Although San Francisco is better known for luxury hotels, the East Bay also has its share of elite hotels, some with amenities not found in hotels across the bay.
To meet the continuing demand of more than 3.6 million annual visitors, San Francisco has an extensive collection of hotels, with an impressive collection of luxury hotels.
A new design for the Warriors arena on Piers 30-32 along San Francisco’s waterfront will be released on Tuesday, but will the changes be enough to satisfy the concerns of the naysayers?
With record heat in some parts of the country this summer, there really is no better way to stay cool during hot weather than with a swimming pool. Read on for some of the best hotel pools to take a dip.
When congratulations are in order because you’re tying the knot, couples looking for a destination wedding and honeymoon in San Francisco’s East Bay will want to look into these top five suites. The best of the East Bay’s hotels offer plenty of frills, superb views, cozy firesides for a champagne toast, jacuzzi tubs and spacious accommodations for two.