Plan Your Stay

WHERE TO STAY IN OUR FAIR CITY

We are very pleased to recommend the following sponsor hotels for your stay in San Francisco for the 2014 SF Silent Film Festival.

SFSFF 2014 SPONSOR HOTELS

We are grateful to the hotels listed below for their sponsorship of our 2014 Festival May 29–June 1 and we'd recommend each and every one to patrons visiting San Francisco. Tell them we sent you!









 



GETTING TO SAN FRANCISCO

BY AIR
San Francisco San Francisco International (SFO)  — 15 miles south of the city of San Francisco.
Airlines that fly into SFO include AeroMexico, Air Canada, AirFrance, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta, Emirates, EVA Air, Japan Airlines, JetBlue, KLM, Lufthansa, SAS, Singapore Airlines, Southwest, United, US Airways, Virgin Atlantic, and Virgin America, among many others.

Oakland International Airport (OAK) — 20 miles east of the city of San Francisco.
Airlines that fly into OAK include Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, Delta, Hawaiian, JetBlue, Norwegian, Sata, Southwest, Spirit, US Airways, and Volaris, among others.

Airport Ground Transportation
Both SFO and OAK have easy access to San Francisco via BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), cab, shuttle, or rental car.

BY CAR
From Points South
Both Highway 101 North and Interstate 280 North go directly into San Francisco. From these, you can access downtown and any other part of the city. It is also possible to take the beautiful Highway 1 north along the coast; Highway 1 merges with I-280 just south of San Francisco.

From Points North
Highway 101 South runs directly from the north over the Golden Gate Bridge (toll bridge) and into San Francisco. More inland, Interstate 5 South and Interstate 80 West meet in Sacramento; from there, follow I-80 West until you cross the Bay Bridge (toll bridge), which goes directly into San Francisco.

BY TRAIN
If you are travelling from outside the Bay Area, both Caltrain and Amtrak have service directly to San Francisco.
Within the Bay Area, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) lines go directly to several stops in downtown San Francisco.
 

GETTING AROUND SAN FRANCISCO

Transit 511 is the best resource for public transportation around San Francisco.
San Francsico Municipal Transportation Agency (Muni) provides bus, light rail, cable car, and historic streetcar service throughout the city. Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) serves downtown San Francisco and the Mission District (just down the hill from the Castro Theatre), and shares downtown stations with Muni light rail lines.

For detailed directions to the Castro Theatre, visit our Venue page.