Luggage storage San Francisco

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Where can I store luggage in San Francisco?

If you are on a short trip, traveling to San Francisco, waiting for a late flight or train after check-out, and do not want to drag your luggage around, Qeepl Luggage Storage Points offers secure storage spaces. Bags, suitcases, backpacks, and even your coat are all securely stored until you want to retrieve them. You don't have to walk around San Francisco with your belongings anymore!

Qeepl offers the most flexible and timesaving Luggage Storage solution in San Francisco. Access our website or mobile application to find and book Luggage Storage near you. Every booking is covered with $1,000 worth of insurance, free cancelation, and online support. The price is only $4.90 per 24h/bag

How to store your luggage in San Francisco

Qeepl's online booking system helps you find the nearest luggage storage point in San Francisco to your current location. Locate and pick the desired storage point in a few clicks using our website or mobile app.

Following that, you will receive booking details, including the complete address and confirmation number. If you change your mind, no worries. You can cancel your booking before checking in.

Then come and show the booking details to our team while checking in. Enjoy your luggage-free day in San Francisco!


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San Francisco luggage storage

SF is huge in its attractions and amenities. It is a city full of entertainment. You could spend weeks in the city without seeing all it has to offer. Of course, the Golden Gate Bridge is the most popular bridge in the world, so this is a must-see! The southern part of San Francisco Bay is also home to Silicon Valley, the world’s leading high-tech hub. Most of the world’s largest companies have their headquarters there. San Francisco is also recognized for its sports teams with the giants in baseball, the warriors in basketball, the 49ers in American football. Sources of attractiveness which attracted no less than 24.5 million tourists (a record) in 2015. Among these largely foreign travelers, many hope to be able to benefit from a luggage storage service on their arrival in order to benefit from the freedom to visit this city without stress.

There are also more than 20 local shops near major traffic routes and the most popular areas of the city, including Union Square, SF airport, Downtown, Pier 39, Powell Street BART Station, and Montgomery Station. Airports, train, and bus stations where you will find luggage storage facilities:

San Francisco International Airport luggage storage

  • San Francisco International Airport is the largest and most important in the metropolitan area. Luggage storage service at the SFO can cost you up to $35 per bag, or you can use Qeepl at a cost of 4,90 per bag. The fastest way to get from the airport to the city center is by taking one of the Bay Area Rapid Transit trains. There are stations at all terminals. As an alternative, you can also use a bus from the SamTrans company. There are stops on both sides of the international terminal.

  • Oakland International Airport. This airport is on the other side of San Francisco Bay and is connected to the city by the famous Bay Bridge. His IATA code is OAK. Oakland International is used primarily for flights within the United States. Oakland International Airport is mainly used by low-cost airlines.

  • Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport. This airport is approximately an hour’s drive south from San Francisco. It is mainly used by the airline Southwest Airlines. The airport’s IATA code is SJC. CALTRAIN trains travel between San Jose Airport and downtown San Francisco. A traveler should note that tickets can only be bought from the machines at the stations.

  • California Zephyr. From Golden Gate to towering skyscrapers. Known for its routes through the country’s most spectacular scenery, the California Zephyr departs daily from the Bay Area to Reno, Salt Lake City, Denver, and Chicago.

  • Coast Starlight. Great-West Coast Adventure. The best service on the West Coast, the Coast Starlight, offers daily service from the Bay Area to Seattle, Portland, Santa Barbara, and Los Angeles.

  • Capitol Corridor. No traffic or hassle. Serving over 32 trains daily between Sacramento, the Bay Area, and San Jose, the Capitol Corridor offers spacious seating and bar service.

  • San Joaquin. In the Valley and beyond. Connecting the Bay Area and the San Joaquin Valley and its shimmering agricultural landscape, the San Joaquin offers several daily departures to Fresno and Bakersfield, in addition to Amtrak Thruway connecting services to Los Angeles and numerous destinations in Southern California.

  • Bus stop is located about 3.09 km from the town center, which is only a 9-minute drive. In case you want to continue your travel, you have the following transport services available near the Bus stop: tram station (473 m - King St & 4th St) and train station (320 m - San Francisco @ 4th & King St).

Where to go?

Golden Gate Bridge

It is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world - San Francisco.

  • Golden Gate Park. The Golden Gate Park in San Francisco is a true oasis in the middle of the big city. It is practically the counterpart to Central Park in New York and is one of the most popular parks in the USA. With about 1,000 hectares, it is also one of the largest inner-city parks in America and offers a wide range of attractions. The lakes, forest paths, gardens, and parks invite you to take a long walk. At the same time, the Golden Gate Park also has cultural highlights to offer, such as the Japanese Tea Garden, the California Academy of Science, and the de Young Museum.

  • Union Square. It has only been a popular place for tourists and locals since the 2000s; before that, it was rather shabby and a popular meeting place for drug addicts and the homeless. Today you will find numerous restaurants and shopping centers near Union Square, as well as luxury hotels that make the square the lively center of the city.

