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There's a reason why Union Square is the most visited neighborhood in San Francisco...

We boast an extensive collection of boutique and luxury retail shops, flagship hotels, art galleries, cafes, restaurants, theatres and night clubs, all surrounding a beautiful urban park. Union Square is a wonderful place to enjoy an afternoon of shopping, indulge in a delicious meal, sip a cup of coffee at an outdoor café, catch a show, grab drinks with friends or just people watch. All this plus a wide array of fabulous hotels where you can rest in comfort make Union Square a gathering place and destination.

To plan some fun activities during your visit to Union Square SF, check out our events page, which we update regularly with live concerts, theatrical performances, food and wine gatherings, movies in the park, cultural celebrations and much more.

For a more in depth look at what we have to offer in Union Square, including features on shops, hotels and restaurants, special events, fashion, beauty and the arts, please visit our blog.

Most Recent Blog Posts
5 Summer Cocktails in Union Square SF

If you know San Francisco, you know that August is just the beginning of our real summer, which often stretches through October, so we thought it would be a perfect time to introduce you to some refreshing summer sippers from some of our top cocktail bars. Check out these 5 fantastic concoctions from some of the city’s top bar talent, and come visit us for happy hour this week! 

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Union Square: Then and Now

**Guest Post by Matthew Rubenstein, Hotel G Associate Sales & Social Media Manager

My favorite part about Union Square is how its rich history has a way of popping up when you least expect it. Somehow, things from so long ago can still find a way to surprise you. These surprises can come in the form of a passing cable car, and the spirited bell ringing style of the operator jolting me out of a daydream as I walk down Geary St. Other times it can come from some obscure tidbit of San Francisco trivia overheard from a passing tour guide who just happens to be dressed up as Emperor Norton. But the one thing I’ve found is that no matter how much time I spend actively searching them out, the best stories seem to always find me.

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