Hotels near Russian Hill
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
This district is named after a long-gone 19th century Russian cemetery, but today its most famous attraction is the block of Lombard Street between Hyde and Leavenworth. Here Lombard is steep and switches back eight times, making a worthy challenge for photographers and illicit skateboarders. The steep hill is traced with landscaped pedestrian-only paths and staircases, including Macondray Lane, the setting for Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City. Stalwart hikers are rewarded with panoramic views of the city and the bay at hilltop Sterling Park.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Russian Hill

Grant Plaza Hotel
Grant Plaza Hotel
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3.1
2454 reviews
465 Grant Ave, San Francisco
from $79
Parc 55 Wyndham San Francisco - Union Square
Parc 55 Wyndham San Francisco - Union Square
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3.6
8154 reviews
55 Cyril Magnin St, San Francisco
from $159
Best Western Plus Americania
Best Western Plus Americania
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3.2
917 reviews
121 7th St, San Francisco
from $117
Villa Florence
Villa Florence
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3.5
2948 reviews
225 Powell St, San Francisco
from $117
Nob Hill Motor Inn
Nob Hill Motor Inn
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3.7
1071 reviews
1630 Pacific Ave, San Francisco
from $119
El Capitan Hotel
El Capitan Hotel
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2.9
536 reviews
2361 Mission St, San Francisco
from $45
Hotel Carlton, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel
Hotel Carlton, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel
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3.8
2125 reviews
1075 Sutter St, San Francisco
from $139
Baldwin Hotel
Baldwin Hotel
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3.6
1548 reviews
321 Grant Ave, San Francisco
from $149
Hotel Abri - Union Square
Hotel Abri - Union Square
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3.7
1310 reviews
127 Ellis Street, San Francisco
from $169
Club Quarters in San Francisco
Club Quarters in San Francisco
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3.8
2284 reviews
424 Clay St, San Francisco
from $149
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This district is named after a long-gone 19th century Russian cemetery, but today its most famous attraction is the block of Lombard Street between Hyde and Leavenworth. Here Lombard is steep and switches back eight times, making a worthy challenge for photographers and illicit skateboarders. The steep hill is traced with landscaped pedestrian-only paths and staircases, including Macondray Lane, the setting for Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City. Stalwart hikers are rewarded with panoramic views of the city and the bay at hilltop Sterling Park.

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