Hotel Zephyr At a Glance
Heated outdoor pool
Gorgeous views of San Francisco Bay
Full Service Resort
From the moment you step into the revitalized lobby and hotel rooms, you'll enjoy San Francisco charm and clean, contemporary style. The Hotel Zephyr features 355 guest rooms with flat-screen TVs, premium linens and fresh, updated bathrooms, perfect for your business or leisure trip. You'll also enjoy an on-site Business Center, a 24-hour Fitness Center, a heated outdoor pool, complimentary Wi-Fi and gorgeous views of the San Francisco bay. Thanks to the hotel's unrivaled location at Fisherman's Wharf, you will be just steps from San Francisco's best attractions, including ferries to Alcatraz, Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco's historic cable cars, as well as world-famous shopping, dining and entertainment at Pier 39.
One of the best-located hotels in San Francisco Bay, the Hotel Zephyr places you within easy walking distance of authentic Italian restaurants, comfortable cafes, friendly sports bars and the city's freshest seafood at Fisherman's Wharf and nearby Pier 39. Try local favorites like authentic sourdough bread at Boudin Bakery—just one block away—or head one mile south of the hotel to taste mouthwatering cuisine in ChinatownBack to Top
Perfectly situated in the heart of Fisherman's Wharf, the hotel puts you just a short walk from some of the best restaurants in San Francisco. Our hotel's ideal location in Fisherman's Wharf makes it easy for you to savor clam chowder in a famous San Francisco sourdough bread bowl for lunch, and then sit down to a gourmet dinner with unbelievably fresh seafood and California’s finest wine. In addition to close proximity to the area's best seafood restaurants, the hotel also offers short walks to family friendly dining options, including authentic Italian eateries, neighborhood cafes, American diners, Chinese restaurants and sports bars and grills.
Top restaurants near the hotel include:-
Bistro Boudin - 0.1 miles from hotel
Hard Rock Cafe - 0.2 miles from hotel
Franciscan Crab Restaurant - 0.3 miles from hotelBack to Top
Things To Do
• Cable Cars - It's really compulsory to hang off the side of a cable car in San Francisco. Grab one from Market Street to Fisherman's Wharf on Powell-Hyde & Powell-Mason lines. California line runs from Financial district through Nob Hill to Van Ness Ave.
• Golden Gate Bridge - Decisions, decisions... walk, cycle, drive or take a helicopter flight over the bridge.
• Union Square - Great shopping! Enjoy the hustle and bustle of Union Square.
• Alcatraz - Prison for first half of the 20th century, now a fab tourist attraction. Ferry across to this un-missable landmark. Tickets are definitely recommended to be pre-purchased before you go, these sell out months in advance in high season (May-Sep).
• Sausalito - Spend an afternoon in this seaside town browsing the cafés, restaurants, shops and galleries.
• Fisherman's Wharf/Ghirardelli Square - Take a walk along Pier 39 and see the Sea Lions that have made the wharf their home. Also a great place for souvenir shopping! Chocolate lovers - wel Ghirardelli Square is the place to check out - home of chocolate by the same name - fabulous sundaes, choc treats to die for!
• Ferry Building - Shop at the Farmers' Market with the locals for great food and crafts.
• Lombard Street - Drive or walk down the most crooked part of the street between Hyde and Leavenworth streets - beware... it's steep!
* Alamo Square - See the six sisters and other “painted ladies” , the famous row of Victorian houses.Back to Top
There's something for everyone at Fisherman's Wharf: food, views, history, family fun and more. A food lover's haven, Fisherman's Wharf boasts some of the best dining in the world. Salivate over fresh Dungeness crab served steaming hote at outdoor stands or in a variety of gourmet recipes at the Wharf's many seafood restaurants. During the day, street performers are here to tirelessly entertain you: magicians, mimes, musicians, jugglers, clowns and fire-eaters take pride in their efforts to make you feel welcome at Fisherman's Wharf. At night the wharf offers live music, theater, dancing, comedy clubs just to name a few.
One of Fisherman's Wharf's most popular attractions, the amazing sea lions of PIER 39 hold huge appeal for visitors of all ages. Most of the year, you can find hundreds of these local sea mammals gathered on the docks beside PIER 39, cavorting, eating and basking in the sun. Their numbers vary depending on time of year, but their distinct barks can always be heard from blocks away.Back to Top
San Francisco's Union Square is sure to have you gawking and shopping 'til you drop, with haute couture, department stores, and almost every retail chain you can think of, and it's not all the city has to offer. Antiques, art, and unique boutiques of every type abound in other neighbourhoods as well. This elegant square in the heart of downtown is flanked by San Francisco's most glittering boutiques such as Tiffany and Co. , as well as major retailers like Macy's and Neiman Marcus.Back to Top
Over the course of its history Alcatraz - known as The Rock - has been a Civil War fortress, infamous federal prison, bird sanctuary, the first lighthouse on the West Coast, and the birthplace of the Native American Red Power movement. Today, more than a million people come to Alcatraz each year to learn about the island's human history and to see its birds, tide pools and gardens. To this day, Alcatraz is best known as one of the world's most legendary prisons.You can see easily see The Rock from anywhere along the Wharf's shoreline. Numerous cruises take you around and to the island.Back to Top
Visitors come from around the world to experience this awesome place. Many, of course, think of Yosemite Valley, inspired by images of Half Dome, El Capitan, Yosemite Falls, and other icons of "the incomparable valley." Especially for those whose travel plans call for "Yosemite in a day", the Valley is the destination.Travel through the Great Central Valley and into the Sierra Foothills where the Forty-Niners panned for gold. Follow the beautiful Merced River to the Sierra Nevada Mountains.Back to Top