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Our perfect Fisherman’s Wharf location is just a short walk, Caza Cruiser bike ride, or Cable Car ride to San Francisco's world-famous iconic attractions like Ghirardelli Square, Pier 39, Lombard Street (the crookedest street!), Alcatraz Ferry Landing, and the Golden Gate Bridge. Or, join one of the many tours of San Francisco and visit the unique neighborhoods of North Beach, Chinatown, Haight, or the Mission. Discover the parks, beaches, and exceptional trails for excellent urban hiking. Ask us for directions and we’ll send you on your way!



Your outdoor excursions are endless in San Francisco. Discover Lovers Lane in the Presidio, bike the trail along Crissy Field, hike the Crosstown Trail, the longest trail in San Francisco, or dip your feet in the Pacific Ocean at Baker Beach. Walk up the Filbert Stairs to Coit Tower and discover quaint homes and vista points, that are only accessible on foot. The options are never-ending, so visit with our lobby ambassadors for further information.

golden gate bridge from beach
Hot Air Balloon


Just across the Golden Gate Bridge, in the Marin Headlands, you will find the Historic Fort Cronkhite offering a beach and hillsides with fantastic views and trails. Luckily, we are only a short drive from Sonoma where you can visit the Historic Jack London’s House or enjoy a hot air balloon ride. Or, follow Highway One south and see one of the most spectacular coastlines, while passing many perfect surfing spots on your way to Santa Cruz.


San Francisco is home to the Golden Gate Park. This park is known for its many trails, museums, arboretum and wildlife such as the Bison. Stop at Mission Dolores Park and take in the breathtaking Mission Dolores from the late 1700s, or go to the Presidio, the former military base, or just steps from the hotel, you’ll find the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park, including many historic vessels.

Family playing soccer
fisherman's wharf sign


This historical part of San Francisco gets its name from the city’s early days of the mid to later 1800s when fishermen came to support the influx of people seeking their wealth during the gold rush. Today, it still has a small fishing fleet and is home to Pier 39, Red & White Fleet, Ghirardelli Square, the Historic Cable Car turnarounds and Boudin Bakery, famous for its sourdough breads, Alcatraz Landing with tours to the world famous formerly Alcatraz Penitentiary, not to mention restaurants featuring delicious foods of all kinds. All is located within approximately 0.5 miles of the hotel.


San Francisco is home to many neighborhoods with their own unique culture and worth visiting. Close to Fisherman’s Wharf you will discover North Beach, Chinatown, Union Square, Financial District, Cow Hollow, the Embarcadero and further out, you will find the Mission District, The Castro, SoMa and Haight-Ashbury, and the list goes on and on. Let us know what you are interested in and we’ll find the right neighborhood for you.

Ferry Building by Louis Raphael
California Academy of Sciences


Are you looking to be entertained? Take your pick! Davies Symphony Hall, War Memorial & Performing Arts Center, if you are interested in performing arts. Attend a game with the San Francisco Giants, Golden Gate Warriors or the San Francisco 49’ers. Here you can find a major sport any time of the year. Or feel like learning something new? Then visit the Museum of Modern Art, the Cable Car Museum, the Walt Disney Museum, Exploratorium, Academy of Science. Wait – did I say that there are over 100 museums in San Francisco? Let us know how we can help find the best entertainment for you.


Created by our Caza staff based on your preferences. Let us know if you are interested in discovering the urban outdoors, or whale watching by boat or from land, or hike one of the many mountain tops in the Bay Area. We have partnered with Love Tours and the San Francisco Walking Tour companies. They both have local experts specializing in small intimate tours that will take you places where the busses cannot go. Our favorite hikes include a 2 mile walk along the waterfront from the Maritime National Historic Park, through Fort Mason, along Marina Green, past the yachts anchored in their berths, to the Palace of Fine Arts constructed in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific Exposition for art.

Or, simply get a recommendation from our staff on their favorite local spots!

Maritime Museum