Furnished Apartments in San Francisco

Serviced Apartments in San Francisco

Known for its Golden Gate Bridge, make the most of your stay in California’s biggest tourist and business hub with top-serviced apartments in San Francisco. Offering ample space and privacy. Enjoy a home away from home with amenities like a fully furnished kitchen and Wi-Fi.

Top Neighbourhoods to stay in San Francisco

Our serviced accommodation in San Francisco is the best way to experience a fulfilling and memorable stay in the vibrant city.

  • North Beach - Perfect for tourists and young professionals looking to experience living with the Italian-American community. Known for its quirky cafes and restaurants.

  • The Castro - Popular for its vibrant LGBTQ community and the iconic Castro theatre.

  • Mission District - Known for trend-setting boutique and live music clubs.

  • Marina District - Northshore of the city known as a historic military base.

  • Nob Hill - One of the more upscale neighbourhoods of San Francisco. The iconic cable car museum is also situated here. 

  • Financial District - Business centre of San Francisco with many top corporations having offices and headquarters here.

  • Hayes Valley - Known for designer fashion boutiques and being a cultural hub.

  • Pacific Heights -Home to San Francisco's affluent community, known for its elegant architecture and suburbs.

Benefits of Booking San Francisco Serviced Apartments

Our serviced apartments in San Francisco are an ideal choice for a stay in Sunset City. As guests, you can enjoy having spacious accommodations all to yourself.  We offer a wide range of furnished rentals to ensure our guests find a furnished apartment that caters to their needs. Here are some of the benefits of staying in a furnished apartment in San Francisco, CA:- 

Privacy and Personal Space

When it comes to considering housing options for comfortable living in San Francisco. Our housing in San Francisco allows you to unwind in complete privacy. Cook your favourite dish or catch up for some last-minute work. With the benefit of having distinctive spaces, you can make the most of your stay.

Comfort and Convenience 

Staying in our furnished accommodation in San Francisco translates to a seamless experience for our guests. The living room is a stylish space with a wide-screen television for entertainment.  The bedroom is a softer, quieter space for rest. The layout of our apartments makes it more inviting because it resembles a home away from home.

Top Locations

Location plays a vital part in the overall experience of the city. Our serviced apartments are in some of the prime locations, such as the San Francisco Bay. Those looking for short-term accommodation can consider our move-in ready serviced apartments in San Francisco. Our properties are near public transport to make your commute easy.


Travellers having special needs can also consider staying at our serviced accommodations. Most of our accommodations are accessible to guests with special needs with facilities such as wheelchair accessibility. Guests planning to bring their furry companions can also consider their stay at our pet-friendly apartments.

Corporate Housing in San Francisco

Business travellers coming to San Francisco can enjoy their stay at one of our corporate housing in the tech capital of California. Unwinding after a hectic day is super simple with weekly housekeeping service. Some of our apartments have more amenities such as meeting rooms and onsite gyms. Book from our wide range of corporate housing options.

Business travellers will appreciate having public transportation near their apartments. Plus, they will have easy access to key business and commercial hubs such as Financial District.

Short Term Rentals in San Francisco

Our short-term rentals in San Francisco provide you with an apartment that is the perfect blend of comfort and convenience. Located in prime locations such as Nob hill and North Beach. Our experienced team ensures you get an apartment that has high-quality amenities and fittings. We also provide our guests with 24-hour support in case of any issues. Whether you are a solo traveller or with a group our furnished apartments come with ample space and privacy. Book from our curated portfolio of short-term rentals for a memorable stay in San Francisco.

Holiday Apartments in San Francisco

When the name San Francisco pops in anyone's head the image of Golden Gate  Bridge pops up. However, the Golden City has much more to see and discover than the iconic landmark. Our holiday apartments in San Francisco allow tourists to make the most of their vacation. Our apartments have a resemblance to a home away from home. Making it easy to familiarise yourself with the new space. With amenities such as a fully furnished kitchen, Wi-Fi and other essentials. With locations near the popular landmarks and attractions travellers will have an unforgettable stay at our holiday apartments.

