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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 77%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 72%Family Travelers
- 67%Green Travelers
- 61%Local Culture
- 61%Adventure Travelers
Member Reviews (9)
- Cavallo PointMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 2First to ReviewNov 06, 2013
Imagine two totally disparate vacations: an historic lodge (formerly military barracks) on national park grounds, tucked in between imposing hills and a white-capped bay. Now imagine one of the world's most popular cities (San Francisco) with a hotel just across one of the world's most popular landmarks (the Golden Gate Bridge), with a Michelin-starred restaurant (Murray Circle), a 1940s-style glamorous bar (Farley's), cooking school and world-class spa. It's spendy, but if you're looking for quality and value, it's worth it. Plus, during the week, they have all sorts of great deals.
- Cavallo PointMember ofFoodiesOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 3Oct 03, 2013
Lovely views, a fantastic place to go on fog free Sausalito evenings. We love to sit on the porch out side Farley's with a glass of wine and have a light dinner.
- Cavallo PointMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11Jan 27, 2014
If being eco-friendly without sacrificing luxury is top on your priority list, you won’t want to miss the Bay Area’s Cavallo Point. And the best part? You can bring your four-legged friend along with you for a little green getaway. After a romp around the Golden Gate National Recreational Area, your pooch will appreciate the Eco Luxe Pups program, which provides locally made lush bedding, a quick-dry towel, custom food and water bowls, and plenty of treats and cookies (organic, of course).
- Cavallo PointMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureFamily Travelers+ 3Jan 20, 2014
This luxury resort has two different types of rooms, Historic and Contemporary, and we stayed in a "Contemporary King Suite" room (see the photos). Although it looked plain and somewhat unattractive from ourside the building, the room was well maintained, clean, and comfortable, and it was big enough for two adults and two small children. The view of Golden Gate bridge from the room (which I believe most rooms have) made it special -- note that from some rooms, view may be partially blocked by surrounding tall trees, so you may want to check it when making reservation.
There is a small pier about five minutes walk from the resort where you can see the bridge upclose from its base. It's an excellent place for a great photos, but it often gets foggy in the morning, and when we last visited in May, the bridge was completely covered and invisible early in the morning.
We did like the resort's restaurant, Murray Circle, very much with its upscale ambiance and excellent food.
- Cavallo PointMember ofFoodiesLuxury TravelersTrendstersNov 06, 2013
Beautiful local for the green hotel. The property offers exceptional views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge. You can enjoy the grounds without staying at the hotel by having a drink and maybe a meal in their restaurant.
- Cavallo PointMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureLuxury TravelersSep 27, 2013
With a prime location in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Cavallo Point blends old and new to great effect. The restored buildings of Fort Baker, a former U.S. army base, house its 142 rooms and suites. And there’s plenty to do on site, beginning with a Healing Arts Center & Spa, an organic Tea Bar, a cooking school, and yoga classes.
Room to Book: The Historic Deluxe with View rooms in the Contemporary building have just that—sweeping panoramas of the San Francisco Bay—along with gas fireplaces, buttery-leather armchairs, and vintage crown molding.
Insider Tip: Try the hotel’s healing arts services, which range from acupuncture to clinical massage, hypnotherapy to energy work.
- Cavallo PointOct 10, 2012
What a location! I did not stay here but I was on the property for a dinner. The property has a great view of Gold Gate Bridge and San Francisco. I live in the city but it was a treat to go to this property. Maybe I will stay here for a special occasion!
Excellent!342 reviews across the web.
- Guests recommend this hotel for a romantic getaway.
- Guests think this is a good hotel for sports.
- Location95% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
- GroundsPool was lovely, according to 91%.
- Ambiance89% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
- Hotel Building86% said the facilities were very new.
- Hotel79% thought it was clean.
- Wellness/Sportstop-notch fitness area, thought 75%.