Argonaut Hotel -- Not only is it near all the funky kid fun of Fisherman’s Wharf and the National Maritime Museum, but this bayside hotel also has kid-friendly perks like scavenger hunts, board games, kid-friendly movies, the chance for each child to grab a gift from the hotel’s “treasure chest,” and a Wii system in the lobby.

Beresford Arms Hotel -- The Parlor Suite can sleep up to a family of seven and comes with a full kitchen and dining room—all for around $200. The Junior Suite sleeps six and costs only $159. Located a few blocks from Union Square, this Victorian charmer is perfect for families on a budget wanting a little extra space.

The Fairmont San Francisco -- While the glamorous lobby and spectacular city views will please parents, kids will be thrilled by the hotel’s Tonga Room, a fantastically kitsch Disneyland-like tropical bar and restaurant where “rain” falls every 30 minutes.

Hotel Del Sol -- It’s colorful enough to represent a Crayola selection, but tots are more likely to be impressed by the “Kids are VIPs” program that includes a lending library, toys and movies, evening cookies and milk, a heated pool, and a nearby park. Parents will be happy to find a two-bedroom family suite.

Hotel Diva -- The sleek, mod Diva has all sorts of fun kid-friendly perks. Check out SF’s version of the Walk of Fame right outside the door, and definitely ask about their two-room Little Divas Suite, with bunk beds, drawing tables, and a TV loaded with kids' movies.

Ritz-Carlton -- The Ritz has a Very Important Kid program with a kid-sized in-room tent for your room, coloring books, and milk and cookies at turndown.

Seal Rock Inn -- The Seal Rock’s setting—surrounded by parks, across the street from the beach, and just a few minutes from the zoo—is a real draw as are the hotel’s suites with kitchenettes.

Stanyan Park Hotel -- Plenty of elbow room and a half-block walk to Golden Gate Park’s Children’s Playground make this a prime spot for crashing family-style. But the biggest bonuses are the suites, which come with one or two bedrooms, a full kitchen, and a dining area.

Westin St. Francis -- A classic San Francisco hotel down to its hospitality, the Westin welcomes little ones with gifts and toys, including coloring books, crayons, and a rubber ducky. Kids love riding in the glass elevators.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.