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What area to stay in?

Cincinnati, Ohio
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What area to stay in?

We are visiting San Francisco for three days in July before going to Yosemite (celebrating our 30th anniversary). We are thinking of staying at a Marriott, but don't know which one would be the better location - JW Marriott or Fisherman's Wharf. Any help? Any suggestions of other hotels?

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1. Re: What area to stay in?

Not sure of the location of the Marriott but as far as preferred areas to stay - difficult to say. We have stayed at Fisherman's Wharf, Marina district and Union Square. Prefer Union Square area and you can always catch the cable car over to Fisherman's Wharf and back. Just more central for what we like to do.

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2. Re: What area to stay in?

I would stay in Union Square before Fisherman's wharf.

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3. Re: What area to stay in?

I would definitely stay in Union Square, rather than Fisherman's Wharf. Union Square is much more central, and has better access to more modes of public transport (street cars, cable cars, BART, buses, etc).

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4. Re: What area to stay in?

We going to be in SF end of June early July. We just got a great rate at the JW Marriott a 5* in Union Square - see forum Differences between JW Marriott or Campton Place Hotels

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