Serviced Apartments in Russian Hill

Furnished Apartments in Russian Hill

Opting for furnished apartments in Russian Hill is a smart move, going by the area’s affluent and picturesque character. A high-end San Francisco locality, it draws its name from one of the 44 hills and the original Seven Hills. You will enjoy staying in a locality that can be aptly described as cinematic and pristine! Russian Hill is a tranquil and peaceful neighborhood with its monumental Edwardian homes and huge mansions along with its classic establishments.

Some of Our Top Serviced Apartments in Russian Hill, San Francisco are:

Every one of our furnished apartments in Russian Hill comes with the best amenities for contemporary travelers. These include free Wi-Fi, fully equipped kitchens, all vital appliances and comfortable beds among others.

Where to Stay in Russian Hill

There is sizable demand for serviced apartments in Russian Hill, particularly on thoroughfares like Lombard Street, Francisco Street and Leavenworth Street among others. Lombard Street is famous for its 8 switchbacks or sharp turns on the roads, giving it a reputation as the world’s crookedest street! Vallejo Street is another good option worth considering.



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Facts About Russian Hill

Russian Hill is bordered by Nob Hill, North Beach and Fisherman’s Wharf. It is also near Marina District and Cow Hollow. Ghirardelli Square lies at its northern foot, nestled along the San Francisco Bay Waterfront. Going down Columbus Avenue and Lombard Street will take you to the North Beach locality.

Here are some interesting facts about Russian Hill:

  • The name dates back to the time of the Gold Rush when settlers found a Russian cemetery on the hill. 
  • Russian merchant and naval ships frequented the area from the 19th century and crew members were reportedly buried in this cemetery. 
  • The cemetery was ultimately removed although the name of the hill remained intact. 
  • Views from the top cover several zones including Marina County, Bay Bridge, Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. 
  • Russian Hill houses the San Francisco Art Institute and the Academy of Art University. 
  • Owing to the steep nature of the hill, many parts of Green and Vallejo streets are veritable staircases. Another feature is the pedestrian only tag for lanes like Fallon Place and Macondray Lane. 
  • The Alice Marble Courts are four iconic tennis courts situated at Hyde and Lombard Streets. They offer North Beach and Bay views while accommodating a next-door basketball court as well. 
  • The school building of the Jean Parker Elementary School was developed in 1911 and rebuilt once again in 1996. 

Weather in Russian Hill 

Russian Hill has long, comfortable and mostly clear summers along with cold, shorter and wetter winters. Throughout the year, temperatures usually hover between 45 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit. They rarely surpass 83 degrees Fahrenheit or go below 39 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time of the year for tourists is between late June and early October. This is a great period for enjoying outdoor activities and the delightful warm weather.

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