was called the Barbary Coast. Saloons and strip joints still line Broadway, but the area is better known for Italian restaurants, cafes, and bars that were home to the poets of the Beat Generation. City Lights bookstore won a landmark free-speech case over the publication of Allen Ginsberg's poetry in 1956, and today it remains a literary mecca. Summit Telegraph Hill to reach Coit Tower for giddy bay views and 1930s WPA murals that were once considered dangerously revolutionary. South of North Beach, Jackson Square is dotted with design boutiques, antique shops, and galleries.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near North Beach and Telegraph Hill

The Hotel California - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality
The Hotel California - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality
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3.6
855 reviews
580 Geary St, San Francisco
from $135
Clift
Clift
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3.6
2940 reviews
495 Geary St, San Francisco
from $229
da Vinci Villa
da Vinci Villa
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3.6
2562 reviews
2550 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco
from $143
The Westin St Francis on Union Square
The Westin St Francis on Union Square
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3.4
4460 reviews
335 Powell Street, San Francisco
from $179
Marriott San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf
Marriott San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf
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3.6
1278 reviews
1250 Columbus Ave, San Francisco
from $209
Encore Express Hotel
Encore Express Hotel
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3.4
349 reviews
1353 Bush Street, San Francisco
from $75
The Westin San Francisco Market Street
from $332
Grant Plaza Hotel
Grant Plaza Hotel
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3.1
2454 reviews
465 Grant Ave, San Francisco
from $79
Inn on Broadway
Inn on Broadway
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3.3
1352 reviews
2201 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco
from $89
COVA Hotel
COVA Hotel
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3.7
868 reviews
655 Ellis Street, San Francisco
from $175
More About Hotels near North Beach and Telegraph Hill...

In the Gold Rush days, this notorious neighborhood was called the Barbary Coast. Saloons and strip joints still line Broadway, but the area is better known for Italian restaurants, cafes, and bars that were home to the poets of the Beat Generation. City Lights bookstore won a landmark free-speech case over the publication of Allen Ginsberg's poetry in 1956, and today it remains a literary mecca. Summit Telegraph Hill to reach Coit Tower for giddy bay views and 1930s WPA murals that were once considered dangerously revolutionary. South of North Beach, Jackson Square is dotted with design boutiques, antique shops, and galleries.

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