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Welcome to Alexis Park Inn

This Boutique Hotel is located in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco.

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Free Limited Parking

Free WiFi, 24 Hour Reception Desk, Close to Bart Station, NO Pets Allowed.

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Newly Remodeled Rooms

Desk, Air Conditioning, Safe, Hair Dryer, Coffee Maker.

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32 Inch Flat Screen TV

Cable TV with Extended Channels.

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Walk to Tommy's Joint

Close to Union Square and Mascone Center.

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Welcome to Alexis Park Inn

This boutique hotel in San Francisco city centre near the Tenderloin District and Union Squarewelcomes guests with environmentally friendly guestrooms with modern conveniences and a great location near many of the city's attractions.

Guests at Alexis Park will enjoy guestrooms with amenities such as 32-inch LCD flat-screen TVs, and free wireless internet access.

Just minutes from Union Square, the Moscone Center and the city's financial district, the Alexis is near the best of San Francisco. The hotel is also within walking distance of restaurants, shopping, tours and public transport.

Tenderloin District is a great choice for travelers interested in tourist attractions, architecture and city trips.


Closest Landmarks

Asian Art Museum 0.3 miles San Francisco City Hall 0.4 miles War Memorial Opera House 0.4 miles Bill Graham Civic Auditorium 0.4 miles Orpheum Theatre 0.5 miles Golden Gate Theater 0.5 miles Davies Symphony Hall 0.5 miles San Francisco Symphony 0.5 miles Curran Theatre 0.5 miles New Conservatory Theatre Center 0.6 miles

Most Popular Landmarks

Union Square 0.7 miles Lombard Street 1.2 miles Coit Tower 1.5 miles Ghirardelli Square 1.5 miles Pier 39 1.8 miles Alcatraz 2.9 miles Golden Gate Bridge 3.7 miles Fox Theater Oakland 8.3 miles Paramount Theater 8.5 miles Oakland Museum of California 8.5 miles

Closest Subway & Train Stations

BART - Civic Center Station Subway Station 0.5 miles BART - Powell St. Station Subway Station 0.6 miles Caltrain - 4th & King Street Station Train Station 1.4 miles F-Market Street Car Train Station 1.6 miles

Current Events in San Francisco

Carnaval Festival & Parade
May 26 - 27
One of the largest San Francisco festivals in May is the Carnaval celebration in the Mission District. The event lasts for two days over the Memorial Day holiday weekend. The colorful, lively Sunday morning parade brings Latin American and Caribbean traditional dances to the streets of SF's largely Latino neighborhood.
There is also a massive street fair spread out along eight city blocks, featuring food, more music and dance, and arts and crafts.

How Weird Street Faire
May 6
One of the most unique San Francisco festivals in May is the annual How Weird street fair held all day Sunday in downtown SF. The fair will include 11 stages of the best electronic music and will be full of people in colorful costumes dancing in the streets.
This is a truly eclectic festival, offering a Circus Alley, art and activities, food and drinks, technology demos, a cannabis market, and other fun exhibits. The theme for this year is Summer of Weird, in honor of the 50th anniversary of SFs Summer of Love.

Maker Faire Bay Area
May 18 - 20
Maker Faires are spreading the maker movement all over the world, a sensation that started right here in the Bay Area over ten years ago. The event is as simple as the title sounds, but way cooler than you can imagine.
This is a space for everyday people, including teachers, crafters, techies, students, engineers and artists, to show off what they have made and what they have learned. Youll discover some amazing inventions as you gather with other enthusiastic creators to celebrate the art of resourcefulness.

San Francisco Festivals in May Union Square Live
Wednesdays and Sundays all month
You're in luck, because it's that season again--the season of free biweekly outdoor shows in the heart of San Francisco. Some of them are actually dance classes where you can learn to salsa or tango. Others are dazzling performances by cultural groups like the Chinese lion dancers.
In fact, the ongoing summer festival Union Square Live offers so much variety, you might even catch a circus, theater, or live music show. Just head to the center of all the action, in the plaza of Union Square, any Wednesday at 6pm or Sunday 2pm.

SF International Arts Festival
May 24 - June 3
Of all the San Francisco festivals in May, this one unites the most diverse group of artists and audiences from around the globe. The SF International Arts Festival proudly welcomes artists from over 50 different countries, including those whose work has never before been seen in the US, as well as local Bay Area artists who are collaborating across borders on creative projects.
It is the festivals goal to form lasting relationships among the 270 arts ensembles. Just wait until you see the beautiful results of these unique unions at the Fort Mason Center.

Cinco de Mayo Festival
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As Cinco de Mayo falls on a Friday this year, the 14th annual Mission District festival will be held all day. The street fair will transform one of the citys trendiest and most lively strips of shops and restaurant Valencia between 21st and 24th Street into a family friendly celebration of Mexican and Latin American cultures. It runs from 10am to 6pm.
Enjoy authentic food, music, dance, and art in SFs traditionally Latino neighborhood.

