San Francisco Sporting Events
The Tuscan Hotel is located near AT&T Park and Levi’s® Stadium.
Located in San Francisco, in the South Beach neighborhood, AT&T Park is the home of the San Francisco Giants.
The Park has breath-taking views and a traditional ballpark feel. The baseball park has stunning views of San Francisco Bay. If you're lucky, you'll get to witness a "splash hit", where a ballplayer hits a run into the Bay!
The Tuscan Hotel is located 3 miles, or 19 minutes, from the stadium via Battery and The Embarcadero.
Want to take a tour of the home of the San Francisco Giants? AT&T Park tours lets you do that! You can visit the home of one of baseball's most hallowed franchises in their architectural landmark. Come visit the Home of the San Francisco Giants and go behind the scenes with one of our seasoned Tour Guides. Get a player's-eye view from the Dugout, the Visitor's Batting Cage and Clubhouse, and the Giants Press Conference Room. Tour stops may also include the Bob Stevens Press Box, a Luxury Suite, and our Giants memorabilia display on the Club Level.
10:30 am and 12:30 pm (Tours last 1.5 hours long)
AT&T Park, 24 Willie Mays Plaza (Tours depart from the Giants Dugout Store located on the Third Street side of the ballpark)
For more information or reservations:
Call 1-415-972-2400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Levi’s® Stadium is the Home of the San Francisco 49ers. It is considered one of the premier sports venues in the world, as well as being one of the most high-tech stadiums in the world.
The structure takes advantage of our Silicon Valley climate and is predominantly open and airy, while also environmentally friendly. Levi's® Stadium is the next generation of stadium design. The venue seats about 68,500 people, featuring 165 luxury suites and 8,500 club seats. One of the most unique features of the facility is the green roof atop the suite tower on the west side of the stadium.
Founded 56 years ago, the Raiders are known more for their fans than their on-field antics. The Raider Nation is famous for its commitment to the Raiders, and facepaint. It's worth going to see a game at Oakland Coliseum if only to get a glimpse of the team fanatics in The Black Hole.
Golden State Warriors
Lead by point guard Stephen Curry, the 2016 Golden State Warriors dominated the NBA season – including
setting the record for most NBA wins in a single season. Currently based at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, the Warriors will be moving back to San Francisco in 2018 or 2019. They will be based in
Mission Bay, in the Chase Center, only 20 minutes away from The Tuscan Hotel.
Oracle Arena first opened in 1966 and is the oldest NBA arena. The arena seats 19,596 basketball fans, with 4 exceptions when they broke records with the number of people the stadium could hold.