At the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge, on gorgeous grounds covered in pine and eucalyptus trees, Cavallo Point offers unmatched views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the skyline beyond the bay. The lobby chalkboard keeps track of the day’s activities, which include yoga, hikes and wellness seminars.
There are two options to lay your head. Sixty-eight historic rooms and suites are in the endearing Colonial Revival buildings, complete with gas fireplaces and wraparound porches with rocking chairs. There are also 74 modern accommodations, with eco furniture and the finest views of the bridge and bay. Both the new and old wings are LEED Gold certified.
The Michelin-starred restaurant Murray Circle is known for its emphasis on all things local and artisanal. Native plants flourish all over the 10-acre grounds, and spa lovers will want to indulge in an organic treatment or acupuncture at the Healing Arts Center, which also has a fabulous heated outdoor meditation pool, garden and tea bar.
The bohemian hub of the West Coast has the better things in life in droves. A thriving foodie scene is backed by micro-breweries and of course, some of the best wines in the country. Take in the world class sights, such as the Golden Gate Bridge and the vibrant neighborhoods of Chinatown and the Castro.
Ways you can help in San Francisco
Play your part and help alleviate suffering and break the cycles of poverty and marginalization. Serving meals to the marginalized is a transformative experience. This program requires 85 volunteers each day to fill the breakfast, prep, lunch and dinner shifts, 364 days a year. With your help they can serve up to 2,400 meals per day to the community. You can assist […]
Families can become Park Stewards and help restore unique San Francisco coastal habitat. The sites feature California coastal scrub, shifting sand dunes, and coastal prairies–all in the backyard of bustling San Francisco. Over 100,000 plants have been planted, and plenty of work remains to be done to restore and maintain the native coastal ecosystems of this […]
The vision is to end hunger in San Francisco. It’s a huge job that’s only gotten more difficult as the community struggles to come out of a prolonged period of economic difficulty, with high numbers of people pushed to the point of poverty. Thankfully, thousands of caring donors and supporters have rallied around and the operations have scaled up to meet […]