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Office Suite for 21 - 75
  • $2205/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
21-78 workstation suite | 605-2150 sq ft Combination of a 28, 16, 10, and 21 workstation office. All offices are connected and can have walls removed at an additional cost. Private 21-78 person corner 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 $56,250+/month 1 month min. term
Large Meeting Room In San Francisco
  • $75/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
The venue is a space that houses a community of creative people who value sharing.
Urban Winery | Barrel Room | Event Venue
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
Family owned, urban winery is an perfect San Francisco location for your next event. Our Tasting Room and Barrel Room are ideal for private event, ranging from corporate parties, off-site meetings, birthdays, weddings and intimate receptions, product photoshoots and video production. We can customize the space to meet your creative needs.
Relaxing Cannabis Lounge in California
  • $45/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
Check our place & toke up inside our Mission-inspired top floor consumption lounge, where you can have a fun time, chill, work, create.
Private Meeting Room for 10
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
We create amazing meeting rooms in luxe environments that are warm, inviting and inspiring - not just for members. Our beautifully designed spaces are the perfect setting to host your next brainstorm meeting, off-site session, workshop, guest lecture, or casual meetup.
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.
The Street Level Lounge in Downtown San Francisco
  • $200/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
Our lower floor (443 Broadway), has 2 fully licensed lounges with dance floors and performance spaces with over 6,000 sq. ft. of interior space. This lounge is fully equipped with a high quality sound system, built-in stages and a VIP area. NOTE: Please send host a message via Giggster chat to request for a custom quotation.

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About San Francisco

San Francisco is in the heart of Silicon Valley and there is probably no better place to host a press event. The city of fog is located on the San Francisco Bay and is home to a vibrant population of millennials, businesses, and professionals. It has a fantastic restaurant and dining scene and is culturally diverse – theatre, museums, art galleries, and more await.

Of course, it’s also home to some pretty amazing transportation infrastructure. The Golden Gate Bridge and the famous cable cars draw tourists into the city every year. The proximity to other California attractions, mild weather, and famous hills make San Francisco a must-see.

Press Event Options in San Francisco

Indoor and outdoor press event venues in San Francisco are plentiful. The city is home to amazing architecture and outdoor spaces that can be used to create a classic press event or a one-of-a-kind option that will leave the press twittering about your event.

  • Catering
    No press event is complete without catering, and San Francisco has it all, whether you want a simple coffee service or an elaborate setup with stations. Of course, the city is known for its seafood, but bakeries, tacos, Middle Eastern foods, and many others are also prominent.

  • Furniture Rentals
    It goes without saying that comfortable people will provide better media coverage of your press event. Furniture rentals can augment your press event if the location doesn’t have everything you need.

  • Transportation
    Since San Francisco is densely populated, there is ample public and private transportation available. The city is well connected to other major hubs and a thoughtful grid of transportation options makes travel within the city effortless. Planners have also ensured that streets are bike and pedestrian-friendly for those seeking exercise and at a slower pace.

Press Event Companies in San Francisco

It’s important to find press event companies in San Francisco that have experience and understand your goals. Luckily, there are plenty of options that can help you ensure success.

  • Glow Events
    Glow Events is a woman-owned company that specializes in designing the perfect event from start to finish. With a client list that includes Netflix, Google, and small start-ups, they can handle any project, no matter what the scope is.

  • CORT Events
    Details matter and CORT Events takes care of furniture rentals, lighting, décor, and accessories. The finishing touches they offer can make a San Francisco press event share-worthy on any social media channel.

  • Cable Cars
    Transportation options in San Francisco abound, but no trip is complete without a ride on the world-famous cable cars. Guests for your San Francisco press event can get a single pass and arrive via cable car, an experience they will not forget.

Pros and Cons of Press Events in San Francisco

Lights, camera, action. You get one chance with a press event and need to make sure that it goes well. The pros and cons of press event venues in San Francisco need to be considered before a final decision is made.


  • Millennial vibes
    The City by the Bay is young and vibrant, and this attracts other young and vibrant people. It’s a pro for a press event in San Francisco to be surrounded by the inspired professionals and successful businesses that comprise the area.

  • Iconic backdrops
    Whether you hold your event in the park overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge or a trendy building downtown with cable cars passing by on the street, it’s sure to be an event that won’t be forgotten. The iconic backdrops add a certain level of prestige to any press event.

  • Easy access
    The demands on the press are higher today than at any other time in our history. San Francisco provides easy access as a major city with complete transportation options. The city is easy to navigate and used to hosting multiple groups and organizations.


  • The weather
    It very well could rain on your press event, and if it’s an outdoor event, the effect could be devastating. The Mediterranean weather pattern makes San Francisco a mild climate, but there is a lot of fog that limits the visibility of those iconic backdrops.

  • Limited space
    The city is densely populated and in a housing crisis, and space is at a premium. The housing crisis doesn’t translate into an all-space crisis but knows that you will be competing with Silicon Valley giants and many others for space rentals.

  • Competition
    San Francisco is a popular location for press events, and many have been held here before. It’s important to be able to differentiate yourself from others. The Silicon Valley culture is a relentless pursuit for the next big thing, make sure your San Francisco press event venue is just that.

Famous Locations in San Francisco

  • Billy Goat Hill
    Billy Goat Hill is located on a hill (imagine that!) in the Diamond Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. It’s known for its views of the city and the bay. It’s one of the 220 parks, playgrounds, and open spaces managed by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department within the city.

  • Golden Gate Park
    While Billy Goat Hill offers its scenic overlook, Golden Gate Park offers 1,017 acres of opportunity – from standard recreational activities to points of interest like their Conservatory of Flowers. The Japanese Tea Garden is the oldest in the country, and while many of these points of interest have admission fees, it’s well worth the cost.

  • Coit Tower
    When Lillie Hitchcock Coit died in 1929, she left a bequest to add to the city’s beauty. Coit Tower, a tall, white tower located on Telegraph Hill, has graced the skyline since 1933. Tickets are available for an elevator ride to the top, where the view includes the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges.