One Hotel, Two Baseball Teams, Endless Memories at AT&T Park
Modern Accommodations Less than 3 Miles from the Ballpark
Baseball by the bay is a can’t-miss experience when you’re in town and your favorite team (or any team) is taking on the formidable San Francisco Giants. AT&T Park has arguably the best view of any professional baseball stadium in the country, and when you stay at Holiday Inn Golden Gateway, you’re less than three miles from the action.
In fact, staying at Holiday Inn Golden Gateway doesn’t just make a baseball fan’s vacation a home run. You’re also just minutes from Lombard Street, Fisherman’s Wharf, and plenty of other city sights impossible to overlook. Catch the game (and perhaps a fly ball) and a cable car and see all of San Francisco, just steps outside your roomy, inviting Nob Hill hotel room!
Accommodations for a Weekend at the AT&T Park
Your favorite baseball team might not have hordes of supporters while on the road at in San Francisco, but at your home base, Holiday Inn Golden Gateway welcomes fans with any jersey! From die-hards to casual baseball fans, we host AT&T Park visitors nearly every gameday, and everyone is impressed by our first-class amenities which always exceed expectations. As our guest, you will enjoy:
- Spacious Rooms with Incredible views of Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the City Lights
- Free, Fast WiFi, All the Time
- Outdoor, Sixth-Floor Heated Pool
- R.O.H. Bar and Restaurant Offering Delicious Plates and Room Service
- 24-Hour Business and Fitness Center
- 32” Flat-Screen TV, Mini-Fridge, Blackout Shades, and Plush Triple-Sheet Bedding
San Francisco Room Blocks
Traveling with an entire cheering section? Reserve a room block and get a discounted group rate at Holiday Inn Golden Gateway.
Families, take note: kids (18 and under) always stay free when sharing a room with the parents. Bonus - rollaway beds are available! Even better, up to four kids ages 11 and under eat free at our onsite restaurant, R.O.H.!
AT&T Park Directions & Parking
Arrive at the Ballpark Before First Pitch
If you’re up for a 2.2 mile stroll to the stadium, go for it! There are plenty of sights to see along the way. You’ll walk by Union Square and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art before you’re swept up in the excited crowds flocking to the stadium.
You could also walk to Van Ness Ave & California St. (at the end of our block) and hop on the California Streetcar Line, which runs about every nine minutes. $2.75 and a half hour of great scenery later, you’ll be in front of the historic AT&T Park.
Rideshare or Taxi Fare: $5.00 to $20.00, Depending on Surge Pricing
Travel Time by Car: 12-20 Minutes
Streetcar Fare: $2.75
Travel Time by Streetcar: 40 Minutes
Stadium Parking: $25.00 to $40.00 in Most Stadium Lots
Hotel Parking: $40.00 per Night
Tailgate Lots: Lot C and Pier 30
Find the Best Seats in the Park
To Cheer on the Visitors
The 2008 Sports Facility of the Year is a wonder in itself, apart from the magnificent home runs and legendary battles that have taken place on the field. For fans of the visitors, look for tickets in sections 108 or 109 for close proximity to your hometown team. If you’re looking for seats with a smaller budget, move to sections 102 to 106, situated right in front of the visiting team’s bullpen.
For Amazing Views
If it’s a view you’re looking for, score some seats in sections 318 to 323. There’s always something to watch in the bay if the field action isn’t riveting enough. Plus, the views will make you Instagram-famous. If your seats are located towards the back of the section, make sure to pack a light hoodie - the wind is real. Find the most up to date season schedule and ticket information here.
Where to Eat and Drink on Game Day
Stop in at R-O-H, our onsite restaurant and bar before your night out at the park. With small plates and handcrafted cocktails, it’s the perfect spot to kick back and chat with your crew before you head out for the evening. If you’re still hungry when you’re heading back, treat yourself to the Caramel Crunch Skillet Cookie and a nightcap at R.O.H. Bar & Restaurant before retiring for the evening.
At the Stadium
The park opens two hours before first pitch, so get there early and stroll the outfield plaza. You won’t be able to resist the aromas, so grab a snack at one of the incredible food vendors before you head to your seat - a cold beer and garlic fries will do the trick! There’s also BBQ, famous crab sandwiches, and more. If it’s chilly, a piping hot chocolate is a great way to warm up during the later innings.
Near the Ballpark
After the game, you’re surrounded by endless options to extend your night out. Grab a cold local draft at the Public House and watch the highlights. Walk down 3rd for a unique, signature drink at the Alchemist, a trendy lounge, ideal for a late-night hangout. If it’s a gorgeous night, sit outside on the back patio of TRES and order a strong margarita and a plate of tacos.