The Galleria Park Hotel sits in an art-deco building a convenient location in the heart of San Francisco. Located close to the city’s central transport systems, the hotel is just a few blocks from Union Square, Chinatown, the Financial District and the San Francisco Modern Art Museum.
The 177 are decorated with subtle neutral tones, clean modern lines and works of contemporary art. Rooms enjoy views of either the busy urban streets or the quieter interior courtyard, and there's a rooftop terrace which provides sweeping view of the city.
There is also a French brasserie, a fitness room and complimentary wine tasting each evening in the lobby.
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The hotel has five room categories and two suites. The entry-level deluxe queen rooms offer street or interior courtyard views. The next category up are the deluxe king rooms, which feature the same amenities but are larger in size and feature a larger bed. The Sutter Suite and the Gallery Suite offer more space and are located on the corners of the building.
All of the rooms feature a palette of white and silver-grey tones, with bright splashes in the artwork and textiles. Rooms feature high-speed Wi-Fi, iPod docking stations, Illy espresso machines and a mini bar that's fully stocked with drinks and sweet and savory snacks.
Conveniently located in the heart of San Francisco, the Galleria Park Hotel provides easy access to everything the Bay area has to offer. The hotel has easy access to San Francisco's central transport systems including the BART, MUNI Streetcars direct to Fisherman’s Wharf, and the city's cable cars at Powell Street. The hotel is also just ten minutes from the shops, bars and restaurants of Union Square.
Food and Drink
Adjacent to the hotel is the Gaspar Brasserie. Stylishly decorated with deep-red leather banquettes and dark wood, this French restaurant sources local ingredients to showcase the best of the region with classic Gallic dishes. Cognac and Champagne cocktails are their specialty.
Facilities and Activities
The Galleria Park boasts a large rooftop terrace which features an urban garden with seating and a walking track. There is also an indoor gym and yoga mats can be requested for use in your room from reception.
Morning tea and coffee is provided in the lounge and every evening the hotel also hosts a tasting of local wines.
Located in a historic building, rooms here tend to be on the small side (they often are in the city), but they are beautifully appointed and offer a boutique character which is often difficult to find in the city.
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Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
This three hour tour begins in Fisherman’s Wharf where you will be provided with a current year model bike with front handlebar bag, rear gear rack, and city map.
On this two hour cruise, enjoy sunset views and a light buffet that includes a complimentary drink.
Learn about Chinese tea, explore the markets on Stockton Street, and see fortune cookies being made at the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory on this guided tour of San Francisco’s Chinatown.
Sonoma and Napa counties' Mediterranean climate makes them the premium wine grape-growing regions of the USA.