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Let our concierge team help you choose the perfect restaurants for you throughout your stay.
Our incredible concierge team at Hilton San Francisco Financial District goes above and beyond to help you discover everything downtown San Francisco has to offer. When you visit the Hilton San Francisco Financial District, conveniently located on the border of Chinatown, North Beach, and the Financial District, a friendly concierge can help you plan your day so you experience the best vacation possible.
Visit the Concierge Corner, located across from the check-in desk, and a friendly member of our team will tell you about the local hidden gems and the iconic hotspots of the city. They can help you book tours and make reservations, provide directions and even schedule transportation to provide an memorable getaway to San Francisco. Read on to learn more about the concierges that will make your trip unforgettable.
Joel T. Stevens is a 20 year veteran of the concierge profession and is a registered member of Les Clef d'Or USA, the only nationwide organization of hotel lobby concierges. As an employee of the Hilton San Francisco Financial District, he has learned all the secrets of downtown San Francisco and can help ensure that your visit is one that you'll always remember.
What is your favorite restaurant in San Francisco? Spruce, located in Presidio Heights.
What is your favorite activity to recommend to guests? If the timing is right, check out Warriors or Giants game. You won't regret it!
What is your favorite vista in San Francisco? Head out to Crissy Field on a sunny day and face the Golden Gate Bridge, it's one of the best views in the city.
What activity should not be missed when you visit? Grab a bite at the Ferry Plaza Farmer's Market, which sets up every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. It's one of the top farmers markets in the country!
Marques Noah Marchand earned his concierge stripes in Portland, OR. He served as a personal concierge for five years, then spent four years as a hotel concierge in Portland, followed by Key West, and now resides in San Francisco. Living an active lifestyle that features swimming, cycling, discovering new places to eat, and exploring the Bay Area art scene, Marques has quickly become an authority on the latest and greatest things to do in San Francisco.
What is your favorite restaurant in San Francisco? Lord Stanley in Nob Hill.
What activity do you most often recommend to visitors? Spending the afternoon in Golden Gate Park.
What is your favorite romantic spot in the city? Try a couples massage at Nob Hill Spa.
What would you recommend to someone who wants to try something new? Check out the San Francisco Love Bug evening tour. You'll explore the city in an iconic VW hippie bus, with the spirit of the '60's!
JC Cuayet has 25 years of experience as a concierge, serving mid-size and larger hotels throughout San Francisco. During this time he has made it his mission to discover the best of the best of SF's dining, nightlife, and activities in the city. JC is also a member of the Northern California Concierge Association (NCCA).
What are your favorite restaurants in San Francisco? Seven Hills is a fantastic casual restaurant, while Boulevard is perfect for fine dining.
What is your favorite vista in San Francisco? The views from both Lands End Park as well as Marina Green are unforgettable.
Where is your favorite place to take a day trip from San Francisco? Point Reyes National Seashore, it's a fantastic way to spend a whole day out in nature.
Where is your favorite place to take a walk in San Francisco? Start at Wave Organ (at Marina Green), then head west to Fort Point. It's a little over 2 miles and takes you along the Bayfront, ending at the base of the Golden Gate Bridge.