Delta Air Lines provides service to 308 destinations in 52 countries, more than any other global airline. With more than 60 new international routes added in the past year, Delta is America’s fastest growing international airline and is a leader across the Atlantic with flights to 31 trans-Atlantic destinations. In addition, Delta offers more than 600 weekly flights to 58 destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean. Delta’s marketing alliances allow customers to earn and redeem SkyMiles on more than 14,000 flights offered by SkyTeam and other partners. Customers can check in for flights, print boarding passes and check flight status online.
To bring the U.S. and France closer, Air France offers nearly 30 flights a day. As of this year, Air France—together with its SkyTeam partners—is the only airline departing from 14 U.S. cities and flying more than 200 times a week between the U.S. and Paris, offering access to more than 720 destinations worldwide.
Cathay Pacific Airways is a proud sponsor of the 50th San Francisco International Film Festival. Cathay Pacific offers daily nonstop service from San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York to Hong Kong and beyond. Onboard, enjoy Cathay Pacific’s world-class service: comfortable seats, superb Asian and International cuisine, personal TVs and signature service straight from the heart. Every journey you take is a pleasant one from beginning to end.
Based in San Francisco, Joie de Vivre Hospitality is a creative collection of lifestyle businesses. As California’s largest independent boutique hotelier, Joie de Vivre encompasses hospitality businesses such as spas and restaurants. Celebrating 20 years of selling dreams, Joie de Vivre Hospitality is expanding its California presence in Sacramento, Oakland, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Sunnyvale, Huntington Beach and beyond.
SFIFF patron rate: Enjoy 20 percent off the best available rate at all Joie de Vivre Hotels May 1–December 30, 2007. Reserve rooms now May 31 in order to receive this discount. Visit www.jdvhotels.com and enter “SFIFF” in the promo code section when making your reservation. Subject to availability; blackout dates may apply. Not valid with other offers of previously booked reservations.
Hotel Adagio, a luxury boutique hotel, is located in the heart of San Francisco’s Theater District and Union Square shopping and dining district. This elegant hotel is located two blocks from the Powell Street cable car line and six blocks from the Moscone Convention Center, and is close to Chinatown, the Financial District, North Beach, Nob Hill and SOMA.
Inspired by San Francisco’s rich cinematic history, the Hotel Bijou is adorned with movie palace stylings, dramatic Hollywood portraits and a mini movie theater in the lobby. Each light and comfortable guestroom is named for a motion picture shot in San Francisco, with original movie stills as decorative room accents. A double feature of San Francisco–based films are screened each evening in the Petit Theatre Bijou.
Galleria Park Hotel is a stylish boutique hotel located in an incomparable location at the crossroads of the Financial District and Union Square. Completely renovated in late 2006, the guestroom changes include upgrades to Pillowtop mattresses, Frette linens, towels and robes, electronic door locks, flat screen televisions and new heating and A/C units. A grand restoration of the lobby has enhanced its ’40s-style glamour.
The Phoenix Hotel is a landmark celebrating its 19th year as San Francisco’s world-renowned “rock ’n’ roll hotel.” Funky, irreverent and young at heart, the Phoenix isn’t for everyone. It’s at the edge of the gritty Tenderloin neighborhood. Its central courtyard (which is a true “crossroads for the creative” and a good place to check out visiting artists and entertainers) can be noisy. And its restaurant and bar, Bambuddha, is known to provide a high-energy atmosphere that can occasionally be more “bam” than “Buddha.” Even so, the Phoenix has some of the most loyal guests in the world.
C-Two Hotels offers a diverse collection of boutique hotels located in the heart of San Francisco. Whether for business or pleasure, C-Two has just the hotel to suit your budget and personality. Guests deserve a hotel just as unique, intimate and charming as their host city. Stay in a chain hotel in any other city, but this is San Francisco!
The Adante Hotel is a premier boutique hotel located in the heart of San Francisco, just three blocks from Union Square. Featuring the warmth and comfort of home, the Adante pampers its guests with deluxe amenities such as free high-speed Internet access in every room and an Internet cafe on the lobby level. Guest rooms are charmingly appointed and each is adorned with original hand-painted European-style murals, making the Adante Hotel a truly unique San Francisco experience.
SFIFF patron rate: $69–$89 for a standard room when mentioning the International Film Festival.
