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Smart stays in San Francisco from $127/night

Whether you come to explore Alcatraz, enjoy local cuisine, or see resident seals lounging along Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco has a wealth of exciting treasures to keep you busy.
/ Source: Sherman's Travel

Book by: Feb. 26
Travel by: Through winter

The deal
Whether you come to explore popular tourist attractions like Alcatraz, enjoy fabolous local cuisine, or see resident seals lounging along Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco has a wealth of exciting treasures to keep you busy. We've rounded up several smart deals that will save you money on hotels and vacations from as low as $127/night.

Up to 40 percent off: Cathedral Hill Hotel stays from $127/night
Situated between Union Square’s top-of-the-line shops and the extraordinary neighborhood of Japantown, the centrally-located Cathedral Hill Hotel offers affordable rates at a top-rated property. Amenities include a heated pool, fitness center, and onsite restaurant along with 396 spacious guestrooms decorated in classic early 60s California design. Rates through winter start at just $127/night, up to 40 percent off regular rack rates.

The St. Regis San Francisco from $272
Located right next door to San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the green and wooded esplanade of the Yerba Buena Gardens, the St Regis San Francisco offers travelers a luxurious hideaway in the heart of the city’s vibrant downtown area. The elegant five-star property features personalized butler service, a state-of-the-art fitness center, as well as the sophisticated Remède Spa offering a range of classic and personalized treatments. Winter rates for spacious superior guestrooms start at just $272/night if you book by Feb 26th.

30 percent off: Three-night stay at the InterContinental Mark Hopkins with flight from $505
You can also save 30 percent by booking your flight and hotel together with this affordable vacation package on offer from Travelocity. Starting from just $505, you can enjoy three nights at the historic Intercontinental Mark Hopkins hotel, a deluxe Nob Hill area property that first opened its doors in 1926. Conveniently situated near three cable car lines and close by to the neighborhoods of Union Square and Chinatown, this luxurious property has a 24-hour fitness center, room service, high-speed internet, and several onsite bars and restaurants. For spectacular 360-degree city views that take in the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz, head straight up to the elegant Top of the Mark lounge, famous for its 100+ martini menu.

The dollars
Based on double occupancy. Taxes and fees are additional.

The catch
On the whole, San Francisco winters are mild compared with the rest of the country, though rain and storms are common from December through February. Dress appropriately and pack your umbrella.