Business Travel Guide
The best hotels, restaurants and activities for San Francisco business travelers.
The Bay Area is a high-tech hub. Despite its size, San Francisco proper — population 864,816 — remains a major financial center, home to the headquarters of companies such as Charles Schwab, Wells Fargo, Gap and Bechtel. Amid the skyscrapers of the Financial District, the majestic Civic Center with a gold-domed City Hall, and the department stores and design firms of Union Square, a cornucopia of accommodations, dining, arts, and entertainment possibilities await — a reflection of the city's diversity and standing as a destination for domestic and international tourists.
From Chinatown’s alleys and a multitude of museums to the Ferry Building, much of what is worth experiencing sits a short walk or public transportation ride away from downtown. Take a look at GAYOT's San Francisco Business Travel Guide for essential information you should know for you trip.