Stay Near the Top Things to do in San Francisco

The King George puts a million things to do in San Francisco at your doorstep! Cable cars, Union Square, the Theater District, fine dining and world-class shopping are all within one block, not to mention the world-renowned nightlife in San Francisco.

The King George Hotel is located in the heart of Union Square and the Theater District, walking distance to Chinatown, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Moscone Convention Center and Rapid Transit Services.

Top 10 Must-See San Francisco Attractions

Financial District

Rank as one of the top four financial center of the country, the "Wall Street West" begins at Montgomery Street and extends east toward the Embarcadero.
 

Union Square

A "shopaholics paradise," Union Square is the third-largest shopping area in the United States.
 

Fisherman's Wharf


Famous for its Italian seafood restaurants with waterfront views and specialty family entertainments. It is the city's quintessential tourist destination.
 

Moscone Convention Center


San Francisco's premier meeting and exhibition facility. The center includes 700,000 square feet of exhibit space, 106 meeting rooms and 123,000 square feet of pre-function lobby.
 

Cable Cars (California St. Line)


San Francisco's beloved cable cars are the only vehicles of their kind still in operation and are designated National Landmarks.
 

SBC Ball Park


Home of the San Francisco Giants Located on the scenic waterfront, it is accessible by every means of public transit.
 

Ferry Building


Recently restored, this San Francisco landmark with its imposing clock tower, serves as transportation hub and modern marketplace.
 

The Embarcadero


The City's spectacular new waterfront was a $150 million project to demolish and replace the freeway damaged in the 1989 earthquake.
 

Golden Gate Bridge/ Vista Point


The crown jewel of the Bay, this landmark is San Francisco's greatest visual identifier. It took 4 years to build and has hosted nearly 2 billion drivers in its lifetime.
 

China Town


Chinatown feels like a whole other continent sitting inside a city that could be a whole new other planet.