Mar 25

It is a great pleasure to announce that Adante Hotel Union Square is commencing with remodeling of our hotel’s main lobby area in the coming days. The upcoming renovation is based on the hotel’s name, Adante, which refers to a musical term used to describe a moderately slow tempo inspired by Classical Music.

The color palette chosen for the Adante Hotel Union Square is enthused by piano keys and gold was an accent to bring more color into the space. The essentials in the space are elegant and classical, such as wood, marble, soft gold finishes, and tufted upholstery. The new space will have much more seating for breakfast and the lounge area will serve alcoholic beverages for guests who want to lounge in the lobby.

The entire renovation phase will take about six to eight weeks, so we expect the completion to occur in May.

We hope you are as excited as we are at the Adante Hotel Union Square. For reservations and other hotel details, please visit: http://www.adantehotel.com/

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Mar 18

Spring Festivals in San Francisco

Spring in San Francisco is a magical time of the year. Some of San Francisco’s largest festivals rock the city in the spring. The weather is unpredictable, transitioning back and forth between rain and sun, fog and fair skies, without rhyme or reason.

St. Patrick’s Day: A San Francisco institution since the 19th century, this massive street part takes the Civic Center by storm and features music packed parade up Market St.

The Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival: This huge two weekend long celebration of Japanese culture packs the Japan town area to overflowing every year with live music, ikebana and bonsai demonstrations and also features a giant parade that begins at San Francisco’s City Hall.

The San Francisco Carnival: This incredible street party features a tropical music filled parade of dancers and bands as well as a huge street fair, which turn the sunny Mission District into an explosive outdoor festival without equal. Memorial Day Weekend

The Bay to Breakers: This wild and uniquely San Franciscan footrace has become one of the largest costumed parades in the world. Join the fun as locals and visitors alike cross the entire city from the bay to the ocean.

There’s something for everyone during Spring Festivals in San Francisco. Come and stay with us at the Adante Hotel just around the corner from Union Square in San Francisco.

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Mar 11

John McLaren Park San Francisco is San Francisco’s second largest park. It offers a host of recreational amenities to satisfy a variety of appetites in all age groups. More than 7 miles of walking trails meander through its 312 acres, replete with native plants and wildlife. Established in 1927, the park is named for John McLaren, the ‘grandfather of Golden Gate Park’.

Seventy-five tables for picnickers can be found throughout the park. Some are in remote locations for visitors looking for quiet and serenity, while others are located inside the playgrounds. Many people for many years have been using McLaren Park’s vast network of trails for hiking, walking and jogging. There are also several small trail loops for those who like to take shorter walks or design their own jogging circuits.

Stay with us at the Adante Hotel when you take a stroll through John McLaren Park San Francisco.

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Mar 04

The Legion of Honor Museum San Francisco is a part of the Fine Arts Museums, having with over 4000 years of prehistoric and European art collection and is also known as the California Palace of the Legion of Honor. It is a replica of the Palais de la Legion d’Honneur in Paris Stupendous collection of European art in a gorgeous hilltop museum setting.  It holds the largest collection of Rodin sculptures and outstanding collections of European art in a gorgeous hilltop museum setting established in 1924.

Hours: Tue-Sun, 10am-5pm
Admission: Adults $10, Seniors 65+ $7, Youths 13–17 $6, Students $6, Children 12 and under Free

Lots of tours/trips are also available on special days with free museum admission. In addition, regular exhibits and collections, the museum offers lectures and musical performances, with special art and entertainment events.

The Legion of Honor Museum San Francisco is just a few miles away from the Adante Hotel at Union Square in San Francisco. Book directly on the Hotel’s Website for the lowest possible rates: http://www.adantehotel.com/reservations

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