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Overview of Inn at the Presidio

Inn at the Presidio is located at historic Pershing Hall on the Main Post, the “heart of the Presidio.” In the U.S. Army days, the Main Post was the Presidio’s social and administrative center. Today, it is a cultural gathering place and where most park visits begin.

Built in 1903, the elegant Georgian Revival-style building was once home to unmarried officers (their married counterparts lived nearby in the Victorian cottages along Officers’ Row, the oldest intact streetscape in San Francisco). It was named for General John J. “Black Jack” Pershing who served at the Presidio of San Francisco and who became commander of the American Expeditionary Force in France during World War I. The building later was a Visiting Officers’ Quarters until the Army’s departure in 1994. Pershing Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Contact Information and Directions to Inn at the Presidio

Contact & Directions

Presidio Photo Galleries

Photo Galleries

San Francisco Green and Local Business

Green & Local

About the Presidio and the Presidio Trust

Presidio & Presidio Trust

Meetings at Inn at the Presidio


Inn at the Presidio On Historic Hotels of America

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