Lodging Partners

Situated where everyone wants to be, Hilton San Francisco Union Square puts you in the heart of the city and Union Square, and in walking distance to cable cars, BART and Muni transit lines, diverse dining, spirited nightlife and, of course, vibrant craft beer scenes. This historic three-tower hotel provides rooms with city views, 16th floor pool deck, and the Cityscape lounge on the 46th floor. 

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Unlock the real San Francisco. Stanford Court's unique location is the perfect launch pad to experience all the things locals love to eat, drink, dance and do. Enjoy your stay, take in the city's engergy, and chill with whiskey, beer and a relaxed dinner at Seven Stills Nob Hill, located right within Stanford Court.

SPECIAL SF BEER WEEK PACKAGE

* Overnight accommodations
* 4-pack of Seven Stills' beer in room #pregaming - Learn more about Seven Stills Brewery & Distillery here.
* $25 credit for use at Stanford Court's on-site Restaurant & Lounge

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Parc 55 San Francisco, a Hilton Hotel, offers a sleek boutique hotel experience with spacious rooms in the heart of downtown San Francisco, close to the Financial District and on the cusp of SoMa ('South of Market') -- the perfect setting for a stay in the City by the Bay. The hotel is well connected to San Francisco's colorful neighborhoods, making it easy to enjoy local dining, craft breweries with super fresh beer, cultural attractions and coffee shops, all within a short walk from the Moscone Center and Union Square.

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Getting Around

SF Travel

SF Travel is a one-stop shop for exploring the city of San Francisco and surrounding areas, and a great place to start planning. Check out SF Travel's Guide to Public Transportation, which includes info, links and transportation costs for many Bay Area and City services (BART, MUNI, Amtrak, etc.). Tips: For MUNI times and buses, go to 511.org or you can call 511.

When using BART -- a.k.a. the Bay Area Transit System -- you can't go wrong visiting the Beer by BART page, a fantastic resource for mapping out your craft beer stops.


If heading north for, ahem, a certain special beer release, or any of the many exciting events being planned up there, swing by our friends at Visit Santa Rosa for advance travel planning and scheduling your stay.

There are many tour companies serving the Bay Area, and one of our favorites is SF Adventure Travel, which is very active in the craft beer community. Do a search to find their special beer week tours once the schedule goes live.

Of course, we encourage having fun at SF Beer Week events throughout the Bay Area, but please be responsible and use public transit whenever possible. Here’s a list of transportation options to help get you around!


 A designated driver option for traveling throughout the Bay! Capitol Corridor trains run from Auburn/Sacramento all the way to San Jose, with convenient stops in Berkeley and Oakland. For travel between the East Bay and San Francisco, Capitol Corridor connects to BART at the Richmond and Oakland Coliseum stations, and there's a dedicated Capitol Corridor bus for travel between the Emeryville Station and the Transbay Temporary Terminal in downtown San Francisco. With free wi-fi, spacious seats, and a Cafe Car for refueling, plan your travels at capitolcorridor.org.

San Francisco

Public Transit

SFMTA Route Guide

SFMTA Trip Planner

NextMuni.com

BART

Taxis

Yellow Cab: (415) 333-3333

Green Taxi: (415) 626-4733

Luxor Cab: (415) 282-4141

Desoto Cab Co.: (415) 970-1300

East Bay

Public Transit

AC Transit Schedules/Maps

511.org Trip Planner

NextBus

BART

Taxis

Yellow Cab Express: (510) 234-5555

Eco-Friendly Cab: (510) 548-1234

Regional Travel

Amtrak – Capitol Corridor
(between SF Bay Area and Sacramento)

Amtrak
General (throughout the SF Bay Area)