Ocean Park Motel

July 10, 2009 1 comment Posted by Jeff under: Wedding

UPDATE (8/11): I spoke with the owner of the Ocean Park Motel yesterday, and much of their inventory already is booked for that weekend. All single rooms with a single queen bed or with a queen bed and a twin bed have been booked. They have a few single rooms left with two queen beds, two double rooms (two bedrooms that share a bathroom) with a queen bed in each bedroom, and two double rooms with two queen beds in one bedroom and one queen bed in the other.

For you out-of-towner attendees of our wedding, there are plenty of great accommodations in San Francisco. We haven’t blocked off any rooms anywhere, but we’re glad to provide advice where we can. In the coming weeks, we’ll add more information to this site about hotel ideas and area directions to help you get your bearings. In the meantime, don’t hesitate to ask questions!

A couple of our out-of-town friends have already booked a room for their visit, so I just wanted to mention the place, for others also coming from afar who might be interested. The Ocean Park Motel is a small Art Deco motel in the mostly residential Sunset District (the west side of San Francisco, south of Golden Gate Park), just a few miles down the Great Highway from our wedding venue, the Cliff House. The motel’s location is within walking distance of the Zoo and the south end of Ocean Beach.

Ocean Park Motel

Ocean Park Motel (Photo: Telstar Logistics)

Here are its TripAdvisor profile (TripAdvisor is a great travel resource for reviews of hotels, attractions, etc.), and contact info: 2690 46th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94116; (415) 566-7020; www.oceanparkmotel.com.

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  1. vicka said:

    Jul. 22, 2009

    hey, if you do decide to get a state-legal wedding (which may in the long run help as we get more states to recognize it) — please consider yourselves invited to massachusetts. i have a nice cottage on a pond where you could stay, & can get a one-day license or a priestess to perform the ceremony as legal as it gets :)

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