Yerba Buena Gardens Festival
Several in May
The Yerba Buena Gardens Festival is an ongoing summer festival of free performances that opens this month. From May to October, this cultural center provides five to seven shows a week—many on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, but also some on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the afternoons.
The performances include jazz, classical, and world music concerts, as well as traditional and contemporary dance. This festival gives you lots of great excuses to take an hour or two out of your day and relax on the grass at these gardens in the SoMa District.

Taiwanese American Cultural Festival
May 12
The Taiwanese American Cultural Festival is another one of the San Francisco festivals in May that celebrates the traditions of a particular cultural group and proudly shares them with the broader community.
At this annual event in Union Square, you can taste delicious Taiwanese cuisine, admire the folkloric costumes and dances, and get involved at the interactive booths. Learn about the history and customs of this island nation and maybe even get your fortune read.


Hotel Features

Free WiFi
Free Limited Parking
24 Hour Reception Desk
Located in Tenderloin District
32 Inch LCD Flat Screen TV
Cable TV with Extended Channels
Coffee Maker
Air Conditioning
Safe and Desk
Hair Dryer
Free Toiletries
NO Pets Allowed

 

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Activities : Here are a few of the very best. And, just click around this web site or search for many more details, pictures, and ideas. For example, check out nearby towns and San Francisco neighborhoods . You'll be amazed at the number of pleasant, beautiful, truly exceptional activities!

Airport : SFO's AirTrain provides year-round service 24 hours a day, with station departures as frequent as every four minutes. AirTrain is wheelchair accessible. Space is designated for wheelchairs at each end of AirTrain cars. Elevator service is available at all AirTrain stations. If you lose an item on AirTrain, you can contact the Lost and Found.

Attractions : Alcazar Theatre: Surrounded by brick apartment buildings and cheap hotels, the neighborhood's most ornate building is a historical landmark and home to hit plays ("The Vagina Monologues" enjoyed a long run here). The Byzantine-style structure -- originally built for the Shriners in 1917 -- is sometimes open for self-guided tours, so call ahead for details. 650 Geary St., (415) 441-4042.

Business : Moscone Center has several conventions with great parking

Dining : The Tandoor-loin Bordered by O'Farrell, Geary, Leavenworth and Taylor streets, a little grid in the Tenderloin has become the unlikely hub of Indian food. In more than half a dozen restaurants in four square blocks, and a couple more places nearby, hip couples in de rigeur black chat on cell phones, women in saris admonish their kids, and cab drivers leave their taxis idling -- all as they down a mango lassi or quick tandoori kebab.

Downtown : San Francisco Bay Ferry operates a ferry from Alameda/Oakland to San Francisco. There are arrivals/departures from Pier 41 at Fisherman's Wharf and the Ferry Building on The Embarcadero. For more information please visit their website .

Events : Welcome to our guide to the biggest and best annual San Francisco events and festivals. Our hand-picked month-by-month selection will provide inspiration for things to do in the city year-round, but events are subject to change so check individual websites or contact the venue before making plans. Further essential dates on the calendar include weekly farmers' markets and food truck gatherings .

Golf : Located within a national park, San Francisco's Presidio Golf Course is renowned for its spectacular forest setting, as well as its challenging play. Once restricted to military officers and private club members, today the 18-hole course is open to the public. Presidio G.C. offers a full service restaurant, a driving range and practice facility, and an award winning golf shop that offers the latest in golf equipment and apparel. Presidio Golf Course is a contributing feature of the Presidio's National Historic Landmark status.

Government : Learn about programs designed to attract and retain businesses in the City ranging from workforce development and neighborhood revitalization, to international business and development planning.

Hospitals : The Emergency Department at UCSF Medical Center provides care to patients with urgent medical conditions ranging from complex problems such as heart attacks and strokes to simple but pressing conditions such as cuts and broken bones. Care is provided 24 hours a day, serving more than 40,000 patients a year.

Shopping : San Francisco offers some of the best shopping in the world, so it is no wonder that tourists and serious shopaholics alike want to spend some time and money in San Francisco's varied shopping centers, districts and malls. Union Square, Hayes Valley, Haight-Ashbury, upper Fillmore, the Mission, Sacramento Street, Chinatown and downtown's San Francisco Shopping Center

Sports : Being a Giants Season Ticket Member means more than just great seats to baseball games at AT&T Park. Along with receiving great savings on your tickets compared to single game buyers who pay dynamic prices, Season Ticket Membership is a package of exclusive perks, privileges and special opportunities.

University : At the University of San Francisco, there's always a spot at the table. Top of their class, first in their family, least included, most likely to — we've chosen to make USF diverse. And it's our job as an inclusive community to find common ground and then move to higher ground. Explore the vision and values that make USF unique.

Wineries : No wine region in California draws as much attention as Napa Valley. For many who are visiting San Francisco, tasting the wines are a must. There are now over 400 wineries in Napa, from mom and pop types of places to large state of the art facilities. If you have a chance to visit while you're in the Bay Area here are 10 that are open to the public for tasting and be sure to keep your eyes open for these producers in local restaurants and wine shops.

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