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California Style Magazine Features Lodge at the Presidio

Lodge at the Presidio

San Francisco Fort Nights
The tree-lined Presidio now has a plush new perch: the elegant Lodge at the Presidio, a 42-room hotel inside reworked Colonial Revival-style barracks. The former mess hall and regimental offices have been adapted by designer Laura Cook, in partnership with the Presidio Trust, into a military-inspired lobby and guest rooms, with a courtyard overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge.

Instinct Magazine Features Inn at the Presidio

Inn at the Presidio

Travel Thursday: Embark on a Delicious Foodie Journey in San Francisco
By: Ryan Shea

Yes, every city has their claim that they are the best when it comes to the diverse culinary scene they have, but I wholeheartedly believe that the only part of the United States that rivals NYC when it comes to food has to be San Francisco…

There are also two fabulous places you must stay at when you visit San Francisco. How are you going to eat all this darn food if you don’t have a place to crash afterwards during your food coma?

Forbes – Secrets Of Luxury Hotel Design With BraytonHughes

Inn at the Presidio Lobby

By: Amber Gibson

Things at BraytonHughes have changed a lot in the last 30 years. When Richard Brayton and Stanford Hughes established their namesake design firm in San Francisco in 1989 their focus was on high-end corporate work and for many years it was a bit of a boys’ club. Today, two-thirds of their work is in hospitality and the principals are mostly minorities and women.

Three BraytonHughes principals – Fischbach, Villalon and Kiko Singh – share their thoughts on trends and hot topics in luxury hotel design.

Sacramento Magazine Features Lodge and Inn at the Presidio

Lodge at the Presidio and Inn at the Presidio in the Presidio of San Francisco, California
By Krista Minard

It’s cold—it’s San Francisco, after all. It’s also crowded—it’s Union Square—but that adds to the happy energy. Your ankles are wobbly, and you don’t dare look up at the window decorations on the top five of Macy’s seven floors, or at the perfectly symmetrical Christmas tree nearby. You can smell sausages from the vending cart, and coffee and hot chocolate from the cafe. If you don’t think too hard, you can imagine you’re skating figure eights in perfect time to the holiday music. The Union Square Holiday Ice Rink epitomizes big-city Christmas like not much else.

Happy Holidays From Lodge at the Presidio

Come share a moment with the Lodge at the Presidio and enjoy the lights and warmth of the holiday season. We decorated the lodge with subtle lights, foliage and ribbon with the intent of creating a simple warm design. We’ve had so many compliments on the decorations that we’ve asked our photographers and videographers to create a seasonal postcard for our friends to enjoy.

805 Living Magazine – Soldiering On In San Francisco

805 Living Magazine Features The Lodge at the Presidio

Offering a bit of nature amid the urban bustle of San Francisco, the Lodge at the Presidio is housed in former army barracks that date back to the 1890s and are part of the ongoing restoration of the Presidio of San Francisco, a 1,500-acre park in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

UK Telegraph – Lodge at the Presidio

Lodge at the Presidio Lobby

By: Laura Chubb

8/10 Telegraph expert rating
“It’s not just the Golden Gate Bridge views that make this smart boutique hotel special. Planted in the heart of San Francisco’s Presidio national park, the surrounding forest and coast envelop guests in the city’s natural beauty.”

CNN – 10 Secrets Of The Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge - San Francisco, California

By: Katia Hetter
October 3, 2018

San Francisco (CNN) — An icon of the San Francisco Bay Area, the Golden Gate Bridge is more than a means for drivers to cross between the city of San Francisco and Marin County to the north.

A grand presence in California since it first opened after four years of construction in 1937 at a cost of $27 million, the bridge has made its appearance in film (“The Maltese Falcon” and “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”) and poetry (“The Changing Light” by beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti) and contributed to local folklore.