Welcome to the Hotel Astoria
The Hotel Astoria, one of San Francisco’s best values, is located at the corner of Bush and Grant, right at the entrance to Chinatown. This historic hotel caters to both business and leisure travelers that appreciate a budget friendly hotel of tasteful simplicity.
Situated in the heart of San Francisco, Hotel Astoria is loved by all guests for its perfect location and walking distance to many of San Francisco’s most popular destinations. The renowned Union Square and Financial District is just two blocks from the hotel. Fisherman’s Wharf, the Moscone Convention Center, and other hotspots are just minutes away, as well as local public transportation such as BART, MUNI, & the famous San Francisco cable cars. Hotel Astoria is close to numerous fantastic shopping centers, theaters and some of the city's finest and most famous restaurants, featuring cuisines from all over the world. Hotel Astoria is neighbors with the French Consulate and the German Culture Center and welcomes guests from all around the world looking for an affordable and comfortable stay in San Francisco, the city by the bay.
Facilities and Services
- 24 hour front desk & concierge
- Complimentary WiFi is available in the lobby and in the 2nd floor meeting room. Guest would need to bring their laptops or electronic devices to access this service.
- Continental breakfast is available daily in the 2nd floor Dining Room.
- Postal and parcel service
- Muni, Bart, Air tickets and dinning information services
- Reservation service for guided San Francisco City and Bay Area Scenery Tour
- Hot drinking water available at the lobby
- Meeting space
- Airport-bound shuttle reservation services upon request
- Luggage storage service
- Nearby parking garage (450 Sutter St @ Stockton) available for a special discounted price of $26 per day (24 hours) for regular size cars. For oversize vehicles, the cost would be $30 per day. IMPORTANT: Please check-in at hotel before entering garage to receive the discount price and a validated ticket.
San Francisco City
Conservatory of Flowers
The Conservatory of Flowers at Golden Gate Park opened in Golden Gate Park in 1879. The Conservatory features more than 1,700 varieties of tropical plants, from palms to cycads to cacao.
Designed by Arthur Brown Jr. as a civic center, it was part of the American Renaissance movement—a period when the United States experienced a rebirth in literature, art, architecture, and music.