Epic Experiences in San Francisco
San Francisco is a city with iconic experiences and attractions. Whether you are in the city for business or pleasure, our knowledgeable team can help guide you to the most authentic San Francisco experiences. Start planning your trip now and browse through some staff favorites, your city insiders as a guest at Hotel Fusion.
Savor the best food in town at Taste on Ellis. -Adrienne P.
Rent a bike at Fisherman’s Wharf and ride across the Golden Gate Bridge. Numerous photo opportunities along the way. Make sure to bring a jacket as it get breezy on the bridge. -Ian K. Bellman
Enjoy views of the bay, craft beer and a Giants game at AT&T Park . Your experience isn’t complete without lots of garlic fries - Jonathan C. Front Desk Supervisor
Hike to the top of the park for a breathtaking view of the San Francisco skyline and the Bay Bridge. - Jonathan C. Front Desk Supervisor
Explore the colorful murals of the Mission District. Make sure to spend some time lounging in Dolores Park where you can view the famous Painted Ladies. -Raffy L. Bellman
Get inspired and fuel your creative side with modern art. The largest in northern California, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) is just a 10 minute walk from Hotel Fusion. - Ian K. Bellman
Make a memorable experience and tour San Francisco on a Segway. - Rita C. Reservations
Take a trip to the SF Zoo which has a little puffer steam train and a thousand fascinating animals and birds from all over the world; including a marvelous tiger!
Enjoy a romantic stroll around the Palace of Fine Arts. Originally built as a temporary structure for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco locals loved it so much it became a permanent part of the city. -Jonathon C. Front Desk Supervisor
Go to the top of Coit Tower for panoramic views of San Francisco. You should also plan to spend some time exploring the numerous murals. -Rita C. Reservations
Buckle up for a thrilling ride on the RocketBoat, operating May through October, and get an adrenaline filled boat tour of the bay.
Treat yourself to some Gelato in Little Italy and relax in Washington Square Park. This lively urban oasis was one of the first parks in the city and is surrounded by cafes and restaurants. -Rita C. Reservations
Join in a San Francisco New Year’s day adventure with a cold dip into the bay for the Polar Bear Swim. -Scott W. Assistant General Manager
Recreate the Summer of Love and head down to Haight-Ashbury to explore your love of tie-dye, vintage clothes, books and records.
Take a coffee and a friend down to the Wave Organ for some beautiful views. Enjoy some relaxing “music” created by this unique sculpture and watch the boats coming in and out of the marina. You can hear the organ best at high tide.
Walk over to Union Square for the ultimate shopping experience. When you get tired, energize at one of the outdoor cafes or coffee shops. Lots of outdoor cafes where you can sit and enjoy the energy of downtown San Francisco.
Take a short BART ride over to Berkeley from the Powell Street Station You can explore the legendary Gourmet Ghetto. The restaurants in this north Berkeley neighborhood have inspired numerous food trends and movements.
Board the Ferry across the bay to the small mediterranean style town of Sausalito. Tucked into the hills of Marin county this community is famous for it’s charm and “floating homes”.
If you are feeling adventurous take a piece of cardboard down to the Seward Street Slides. Perfect for those who never want to grow up. Be warned, it is not a ride that is not for the faint of heart
Keep a sharp eye out for the Peregrine falcons of San Francisco. These birds can reach speeds up to 200 mph in a dive, and you might spot one when wandering through the financial district.
Party for days at one of San Francisco’s outdoor musical festivals. Outside Lands , Treasure Island Music Festival and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass are just a few examples. The music and eclectic culture that you find at these festivals will make it an experience of a lifetime.
Blow your mind at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, where science is really fun. This hands on museum has exhibits that will stir your curiosity and inspire new perspectives
Take a 10 minute walk from Hotel Fusion to Dragon’s Gate , and step into another world. Chinatown’s unique shops, architecture and food are a great afternoon adventure.
Visiting Alcatraz is a must for any San Francisco visit. If you want to make this experience especially epic, take a night tour. Spots are limited for these special tours, plan ahead.
Walk down, or walk up for little cardio, the famous crooked section of Lombard Street . You will be amazed by this small, unique section of San Francisco