Luggage Storage San Francisco

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Civic Center Storage Point at YOTEL San Francisco

70 reviews

$5.90

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How it works

  • Book online

    Find the location closest to you - we have locations all around the city.

  • Drop off items

    Head to the store and show your booking receipt and you're good to go.

  • Enjoy the city

    Go about your day without lugging around your things. Live Life Light!

Where can I store my luggage in San Francisco

Store Your Luggage Around San Francisco with Bounce

San Francisco is arguably the most charming city in the United States. With its hilly terrain, picturesque architecture, and prime setting on the Bay, it’s hard not to fall in love with SF at first sight. Once you get a feel for the city and its inhabitants—including its famously liberal mindset and cultural diversity—you’ll be hard-pressed not to like it even more. Whether you’re a local always on the go or a visitor trying to maximize your time in the Golden City, you can count on Bounce for reliable bag and luggage storage in San Francisco.

Do you live and work in San Francisco but need to go from one place to another without being held back by the weight of your bags? Bounce has partners all across San Francisco so you can safely drop off your things for short-term storage.

Are you heading to San Francisco for work or leisure? Maybe you have an awkward time frame during which you have no place to store your things, or perhaps you want to discover neighborhoods that are located in between your port of entry and your hotel/Airbnb. Whatever the case may be, you can rely on Bounce luggage storage in San Francisco as a daily solution for your bags.

Luggage Storage in San Francisco

Bounce proudly partners with local businesses for short-term luggage storage in San Francisco. Our mission is to offer people the freedom to experience all that the city has to offer, without from the burden of your bags. We’ve specifically looked into San Francisco’s most popular neighborhoods, as well as major hubs of transportation, so that you can drop your bags off with a Bounce partner and roam the city with ease.

San Francisco City Guide

Top Things to Do

San Francisco is a quintessential American city with endless charisma and character. Disparate populations from all walks of life find their niche in the City by the Bay. Whether you want to hit up top San Francisco tourist attractions, spend your hard-earned dollars at highly rated restaurants and shops, or simply get a feel for the city by roaming the streets and feeling the breeze by the Bay, look no further than Bounce's handy guide to San Francisco.

Museums

As with most major cities in the U.S., San Francisco hasn't skimped on culture as far as museums go. Whether you're looking for standard exhibitions or more off-the-cuff and experimental options, San Francisco has it all:

  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: Located in Union Square, the SFMOMA was the West Coast's first museum dedicated to modern and contemporary art when it opened in 1935. It houses over 33,000 works of art, including an entire floor dedicated to photography. Bonus: SFMOMA grants free access to ground-floor galleries as well as free general admission to visitors under the age of 18. (Bag-check policy: You can check your coat and carry-on bags up to 9" x 14" x 22" in size at the SFMOMA. For a daily solution that offers more mobility and the ability to store larger items, look into Bounce partners offering luggage storage in Union Square San Francisco.)

  • Aquarium of the Bay: Conveniently located in Pier 39, the Aquarium of the Bay is a delight for families in particular. Marvel at marine life by walking through its 300 feet of underwater tunnels, then take selfies with sea lions on the docks. (Bag-check policy: Aquarium of the Bay doesn't offer coat- or bag-check services. There's no need to worry, though; simply book bag and luggage storage near Pier 39 with Bounce.)

  • Yerba Buena Center for the Arts: Situated in the SoMa district, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is a must-visit for anyone interested in cutting-edge visual art. It's internationally renowned for displaying the works of boundary-pushing artists and is also a bustling hub for community engagement. Bonus: YBCA offers free admission to visitors on the first Tuesday of the month as well as the third Thursday of the month (the latter from 4 to 8 p.m.). (Bag-check policy: YBCA offers a self-serve coat check and cubbies with lockers. Larger items can also be stored behind the desk. For a daily solution to store your things in the area, consider booking luggage storage in SoMa with Bounce.)

Shopping

No matter the customer or occasion, there are all kinds of opportunities for shopping in San Francisco. If you're looking for designer duds, unique items, or souvenirs, Bounce recommends the visiting the following options for shopping in San Francisco:

  • High-end clothing stores: Union Square is ground zero for shopping in San Francisco. If upscale department stores are your thing, head to Neiman Marcus or Barneys New York. More into the intimacy of luxury boutiques? Walk over to Maiden Lane, which is gated for most of the day for safe pedestrian strolls and prime (window) shopping. Plus: Westfield San Francisco Centre is a more budget-friendly option with hundreds of retailers from which to choose.

  • Vintage and thrift shops: The Mission District has the highest concentration of quality vintage and thrift shops in San Francisco. Be sure to check out Thrift Town for its endless inventory and Mission Thrift for fun finds.

  • Souvenirs: If you're the type of person who likes to take a piece of their travels home with them, or want to buy souvenirs for loved ones, look no further than the shops at Pier 39. Skip limited last-minute purchases at SFO in favor of Pier 39's Keychain Store, the Cable Car Store, and Only in San Francisco.

Dining

San Francisco offers a diverse array of dining options, running the gamut from ethnic comfort food to upmarket hotspots. Check out the following selections to truly appreciate and get a taste of the culinary fare unique to San Francisco:

  • Cioppino's: Located in Fisherman's Wharf, this restaurant is named after its signature dish that originated in San Francisco in the 1800s. Cioppino is an Italian-American seafood stew in savory tomato broth served with sourdough toast. It's also on the menu at a number of restaurants across the city, including the legendary Tadich Grill in Downtown San Francisco.

