M3AAWG 45th General Meeting Location:
General Meeting Hotel
Fairmont San Francisco
950 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
Hotel information - PDF
Make reservations directly to the Hotel by:
- Phone: +1 415.772.5000
- Toll Free: +1 800.441.1414
- Online: Reservation link
The M3AAWG Rate will be offered 3 DAYS before and after the meeting based on availability.
The M3AAWG negotiated room rate is guaranteed until January 28, 2019. After January 28th, please contact the hotel directly to determine availability.
Main Building $269.00 USD King or Queen Bed
Deluxe City View $369.00 USD King Bed
Deluxe City View $389.00 USD Two Queen Beds
Signature Bay View $469.00 USD King Bed
Signature Bay View $489.00 USD Two Queen Beds
*Subject to Tax at a total of 16.45%.
This room rate is non commissionable to travel agents.
Check In Time: 15:00
Check Out Time: 12:00
Credit cards are needed to guarantee reservations, and reservations cancelled 24 hours prior to arrival will receive a full refund of their deposit. Any reservation cancelled after 24 hours prior to arrival or no shows will forfeit 1 night’s room and tax.
Location: Terrace Level
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday: 5:00 to 22:00
Saturday and Sunday: 7:00 to 19:00
Cost: Free of charge for Le Club Accor Members (formerly President’s Club), $15 per day for non-members, $10 per day for non-members for 2 or more days of consecutive usage.
Credit Card Hold Policy:
If you use a debit/credit card to check in, a hold may be placed on your card account for the full anticipated amount to be owed to the hotel, including estimated incidentals, through your date of check–out and such hold may not be released for 72 hours from the date of check–out or longer at the discretion of your card issuer.
High Speed Internet Access in Sleeping Rooms: Complimentary if booked in the M3AAWG group room block. If booked outside the block you will pay $13.95 for 24 Hours
*There is no longer a business center on property. Guests can utilize (2) computers in the lobby for printing needs (additional fees may apply).
San Francisco (SFO)
Distance from hotel: 13.2 miles / 21.24 km
Drive time: 29 minutes
Driving Directions to Hotel from SFO: http://www.fairmont.com/san-francisco/map/map-and-directions/#1
Super Shuttle: $17.10 one-way ride share; 10% Discount code: http://www.supershuttle.com/default.aspx?GC=9MEL4
BART: $8.25 one-way; Metro Rail towards Pittsburg/Bay Point.
10 stops Exit the train at Powell Station, approx. 30 minutes.
Walk to Powell and Market Street and board Powell & Mason Cable Car ($6.00 one way). Exit Powell & California
Taxi: Approximately $40.00-$60.00 one-way
Private Town Car: Approximately $81.00 one-way, ExecuCar
Uber: $30.00 -$40.00 for UberX
Oakland International (OAK)
Distance from hotel: 19.68 miles / 31.67 km
Drive time: 30 minutes
Super Shuttle: $57.00 one-way Business Select; 10% Discount code: http://www.supershuttle.com/default.aspx?GC=9MEL4
Taxi: Approximately $110-$140.00 one way
Private Town Car: Approximately $76.50 one-way, ExecuCar
Uber: $34.00 - $45.00 for UberX
Valet Parking Only: Charge at Hotel is $71.00+ 14% city tax per night including unlimited access. Parking for visitors $6.00 for every 20-mins with a 24-hour maximum of $62.00 + 14% city tax. Prices are subject to change.
A citizen of a foreign country who wishes to enter the United States must first obtain a visa, either a nonimmigrant visa for temporary stay, or an immigrant visa for permanent residence. The visa allows a foreign citizen, to travel to the United States port-of entry and request permission of the U.S. immigration inspector to enter the U.S. The "visitor" visa is a nonimmigrant visa for persons desiring to enter the United States temporarily for business (B-1), for pleasure or medical treatment (B-2), or combination of both (B-1/B-2) purposes.
Please visit US State Department to determine if you need to obtain a visa: http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/types/types_1265.html
San Francisco, California:
With its myriad hills and spectacular bay, San Francisco beguiles with natural beauty, vibrant neighborhoods, and contagious energy.
The Fairmont San Francisco is an awe-inspiring picture of historic San Francisco. The grandeur of the luxury hotel atop Nob Hill coupled with its reputation for impeccable service promises a truly memorable experience. Centrally located, Fairmont San Francisco is a short cable car trip from the bustling Downtown, Financial District, Union Square and Fisherman’s Wharf. In fact, Fairmont San Francisco hotel is the only spot in San Francisco where each of the City’s cable car lines meet.
Please refer to the San Francisco Convention and Visitors Bureau for more information:
Currency: $ USD
German Electrical Plug:
Tipping: 15-20% Bellmen, Doormen, Taxi Drivers will expect a tip for their services. You are not expected to tip in fast-food restaurants, cinemas, or gas stations.
Weather Conditions: Average weather temperatures for San Francisco in February range from a high of 60°F (16°C) and a low of 48°F (9°C). The most rainfall on average also occurs in February.
Where to Eat Tonight: https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
San Francisco is the birthplace of sourdough bread, and you find pungent, chewy loaves of it everywhere, particularly along Fisherman's Wharf. You also find moderately priced California wines just about everywhere -- thanks to the proximity of the Napa and Sonoma valleys, to the north.
This historical diversity has helped to create a city of adventurous diners and has kept chefs here busy inventing fare to satisfy their demanding clientele. The now-famous California cuisine, an ephemeral term that generally implies full-flavored dishes consisting of fresh, usually organic produce and meats and drawing inspiration from both European and Asian cookery, is a hallmark of that drive.
1. Alcatraz: Alcatraz Island, located in the middle of San Francisco bay, is an infamous federal penitentiary.
2. Golden Gate Bridge: Stretching 4,200 feet and towering as high as a 65-story building, this well-known bridge is the gateway to San Francisco.
3. Chinatown: Chinatown is an electric neighborhood of 100,000 people. Get a taste of Hong Kong’s present and past with its authentic markets and fantastic restaurants.
4. Fisherman’s Wharf: Fisherman’s Wharf is known for its historic waterfront, delicious seafood, spectacular sights and unique shopping. The area offers some of the most incredible views of the San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge and the cityscape.
5. Haight-Ashbury: At the center of the hippie culture of the 1960s, this trendy neighborhood now consists of upscale boutiques, Internet cafes and hip restaurants.
6. Golden Gate National Recreation Area: Golden Gate is the largest urban national park in the world, containing 74,000 acres of land and water.
7. The Exploratorium: The Exploratorium is a collage of hundreds of science, art and human perception exhibits.
8. Presidio National Park: For 218 years, the Presidio served as an army post for three nations. It is now a national park with almost 1,500 acres of hiking and biking trails, beautiful beaches and stunning views.
9. Union Square: Union Square is one of San Francisco's main retail and cultural centers featuring everything from upscale department stores and boutiques to discount houses.
10. Pier 39: Pier 39, the third most visited attraction in the U.S., offers several waterfront attractions including dining, shopping, live entertainment and sea lions.