Stay at Royal Pacific Motor Inn in San Francisco, CA
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Inn located on the border of Chinatown and North Beach is close to San Francisco attractions like Fisherman’s Wharf and AT&T Stadium
Hotel at a Glance: Royal Pacific Motor Inn
Located on the border of Chinatown and North Beach, Royal Pacific Motor Inn provides a convenient stay near some of San Francisco’s iconic attractions. Just a short distance away is Fisherman’s Wharf with its colony of sea lions and historic ships, and a quick bus ride away is AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants.
- Spacious and clean rooms provide views of the surrounding San Francisco area.
- Schedule a tour of some of the city’s best attractions.
- Explore Fisherman’s Wharf, home to sea lions, historic ships, crab stalls, and postcard-views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz.
- Catch a game at the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Stadium, just a short bus ride away.
San Francisco’s North Beach: Bakeries, Scenic Vistas, and Beatnik History in City’s Little Italy
From its cafés serving especially strong espresso to its bakeries selling cannoli and focaccia, North Beach has held to its Italian heritage since fishers from Genoa immigrated to the area more than a century ago. Sandwiched between Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf, North Beach centers on Washington Square park, which abuts the Saints Peter and Paul Church. To find the epicenter of the neighborhood’s noticeable beatnik influence, walk about three blocks south to City Lights Bookstore. The independent bookstore and publisher has remained a symbol of San Francisco’s literary scene and progressive politics since the 1950s, when it was a hangout of Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac.
To the east is Telegraph Hill, a primarily residential enclave with one of the city’s most popular vistas. From Washington Square, head east and keep climbing up. At the top, you’ll reach Coit Tower, a 210-foot monument that many have described as resembling a giant fire-hose nozzle (though that was not the designer’s intent). Take the elevator to the tower’s observation deck to be rewarded with panoramic views including the Golden Gate Bridge to the west, Alcatraz Island to the north, and the San Francisco skyline to the south.