Never Too Early to Think About Planning for Labor Day
If you’re looking to stay in the city for Labor Day weekend festivities, you will want to book your room in advance as nearby hotels fill up quickly. If you’re looking to come to San Francisco outside of the Labor Day, here are our best areas to stay in San Francisco.
If You’re Looking Root, Root, Root for the Home Team: SOMA
Baseball fans can cheer on their favorite team as the San Francisco Giants take on the New York Mets in a three-game series. The weekend schedule includes Star Trek night on Aug. 31 and Pediatric Cancer Awareness Day on Sept. 1. If you’re looking to stay near AT&T ballpark, you’ll want to book a hotel room across the street at the brand new Hotel Via. You can also find a plethora of nearby hotels just blocks from the stadium.
If You’re Looking to Admire the Architecture: Anywhere
One of the countrie’s largest architecture festivals, Architecture and the City, takes place all month long, and features walking tours, festivals, exhibitions, lectures and more. This year’s theme is “Secret City,” and will uncover the many layers of San Francisco and how architecture and design play a key role in the ever-changing landscape.
If You’re Looking for a Weekend Filled with Culture: SOMA
The May through October Yerba Buena Gardens Festival offers Manila Disco Fever on Sept. 1. Bring your rock ‘n’ roll energy to the party and then head to a nearby hotel for some rest and relaxation.
If You Want to Enjoy Labor Day on the Other Side of the Golden Gate Bridge: Sausalito
More than 30,000 people come into Sausalito during Labor Day weekend for the annual Sausalito Art Festival. If you’re wanting to celebrate the arts and partake in the cornucopia of food, beer and wine offerings while watching the special entertainment, you might want to make a weekend trip of it and stay at a nearby hotel in Sausalito or Marin, such as the highly rated Cavallo Point, The Lodge at Tiburon, and Waters Edge Hotel.
Visit the event calendar for a complete list of Labor Day Weekend events and activities happening across the San Francisco Bay Area.