Harbor Court Hotel is located just down the waterfront from AT&T Park
Harbor Court Hotel Near AT&T Park: San Francisco's Sports Superstar
An A-list city like San Francisco needs an equally big league sports and events venue. Lucky for us we not only have a superstar in AT&T Park, it's also our very famous neighbor, just a 15-minute walk from the Harbor Court Hotel. Home to the San Francisco Giants and major events ranging from rock concerts to opera, AT&T Park is a sports icon, downtown landmark and thriving entertainment center all rolled into one. Considered a fan's park because even the least expensive seats offer spectacular views of the Bay Bridge, the ballpark was opened to rave reviews in 2000 and hasn't looked back since. Modeled after classic urban ballparks such as Baltimore's Camden Yards and Chicago's Wrigley Field, AT&T Park also offers great fan amenities and diversions for the whole family, including an excellent public transportation hub and a miniature AT&T park playground.
Our staff knows the ins & outs of AT&T Park Park and its entire neighborhood like the back of our hand. We've gathered together the best local tips in one place to make your visit to the Park a homerun. more
- Looking for a pit stop on your way to the game? Visit Pedro's Cantina located right across the street from the park. They have a lively crowd; plenty of space to eat, drink and people watch.
- If you get to the park a little early, be sure to check out the Willie Mays Statue in Willie Mays Plaza and McCovey Cove along 3rd St. with plaques in the ground of historic events at the park.
- If you get hungry during a game, be sure to pick up a Crab Sandwich from Crazy Crab'z in the outfield or a Sheboygan Bratwurst from right inside the left field overhang. The park is also known for their awesome one of a kind garlic fries from Gilroy Garlic Fries located in Section 109.
- Head over to the View Reserve in right field for a one of a kind view of the San Francisco bay.
- Section 141 is the most fun for kids with a Build-A-Bear Workshop-complete with Giants uniforms.
Columnist Peter Gammons wrote, "It's hard to say what's best about AT&T Park, except that it is San Francisco."
Attractions within AT&T Park: more
- Nine-foot bronze statue of Hall of Famer Willie Mays at the entrance of the red brick stadium
- McCovey Cove beyond right field (where the kayakers battle to retrieve home runs hit over the wall)
- An 80-foot Coca-Cola bottle with playground slides and a miniature AT&T Park behind left field (a magnet for kids of all ages)