Escape to…Argonaut Hotel | San Francisco, CA

With a name like the Argonaut, it’s impossible not to speak of this hotel in grand, almost legendary terms. Inspired by the Greek legend and Gold Rush-era adventurers, it’s one of those rare places in San Francisco that truly merits a term like iconic. Located in the historic Haslett Warehouse, the Argonaut’s home is a grand building built in 1907 of exposed brick, Douglas Fir beams and so much seaside character; you feel as though you can almost reach out and touch the colorful Barbary Coast past here. Our boutique hotel is also celebrated for an unsurpassed level of 4-Diamond service and amenities that provide an unforgettable destination experience. Couple that with a positively perfect location at San Francisco’s most famous address: perched on the edge of the Bay at Fisherman’s Wharf, and it’s easy to see why the hotel is so coveted. A recipient of the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award for five years running.

Housed in the historic Haslett Warehouse, a completely renovated all-brick building over a century old, The Argonaut is the ideal venue to experience the color and ambiance of Fisherman’s Wharf. You’re also walking distance from other popular nearby attractions including the shops and restaurants of Pier 39, Ghirardelli Square, the tall ships of Hyde Street Pier and the famous Powell-Hyde Street cable car turn-around.

Location:  San Franscisco, CA
Distance from Airport:  San Franscisco Intl. Airport  (SFO) approx. 40-50 mins. away
Distance from Cruise Terminal:  James R. Herman Cruise Terminal -The Embarcadero approx. 8– 10 mins. away

Argonaut Hotel makes a great San Francisco “Escape” location. Close to Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39 and Ghirardelli Square. Planning to cruise? Why not consider this hotel as a pre or post cruise stay. Only 10 mins away from the cruise port!  To book an San Francisco“Escape” or cruise package contact me at karen.holmes@mei-travel.com!

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