Skate and Stay at Hotel Zoe San Francisco

Hotel Zoe Suite
Hotel Zoe Suite

New luxury boutique hotel, Hotel Zoe San Francisco, is launching its Skate & Stay package for the holiday season. Guests staying at the hotel can take a short trolley ride to the Union Square Ice Skating Rink to take part in the ultimate winter activity. 

The Skate & Stay package includes:

  • Passes to The Union Square Holiday Ice Rink
  • Cable car tickets to downtown San Francisco
  • Mittens to keep guests warm
  • Late check-out
  • Complimentary valet parking

Hotel Zoe San Francisco opened earlier this year and is located in the Fisherman’s Wharf section of the city. Rooms ranges from the Deluxe Queen at 215 square feet to the 400-square-foot Zoe Suite with a working fireplace and separate living room. All rooms include a 50-inch HDTV and an honor bar.

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Guests can grab breakfast at Pescatore, the Italian Trattoria as well as lunch, dinner and Saturday and Sunday brunch. It also offers specials Sunday through Thursday such as family spaghetti night and half-off wine Wednesdays. 

Bar Zoe offers locally inspired cocktails. Hang around Saturday nights from 5-7 p.m. for live music from local artist Sean Fettes.

Thanks to the prime location in Fisherman’s Wharf, there’s plenty to do, see and eat within walking distance of the hotel. The hotel is also located one block from the Mason Powell cable car line that takes guests up to North Beach. 

The package is available from November 2, 2017 through January 14, 2018. Prices start at $263 per night. 

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