|Moscone Convention Center Shuttles|
|Moscone Center is the largest exhibition and convention complex in San Francisco and comprises three main halls known as Moscone South, Moscone North and Moscone West exhibition hall which is across the fourth Street.|
The transportation systems include the Bay Area Rapid Transit or BART which is a transit system that serves the San Francisco Bay Area. The system connects San Francisco with the cities in the East Bay and the suburbs along the northern San Mateo County. The Muni Metro is another mode of transport and is a light rail or streetcar that serves San Francisco. It is operated by the San Francisco Municipal Railway.
About the San Francisco Convention Center
The Moscone Center is also located in the heart of the SoMa district. The center has activities that include trade shows, banquets, corporate conventions and consumer interest shows. The Moscone center is situated on two adjacent eleven acre blocks that are bounded by Folsom, Mission, Third and Fourth Streets. The center is within walking distance of nearly twenty thousand hotel rooms. It is owned by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and has been developed by the City and County of San Francisco. It is near the San Francisco International Airport for convenient access for flights.
The center offers over seven hundred thousand square feet of exhibit space, one hundred six meeting rooms, and one hundred twenty three thousand square feet of pre-event lobbies. Moscone Center offers convention services that include Skycap service, Wi-Fi, catering, innovative technology like video conferencing and event management.
The roof of the center has a large solar electricity system that has been installed. This installation marked the first major step of San Francisco in obtaining all municipal energy from pollution-free sources.
The district includes the Sony Metreon, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Rooftop at the Gardens and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. The Rooftop at the Gardens, is a place for children of all ages and home to Zeum which is an arts and technology center.
Hotels in San Francisco
Another hotel is the Intercontinental San Francisco which is adjacent to the Moscone Center. The hotel is also three blocks away from the San Francisco Shopping Centre and the Yerba Buena Gardens. The hotel is within a thirty two story cool-blue glass tower that is translucent that ascends over the South of Market district. Intercontinental San Francisco hotel has a restaurant, Luce, which serves California-influenced American fare as well as Italian cuisine that is prepared with California ingredients. At night, the restaurant becomes a celebrity wine restaurant. There is wireless Internet access available in public places for a fee. A business center is available that opens twenty four hours and offers print, photocopy, fax as well as administrative services.