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The bar/restaurant Farley Bar at Cavallo Point Hotel is quite nice too. Lots of yummy cocktail choices and tasty food items to snack on or eat for dinner. Definitely worth checking out if you want to get out of San Francisco for a bit. I bet in the Spring time it will quite nice at Cavallo Point Hotel!
The views from the Cavallo Point Hotel are pretty darn cool. If you can’t get enough of the Golden Gate Bridge and you don’t want to stay in the heart of San Francisco when you visit here the Cavallo Point Hotel is an awesome choice.
I recently got to visit some friends who were celebrating an anniversary at Cavallo Point Hotel in Suasalito overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. So I had to shoot several pics. The hotel is beautiful as it looks very cozy with a beautiful fireplace and the view they had was quite awesome! Check the pictures out below.
Cavallo Point Hotel is located at historic Fort Baker and it’s set on 45 acres of land. Fort Baker used to be an army post and was built at the turn of the century. The property practices sustainable and green living. Map below!
The view from the Hotel Griffon is quite nice as long as you have a room that faces the Bay Bridge. Oh you also have to make sure your weathe is nice. If it’s overcast then maybe wait for the weather to be better or just enjoy the overcast pictures. Make sure at least have good camera. I love the way these pictures of the Hotel Griffon turned out even though you can see how overcast it is.
Check out all the photos of the Bay Bridge here on SFPhotorama.com at this link:
Or you can go directly to Bay Bridge At Night In The Rain Framed.
Or even these two Bay Bridge pics at Sunrise.
I was trying to come up with a really good list of the best hotels here in San Francisco for folks that are thinking of visiting San Francisco. And for folks that have never visited here. So I put in some time to think about this as there are a lot of hotels here and I came up with the list below.
I wanted to make sure to include several historic hotels on the list and I also wanted to include some that are just really popular and some that are known for their architecture so I have this list below of the Top Ten Hotels In San Francisco that I put together for SFPhotorama.com. For those of you that already live here what do you think? Am I missing anything?
It is always advisable to call these hotels to make sure you get the best deals. Usually you can work deals with them and get the best rates. I love getting hotel specials! Don’t you?
1. Westin St Francis Hotel – 335 Powell Street
2. The Fairmont San Francisco – 950 Mason Street
3. The Intercontinental Mark Hopkins – 999 California Street
4. Hyatt Regency – 5 Embarcadero Center
5. Palace Hotel – 2 Montgomery Street
6. W Hotel – 181 Third Street
7. The Clift – 495 Geary Street
8. St Regis – 125 3rd Street
9. Four Seasons – 757 Market Street
10. Ritz Carlton – 600 Stockton Street at California