Extended Stay Hotels in San Francisco: Top Lodging Recommendations for Longer Stays in SF

Are you staying in the City by the Bay for a more extended time? If so, you are probably looking for the best-extended stay hotels in San Francisco.

Here you will find my top recommendations. All of these hotel rooms are a little larger and include either a small kitchen or kitchenette. They also include additional sitting or work areas, so you don't have to spend all your time on your bed.

Extended Stay Hotels in San Francisco

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Club Wyndham Canterbury at San Francisco

Address: 750 Sutter Street

Nightly Rates: Starting from $274 - $399

Neighborhood: Lower Nob Hill

The first on my list of extended stay hotels in San Francisco is the Wyndham Canterbury San Francisco. All of the rooms here are suites with separate living rooms. They also include a small kitchen area so you can make a few basic meals.

The rooms at this three-star hotel are modern with bright, colorful accents. Additional amenities include:

  • Business center
  • Game room
  • Fitness center
  • Wheelchair access
  • Dry cleaning and laundry service

The Lower Nob Hill area is within walking distance to several key SF neighborhoods, including Union Square and the Financial District. Just steps away from this hotel, you will find a large selection of restaurants and bars where you can mix with the locals. NOTE: Depending on when you stay here, they may require a two-night reservation.

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Fairmont Heritage Place Ghirardelli Square

Staying at Ghirardelli Square

Address: 900 North Point Street, Suite D100

Nightly Rates: Range from $700 - $1,800

Neighborhood: Fisherman's Wharf

The Fairmont Heritage Place is the most expensive and most luxurious of the extended stay hotels in San Francisco on my list. This five-star hotel offers one, two, and three-bedroom apartments.

The hotel is relatively new and is in the historic Ghirardelli Square building. It's less than a block from the San Francisco waterfront, so each room has an amazing view of the bay.

The rooms also have an outdoor terrace with a fire pit. In addition, you will find a small kitchen in each apartment.

Other key amenities here include:

  • Free high-speed internet
  • Fitness center and restaurant on site
  • 24-hour butler and concierge services
  • Chauffeured luxury house car service that takes guests within a few miles of the hotels
  • Continental breakfast each morning
  • Afternoon wine and cheese reception
  • Twice-daily housekeeping
  • Pre-arrival grocery shopping for a small fee
  • Pets allowed

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Steinhart Hotel and Apartments

Address: 952 Sutter Street

Nightly Rates: Start at around $205

Neighborhood: Lower Nob Hill

Another one of the extended stay hotels in San Francisco is the Steinhart in the Lower Nob Hill neighborhood. This three-star hotel offers suites only. All have a small kitchen with a microwave and a small refrigerator.

Guests are required to stay a minimum of five nights here. Some of the amenities you will find at the Steinhart include:

  • Free high-speed internet
  • Housekeeping service once a week
  • BBQ grills and patio
  • Cable TV
  • Private phone number & personal answering machine
  • Discounted health club pass
  • Pets allowed

Lower Nob Hill is a great location for those staying for a long period of time. It's centrally located, close to several public transportation options, and in the middle of dozens of top restaurants, bars, and other retail shops.

Other Extended Stay Options

Other Extended Stay Options in Nob Hill and the Mission District

In addition to these hotels, you can also rent an individual apartment from a local. This might sound like a more-risky option, but with TripAdvisor reviews, you get a good feel for what it's like to stay in each available place.

I love having more privacy with no one coming in or out of the apartment while I'm gone. I do this often when I travel. When I stay for a more extended time, I feel that I can unpack and be more at home than in a hotel.

If you are planning on staying for a long time in San Francisco, some of the neighborhoods I recommend are:

Nob Hill: Safe, central location with high-end shops, restaurants, and bars

Mission District: Very local feel. It's more of a transitional neighborhood, so make sure to find a place on the western side of Mission Street

Noe Valley: Not touristy at all, mainly locals. Stay on the eastern side of this neighborhood for good access to public transportation

Pacific Heights: Beautiful, historic neighborhood where you will mostly run into locals

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Other San Francisco Hotel Options

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