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Homes in San Francisco

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Top-rated vacation rentals in San Francisco

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Private room in Outer Sunset
#2 Private room with private bathroom with tub
Newly remodeled SHARE HOUSE with a private bathroom in the Sunset District. This home is beautiful and immaculately clean. There are multiple modes of transportation within walking distance. Several nearby restaurants, supermarkets and stores. All guest stay in the house must add to your information to the reservation each additional guest $20for a night The space Supermarket, Restaurants and Muni bus are all walking distance and very convenient check out the house rule before your booking .
$68 per night
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Private room in Lower Haight
Best Location-Private Room with Ensuite Bath
Experience San Francisco in the heart of the city. Tree lined streets filled with historic Victorian homes. Our home was built in 1902 and has been completely upgraded and renovated with respect for the original Victorian design. Private hotel-style room with private en-suite granite everywhere bathroom. Private food prep area with microwave, Keurig, and mini-fridge is in your room. Coin operated washer/dryer. Housekeeper comes 3 times a week to insure the shared kitchen stays clean.
$85 per night
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Private room in Lower Haight
Jazzy Private Room - Best Location
The best location in the heart of San Francisco. Charming residential neighborhood filled with tree lined streets and historic Victorian homes. Just two blocks from the Church Street subway stop where all MUNI subway lines stop. Comfortable premium brand queen size mattress. High Speed WiFi. Roku TV. Thermostat controlled in-room gas fireplace. Ceiling fan. Our housekeeper comes three times a week to insure the shared 2-2/2 bathrooms and large shared gourmet kitchen stay clean.
$79 per night
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Stay near San Francisco's top sights

Photo of Union Square
Union Square818 locals recommend
Photo of Pier 39
Pier 39413 locals recommend
Photo of Golden Gate Park
Golden Gate Park1,721 locals recommend
Photo of Oracle Park
Oracle Park591 locals recommend
Photo of Lombard Street
Lombard Street347 locals recommend
Photo of Chinatown
Chinatown554 locals recommend

Apartments in San Francisco

Rental unit in San Francisco
View of Mission Dolores Church in a garden setting
$186 per night
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Private room in Mission District
Friendly Stay in the Mission #2
$70 per night
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Rental unit in Pacific Heights
FABULOUS 1 BEDROOM UNIT IN PRIME COW HOLLOW
$135 per night
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Private room in Mission District
Friendly Stay in the Mission #3
$65 per night
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Rental unit in San Francisco
Relaxing private suite in Noe Valley San Francisco
$123 per night
Private room in San Francisco
Airy private room in quiet home, Castro
$90 per night
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Rental unit in Castro
Luxury Studio 2 minutes from Magical Dolores Park
$227 per night
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Private room in Downtown San Francisco-Union Square
Nobhill PRIVATE ROOM #3 w/ private en-suite bath
$79 per night
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Private room in San Francisco
Sunny castro view room & private bath
$69 per night
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Rental unit in Castro
Charming Edwardian Castro District 1BR Apartment
$140 per night
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Rental unit in Mission District
Light-filled studio in the Mission
$200 per night
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Private room in Mission District
New Private Room in the Upbeat Mission
$105 per night
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Condos in San Francisco

Condo in San Francisco
Stunning Castro Condo with Breathtaking Views
$293 per night
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Condo in Hayes Valley
Tranquil Updated Studio in Central Historic District
$158 per night
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Condo in San Francisco
Spacious 1-bdr/ba Victorian aptm w/ city views
$140 per night
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Private room in San Francisco
1 Room in a 2 BR in quiet SF neighborhood
$80 per night
Private room in Bernal Heights
Beautiful Victorian Bedroom in Mission
$90 per night
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Private room in Lower Haight
Clean, quiet and central, w/garden view
$88 per night
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Condo in Pacific Heights
Executive, remodeled studio in PacHeights
$170 per night
Private room in San Francisco
Castro Top floor with 2 beds city views 800 SQFT
$114 per night
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Private room in San Francisco
Centrally Located Modern San Francisco Charm
$108 per night
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Private room in Potrero Hill
Private, quiet, cozy, fully loaded kitchenette
$165 per night
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Condo in Hayes Valley
Brand New Hayes Valley Luxury Condo!
$169 per night
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Condo in Bernal Heights
Garden Studio Retreat or Remote Office
$129 per night
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Cottages in San Francisco

Cottage in Nob Hill
Nob Hill Gardens Cottage
$250 per night
Cottage in San Francisco
Private Garden Cottage behind lovely Victorian
$114 per night
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Cottage in North Oakland
Luxury Cottage in Garden & Jacuzzi under stars
$146 per night
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Cottage in Noe Valley
Hand Crafted Cottage
$265 per night
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Cottage in Daly City
Mini cottage near San Francisco & SF airport
$68 per night
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Cottage in Alameda
Quaint Early 1900s Cottage Close to Park, Beach and Hiking
$110 per night
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Cottage in North Oakland
Magical Modern Cottage with Garden
$155 per night
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Cottage in Richmond
The Villa - Walk to BART
$86 per night
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Cottage in Pacifica
Fully Equipped Cozy Cottage 5min Walk to Beach
$188 per night
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Cottage in Oakland
Trixie's Studio Garden Cottage
$125 per night
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Cottage in Mill Valley
Downtown Mill Valley Beautiful Cottage
$359 per night
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Cottage in San Francisco
Charming 1925 Merced Heights Home Guest Suite
$159 per night
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Stays in Union Square

