Hotels near West Of Twin Peaks
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“Discovering a scenic view of the legendary Twin Peaks of San Francisco is like a treasure hunt. Finding the perfect spot can take hours...”
Discovering a scenic view of the legendary Twin Peaks of San Francisco is like a treasure hunt. Finding the perfect spot can take hours, and once you have discovered it, the last thing you want to do is leave. For this reason, any trip to the area requires that little of your free time be wasted traveling to and from the Twin Peaks. Hipmunk wants to help you find hotels like the Stanyan Park Hotel in San Francisco that are in close proximity to the area where you want to spend all of your time as a tourist.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near West Of Twin Peaks

Kensington Park Hotel
Kensington Park Hotel
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4.0
450 Post St, San Francisco
from $139
The Alise - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality
The Alise - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality
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4.2
580 Geary St, San Francisco
from $161
Chancellor Hotel on Union Square
Chancellor Hotel on Union Square
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4.2
433 Powell St, San Francisco
from $119
The Fairmont San Francisco
The Fairmont San Francisco
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4.4
950 Mason Street Atop Nob Hill, San Francisco
from $199
Parc 55 San Francisco - A Hilton Hotel
Parc 55 San Francisco - A Hilton Hotel
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4.0
55 Cyril Magnin St, San Francisco
from $157
Holiday Inn San Francisco-Fisherman's Wharf
Holiday Inn San Francisco-Fisherman's Wharf
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3.9
1300 Columbus Ave, San Francisco
from $136
Queen Anne Hotel
Queen Anne Hotel
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4.2
1590 Sutter St, San Francisco
from $165
Hotel Del Sol, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel
Hotel Del Sol, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel
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4.0
3100 Webster St, San Francisco
from $164
Hotel Whitcomb
Hotel Whitcomb
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3.1
1231 Market St, San Francisco
from $129
Hotel Bijou
Hotel Bijou
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3.5
111 Mason St, San Francisco
from $149
More About Hotels near West Of Twin Peaks...

Twin Peaks Is More Than Just a TV Show

The Twin Peaks hills of San Francisco feature some of the best views in the city. This is due to their elevation, the second highest in San Francisco. There are three notable aspects of Twin Peaks. The lowest of the three is Christmas Tree Point, which offers a dazzling view of San Francisco Bay. The Peaks themselves are individually named. The North Peak is known as Eureka Peak while the South Peak is named Noe Peak. The San Francisco Marriott Union Square features a suite with a breathtaking view of Twin Peaks.

Keep an Eye on the Weather

Visitors should check the weather each day, as the views are determined by the climate. Fog can be an issue that limits perspective. The Holiday Inn Civic Center provides a good morning view that should help you to determine daily visibility at Twin Peaks. Travel during the summer to enjoy the best combination of warm weather and clear skies. To be safe, download a weather app and check it obsessively -- bad weather can ruin a trip!

Ride the Cable Car and Visit the Museum

In terms of reaching Twin Peaks, there are two primary forms of public transportation. The Bay Area Rapid Transit provides is the most popular choice. The Opal San Francisco Hotel is less than a mile away from a BART train that can take guests almost anywhere in the heart of San Francisco. Tourists looking to cross an item off their bucket list will inevitably choose a ride on the historic San Francisco cable cars. These vehicles traverse all the hills and slopes of the city. The Inn at the Opera is not only close to cable car transportation but also less than two miles away from the Cable Car Museum.

 

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