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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
The Top 10 Wedding Dress Shops in San Francisco

Union Square SF’s Wedding Guide 2015

The Top 10 Wedding Dress Shops in San Francisco

If you ask us Union Square is one of the most convenient places in San Francisco to plan a wedding and get married. We have all the top jewelry boutiques, bridal shops and event venues in the city, all within a few blocks. Plus, Union Square Park makes a fabulous proposal venue (just see this Youtube video of a flashmob proposal). Basically, you can get everything done in the heart of San Francisco and have time to actually enjoy the lead-up to this wonderful event! To kick off our 2015 bridal series, here is our list of the top 10 wedding dress shops in Union Square! 

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How To Save $300 on a Weekend in Union Square SF

Guest Post by Kevin M. Thomas, Director of Sales at the Hotel Mark Twain

San Francisco has developed a reputation as a not so affordable travel destination, and in some ways, this can ring true, particularly for travelers from outside the Bay Area.

However, having been in the tourism business for quite some time, I can tell you that any city has its peaks and valleys when it comes to travel. So if you’re planning a trip to Union Square, or really any metropolitan city, and you’re going for leisure with flexible dates, here are some tips to help you get the most for your money.

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