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SuperHost
Private Office for 12
  • $353/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
12 workstation office | 260 sq ft Private Twelve person office with direct access to natural light. Amenities Include: -Fully furnished, beautifully designed office -Ultra-fast Internet -Meeting rooms -Curated event space -Common lounge areas -24/7 access with guest reception from 9am - 6pm -Locally roasted coffee, sparkling water and refreshments -24/7 gym access with showers -Private phone and one-on-one booths -Weekly happy hours and celebrations on holidays and special occasions -Exclusive professional meet-ups, workshops, and community events -Access to all locations worldwide -Exclusive benefits for members only - discounts at restaurants, service providers, etc. -Service beyond all expectations: a team of local community managers, on-site IT support and cleaning services $9,000+/month 1 month min. term
SuperHost
Skylight Private Office/Space In San Francisco
  • $1937/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
For those that need some dedicated space, we offer the Private Space/Office. Please message host for rates, monthly range: $1600-$2000
SuperHost
Small Meeting Room In San Franciso
  • $60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
The venue is a space that houses a community of creative people who value sharing.
SuperHost
Modern School Space - Door # 2
  • $60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
Space for classes, meetings, conferences, presentations, private lessons or meditation groups. We are a language school for adults with 12 classrooms of various sizes available for your meeting or group. We floor-to-ceiling glass windows in most rooms. Additionally, each room includes 2 or 3 white boards, a large-screen TV with HDMI cable. You can request number of chairs and tables and the seating arrangement of your choice (conference, U-shape, theater, etc). We are centrally located in the beautiful downtown of San Francisco, near every form of public transportation (BART, MUNI and Cable Car). Our school has private restrooms inside our space. Hot Coffee, Tea and Snack Service is available as an add on. We also have laptops for rent as an add-on if you prefer to use our equipment for presentations. There are more classrooms that are listed with photos, all for the same $60/hr. price.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Class spaces in San Francisco, CA?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $60 to $1937

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About San Francisco

As one of the largest cities in the US, San Francisco has a whole host of amenities and entertaining things to do that make it one of the top destinations to visit in the entire country. Filled to the brim with culture, history and creativity, there really is something for everyone in beautiful San Francisco.

Museum lovers will enjoy the Asian Art Museum and the California Academy of Sciences, to name just two of the fantastic attractions in San Fran. Iconic foods to try are San Francisco-style burritos and oysters at the Fisherman’s Wharf. And don’t miss shopping at places that carry everything from vintage goods to luxury buys.

With its close proximity to Silicon Valley, there has been an influx of tech giants and businesses all looking for housing, schools and things to do in their downtime. This kind of captive audience makes San Francisco the ideal place to look for class spaces for hosting a course, exercise program or seminar.

Class Space Options in San Francisco

Finding a class space that is fit for your purpose can be tricky, and even when you find the right space there might be some extras to consider.

  • Lighting
    San Francisco has a lot of historic buildings, so it’s not a guarantee that your class space location is going to have great natural light or modern level lighting. It might be worth hiring some extra lamps and cord extensions to ensure that everyone can see what they’re doing.

  • Furniture
    It’s not a foregone conclusion that the class space you’re renting comes dressed as you may have seen it. If you need more chairs, tables, mats and more, make sure you have the contacts to make that happen.

  • Food
    This might vary based on what your class is, but having some light refreshments like water, coffee and some pastries or fruit might be a good idea to keep your student’s morale high. If your classes are on the longer side, remember to budget for a lunch break.

Class Space Companies San Francisco

Transforming your class space so that it matches your vision can be overwhelming. Don’t take on the project by yourself.

  • Somos Coffee
    Looking to energize your class with a little bit of java to get them going? Then why not rent out Somos Coffee cart for your class? Their professional baristas will get everyone in a good mood and they even give out coffee brewing lessons! Founder, Evan has lots of coffee experience; from farming to working as a barista, he’s done it all.

  • The Floral Loft
    Having been featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, you know that the guys at The Floral Loft know what they’re doing. They’ve been named Readers Choice in the San Fran Examiner as well, so their customers love them just as much.

  • One True Love Vintage Rentals
    Looking for a more old-school flair for your class space? Then look no further than the team at One True Love Vintage. From vintage furniture to trunks to pillows to small finishing touches and more, they can really bring a space together.

Pros and Cons of Class Spaces in San Francisco

Before you commit to your venue, look at the pros and cons of a San Francisco class space. The area can promise a lot.

Advantages

  • Restaurants
    San Francisco is fast becoming a foodie hotspot. Like much of the Pacific Northwest, there is a huge push towards farm to table and creating magical fusion with local, high-quality produce.

  • Weather
    Being located in Northern California has the benefit of great weather, a nice temperature without being overwhelmingly humid or sweaty. It’s actually the perfect weather for exploring all the wonderful sights the city has to offer.

  • Beaches
    San Francisco may not be synonymous with beaches like LA or San Diego are, but there are still plenty of beaches that sweep down the Pacific coast. If you like surfing, get a wetsuit – it’s chillier than LA – and jump on in.

  • Culture
    Due to San Francisco’s storied past, there really is a massive mixing pot culture that is spread all across the city. You can walk a block and be surrounded by different cuisines, languages and people.

  • Travel ease
    Being a city of San Francisco’s size, there are so many ways to get there. From rail and bus hubs to an international airport and huge freeways surrounding the city, there are so many options.

Disadvantages

  • Expenses
    With San Francisco growing quickly and Silicon Valley being down the road, the cost of living has massively gone up. Working with a carefully followed budget will do the trick.

  • Busy location
    Together with the vast amounts of locals that live in the Bay Area, the number of tourists in San Francisco makes it a very busy place to be. If you’re not a fan of crowds, choose a venue in a quiet locale.

  • Traffic
    With so many locals living further away from the city center to reduce their cost of living, the amount of traffic can be pretty insane. So, if you can avoid rush hour, you’ll be saving yourself a lot of time, gas and sanity!

  • Homelessness
    As with any city with a high cost of living and bigger population, the levels of homelessness are pretty high in San Francisco. If you’re coming from a smaller town this might be quite jarring to experience.

  • Parking
    Similar to the traffic aspect, parking in the city can be really difficult to find. If your class space location isn’t close to public transport, make sure that you have parking included with your venue.

Famous Locations in San Francisco

  • Golden Gate Bridge
    Is there a more iconic symbol of San Francisco? The Golden Gate Bridge even spreads across the jersey of the amazing Golden State Warriors, so you can’t visit the city without taking in this magnificent feat of engineering.

  • Alcatraz
    If you’re a fan of true crime and American history this one is definitely for you. Jump on a boat across to the eerie island where Alcatraz prison sits and enjoy a tour around the site, learning all about the notorious inmates and daring escape attempts.

  • Chinatown
    Being one of the oldest and most established Chinatowns in the whole of the US and the largest outside of Asia, San Francisco’s Chinese community share their beautiful culture with the world with a whole host of dim sum joints, herbalists, ornate temples, bakeries, souvenir shops, and karaoke bars.