Marines Memorial Club Hotel

609 Sutter St, San Francisco, 94102, CA

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Families wanting to experience a little bit of history in San Francisco should consider the Marines Memorial Club Hotel. The hotel is dedicated as a living memorial to the US Marines who served during World War II. Conveniently located in the exciting theater district, this hotel will put your family right in the center of San Francisco. Discover all the area has to offer with tons of historical dining, shopping and entertainment attractions. At the hotel, you’ll find many modern amenities and services. Dining at the top floor restaurant makes mealtime delicious and convenient. The Club One Fitness and Spa offers a perfect place to relax or fit in an extra workout. Rooms boast luxury bath products and flat-screen TVs to make you feel right at home. There’s even a refrigerator for all your snacking needs. Free Wi-Fi will keep you connected to friends and family throughout your stay.

Our Editor Loves

  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Onsite dining

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Onsite Dining


Classic hotel in the heart of the city

by aholyman

My californian mates are both ex US Navy and so we were able to stay at this lovely hotel in the heart of the city close to the Cable cars.

The hotel dates back to 1946. The roof top restaurant and bar have the best views across the city. The happy hour was a top event.

Our room comfortable and well sorted.

Overall an excellent hotel. Thoroughly recommrneded.

First Time at Marine Memorial Club and Hotel

by fritzlam

We have visited San Francisco a number of times and passed by this hotel a number of times.
We decided to try it and stayed a week. We were not disappointed. The room was spacious, comfortable and clean. The staff were pleasant and courteous. A Breakfast buffet was provided on the 12th floor.
The location was a few blocks from the Powell Street Cable Car turn around, Union Square and some nice restaurants.