Location -- San Francisco
Hilton Union Square
333 O'Farrell Street
San Francisco, California, 94102
The conference hotel, Hilton San Francisco Union Square, is located in the famed Theater District, which places you in walking distance to cable cars and Moscone Center and about 1 mile from Chinatown and Nob Hill.
This historic three-tower hotel provides rooms with city views. Take advantage of our exclusive conference room rate and make your reservation using this link. Rooms are limited, so book today! You may also call the hotel at 1-800-HILTONS and mention group code IMHC for the special conference room rate--subject to availability.
The discounted room rate is valid 3 days before and 3 days after the conference, subject to availability.
The last day to make your reservation under the group discount is March 20, 2019
About the City
Famous for its plumes of fog, San Francisco is actually one of the sunniest major cities in the U.S. Warm days are tempered by cool ocean currents, so you’ll want to dress in layers, but the city boasts consistently pleasant walking weather.
A Patchwork of Diverse Neighborhoods
Fisherman’s Wharf: View sea lions, savor fresh seafood and board excursion boats.
North Beach: Home to Italian heritage, cappuccino, cabarets and jazz clubs.
Chinatown: The oldest and among the largest in the U.S., where unique architecture, intriguing alleys and shops abound.
Embarcadero/Financial District: Grab a locally-grown bite and hop an outbound ferry.
Union Square: Indulge in luxury shopping and people watching in this designer goods mecca.
SOMA/Yerba Buena: Home to Moscone Center, anchoring a neighborhood where world-class art galleries and museums mingle with sleek nightclubs.
Mission District: Enjoy murals, Latino culture and some of the best weather in the city.
Bayview/Candlestick Point: State park lands, diverse experiences, and one of the largest concentrations of working artists in the U.S.
Castro/Upper Market: Sweeping views grace the “gay capital of the world.”
Haight-Ashbury: Home to Alamo Square’s “Postcard Row” and the city’s tie-dyed roots.
Nob Hill: features the best view of the bay and our famous cable cars.
Marina/Presidio: An urban National Park with scenic views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Golden Gate Park/Sunset: Grassy Golden Gate Park gives way to sandy Ocean Beach.