  • Mission burritos: Born and bred in the Mission District, Mission burritos are characterized by their large size, extra rice, and variety of ingredients not typically found in standard burritos. Some people consider Mission burritos to be as integral to San Francisco's food culture as pizza is to that of Chicago. La Taqueria, El Farolito, and Taqueria La Cumbre are only a few top-rated options for this Mexican standout.

  • Humphry Slocombe: The ice-cream scene in San Francisco is second to none, and Humphry Slocombe—with outposts in both the Mission and the Ferry Building—is arguably the leader of the pack. With experimental flavors including Secret Breakfast (bourbon ice cream sprinkled with cornflakes), they give Ben & Jerry's a serious run for their money.

Safety 

California is home to several cities that are famous the world over - Beverly Hills, Long Beach, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, to name a few. However, San Francisco stands out from its sister cities thanks to its unique architecture, one of a kind landscape, and iconic landmarks. Even if you’ve never been to California, let alone San Francisco, you’ve probably seen the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island in various pieces of American mass media.

Because of how unique San Francisco is, the “City by the Bay” receives tons of visitors every year. Exploring San Fran can be extremely fun if you put safety first and learn about the city’s crime statistics. San Francisco ranks 2nd out of 100 on the National Crime Index - where 1 represents cities with high crime rates, and 100 represents cities with low crime rates. Out of a population of nearly 900,000 citizens, several crime databases suggest that 1 in every 140 citizens may experience violent crime throughout the year. Property-related crime is purportedly much more frequent, with 1 in every 18 citizens likely to have their property vandalized or stolen. Stay alert, use Bounce to store your luggage, and contact SFPD if you need help while you’re visiting San Francisco.

Frequently Asked Questions

“What’s the best way to get around San Francisco?”

  • San Francisco’s rolling landscape makes walking, biking, and scootering the best ways to travel. No matter which part of the city you’re in, tons of stores, shops, and restaurants will always be within walking distance. If you’re planning on visiting places like the San Francisco Zoo, however, you’ll definitely want to use the city’s public transportation system. 

“Is public transportation in San Francisco safe?”

  • San Fran’s transit system isn’t just one of the safest in California, it’s also one of the most versatile and refined. Buses, trains, trolleys, and cable cars will help you quickly get around the City by the Bay. Stay sharp and respect your fellow commuters, and you likely won’t have any trouble using San Fran’s transit system.

“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in San Francisco?”

  • Outer Richmond is one of the best places to stay in San Fran - Specifically, the area near Clement St and Legion of Honor. The environment here is very calm, and this area purportedly experiences very little crime annually. 

“What are the best museums to visit in San Francisco?”

  • San Francisco is a cultural melting pot. The museums in the “Golden City” are proof of that claim. Places like the Asian Art Museum, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, The Museum of African Diaspora, the Exploratorium, and the Walt Disney Family Museum are must-sees. 

“What’s the best time of year to visit San Francisco?”

  • If you want to explore San Fran when it’s less crowded, try visiting in the spring or the fall. The city will be cheaper and quieter than usual. Conversely, visit San Fran during the summer if you want to experience the most lively version of the Golden City. 

Reviews

Aliyah Torres

I was a little bit hesitant to book (I've never used a service like this before for luggage storage) but I needed a place that would be open late and was convenient to Bart to get to the airport. The market staff was very friendly and my bag was kept safe while I explored the Mission District in San Francisco. Everything was great: convenience and friendly service at a very affordable price!

Giselle Patel

Quick transaction when dropping off and picking up luggage at Hotel. Download the app and schedule the storage ahead of time, so that they can find your booking on their computer, and quickly tag your items. Allowed my husband and I to spend our last day in San Francisco hands free, since our flight wasn’t until 11pm. Thanks!

Muhammad Evans

I was so relieved to find this storage service. It made our day at The Ferry Building in San Francisco so much more enjoyable. The location was very convenient and the front desk personnel at Hotel Griffon were courteous and prompt. I'll definitely use this service again and recommended the service to family and friends.

Frequently asked questions

  • Where is the best places to stay and eat while in San Francisco?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Boudin Bakery, Buena Vista, and House of Prime Rib. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within San Francisco are San Francisco Marriott Marquis, Holiday Inn San Francisco Golden Gateway, and City Center Inn & Suites. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels in San Francisco are HI San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco International Hostel, and Orange Village Hostel.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in San Francisco?

    San Francisco offers several scenic parks including Union Square, Golden Gate Park, and San Francisco Botanical Garden.

  • What are the best museums and historical attractions in San Francisco?

    If you're looking for a good museum in San Francisco, we recommend San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, De Young Museum, and Boudin Bakery. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of San Francisco's most popular historical attractions including Conservatory of Flowers, Alamo Square, or Santa Rosa and monuments like World War II Memorial, Pioneer Log Cabin, or Labyrinth. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Sutro Baths, Battery Spencer, or Battery Cranston.

  • Where can I store my luggage in San Francisco?

    We've partnered with local San Francisco businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.