Culture & History
Built upon the former Fort Baker, Cavallo Point Lodge is filled with a rich history of the bygone years of this now vibrant city destination. Admire incredible artwork in both historic and contemporary guest rooms from a range of internationally recognized artists. For outdoor adventures, the Golden Gate National Park offers 75 thousand acres of incredible landscapes to explore, withholding some incredible feats of history including Alcatraz, Fort Mason and the Presidio of San Francisco.
Taste, create and explore - Cavallo Point Cooking School offers guests the chance to get hands on in the kitchen alongside chefs who have a keen eye for seasonality and sustainability. Classes range from Flavours of the Eastern Mediterranean to South Italian Favourites, embracing cuisines from around the world with the use of local San Francisco ingredients. Guests can also enjoy the Chef's Counter dining experience, watching Head Chef Tony Adams up close as he creates beautiful haute cuisine in an intimate setting.
Dining & Gourmet
Amid its tranquil bay side setting, Cavallo Point Lodge is home to the acclaimed Murray Circle restaurant, famed for its fresh local ingredients and stunning Golden Gate Bridge views, making it one of the top culinary destinations in the Bay Area. The hotel's Farley Bar is also popular with guests and locals alike, offering creative cocktails and sublime small-plate menus amongst cosy fireplaces and plush leather seating, making it the social heart of this historic hotel.