May 11-12, 2021
Marines’ Memorial Club | San Francisco, CA
This event was rescheduled from the original dates of May 18-19, 2020
A landmark since 1946, San Francisco’s Marines’ Memorial Club has stood in the heart of downtown San Francisco, just off Union Square. This handsome California Spanish Revival hotel offers an inviting club atmosphere that is rich with history, honor, and pride. For more than seventy years Marines’ Memorial Club has honored the legacy of military service through a living memorial, hotel, and theatre that both serve and commemorate the Veterans of all eras. Providing exceptional San Francisco lodging and dining with spectacular city views, the Club stands out as both a landmark and a hospitality institution.
The club offers 138 first class guestrooms, elegant and spacious suites, a rooftop restaurant and bar, the 564-seat Marines’ Memorial Theatre, once home to the legendary Actors’ Workshop, and exquisite ballrooms for meetings and special events. Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel is the ideal choice among San Francisco Union Square hotels for leisure travel, social gatherings, and reunions as well as corporate meetings and events.
We have reserved a special room rate at $249/night, available until April 19th on a first come, first served basis. When booking, call 800-562-7463 and mention group code “IEN CREATIVE.”
We recommend booking refundable flights in case of event changes.
San Francisco, colloquially known as SF, San Fran, Frisco, or The City, is the cultural, commercial, and financial center of Northern California. With diverse neighborhoods all within a 7 mile radius, you can experience everything including visiting the sea lions at Fisherman’s Wharf; a world-famous burrito in the Mission District; a walk across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge; Lombard Street, “the crookedest street in The City”, in Russian Hill; historic cable car rides; indulge in “tiki culture” at the Tonga Room; explore Golden Gate Park; and if you’re feeling brave, venture to Alcatraz Island, home to the famous abandoned prison that once housed Al Capone.