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4 Best Business Hotels in San Francisco

With the recent tech boom bringing more and more start-ups and international corporations into San Francisco, the city has become a major hub for conferences and business meetings of all kinds.

This increase in business travelers to the city has led to a boom in business hotels in San Francisco. The following hotels cater to visitors with prime business locations and amenities that enable travelers to get their work done both during the day and when they retire to their hotel room at night.

Hotel Nikko San Francisco

If you’re looking for a full-service hotel during your stay that provides plenty of extra perks for guests, book any of the 500 available modern rooms at the Hotel Nikko San Francisco. From the second you arrive in the city, an airport shuttle takes you straight to the hotel so you don’t have to worry about transportation. Besides a central location next to Union Square, the hotel provides business travelers a business center and a great fitness center, heated indoor and outdoor pools, and a sauna at which they can relax. At the end of the day, grab a bite at the downstairs ANZU restaurant or head to one of the many bars and restaurants in the area to experience a bit of the city after a hectic day of meetings.

Grand Hyatt San Francisco Union Square

For travelers combining a business trip with a family vacation, the Grand Hyatt San Francisco Union Square is the perfect place to book a room. In addition to a fully equipped business center and luxurious rooms with Wi-Fi, the Grand Hyatt provides child care and family activities for guests so children can stay entertained while work is getting done. Not to mention that the hotel’s location in the heart of downtown San Francisco will give family members on vacation plenty of things to do and see, while the Grand Hyatt’s excellent concierge service can help point all visitors in the right direction for their needs.

Galleria Park Hotel

Some business travelers want a cozy, calm place to retreat to after a hard day of work, and no hotel is better for that than Galleria Park Hotel, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel. Besides the more personal touch of a boutique hotel, guests can expect luxurious rooms with comfortable, spacious work desks, and a daily complimentary wine hour to help unwind. The hotel also features a “secret garden” with benches and a walking track to help get visitors away from big-city stresses.

Stanford Court San Francisco

The four-star Stanford Court San Francisco on top of Nob Hill features high-tech rooms with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, free HBO, and iPod docking stations, yet still maintains an elegant and comfortable ambiance. The rooms provide stunning views of San Francisco, and the downstairs business center helps guests get through their work. Best of all for business visitors who can’t leave their pet at home, the hotel is very pet-friendly.

If you are visiting San Francisco on business, book your stay at one of the above business hotels in San Francisco to guarantee a great experience even after the conference is over.

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