Argonaut Hotel, San Francisco

Argonaut Hotel

The historic Argonaut Hotel is ideally situated at the intersection of Hyde and Jefferson streets in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf [map]. Built in 1907 as the Haslett Warehouse, the four-story brick building was originally home to the world's largest fruit and vegetable cannery. Owned by the National Park Service since the late 1970s, the property was renovated in 2003 to house the Argonaut Hotel and the Maritime National Historic Visitor Center. The hotel offers stunning views of the San Francisco Bay and is just minutes away from many of the city's notable attractions, including the famed Pier 39.

Program review attendees who stay at the Argonaut Hotel can take advantage of the following amenities:

  • A daily $10 food and beverage credit at the on-site Blue Mermaid Restaurant
  • Complimentary wifi and fitness center access
  • A two-hour maximum, daily URB-E electric scooter or bicycle rental (based on availability)
  • Discounts and special offers at Ben and Jerry's and See's Candies

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