Marriott San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Marriott San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco (North Beach), you’ll be minutes from San Francisco Art Institute and Lombard Street. This hotel is close to Pier 39 and Alcatraz Island.
Make yourself at home in one of the 285 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and Smart televisions. Your room comes with a pillowtop bed. Netflix provides entertainment, and wired and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Partially open bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature designer toiletries and hair dryers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a fitness center, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Food & Drink
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant or in a coffee shop/café. Or stay in and take advantage of the hotel’s room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, limo/town car service, and express check-in. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and meeting rooms.
How to Get There
Check in was excellently done by Mindy who did a great job. We had come abit early and were allocated a room.
We felt very much at home having been to Fisherman several times before. Excellent services by all staff from the security, concierge, housekeeping etc.
Manuel of Concierge did a marvelous job. He was very cordial. We needed a lift to Mountain View, which is approximately 45 minutes drive from the hotel. The driver refused to take us and Manuel assisted us in getting another driver. When the first driver came back to plead with us that we take him back, we refused and Manuel very well assisted in the planning. He had very high energy, friendly and makes visitors feel more at home
John, Michael, Shah and all the others also did an excellent job. They all surely deserve recognition and appreciation. In my last stay at the hotel, I had met John and again met him this time. It was great that he very well remembered me.
The housekeeping department spearheaded by Yuyu also did a wonderful job.
The breakfast was also excellent and indeed, extra efforts by staff. The bar lady was also brilliant at all times. Kudos also to Connie at the reception and everyone else.
Thank you for making our stay enjoyable.
Daxa and Mayur Shah
Our stay here has been wonderful, clean comfortable rooms and friendly staff. Really loving the bed and the pillows, after a long day it is comfortable. The rooms have been updated and it is nice. Love they have USB ports to charge your multiple devices.
We were in SF for 2 days at the start of our vacation and chose this hotel due to it's location since we did not plan on spending much time in the hotel itself. The hotel was within walking distance to Fisherman's Wharf, Ghirardelli Square, Lombard Street, and one of the trolley stops. The hotel was very clean and most importantly the beds and pillows were perfect. There was a bar area near the lobby that was a nice space to drink a couple of beers (pricey) and watch sports on the television.
Let me say from the outset that we really liked this hotel. It just has few shortcomings that prevent a perfect rating. First, it is in a great location - Ghirardelli Square two blocks to the left, Fisherman's Wharf two blocks to the right and an In 'N' Out Burger and Krispy Kreme a block away. What more could you want? We checked in just before 4 pm and our room was not ready. The front desk (Grace) could not have been more apologetic. She gave us the option of a lesser room but if wanted to wait for our suite she offered us free drink coupons. In the meantime she explained all our Titanium Elite benefits, including the free water in the room and our breakfast entitlement. We had barely started our glasses of wine when she came over with our keys. The room was spacious for the area and had obviously been recently renovated. The bathroom was quite nice, with the only issue being the shower control at the wrong end - a common problem with Marriott bathroom renos. The bed was comfortable but as others have noted the pillows were too soft and compressed easily. We returned to the bar/restaurant because we hungry, tired and had flown from the east coast. The restaurant has cafeteria-like seating that looks like it came from IKEA, and as a result is not very welcoming. The food however was excellent, as well as the staff in the evening. The same could not be said of the staff at breakfast, although the food was still excellent. They were generally aloof and unhelpful. Although not busy when we arrived and we were seated immediately, it took almost 10 minutes to get coffee or juice, and then we had to ask if it was self-serve. The waitress said she was busy although she was standing there looking around. Observing other tables, staff did not seem to be anxious to serve those getting "free" breakfast - identified by a large green receipt placed by the hostess. Our second day there had us wondering how the staff could be so different from the evenings to mornings. Although the housekeeping to the room was good more attention to the common areas is needed. The floor of one elevator was dirty and cobwebs hung from lamps near the elevator doors on our floor. Overall we enjoyed the hotel and would return if in the area.
This is an older Marriott, but the rooms have been recently renovated, so very nice and comfortable. Great location near Fisherman's Wharf. My only complainant is that I had done a mobile check-in so they automatically gave me a digital key and as a Platinum member, it also automatically gave me bonus points instead of the other amenities they offer. The desk person who checked me in mentioned that they automatically gave me bonus points but didn't tell me that I was giving up free breakfast each day (no concierge lounge at this location) and drink coupons for each night. I also wasn't told that the bottled water in my room was free for Platinum members. A little more explanation would have been nice so I could decide which option I preferred.