Furnished Apartments in Marina District
Marina District Serviced Apartments
The Marina District in San Francisco is a beautiful waterfront district with green spaces, waterfront panoramas, and elegant boutiques, restaurants, and bars. Take pictures of the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, a reproduction of a faux-classical structure created for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915.
The Palace of Fine Arts Theatre is the only remaining structure from the 1915 expo, a world's fair held to commemorate the city's recovery from the 1906 earthquake and fire. The proximity to the castle with a man-made lake with Australian eucalyptus trees with art displays and musical performances make our portfolio of furnished apartments in Marina District a big hit.
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Our furnished apartments in Marina District provide you with a greater variety of advantages throughout your work trip. One of these is that all of our San Francisco homes come with fully equipped kitchens. This gives you a lot of flexibility regarding what and when you eat, and it's also a lot cheaper than eating out. Each abode has a very homey feel to it, thanks to convenient and sophisticated furnishings and the inclusion of a posh living room and spacious bedrooms.
Where to Stay in San Francisco's Marina District?
No matter which location you pick from our listings, you get to stay close to a plethora of excellent restaurants, bars, and museums. Our furnished apartments in Marina District are only steps away from San Francisco Bay and Fort Mason, as well as the city's best shops, boutiques, and restaurants. Marina Green is a great place to jog and stay close to. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, the Marin Headlands, and the Bay with our central Marina District locations.
Facts About Marina District
The Marina District, sometimes known as The Marina, has conflicting opinions among San Franciscans. A feature titled "The Neighborhood Everyone Loves to Hate" was published in SF Weekly "Mostly because of the collegiate culture and right-wing political atmosphere that differs from the rest of San Francisco.
Partiers, brunches, and shoppers flock to the posh area. Trendy stores, cafes, pubs, and restaurants line the streets.
- The 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition was held at the Palace of Fine Arts and its adjacent area to commemorate the city's rebuild following the 1906 earthquake and fire.
- Crissy Field was turned into a park after it was used as a military airport.
- A military base, Fort Point, was used as a filming site in Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo."
- On a pier in the Marina in 1986, the Wave Organ, a wave-activated sound sculpture, was built out of material salvaged from a demolished cemetery.
San Francisco has a mild climate, with lows of eight degrees in December and January and highs of twenty-one degrees in September and October. However, there is typically little or no rain in the summer, but the winter months have an average of eight days of rain every month.