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Peru is fast-gaining a spot in international culinary conversations. It is home to dishes and flavours that are unique to the region, and not found anywhere else. Few places offer such diversity of ingredients,... Read more

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Stay in a charming San Francisco Victorian at the San Remo Hotel (doubles from $99; 2237 Mason St., betw. Chestnut & Francisco Sts., map), built shortly after the 1906 earthquake right in the heart of North Beach. In addition to being budget-friendly, the San Remo is homey, charming, and within walking distance to some excellent food options. If you can, snag the romantic rooftop penthouse, with a gorgeous view of the city.

Looking to be in the thick of downtown? Try the Hotel Palomar (doubles from $242; 12 4th St., at Market St., map), a trendy, modern spot right near Union Square. You’ll be near ample public transportation options, and the hotel’s new bar and restaurant, Dirty Habit, is worth a trip in itself. Think craft cocktails, elevated bar bites, and a lovely heated patio to relax on after a long day of eating and sightseeing.

Perched atop Nob Hill you’ll find the gorgeous, luxurious Fairmont Hotel (doubles from $329; 950 Mason St., betw. California & Sacramento Sts., map)—when it comes to indulgent San Francisco hotels, this is the spot to pick. In addition to vertiginous views and plush accommodations, the Fairmont is home to the legendary Tonga Room and Hurricane Bar, one of the best tiki bars in the world, and a San Francisco institution. Sip on a mai tai while watching the house band play—on a raft in the middle of a pool, ringed by regular “rain” and “thunder.”



 



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