Lafayette Park Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLafayette Park Hotel & Spa
Hidden gem, in the middle of no where, so to speak. The staff was great, and the premium king room was worth the upgrade. Its about an hour from Napa, but close to Concord, Berkeley and Oakland.
Restaurant on property was excellent, and there's a spa on site, which we didn't take advantage of. Overall an excellent stay. A+
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... out on the marina, famous in San Fran. 6pm we boarded the catamaran and set sail on out tour of San Fran. First stop was a circle loop of Alcatraz the old disbanded prison notorious for its high profile inmates such as Al Capone. It's a lot more smaller than I thought but really cool and just what I expected it to look like. The boat journey was really fun we got two drinks vouchers, took lots of pictures and had a good laugh and unfortunately ...
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... and read our books for an hour. Because we are always on the go it was so good to sit back and relax. After, this we had a bit of a walk down to pier 39. Surprisingly the weather warmed up and it was pretty nice along the waterfront and not chilly. So that was good. Pier 39 is an awesome little pier, packed with restaurants and shops it has a lot going on and is always busy. So we enjoyed wondering around.
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