Cost to stay in San Francisco 

The cost of living in San Francisco is 25 percent higher than other California cities and 76 percent higher than other US cities. Choosing to stay in our furnished apartments offer more value in terms of comfort and convenience when compared to other alternatives. The average cost to stay in a San Francisco serviced apartment can range from $105 per night and can go up to $700 per night. 


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Facts About San Francisco

San Francisco is well-known for the Steep Streets, Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz. As compared to the other cities in the U.S. it is the thirteenth largest city in terms of area.

Some of the remarkable facts about San Francisco are as follows:

  • San Francisco’s famous fog has been nicknamed as ‘Karl’ by the locals.
  • The Chinese fortune cookie was invented in San Francisco.
  • The famous Golden gate bridge was meant to be Black and gold.
  • San Francisco is known as the hilly city as it is built on more than 50 hills. 
  • Prior to being named in 1846, the city was known by the name of Yerba Buena.
  • When the rest of the nation was reeling under economic meltdown, none of the banks in San Francisco was affected; rather two bridges were constructed during the Great Depression, the Oakland Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge The United Nations Charter was drafted and ratified in San Francisco in 1945.
  • The last full concert of the Beatles was hosted at Candlestick Park on August 29, 1966. The park had a capacity of 42,000 and only 25,000 tickets were sold
  • San Francisco’s Port was full of abandoned ships after the Gold Rush waned. The materials from these ships were later on repurposed for homes and buildings.
  • The abundance of, low resin, water-retaining, and Redwood trees in the city helped save the rest of the city from the devastating fire
  • The only non-stationary National Historical Monument is in this city, San Francisco’s cable cars.
  • In 1848, the first Chinese immigrants to the United States came to San Francisco. 
  • The world-famous denim jeans were invented by Levi Strauss in San Francisco to be used by the Gold Rush miners who required durable and comfortable clothing material to withstand wear and tear.

Tips for Visiting San Francisco

  • San Francisco is known to have microclimates; sea breeze can dip the mercury of the otherwise moderate during the daytime and cold during the night. So be prepared with your warm clothing for the nights and light fabric to wear during the day. 
  • Check out the Ferry Building Marketplace for tasting wine and go on a walking tour.
  • Apart from availing the public transportation, you will be climbing a lot of hills. So, get yourself a good pair of walking shoes. Sunglasses are also recommended to prevent bits of grit and debris getting into the eyes due to gusty wind.
  • Be prepared to face the fog that reduces visibility.

Things To Do in San Francisco

San Francisco has several places of tourist attraction to visit and fun activities to do.  Let’s take a look at some of them.

  • What are popular things to do in San Francisco? 

Play an adventure game of fun scavenger hunt in San Francisco's Embarcadero. Breakfast at Sears Fine Food and then you can visit Union Square or the Ferry Building for shopping. 

  • Does San Francisco have many romantic attractions?

The fog in the hills of San Francisco lends a romantic feeling. There are Ocean Beach and the Golden Gate Bridge, for romantic walks and spectacular views.

  • What are family-friendly things to do in San Francisco?

There are many family-friendly things to do in San Francisco, discovering the Natural World at the California Academy of Sciences, seeing animals at the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens, a visit to the Exploratorium or going to the Aquarium in the Bay area to admire the sea life or better still you can go on a tour to the Chocolate Factory.

  • What are unusual things to do in San Francisco? 

Among the many usual things to do, you could Cross the Golden Gate Bridge, Zip through Lombard Street, see the ocean locals at the Aquarium of the Bay, challenge yourself to an escape game, or sail the Bay for a spectacular view.

  • What are some free things to do in San Francisco? 

Among the many things to do for free in San Francisco, you can drive down Lombard Street, take a walking tour of the city, visit a free museum, take a Cable Car ride, see the Sea Lions at Pier 39, walk across the Golden Gate Bridge or check out the Golden Gate Park.

