Cavallo Point - the Lodge at the Golden Gate

Sausalito, California

601 Murray Circle
Fort Baker
Sausalito, California 94965
United States
At A Glance
Historic Hotels of America LVX
Opened 2008
Guest Rooms 142
Suites 68
DBL/DBL 12
King Rooms 62
Check in 4:00 PM
Check out 12:00 PM
Smoking rooms No
Pets allowed No
Self parking Free private parking
Seasonal Rates: High Low Shoulder
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Number of Meeting Rooms 10
Ideal Group Size 150
Max Group Size 200

Fees/Taxes

Resort Fee $30
Room Tax 14%
Sales Tax 8.5%

Airport Proximity

Oakland International Airport
60 min 40 miles (64 km)
San Francisco International Airport
42 min 21 miles (34 km)
Amenities
Business:
Audiovisual equipment and high-speed Internet connection.
Free WiFi
Free self & valet parking
Dry cleaning/laundry service
Free ferry terminal shuttle
Concierge services
Shopping on site
Wedding services
Smoke-free property
Free area shuttle
Recreation:
Cooking school
spa treatments
healing arts services
yoga daily
heated outdoor meditation pool
workshops
lectures
guided hikes and tours
art gallery
restaurant
bar
and one of California’s largest wine lists.
Nearby:
Bay Area Discovery Museum
Headlands Center for the Arts
and Marine Mammal Center; hundreds of miles of hiking
biking
and horseback riding trails; plus all the vast attractions of San Francisco
the greater Bay Area
and Napa-Sonoma wine country.
Dining, Food & Beverage
Onsite Dining: Capacity
Farley Bar
50
Informal Dining
Murray Circle
100
Bay Area Cuisine
F&B Averages:
Breakfast Buffet $37-50 Cont. $25-35
Lunch Buffet $39-65 Plated $40-70
Dinner Buffet $65-100 Plated $75-95
Coffee Break $15
2-Hour Open Bar $100
Meeting Space
Largest Meeting Room 2,400 ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 14,000 ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 26,500 ft²
Capacity Chart
Callippe 2,379 61 x 39 27 120 250 170 200 250 60 0 0
Callippe Foyer 1,504 47 x 32 14 0 0 0 160 0 0 0 0
Callippe Terrace 1,500 60 x 25 0 0 0 0 160 0 0 0 0
Demonstration Kitchen 1,125 25 x 45 12 0 0 0 50 0 0 0 0
Kober Lawn 6,000 120 x 50 0 0 0 0 660 0 0 0 0
Mission Blue 2,232 62 x 36 27 112 215 120 250 58 55 0 0
Mission Blue Lawn 5,000 100 x 50 0 0 0 0 550 0 0 0 0
Silverspot 627 19 x 33 13 28 60 40 70 28 27 0 0
Surfbird 1,750 70 x 25-39 12 87 170 130 190 64 66 0 0
Surfbird A 975 25 x 39 12 44 90 50 105 34 36 0 0
Surfbird B 1,125 45 x 25 0 51 100 80 125 40 42 0 0
Tidewater 1,750 70 x 25 12 87 170 130 190 64 66 0 0
Tidewater A 975 25 x 39 0 44 90 50 105 34 36 0 0
Tidewater B 1,125 45 x 25 12 51 110 80 125 40 42 0 0
Verbena 1,750 70 x 25-38 12 87 170 130 190 64 66 0 0
Verbena A 950 25 x 38 12 43 85 50 95 34 36 0 0
Verbena B 1,125 45 x 25 12 51 110 80 125 40 42 0 0
Vintner's Room 950 38 x 25 12 0 0 0 95 16 0 0 0
News
2015 National Geographic World Legacy Awards
Posted March 16, 2015
We Are Honored!
We’re very excited to share the news that Cavallo Point was just named winner of the 2015 National Geographic World Legacy Awards for ‘Sense of Place.’ This category recognizes excellence in enhancing sense of place and authenticity, including support for the protection of historical monuments, archaeological sites, cultural events, indigenous heritage and artistic traditions.

More than 150 entries were received, representing 56 countries across six continents. Winners in five categories were selected by 18 international judges, with Cavallo Point being the only winner from the United States.

Cavallo Point Lodge, United States — A successful collaboration between the lodge owners, the city of Sausalito and Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Cavallo Point transformed the dilapidated Fort Baker military barracks into a thriving LEED Gold-certified sustainable tourism lodge, restoring more than a dozen historic buildings to their original design and garnering top architectural honors from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The revival of Fort Baker has preserved an important landmark of San Francisco's heritage next to the Golden Gate Bridge.

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