San Francisco’s busiest month of the year is August so it is wise to book a room early. This year, in particular, booking early will be important as San Francisco is home to the America’s Cup, an international competitive sailing event that is expected to attract many tourists to the Bay Area this summer.
There are hundreds of hotels and bed and breakfasts in San Francisco. Using Tripadvisor.com, you can search your options by price range and see reviews and photos. Often, you can use Priceline.com to bid on hotel stays at the larger hotel chains and get rooms for less than the rack rates listed online. Cheaper stays can be found in Downtown Oakland or Berkeley, which is a short BART train ride away from San Francisco.
The Metro Hotel, Haight/Ashbury, $70 and up/night
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