Located in the SoMa district, Marriott Marquis Hotel San Francisco is the city’s second largest hotel and among the most recognizable. Often described as the “jukebox” due to its unique exterior design, the 39-story,  luxury hotel features 1,500 completely renovated guest rooms and suites, multiple dining options, renowned conference facilities and two-level fitness center.

San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel (credit: Randy Yagi)

About San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel

San Francisco Marriott Marquis

780 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 896-1600

Celebrating its 30th year, the San Francisco Marriott Marquis is better than ever after it unveiled its stunning redesign. With its prime location, the Marriott Marquis is within minutes of some of San Francisco’s most notable landmarks. For example, Union Square, Museum of Modern Art, Westfield Center, Yerba Buena Gardens and Moscone Center. Also not far is the world famous Chinatown neighborhood, Powell Street BART station, the historic Ferry Building and Oracle Park. Several exceptional restaurants are also nearby, such as Michelin starred Benu and O’ by Claude Le Tohic. First time visitors to San Francisco may also want to see the Golden Gate Bridge.


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Completely renovated with contemporary designs and upscale furnishings, the Marriott Marquis features 1,500 rooms including 138 spacious suites and 41 accessible rooms. Guests have several room types to select, from King Rooms and Double Queen Rooms to Hospitality Suites, Presidential Suites and Bi-Level Suites.

Room Amenities

Each of the rooms offer a number of modern, conveniences, such as 46” smart HDTVs, in-room tablets and laptop friendly safe. Other amenities include plush bedding, premium bath products, mini-refrigerator and wet bar.

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View Lounge (photo courtesy of San Francisco Marriott Marquis)


The San Francisco Marriott Marquis offers three dining options, in addition to exclusive access to the M Lounge for Platinum, Titanium and Ambassador Marriott Bonvoy members. For guests “on the go”, the hotel has a Mission Street Pantry for coffee, quick bites and lunch items. For sit dining and beverages, the hotel offers B55 Craft House & Kitchen, with comfort foods, craft beers and bourbons, and the View Lounge. Located on the 39th floor, the View Lounge opens at 4 p.m. daily and is regarded as one of the best spots for spectacular views of the city.

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Spa & Fitness

The San Francisco Marriott Marquis features COR Spa and Fitness Center, of the largest facilities of its kind in the City. Open 24 hours daily, the fitness center features state-of-the-art cardio and exercise equipment on the 4th and 5th levels, in addition to steam rooms in the locker rooms. The facility also offers four treatment rooms backed with an impressive COR Spa Menu and staff, with options like body scrubs, integrated massages, facials and body waxing.

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Conference/Meeting Space

As one of San Francisco’s leading business hotels, the Marriott Marquis offers 67 event rooms across more than 135,000 square feet of event space. Of the available space, the hotel’s two largest are the 22,563 square foot Golden Gate Ballroom for up to 2,375 guests and the 39,621 square foot Yerba Buena Ballroom for up to 5,500 guests. Marriott Marquis also offers a wide range of catering services, like plated meals and buffets and reception dishes.


Marriott Marquis’ event space and catering services are also available for intimate wedding ceremonies and receptions. The hotel’s wedding specialists are available to help plan the entire event. On-site wedding space includes the View Lounge and Yerba Buena Ballroom for up to 3,120 guests.

Hotel Services

As a leading business and leisure hotel, Marriott Marquis Hotel San Francisco offers an array of guest services. To illustrate, there is valet parking, complete business center, concierge, gift shop, barber shop, beauty salon and dry cleaning.


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About The Author

Randy Yagi is an award-winning freelance writer who has covered national/international travel for CBS Local and all things San Francisco for CBS San Francisco. He is a Media Fellow of Stanford University and a member of the Freelance Council of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW).


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