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Sausalito is a small North Bay community across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. There are only a few hotels in Sausalito, CA. Here you will find an overview of each one, so you can quickly pick the one that is right for you.
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Address: 601 Murray Circle
Nightly Rates: From $416 - $721
Rating: 4.5 Stars
The first on my list of the hotels in Sausalito, CA is Cavallo Point. This unique and historic hotel is at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge.
The location is ideal—in a serene setting, with easy access to both Sausalito and San Francisco.
Here you can relax with some spa treatments in the tranquil setting of the Healing Arts Center and Spa. You can also take cooking classes at the Cavallo Point Cooking School or dine at the luxurious Murray Circle Restaurant.
Here are just a few of the other amenities you will find here:
This hotel is a gorgeous new addition to the San Francisco Bay waterfront. Read other guest reviews and find the best price for the Cavallo Point Hotel in Sausalito on Booking.
Address: 30 El Portal
Nightly Rates: Start at around $255 - $435
Another one of top places to stay in Sausalito is The Inn Above Tide. This is a small boutique hotel with just 29 rooms.
It's right along the water with amazing views of the bay. The staff is helpful and friendly, and you will feel right at home with their balconies and fireplaces.
Some of its amenities include:
The only drawback to this hotel is that you can sometimes hear your neighbors through the walls or on the terraces. This isn't always a problem, but something to consider if you are a really light sleeper.
Address: 62 Princess Street
Nightly Rates: From $203 - $439
Rating: 3 Stars
With only 15 rooms, the Gables Inn Sausalito is one of the smaller bed and breakfasts in town.
This small hotel feels secluded in a beautiful grove of buckeye trees but is only a short walk to the downtown area and the San Francisco ferries. Some of the amenities here include:
The Gables Inn is the perfect retreat away from the chaos of the city. Read recent guest reviews and find the best deals on Booking.com.
Address: 801 Bridgeway
Nightly Rates: Start at around $273 - $538
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Just steps from downtown Sausalito, you will find Casa Madrona Hotel and Spa perched on a hill overlooking the bay.
This lovely, recently renovated hotel has 63 rooms and cottages with modern bathrooms. Other amenities here include:
You'll find many other restaurants, bars, and art galleries close to the hotel. Find the best deals and see other recent guest reviews for Casa Madrona on Booking.com.
Address: 16 El Portal
Nightly Rates: Start at around $185 - $325
Rating: 2.5 Stars
The least expensive of the options here is the Hotel Sausalito. This small, locally owned, family-run hotel has just 16 rooms and suites.
At this hotel, you will find special touches around every corner. All of the furniture was handcrafted by local artisans. You will also find stained glass windows and views of the park and harbor.
The hotel is luxurious, but not overly fussy. Other amenities you can expect include:
In addition to these hotels in Sausalito, CA, you can also rent your own apartment. This might seem a little risky, but it's one of my favorite lodging options when I travel.
By using TripAdvisor, you minimize your risk. Their listings include up-to-date reviews of dozens of apartments in the area. To quickly find the right option for you, narrow your search by selecting your price range, desired number of bedrooms and bathrooms, number of people you are traveling with, and the amenities that are most important to you.
If you do stay in Sausalito, make sure you find something close to downtown so you can get around easily. The heart of the action is on Bridgeway right along the San Francisco Bay.
If you plan on heading into and out of San Francisco frequently, you can either take the #10 Golden Gate bus or one of the San Francisco ferries.
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Hi there! I'm Jill Loeffler and welcome to my site. I've been exploring San Francisco for almost two decades and I can't wait to help you find the best things to do here! Thanks for stopping by and please contact me if you have any questions before your trip.