Hotels near Seacliff
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Do you want to stay near the Golden Gate Bridge or the surrounding national park without setting up a tent or hauling around a camper? By booking a hotel near the Seacliff neighborhood, you'll be next door to a quiet residential area, a stunning beach, and plenty of national park hiking opportunities. Whether you're looking for a luxury room or accommodations that fit a more modest budget, Hipmunk will help find the perfect hotel near Seacliff.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Seacliff

Argonaut Hotel - a Noble House Hotel
Argonaut Hotel - a Noble House Hotel
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8.7
Excellent
495 Jefferson St, San Francisco
from $209
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
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8.6
Excellent
780 Mission Street, San Francisco
from $180
Hotel Carlton, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel
Hotel Carlton, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel
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8.1
Excellent
1075 Sutter St, San Francisco
from $139
InterContinental San Francisco
InterContinental San Francisco
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8.6
Excellent
888 Howard Street, San Francisco
from $161
Warwick San Francisco
Warwick San Francisco
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8.4
Excellent
490 Geary St, San Francisco
from $130
The Marker San Francisco
The Marker San Francisco
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8.4
Excellent
501 Geary St, San Francisco
from $139
The Powell Hotel
The Powell Hotel
28 Cyril Magnin Street, San Francisco
from $139
COVA Hotel
COVA Hotel
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7.3
Good
655 Ellis Street, San Francisco
from $122
Holiday Inn San Francisco-Fisherman's Wharf
Holiday Inn San Francisco-Fisherman's Wharf
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7.7
Good
1300 Columbus Ave, San Francisco
from $135
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
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8.5
Excellent
5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco
from $159
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Take the Bus to and from Seacliff

Since Seacliff is a small neighborhood that's partly made up of national park, staying within the neighborhood itself requires an Airbnb or a HomeAway booking. However, six bus routes stop in or near Seacliff, and with the San Francisco Muni's convenient trip planning app, figuring out public transportation routes is easy. Whether you're traveling into Seacliff from your hotel or away from Seacliff to a new destination, riding on public transportation is the best way to get around. Seacliff has beautiful ocean views, so your best bet is to explore the neighborhood itself on foot.

If you don't mind a short drive, stay across the Golden Gate Bridge at Cavallo Point or Casa Madrona Hotel and Spa. These luxury hotels make great romantic stays away from major city traffic, and you'll get to drive over the Golden Gate Bridge to visit Seacliff and other parts of San Francisco. The Marina Motel and the Knights Inn San Francisco are close to Seacliff and to the Golden Gate Bridge via public transportation, and offer affordable rates without skimping on any amenities.

Hike Lands End in the Late Summer

Seacliff is home to Lands End, a trail that winds through Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Lands End offers views of California wildlife, including wildflowers and several species of bird. The trail takes you by the Sutro Bath ruins and a flat area great for picnics near West Fort Miley's old batteries.

The best time to visit is in summer, when chances of rain are low. San Francisco's highest monthly temperature is 70 during the month of September, so you won't get too hot while hiking. Winter doesn't get especially cold, but the city averages over 4 inches of rain a month in winter, so it's not ideal hiking weather. To be near Lands End, stay at the affordable Beach Motel and you'll be just down the road.

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