Indulge in the Ultimate San Francisco Digs at Hilton Union Square

Hilton Union Square

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A quick walk from Union Square station, cable cars, and all that San Francisco has to offer, Hilton San Francisco Union Square is an ideal place for overcoming your jet lag, especially upon parting the curtains and realizing you have a private balcony all to yourself with city skyline views of icons like Coit Tower and the Bay Bridge.

Hilton Union Square

Most recently renovated in 2017, 1,919 rooms occupy a three-tower skyscraper making this not only the largest hotel in San Francisco, but the entire West Coast. No fewer than five on-site venues and bars give you an impressive array of choices even before stepping out into the street.

Hilton Union Square

Herb N' Kitchen's gourmet marketplace has fresh grab and go seasonal eats including just-made flat bread pizzas, salads, sandwiches, and locally-made snacks like Thatcher's White Cheddar Popcorn and Kika's Treats Chocolate Covered Espresso Shortbread Cookies. Breakfast buffets at Poached can't be missed with cooked-to-order as well as regional and international dishes.

Hilton Union Square

Urban Tavern showcases the bounty of the Bay area's seasonal ingredients with house specialties like Candied Pork Belly, Ahi-Salmon Hamachi Poke, Devil Fried Duck Eggs, Wild Mushrooms, and Blackened Cauliflower. Libations include your choice of 50 wines, all made within 50 miles of the hotel. A transformed lobby bar and Cityscape Lounge’s 46th-floor panoramic views are a perfect backdrop for savoring evening cocktails like Blackberry Old Fashioned and Cucumber Apple Martini.

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