Fort Baker, set on 45 natural acres, was an army post built at the turn of the 20th century in the Marin Headlands. Designed in Colonial Revival style using symmetrical and classical elements, the historic buildings at Cavallo Point were thoughtfully placed around a 10-acre parade ground so as to take advantage of the area’s majestic setting. Today, the newly refurbished officers’ quarters offer myriad heritage accommodations, while the original residential appeal and integrity are complemented by comfortable appointments. The entire property is a sustainable luxury hotel and a statement of green living. It is the home of the Institute at the Golden Gate, an environmental program of the National Parks Conservancy, and the sister property to Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur.
Fort Baker is listed as a Historic District in the National Register of Historic Places, and Cavallo Point was named one of ten "New Green American Landmarks" by Travel + Leisure.
Original Property Opened: 1901
601 Murray Circle
San Francisco, CA 94965
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Turn of the Century, 1896 ~ 1913
Fort Baker, set on 45 natural acres, was an army post built at the turn of the 20th century in the Marin Headlands.
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