An elegant fusion of old-world Asian and contemporary American styles, Hotel Fusion is an oasis in the heart of Union Square. All 124 guest rooms have been entirely renovated with brand new furnishings appointed with rich wood accents and warm, inviting colors. Like San Francisco, Hotel Fusion is an ideal blend of culture, class and unparalleled personal service.
SFIFF patron rate: $99–$129 for a standard room when mentioning the International Film Festival.
The Hotel Mark Twain is a casual, comfortable hotel with a very friendly staff in the heart of San Francisco near Union Square, Chinatown, Theater Row, cable cars and BART. All rooms feature refrigerators and coffeemakers with complimentary coffee or tea, and deluxe rooms feature ceiling fans, flat screen TVs, iPod docking stations, cascading shower heads and upgraded linen and furnishings. The hotel is an ideal choice for friends sharing a room, as many rooms have two double beds.
SFIFF patron rate: $89–$109 for a standard room when mentioning the International Film Festival.
If travelers were to pinpoint on a map the number-one location in San Francisco, it could be right outside the door of the Stratford Hotel. Located in the heart of Union Square, the Stratford Hotel is perfect for guests who want the convenience of being right in the center of the city. Inside, you’ll find a hip and relaxed atmosphere and an outgoing, energetic staff ready to assist.
SFIFF patron rate: $89–$109 for a standard room when mentioning the International Film Festival.
The world-renowned Fairmont San Francisco presents an awe-inspiring picture of historic San Francisco. The grandeur of the fully restored hotel, coupled with its reputation for impeccable service, promises a truly memorable experience. The recently completed restoration is highlighted by the reemergence of the main lobby as a grand public space. Each of the hotel’s spacious guest rooms and suites have been redecorated in elegant style. With a panoramic view of the city and the bay from high atop Nob Hill, the Fairmont San Francisco offers an unmatched blend of elegance and superb service for an unforgettable stay.
Located in the heart of San Francisco and overlooking Union Square, the venerable Westin St. Francis has continuously maintained its preeminence as the city’s center of social, cultural and business life since first opening in 1904. With its rich and colorful history as one of the landmarks of turn-of-the-century San Francisco, the Westin St. Francis today is as modern as tomorrow, and is imbued with a proud past—a meeting place of history and legend. Located where the cable car stops at the front door, the hotel offers 1,195 luxurious guest rooms featuring the famous Heavenly Beds, is minutes away from Moscone Center, the Financial District, Fisherman’s Wharf and Chinatown and is surrounded by world-class shopping, dining and theater.
181 Third Street, Yerba Buena
Explore the vibrant and sophisticated city W San Francisco calls home. View the exciting exhibitions at the neighboring SFMOMA or shop till you drop at the new Bloomingdale’s and Westfield San Francisco Centre. After your exciting day on the town, wind down with poolside yoga, pamper yourself in Bliss Spa or sip a cool cocktail in XYZ Bar. Your San Francisco experience awaits.
An inspired fusion of old-world hotel elegance with distinctly contemporary energy and glamour, the newly redesigned Clift, in the heart of San Francisco’s Union Square, takes modern luxury to another level. From the surrealistic magic of its soaring lobby to the digital art exhibitions in its celebrated and legendary Redwood Room, the nearly century-old Clift’s daring new sense of diversity perfectly captures the city’s spirit. Designed by Philippe Starck, Clift is a wonderland for the jet set.
The Beresford is a Victorian-style hotel with a restaurant and pub. Enjoy comfort, hospitality, convenience and an excellent Union Square location at very reasonable rates. Complimentary continental breakfast buffet served daily.
SFIFF patron rate: $99 plus tax when mentioning the SFIFF rate.
Have the quintessential San Francisco experience at the Cartwright Hotel. From the hotel’s classic Edwardian architecture—a San Francisco trademark look—to the friendly service of its staff, this Union Square hotel is the best deal in San Francisco. Located central to shopping, theaters and the Financial District, the Cartwright is San Francisco. Features: hosted wine hour each evening, complimentary wireless Internet, free Starbucks coffee, complimentary deluxe breakfast buffet, free business center, two meeting rooms, self- and valet parking.
Located on the Powell Street cable car line, this 1914 family-owned boutique hotel on Union Square hotel lies in the city’s shopping district. All 137 guest rooms have free wireless Internet access, ceiling fans, windows that open to breezes and views, oversized tubs and a pillow menu from which guests can choose their preferred fluff level.
