JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square
Stylish and sleek, the sweeping architecture draws couples in and then the vast, magnificent lobby takes their breath away. Discover…
Have your own Summer of Love in the groovy Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. Take your honey’s hand and stroll along the beautiful bay in Golden Gate Park. Enjoy a honeymoon of romantic dinners and dancing in SOMA, the city’s super-trendy nightlife district. Couples can even escape the city and hop a train to the grassy knolls of Bayview for a romantic picnic and champagne by the water. From fancy dancing to funky galleries, honeymoon days in San Francisco are a California dream. And, of course, LGBT honeymooners will feel right at home in this ultra-tolerant city where a gay community famously thrives.
Discover the oldest Chinatown in North America with colorful markets showcasing artisan crafts and oriental souveneirs, then dine on some of the tastiest Chinese food this side of the Pacific. Or, check out the restored Victorian houses and hippie history in the charming Haight-Ashbury district. Today’s couples won’t have to drop acid to blast off to honeymoon happiness – they’ll be too busy sipping coffee at hip cafes, finding their wedding song in funky record shops, and shopping at the trendy boutiques that line the Haight-Ashbury streets. Nice people, warm days and laid-back honeymoon fun…whatever you choose to do, a honeymoon in San Francisco is a funky and sweet romantic treat.
History-loving honeymooners will want to explore the city’s famous hills in old-fashioned trolly cars, then head straight to SOMA and browse an incredible variety of art in the galleries and museums. Come night, enjoy a world-class dinner at intimate restaurants serving everything from authentic Thai and Indian to classic American comfort food.
Finish off the evening swinging your sweetie to the beat at an exciting San Francisco nightclub. With so much to see and do, your honeymoon in the vibrant city of San Francisco can be whatever you want it to be…tune in, feel the love, and never have to worry about a “bad trip!”