  • Golden Gate Bridge. The Golden Gate Bridge is the number one landmark in San Francisco and also the symbol of the city. It spans the strait between the Bay of San Francisco and the Pacific Ocean, which is also called Golden Gate Street, and thus connects San Francisco with Marin County in the north. With a length of 2.7 kilometers, it is one of the longest suspension bridges in the world and is crossed by more than 100,000 cars every day.

  • Cable cars. The historic cable cars are one of the absolute visitor highlights in San Francisco that you must have driven if you are already in San Francisco. They were once the main form of transportation in San Francisco. At the beginning of the 20th century, however, these were replaced by electric trains.

  • Alcatraz. One of the most popular San Francisco sights is undisputedly the Alcatraz prison, which is located on a sandstone island in the Bay of San Francisco just under two kilometers from the mainland. Since Alcatraz Island is one of the most popular San Francisco attractions, it is advisable to book tickets for the prison and the ferry in advance. These are usually sold out two to three months in advance.

  • Fisherman’s Wharf. The district is located in the northeast and was once the trading center for fishing, hence the name Fisherman’s Wharf. In addition, you will still find numerous fish restaurants here where you can eat deliciously. In Fisherman’s Wharf, you will find numerous hotels, which of course, is due to the beautiful location in the bay. Because of this, these are usually quite expensive. If you want to take the money in hand, it’s worth it.

  • Chinatown. In the USA, there is a so-called Chinatown in every major city. So why is this Chinatown one of the most popular San Francisco attractions and famous beyond the city limits? Well, there are several reasons for this. On the one hand, it is considered the oldest Chinatown in the USA, extending over a full 24 blocks. Chinese immigrants who came to the USA at that time as cheap labor settled here as early as the middle of the 19th century. Over the years, they have built their Chinese-style neighborhood with their own houses, restaurants, and shops. On the other hand, it is the only Chinatown in the USA with a traditional Dragon Gate at the entrance to the district.

Where to live?

Nob Hill

If there are many places that you should not miss under any circumstances if you are a fan of rather bourgeois and modern places, then all you have to do is live in San Francisco.

  • Nob Hill. Overlooking all of San Francisco, this very posh neighborhood is located in the heights of the city. Passing through very chic and trendy shops, clean and quiet streets, and historic buildings, you will fall in love with this neighborhood.

  • Pacific Heights. This district is relatively quiet and very cozy. Pacific Heights is also the best place to admire the very famous Golden Gate Bridge and a good part of the San Francisco Bay at the same time.

  • Potrero Hill. It is located further east of San Francisco. This little corner of paradise seduces for its calm and its typical and charming architecture. Its very sloping streets will offer a glimpse of impressive views of the neighboring districts.

  • Marina District. Located right on the San Francisco Bay, this trendy and dynamic neighborhood appeals to all those who like to walk by the water. There are also many shops, bars on every street corner, lounges, pubs, very intimate restaurants.

  • Glen Park. This district is because of its smaller size considered a village in its own right. Located in the south of the city, Glen Park is renowned for having very welcoming and warm inhabitants; it is even said that they end up calling you by your first name. With several artisanal stores, very typical, and at the same time small historical cafes, this district, with its crazy charm, also surprises with its many trails for jogging enthusiasts.

Where to eat?

Bull and Butterfly SF

  • The Butterfly. First favorite restaurant to eat in San Francisco; the Butterfly, located at Pier 33! It is near this quay that the boats leave for Alcatraz. You will have fond memories of the dishes offered by this restaurant! Burger revisited as much as the famous pulled pork! Le Butterfly is a must-see restaurant in San Francisco!

  • Crab House. Also, if you like shellfish, stop by Crab House; you won’t be disappointed! As its name suggests, the house specialty is crab! They are everywhere, even in the decoration! A seafood restaurant where you can feast before walking more than 20 km to discover the famous Golden Gate Bridge!

  • Cheesecake Factory. This is a must-see restaurant located in Union Square! It is the ideal restaurant to take an unforgettable break in the middle of a shopping session (or for any other reason)! Special mention for the pasta with shrimp fritters; they are to die for! Not to mention, the Cheesecake of course! Remember to eat light or if not, take your dessert to go! Impossible not to stop to taste one of their countless cheesecake flavors!

  • La Boulange. A sort of Starbucks, but in French fashion. Here, you will find croissants, pains au chocolat, and a house specialty: pain au chocolat sprinkled with hazelnuts! It is possible to drink tea, coffee, or even chocolate.

  • The Old Clam House. It’s impossible to mention good addresses in San Francisco without mentioning the Old Clam House. It is the oldest seafood restaurant in town. He survived all the transformations of the neighborhood and even the earthquake of 1906! Here, you can taste the famous Clam Chowder, a traditional soup made with clams, potatoes, milk, and cream. You just can’t get to San Francisco without tasting it.

  • Pizzeria Delfina. Pizzeria Delfina has been the darling of the San Francisco food scene for the past fifteen years. And for a good reason, this restaurant, run by Annie and Craig Stoll, is above all a local family business whose goal is to bring together gourmets around fresh products, seasonal ingredients, delicious dishes, all in a warm and relaxed atmosphere.


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