Some people say it resembles a fire hose, but everyone agrees that Coit Tower is a spectacular place for panoramic views of the city. Slender and white, the cylindrical tower is best known for 360-degree vistas, including great views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Bridge, and the San Francisco Bay. Located in North Beach on top of Telegraph Hill, this 210-foot art deco tower features an observation deck with an arcade and skylights above. Before you ride to the top on the elevator, don't miss the collection of 1933 fresco murals inside. Inspired by the social artistic style of Diego Rivera, these murals are like a time capsule that depicts what life was like for working-class Americans during the Depression era.
Coit Tower is open from 10 am to 5:30 pm from March through September, and from 9 am to 4:30 pm from October through February. Tickets to ride to the top cost $5 for adults, $3 for seniors and youth, $1.50 for children, and free for children under 4. To reach Coit Tower, you can take Muni bus #39, book an Uber ride, or ask our concierge to arrange a taxi. Experience the best of the city when you stay at our waterfront hotel, which is perfectly situated to enjoy all the top attractions and things to do in San Francisco. Make your booking today!