Grove St 465,94102 San Francisco37.777454 -122.424103
Hotel-Baujahr 2004, Letzte Gesamt-Renovierung 2009, Anzahl Etagen 3, Gesamtanzahl Zimmer 40, Hotel
From 101 South: From San Francisco International Airport, San Jose - Silicon Valley, San Jose International Airport: Take 101 North San Francisco exit 101 Mission St. towards 101 Van Ness, then left on Grove Street. The hotel is located two blocks between Gough and Octavia. ## 101 North (Petaluma, Santa Rosa): Take 101 South to Golden Gate Bridge to 101 Lombard Street. Head towards 101 Van Ness, then right on Grove Street and the hotel is located two blocks between Gough and Octavia. ## From I-280 South (San Jose, Daly City): Take I-280 North to 101 North San Francisco exit 101 Mission St towards 101 Van Ness, then left on Grove St.. The hotel is located two blocks between Gough and Octavia. ## From I-80 (Reno, Sacramento): Take I-80 West to Bay Bridge to 101 North. Exit 101 Mission St towards 101 Van Ness, then left on Grove Street and the hotel is located two blocks between Gough and Octavia. ## Overview of Area: The Days Inn Downtown/Civic Center is located just 2 1/2 blocks from the tallest Dome in the United States. The gold-domed City Hall was modeled after St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. We're within 1-5 blocks walking distance of the San Francisco Ballet, the War Memorial Opera House, the Davies Symphony Hall, the San Francisco Opera House, the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, the Federal Building, the San Francisco Public Library, the Bart Civic Center Station and the Orpheum Theater. A couple of blocks or just a few minutes drive is the Union Square, a shopper's paradise of designer boutiques and large department stores; the Crookedest Street in the world located in the Russian Hill district; the famous Golden Gate Park is among the world's greatest urban parks; the Pier 39, one of the most visited attractions in California, is located at Beach Street and the Embarcadero just two blocks east of Fisherman's Wharf; or as you pass through the dragon-adorned Pagoda Gates on Grant Avenue at Bush Street, your senses will be tempted by the aroma of ethnic cuisine, bright neon an dthe sound of foreign language - the Chinatown; or atop Telegraph Hill is the 210-foot Coit Tower, built with funds left to the City by philanthropist Lillie Hitchcock Coit for the beautification of San Francisco. Due to Coit's admiration for the fire fighters who fought the 1906 earthquake fires, many believe the tower was designed in the shape of a fire hose nozzle. Enjoy the beauty of everyone's favorite city. We're near major transportation lines for easy access to Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown, Japantown, Golden Gate Park and Bridge, Embarcadero, Financial District or the Convention Centers.