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6 Reasons to take your kids to The Ritz Carlton in San Francisco for a fun weekend vacation!
Over spring break I decided I wanted to treat my daughter to a night in San Francisco. I grew up there and love playing tourist, but she only goes occasionally. I’m trying to get her to fall in love with it as much as I do so when she grows up she’ll move there with us.
We normally stay in the Market Street/Union Square area when we go to the city, but for this trip I wanted something a little different. I decided on Nob Hill for our stay because of it’s proximity to Chinatown. I really wanted to take her on a tour of Chinatown, because it’s one of my favorite parts of San Francisco and she hasn’t been there since she was too young to remember.
There are several beautiful hotels on Nob Hill but only one that I absolutely love: The Ritz-Carlton. I loved when I stayed at The Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay, so I knew we’d love to stay at the one in San Francisco too.
If you’ve ever considered a quick weekend away or a beautiful stay in San Francisco, here are 6 reasons why you should take your kids to The Ritz-Carlton San Francisco.
1. The Location
The Ritz-Carlton San Francisco is located in the perfect spot on Nob Hill. It’s just up the hill enough you get a good workout walking to and from union square, plus it’s right on the cable car line for quick hops on and off. It’s a quieter area of the city, so you don’t get all the same traffic noise you’ll get on Market Street or SOMA, and it’s beautiful. The views from the streets are gorgeous; you can see the bay!
It’s an easy walk to many restaurants, coffee shops, and bars, as well as Walgreens and any other stores you might need incidentals at. And, of course, it’s only a few short blocks from the entrance to Chinatown, with it’s famous scenery, stores, and restaurants.
The hotel has a gorgeous facade, and almost looks like a museum! Jordan loved every minute of being at the hotel.
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