Everything You Should Know About Visiting Cavallo Point Spa

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  • Healing Arts Center & Spa
  • Historic And Contemporary Lodging

Cavallo Point is an eco-paradise and wellness retreat with breathtaking views and first-rate facilities. Set on the grounds of a decommissioned army post on San Francisco Bay within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Cavallo Point features a spa, a photographic gallery, and an art gallery with private works by well-known artists.

Minutes from downtown San Francisco, the Marin Headlands, and the picturesque seaside town of Sausalito, Cavallo Point provides eco-friendly and understated elegance and great on-site activities and events. The luxury lodge also offers exceptional, genuine, and pleasant service and easy access to the Bay Area’s finest attractions.


Healing Arts Center & Spa

The Healing Arts Center & Spa at Cavallo Point is a modern haven of tranquility that draws from and celebrates the world’s finest healing traditions. After enjoying a relaxing massage or facial, guests stretch their muscles and clear their minds in the tranquil garden. In a soothing Tea Bar, guests can sip away their worries and enjoy the serene atmosphere.

At the Healing Arts Center and Spa, visitors get insight into their selves with the help of on-site holistic medical professionals or under the tutelage of a well-known shaman. Workshops, hikes, and yoga retreats at Bay Area spa resorts are ideal for connecting with other guests and making new friends. In addition to a scheduled spa treatment, guests have one hour before or after their service to use the spa facilities. A heated meditation pool is available to refresh the body and renew the spirit, eucalyptus-infused steam rooms, outdoor Jacuzzis, indoor and outdoor showers, relaxation lounge, outdoor firepits, and a Zen garden offer much-appreciated tranquility.

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Historic And Contemporary Lodging

Cavallo Point provides guests with both historic and modern lodging options. The Historic lodging has six rooms with scenic city views and ample green spaces. Cavallo Point’s historic accommodations combine colonial revival style with luxury amenities. They have spacious front porches and panoramic windows that open to San Francisco Bay breezes and have been impeccably restored and feature authentic turn-of-the-century details.

The Frank House is a two-story home with two bedrooms (one king and one queen), a separate living room with a queen sleeper sofa, and a cozy fireplace. The house has two full bathrooms, a private glass-enclosed sun porch, an eat-in kitchen with a table and four chairs, a refrigerator, microwave, and cooktop, and a refrigerator, microwave, and cooktop. There are also historic king suites and historic lofts available. The historic two-bedroom suites at the Cavallo Point are luxurious and spacious. They have two bedrooms, a separate living room with an inviting gas fireplace and a queen sleeper sofa, and views of the city skyline in some suites.

Cavallo Point’s contemporary rooms offer stunning panoramas of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay while remaining sensitive to their natural surroundings. These four suites and rooms provide individual entrances, floor-to-ceiling windows, radiant heat floors, and toasty fireplaces, all while perched on a hill above historic Fort Baker. In particular, the Contemporary Two Queens Suites, which are spacious and feature two queen beds, bamboo furniture, and the finest amenities, are perfect for families or friends vacationing together.

Dining At Cavallo Point

Murray Circle Restaurant, one of the Bay Area’s top culinary destinations, is one of the Lodge’s two dining options. The restaurant emphasizes fresh local ingredients and refined modern Northern California cuisine rooted in Marin. Diners enjoy the sun on the historic porch, while Farley Bar provides a more casual dining experience with a full menu of gourmet bar food, artisan cocktails, and spirits.

Cavallo Point’s In-Room Dining brings Murray Circle’s select menus directly to guests’ rooms, allowing them to enjoy the best of farm-focused flavors, local ingredients, and culinary artistry from their historical or contemporary comforts lodging. Choose from a wide range of dishes, including hearty breakfasts and brunches, light lunches, delectable dinners, and delectable desserts, as well as great options for kids and bar bites and beverages for adults.

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For those looking for a more intimate dining experience, The John Muir room at Cavallo Point is an excellent choice for hosting corporate dinners, small-scale festivities, and group meals. This charming area, curtained for seclusion, features a fireplace for added coziness and two adjoining venues that can host groups of up to 28 people or individuals up to 14. They strongly emphasize using locally sourced, seasonal, organic, and sustainable ingredients whenever possible in their kitchen. Because of this, some ingredients may shift before any event date.

  • Where to find Cavello Point: 601 Murray Circle, Fort Baker, Sausalito, California 94965
  • Getting There From San Francisco: The fastest way to get from San Francisco to Fort Baker is by taxi, which takes 15 minutes and costs €45 – €60. The cheapest way to get there is to drive, which costs €1 – €2 and takes 15 minutes. See rome2rio.com
  • Website: cavallopoint.com
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