Places to Visit in San Francisco

Some of the top places to visit in San Francisco on your bucket list should include the following:

  • The Golden Gate Bridge: gracing San Francisco Bay is California's icon. It is popular among tourists for clicking photographs. An orange structure that has blue water in the backdrop makes for a splendid view. At night the view of the flood-lit bridge is equally striking.
  • Alcatraz Island: Here you can visit the notorious historic Alcatraz penitentiary, amongst America's most notorious prisons. It was functional for almost thirty years, after which it closed down in 1963, reopening as a tourist attraction in 1973.
  • Fisherman's Wharf: It is among the most popular tourist areas of San Francisco and one of the best places to visit. It is famous for its restaurants, shops, and beautiful setting beside the waterfront.
  • Chinatown: It is the largest Chinatown outside Asia and the oldest in North America. Visit Chinatown during Chinese holidays or the Chinese New Year celebrations. It is the best in the entire North America.

Places to Eat in San Francisco 

Of the many good places to eat while visiting San Francisco here are some that are worth mentioning:

  1. Empress by Boon: It is owned by the Malaysia-born Michelin-starred Chef Ho Chee Boon, it is among the exciting restaurants in San Francisco inaugurated recently. The menu emphasises contemporary recipes to present traditional Cantonese dishes prepared using local ingredients, mostly from the restaurant-owned organic farm in Gilroy, California.  
  2. Nari: It is the most recently opened restaurant by Chef Pim Techamuanvivit. It is led by women including a chef de cuisine. It is a modern Thai restaurant serving some traditional Thai recipes using locally grown seasonal ingredients. The menu has large servings for sharing that include rich lamb curries, pork belly,eggplant, and Cornish game hen. 
  3. Liholiho Yacht Club: It serves Tuna Poke on Nori Crackers, Scallops with Misoyaki pork belly, squash, pecans and grapes, house-made spam and clamshell mushrooms, or Kimchi fried rice with smoked egg yolk, Baked Hawaii, prepared with vanilla chiffon and caramelised pineapple ice cream is a specialty here.
  4. Taj Campton Place: You can have exotic Southern Indian food by Chef SrijithGopinathan or Maine lobster in a curry broth, slow-cooked lamb served over basmati rice, duck breast with rhubarb and basil, and snap peas. To top it up you have cumin-lime yogurt.

Street Food in San Francisco 

Some of the best Street Food to have in San Francisco are served in Chinatown, the Crab recipes at the Fisherman’s wharf chowder and crab sidewalk stand, the authentic North Indian/Pakistani Tender Kebabs or the slow-cooked Silken Curry at the Zareen’s. For Korean Street food you can visit Aria. While in San Francisco, scout around for lesser known yet tasty street food delicacies served here, along with the famous abalone, Dungeness crab, bay shrimp, Sand Dabs and crusty sourdough French bread. 

Shopping in San Francisco

You can shop at the international famed luxury department stores or can purchase locally made items by artisans. For high-end exclusive fashion and home décor, San Francisco offers numerous options.  Union Square is the most frequently visited shopping Centre in San Francisco. Here you will get all the big renowned brands. 

Transportation in San Francisco

San Francisco offers a host of options and means of transportation to avail for travelling. You can choose from Streetcars/Trolleys (called Muni Metro), City buses (called Muni),BART trains at the Bay Area Rapid Transit, City buses (called Muni), San Francisco Bay Ferries, and Cable cars. There is the Golden Gate Transit (SF & North Bay buses) and the Golden Gate Ferries and the free shuttlePresidiGo, 

Weather in San Francisco

The summers in San Francisco are stretched, with an arid and comfortable climate. The winters are shorter but cold and wet as well as partly cloudy. The temperatures around the year vary from 45oF to 72oF and seldom below 39oF and rarely do the temperatures go above 83oF. The best time to visit San Francisco is from the third week of June till the first week of October.