Private room in Downtown San Francisco-Union Square
#4private Bathroom/balcony next toThe Ritz Carlton
$142 per night
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Private room in Downtown San Francisco-Union Square
Nobhill PRIVATE ROOM #4 w/ private en-suite bath
$79 per night
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Rental unit in Downtown San Francisco-Union Square
Nob Hill Hideaway 3
$89 per night
Hotel room in Downtown San Francisco-Union Square
Stratford Cozy Queen
$119 per night

Stays in Civic Center

Fashionable · Vibrant · Historic · Residential · Hip · Classic · Thriving

Private room in South of Market
Beautiful Victorian room in SoMa, near BART!
$78 per night
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Condo in Civic Center
Hayes Valley-QUIET modern condo near food/bars/art
$126 per night
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Private room in Hayes Valley
Victorian Heart of the City Golden Gate Pvt Room
$80 per night
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Private room in South of Market
BLUE HEAVEN Luxurious Velvet & Fur Bedroom in Soma
$91 per night
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Stays in Fisherman's Wharf

Vibrant · Historic · Classic · Busy · Quiet

Private room in Fishermans Wharf
Spacious Room in the heart of North Beach
$48 per night
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Private room in Marina District
My house is your house BY THE BAY
$100 per night
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Private room in Russian Hill
ROOM Marina LOCATION LOCATION
$35 per night
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Serviced apartment in Pacific Heights
Spectacular Pacific Heights Private Studio
$99 per night

Tips from San Francisco locals

Get advice about the city from the people who know it best. Local hosts share their tips and recommendations for travelers like you.

What should I pack

“Bring a jacket & layers San francisco is cold especially in june/july. please be prepared by bringing the layers. water & fog keeps san francisco cool most of the year.”

Satish
SatishLives in San Francisco

“Always have some extra layers as sf can go from a sunny summer to a foggy winter in minutes. Wind breakers and scarfs sell well here...”

Kevin & Esther
Kevin & EstherLives in San Francisco

What's the best way to get around

“Getting around takes time Even though sf is a small city, it takes time to get around. going 2 miles can take upto 40 minutes especially if you are taking the muni - budget that into your day plans for moving between places.”

Vibha
VibhaLives in San Francisco

What's the local culture like

“Don't leave luggage in your car (especially rental cars) when parking in sf. Car break-ins are a big problem in sf and tourists who leave their luggage in their cars are a prime target.”

Yelena
YelenaLives in San Francisco

Your guide to San Francisco

All about San Francisco

Surrounded on three sides by glittering water, punctuated by comically high hills, festooned with verdant public parks, and alternately enshrouded in mysterious fog and blazing sunshine, San Francisco is one of the prettiest places on earth. The city has long attracted iconoclasts and fortune seekers, in the shape of Gold Rush hopefuls, immigrants who fought to build thriving communities, and queer people seeking a home and civil rights. It’s a city of glorious contrasts: storybook Victorians and soaring skyscrapers; the bright, pinging amusements of Fisherman’s Wharf and the austere beauty of Ocean Beach. Like the rest of the Bay Area — which includes Oakland to the east, Marin to the north, and San Jose to the south — San Francisco continues to transform. But its scruffy, proudly independent roots are never far from the surface.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in San Francisco?

San Francisco has a legendarily capricious climate — hot, sunny days can turn chilly on a dime, so no matter what time of year you book one of the city’s vacation rentals, pack layers. March through June typically ushers in temperatures in the low-to-mid-60 degrees Fahrenheit. July through October is generally warmer, with temperatures in the high 60s or low 70s. Fall is often considered this city’s summer. November through February is brisk, with temperatures dipping into the 50s. Expect some fog and wind year round.


What are the top things to do in San Francisco?

Golden Gate Park

Opened in 1870, this park’s 1,017 acres are the undisputed jewel of the park system (and that’s saying a lot). Visit close to 2,000 species of rare, tropical, and aquatic plants inside the stately Conservatory of Flowers. Explore an indoor rainforest at the California Academy of Sciences, and surround yourself with world-class art at the de Young Museum. Ride a carousel, paddle a boat around Stow Lake, or stroll through the Japanese Tea Garden. Just don’t expect to do it all in one day.

Alcatraz

This tiny island in the bay, now a National Park, has a complicated and fascinating history. Best known as the home of an (almost) inescapable federal prison populated by notorious criminals, Alcatraz is also the site of a historically significant protest led by Native American activists, who occupied the island for nineteen months starting in 1969 to protest the US government's failure to surrender federal land owed to the tribes who once lived there. A trip to Alcatraz to learn about its many lives is well worth it. Tickets go fast, so plan ahead and book your voyage early.

Golden Gate Bridge

Completed in 1937, this gorgeous 1.7-mile-long Art Deco wonder is renowned for its hue — a color so distinct it has its own name: International Orange. Walking, biking, or driving are all wonderful ways to experience this architectural marvel, and on the Marin side you’ll find a rest stop with bathrooms and breathtaking views of the bridge and bay. One thing to note: If you walk or bike, wear layers, as it can get very windy crossing the bridge.