Bordered by Powell, Stockton, Post and Geary Streets, Union Square is one of the top 4 shopping areas in the United States and is home to some of San Francisco's best restaurants. Union Square has the largest assortment of department stores, modish boutiques, touristy shops and salons in the western United States. Impressive hotels, small motels and theaters add to Union Square's vibrant, 24 by 7 spirit.
Maiden Lane, famous for upscale shops and art galleries, connects with Union Square at Stockton Street between Post and Geary Streets. Visitors can shop at upscale department stores and boutiques to discount shops. Explore Macy's, enjoy the views, relax at the square, shop at Saks Fifth Avenue and Victoria's Secret.
Go to nearby Market Street and visit the San Francisco Shopping Center across from the Powell Street Cable Car turnaround. To travel to and from Union Square, use the Powell Street Cable Car line, Street Car (F-line) and BART stations on Market Street at both Montgomery and Powell Streets.
The Westin St. Francis has been a San Francisco landmark since 1904. The Grand Hyatt Hotel is also located on Union Square. If you like the neighborhood, stay at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square. Enjoy dining at their in-house Japanese restaurant or eat at the rooftop restaurant with great views of the city. Another nice choice would be the Executive Hotel Vintage Court, Union Square, which is modeled as a wine-country retreat.
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