Hilton San Francisco Union Square
Hilton San Francisco Union Square, is located in the Theater District, and puts you in walking distance to cable cars and Moscone Center and about 1 mile from Chinatown and Nob Hill. This historic three-tower hotel provides rooms with beautiful city views. Experience great views from the Cityscape lounge on the 46th floor or relax on the 16th floor pool deck.
Reservations and Travel Tips
Book your room online or call the Hilton San Francisco Union Square at (800) 445-8667. Be sure to mention CU Conferences to receive rates starting at $279.
Parking (subject to change):
Self-Parking: $66 per day/Valet $79 per day
Rates are based on availability. If you are unable to book a room, call CU Conferences at 888-465-6010 for assistance.
The weather in San Francisco during the month of July is pleasant. The average temperature is comfortable with temperatures in the mid to high 60s during the day and mid 50s in the evenings.
Airport and Ground Transportation
San Francisco Airport (SFO): Approximately 30 minutes from the hotel.
*Taxi fare is approximately $60 to the hotel.
*Uber is approximately $40 to the hotel
*These are only estimates. Rates subject to change.
Hitlon San Franciso Union Square Experience
The Urban Diner and Bar is one of several places to dine and network at the hotel.
Take a ride on a cable car as you explore San Francisco
One of the many outdoor spaces to enjoy.
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