Have Family, Will Travel: Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco at Embarcadero Welcomes Families This Spring Break

Kid-friendly culture beckons in the City by the Bay with immersive museums, family-friendly parks, and endless culinary offerings

February 20, 2024,
San Francisco, U.S.A.

While school may be out for spring break, the learning never ceases.  Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco at Embarcadero invites families to embark on an unforgettable getaway to the City by the Bay for culture, world-class cuisine, and experiential learning this spring break.  The Hotel, a luxury boutique-style property in the heart of the Financial District, is the idyllic urban retreat for families to feel at home while exploring the city.  With 155 spacious rooms and suites boasting unparalleled views - sprawling from the City to the Bay - spa-like bathrooms, a bespoke collection of children’s amenities (welcome amenities, cribs, tents, bath amenities, and more), and anchored by genuine luxury service, Embarcadero is a brood’s home base for spring break fun! Bonus points – even four-legged family members are welcome at the Hotel.

Whether exploring the vibrant shopping district of Jackson Square to Golden Gate Park’s expansive area that blends both nature and museums, curious travellers will find something for every member of the family in San Francisco.  

Renowned Embarcadero Concierge Dean Colby, who is a member of the esteemed Les Clefs d’Or Concierge Association, shares a bespoke itinerary for an immersive stay in the city.  

Day 1

For a fun-filled afternoon of science and discovery, visit San Francisco’s Exploratorium. With an ever-changing selection of exhibits, activities, and events, the Exploratorium provides an immersive learning experience for guests of all ages. Kids can explore the worlds of technology, engineering, and mathematics, and it’s just a short 15-minute walk from Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco at Embarcadero.

Another option is San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art. Located in the heart of the city, it is the largest museum of modern and contemporary art in the United States.  The MoMA has some incredible paintings, sculptures, and photography, and is the perfect mid-day activity.

Day 2

The Historic Ferry Building Farmer’s Market - Mark the calendar for every Tuesday, Thursday (10:00 am – 2:00 pm) and Saturday (8:00 am -2:00 pm) for the historic Ferry Building’s Farmers Market. Here, travellers will be immersed in unique culinary experiences, browsing fresh flowers, and eyeing local California produce and products, all with the stunning backdrop of the Bay Bridge and sparkling waters.  The market is hosted year-round and has been serving the city with the freshest produce and best bites – from cheese to wine, coffee, candy, and prepared foods - since 1993.

Day 3

Picnic with the Painted Ladies - Standing on Steiner Street, the Painted Ladies are among the most iconic and photographed houses in the city. Their vibrant colours and classic Victorian architectural design draw countless tourists and locals alike to visit daily. Head over to Alamo Square Park for a relaxing picnic with a classic view of San Francisco.  

Day 4

The Aquarium of The Bay is another perfect adventure for the entire family. Home to more than 20,000 marine animals including sharks, rays, octopuses, jellyfish, and more, The Bay Aquarium is sure to have something to captivate and entertain everyone.

Whether discovering San Francisco for the first time, or rediscovering the City by the Bay together as a family, Four Seasons invites guests to celebrate with a Fourth Night Free offer - one more day to explore, connect, and indulge in the city’s culture and cuisine.

To make a reservation, book online or call 415 276 9888.