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WorldMark San Francisco occupies a historic building dating from 1908 on the corner of Bush and Stockton streets and is a short walk to Chinatown Nob Hill and Union Square. The famous Powell Street Cable Car stops just two blocks away and public transportation on the Bay Area Rapid Transit system is nearby. Visit Fishermans Wharf Ghirardelli Square and the Maritime Museum on San Francisco's waterfront; ride a ferry to Alcatraz Island and learn about this former federal prison's notorious inmates; explore the sixties-throwback Haight-Ashbury district; or spend time wandering through Golden Gate Park an urban oasis larger than New York's Central Park. Enjoy some of the world's finest restaurants shop in the glass-domed Crocker Galleria in the Financial District and check out the city's vibrant theatrical productions. WorldMark San Francisco puts you in the center of this dynamic city so that you can explore all it has to offer. Units in this urban do not have decks or balconies and the resort has no outdoor areas pools or similar amenities. There is a comfortable lobby complete with a cozy fireplace a guest laundry room and a fully equipped exercise room located on the ground floor. Since the units are hotel-like in nature they are substantially smaller than those in other WorldMark locations and do not have full kitchens.