SFIFF patron rate: $109 weekdays and $135 weekends when mentioning SFFILM rate.
Ideally located in the heart of the city, the Hilton San Francisco is close to Union Square, a major transit hub of cable cars, MUNI, BART and the largest concentration of performing arts seats west of Chicago. Stylish, with an urban resort feel, the Hilton features the ultimate in relaxation and rejuvenation: the 13,000 square-foot Spa Fusion & Health Club. Enjoy massages, facials, reflexology, hydrotherapy, acupuncture, cupping and more, including a full service hair and nails salon, in an inviting and luxurious setting. Luxuriate in the hotel’s outdoor heated swimming pool and whirlpool or dazzle your senses while dining at Cityscape, the hotel’s landmark 46-story tower restaurant with a spectacular view. Cityscape diners are treated to six hours of complimentary parking in the hotel’s on-premises garage. Make this year’s Film Festival an excuse to run away to San Francisco’s resort hideaway, the Hilton San Francisco.
SFIFF patron rate: Spend the night and enjoy ten percent off the Hilton San Francisco’s best available rate. Mention plan code P7. Offer good only April 26–May 10, 2007 and based on availability.
Holiday Inn Fisherman’s Wharf is located in the very center of Fisherman’s Wharf with a variety of activities directly outside the door. Walk to Ghiradelli Square, the Cannery, Pier 39, renowned seafood restaurants, nightlife, historical waterfront sites and ferries to Alcatraz and Sausalito. The hotel also provides easy access to San Francisco neighborhoods via the historic cable cars two blocks away and the unique Muni F-line antique trolleys boarding directly behind the hotel.
SFIFF patron rate: Mention the SFF code when making reservations.
The Queen Anne Hotel is a San Francisco jewel of Victorian architecture and is featured on several educational walking tours. Each of the 48 guestrooms is spacious and elegantly decorated with period antiques. Relax by the fireplace in the grand Parlor and Library as friendly staff treat you like royalty. The Queen Anne’s great central location is convenient for Festivalgoers.
SFIFF patron rate: Festival rates begin at $110 for rooms with one bed. Mention the SFIFF rate.
45 McAllister Street, at Market Street
The Renoir Hotel is a friendly, cosmopolitan boutique hotel in the lively heart of San Francisco. Located in the vibrant Theater District only two blocks from the Asian Art Museum at the Civic Center, this flatiron architectural landmark has 135 nonsmoking rooms with all modern amenities and a Brazilian specialty restaurant, Café do Brasil. Wireless Internet access is available in the lobby. The hotel is surrounded by abundant public transport including BART, MUNI, the F-line (to the Castro District, the Ferry Building and Fisherman’s Wharf) and numerous bus stops (most night buses stop here) in front of the hotel, allowing guests easy access to every major attraction San Francisco has to offer.
SFIFF patron rate: $105 Bed & Breakfast package. Mention reservation code SFFS 2007 Festival Discount Rate.
Discover a beautiful downtown San Francisco hotel rising 39 stories high into the city skyline at the eminent San Francisco Marriott, located just south of Market Street, across the street from the Moscone Center and steps away from the historical cable cars, world-class shopping at Union Square and Westfield San Francisco Centre featuring Bloomingdale’s. Walk to the Financial District for work then to AT&T Park, home of major league baseball’s San Francisco Giants, to play. Enjoy magnificent views of downtown from a number of 1,498 luxurious and stylish guest rooms, including 136 distinct suites. With 100,000 square feet of flexible meeting and banquet space, including 52 meeting rooms, the San Francisco Marriott is a premier destination for both corporate and social events. Whether in town for business or pleasure, experience San Francisco at the San Francisco Marriott, where you’re sure to “leave your heart.”
Safely transporting clients since 1999, Protocal offers world-class excellence with superior service capabilities. Located in Laurel Heights/Pacific Heights and just minutes away from downtown San Francisco and SFO, Protocol stands ready to respond to any request you may have. Protocol features Mercedes Benz cars and limousines.
A San Francisco landmark, The Fillmore Center is located in the Fillmore District, celebrated for its jazz clubs, boutique shopping, eclectic dining and most of all, proximity to all San Francisco has to offer. The Fillmore Center will become your relaxing home in the city center.