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Where to stay in San Francisco

Condo vacation rentals in San Francisco

There are 1,036 beachfront rentals near San Francisco for all manner or mood of travel, availability of time off, and size of budget. So, if you are hoping for an affordable condo in San Francisco, you can find 10% of the condos available for under $117/night. Or if you are eager and able to splurge on a luxury vacation in San Francisco, there are 104 condos for rent between $565 and $8,000/night. Whether you are traveling by yourself, with a significant other, or a family of five, there are available condos for rent to make your California vacation a great experience which is completely in your control. Your San Francisco vacation should be as relaxing as possible, it’s vacation after all. When you are in a condo, you have the opportunity to make this vacation dream a reality. Most of the condos for rent in San Francisco have a full size kitchen so that meal time is more customized and at your own speed. An additional bonus of booking a condo in San Francisco for your vacation is the availablity of washers and dryers in unit; a major plus when packing light.

San Francisco has been a frequently searched travel destination this year and continues to grow in popularity for its number of available condo properties. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of available beach vacation rentasl from leading travel sites like VRBO (Vacation Rentals By Owner), Homeaway, Booking.com, and many more. Search your travel dates to find available San Francisco vacation homes for your beach trip.

Where is San Francisco

San Francisco is situated along the San Francisco Bay where fog often rolls in from the water. This Northern California city is known for its steep hills, cultural diversity and many tourist attractions that lure vacationers from around the world. Consider these suggestions when planning your stay in San Francisco.

Quick Guide to San Francisco

San Francisco is easy to navigate and many areas are walkable. It's a foodie town with so much to do that one trip may not be enough.
  • Golden Gate Bridge: The orange-colored Golden Gate Bridge is an iconic landmark. It opened in 1937 and stretches nearly two miles across the bay. Pedestrians, bicyclists and cars cross the bridge for picturesque views every day.
  • Fisherman's Wharf: This is a popular spot for visitors with restaurants, hotels, and bars. It's bustling with activity where sea lions lounge, streetcars connect and fishing boats coast in the harbor.
  • Golden Gate Park: One of the largest city parks in the world, Golden Gate Park covers 1,017 acres along the western edge of San Francisco. It houses gardens, picnic areas, museums, ponds, and sports facilities.

More Home-types in San Francisco

San Francisco has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in San Francisco:
- Oceanfront1,036 vacation rentals
- Beach1,036 vacation rentals
- Condo508 vacation rentals
- Apartment508 vacation rentals
- Hotel250 vacation rentals
- House206 vacation rentals
- Private Room37 vacation rentals
- Hostel16 vacation rentals
- Bed & Breakfast12 vacation rentals

Points of interests in San Francisco

San Francisco has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in San Francisco:
- Cable Car Museum: 266 vacation rentals
- Asian Art Museum: 257 vacation rentals
- Temple of Poi: 237 vacation rentals
- San Francisco CityPASS: 176 vacation rentals
- Coit Tower: 151 vacation rentals
- Musée Mécanique: 102 vacation rentals
- USS Pampanito: 97 vacation rentals
- PIER 39: 88 vacation rentals