Layne Hotel

545 Jones Street, San Francisco, California, 94102, United States
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68%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
26%
35
Very Good
30%
40
Average
12%
16
Poor
13%
18
Terrible
18%
24

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  • Families50
  • Couples52
  • Solo75
  • Business71

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New Year Eve 2011 , NYE in San Francisco, where is the best party?

by danielle2000

Hi, I am looking for the best party in SF for New Year Eve 2011.
thanks

Re: New Year Eve 2011 , NYE in San Francisco, where is the best party?

by gilatlan

Hi Danielle,
Here is an awesome party in a beautiful place Carnelian By the Bay on the waterfront behind the ferry building. It is Black and White Ball, 3 rooms, 3 different musics....

Here is the link for the NYE details and tickets
http://www.eventbee.com/view/nye2011/track/gilles

Enjoy your NYE 2011 :)

Re: New Year Eve 2011 , NYE in San Francisco, where is the best party?

by Agraichen

New Year's Eve 2011 isn't for another 13.5 months. You might want to consider 2010 but get ticket quick as it's late in the year to be thinking of major SF events.

Re: New Year Eve 2011 , NYE in San Francisco, where is the best party?

by rkearns

the castro baby!

Travel Tips for San Francisco

Painted ladies

by Dabs

Although the term can also be used to describe loose women, San Francisco's famous Painted Ladies are multi color houses built during Victorian and Edwardian times (roughly the mid 1800s to about 1915), most frequently in the 3 story Queen Anne style. We didn't see the most famous of the painted ladies in Alamo Square, 712-720 Steiner Street, but I think they actually look kind of dull compared to the ones we stumbled across in the Haight Ashbury district although they do appear to be easier to photograph without the annoying overhead wires. Technically a painted lady must be painted in three or more colors, they also usually have a lot of architectural embellishments making them look like gingerbread houses.

Don't ask me what streets we were on when I took these photos but all of them were just a block or two off Haight Street to the east of Ashbury.

Photo 1 is the grandest of all the painted ladies we saw as it sits on a corner and you can see the entire house, not just the front facade plus it's painted in a bazillion colors, not just the minimum three.

Photos 2 and 3 are the more typical painted ladies in the 3 story Queen Anne style

Photo 4 are the most brilliant houses we saw, some people might think they are a little garish but I think they are fabulous

Photo 5 is a store on Haight Street

The Mission

by RblWthACoz

The Mission is a great neighborhood, though probably not for everyone. With it's heavy Latin influence, there are many restaurants that are worth visiting. And not just holes in the wall. Foreign Cinema (world reknowned) is right in the midst of the Mission as are several other great eats. I have also found some interesting shopping finds here, like an all Greek store. Things like that help to make the Mission greater than people might expect after just taking a glance on the surface. burritos at El Farolito

Jackson Square

by gilescorey

One of my favorite spots for architecture in San Francisco is Jackson Square. The old mercantile buildings of this neighborhood survived the great quake and offset the financial towers behind with great contrast. This is a logical stop on the way down from Coit Tower

Stroll through the various...

by Roland-SFO

Stroll through the various neighborhoods - SF is a wonderfully diverse and colorful city. In addition to the typical cable car and wharf tourist thing, spend some time in neighborhood parks - stroll through the Golden Gate Park or climb to the top of Nob Hill, and enjoy the visual and cultural tapestry that is San Francisco. I live here - my life is filled with great images of San Francisco!

The cable cars are what I...

by ihaiag

The cable cars are what I remember most about SF, but there are many wonderful things to do and see in this city. I was on my own here and I found getting around no trouble at all. Another hi-lite was Lombard Street. However ensure that you get the correct cable car so you don't have to walk from the bottom to the top. It certainly is worth while.

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Address: 545 Jones Street, San Francisco, California, 94102, United States