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 2/8-5/5 - Kimono Refashioned - In the early 1980s, Japanese avant-garde designers took Paris by storm, disrupting the world of haute couture with their minimalist, deconstructed clothing. But this was not the first time that Japanese design principles had transformed international fashion. Asian Art Museum: BART from Millbrae station to Civic Center station. Walk 2 minutes to 200 Larkin St San Francisco.

2/16-5/27 - Monet: The Late Years - The exhibition will feature nearly 50 paintings by Claude Monet dating mainly from 1913 to 1926, the final phase of the artist’s long career. During his late years, the well-traveled Monet stayed close to home, inspired by the variety of elements making up his own garden at Giverny, a village located about forty-five miles from Paris. de Young Museum: BART from Millbrae station to Glen Park station. Walk to Bosworth St & Diamond St. Take bus 44 towards the Richmond District. Walk Concorse Dr 0.1 miles.

2/9-6/9 - New Work: Rodney McMillian - Los Angeles–based artist Rodney McMillian’s work addresses how American political and social histories shape issues of class, race, and gender. In his first solo museum presentation on the West Coast, McMillian brings together his long-standing interest in the representation of the American landscape with an exploration of home as a place and a state of mind. SF MOMA: BART from the Millbrae station to Powell St station. Walk 6 minutes to 151 3rd St San Francisco.

3/21-9/6 - Earthquake 1906: Photographs by Arnold Genthe - Berlin-born photographer Arnold Genthe (1869–1942) was an established member of San Francisco’s art community when disaster struck on April 18, 1906. Although he was physically unharmed in the great earthquake (estimated at 7.8 on the Richter scale), Genthe lost the contents of his studio, including his photographic equipment and most of his negatives, in the inferno that swept through the city. Legion of Honor: BART from Millbrae station to Daly City station.Walk 1 minute to Daly City Bart station. Take bus 57 to Skyline Blvd & Sloat Blvd. Arrive at Legion of Honor 100 34th Ave San Francisco.

Conferences

4/30-5/2 - DockerCon 2019 - 3 day conference designed for IT teams and enterprise architects. Learn how to integrate container platform with your systems and securely deploy & run apps. Docker for Enterprise. Modernize .NET Apps. Kubernetes 101. Swarm Orchestration. Developing New Apps. Docker Tech Talks. Moscone Center: BART from Millbrae station to Powell St station. Walk 7 minutes to Moscone Center 747 Howard St San Francisco.

 

The Dylan Hotel at SFO - CalTrain to Giants Baseball at AT&T Park in San Francisco

Giants Schedule 

4/26-4/28 - San Francisco Giants VS New York Yankees

4/29-5/1 - San Francisco Giants VS Los Angeles Dodgers

From The Dylan Hotel take Caltrain to 4th and King, walk 5 minutes to Oracle Park

https://www.mlb.com/giants/tickets/single-game-tickets

 

The Dylan Hotel - Google Next 2019 April 9-11 at the Moscone Center

Google Next 2019

April 9-11, 2019

Tune in to the Next OnAir  ivestream to watch more than 75 live sessions, behind-the-scenes interviews, and more.

Moscone Center: BART from Millbrae station to Powell St station. Walk 7 minutes to Moscone Center 747 Howard St San Francisco.

 

San Francisco and Beyond the Bay Area Tours

Sit, relax and let somebody else do the driving... All tours pick up at our hotel at 7:45- 8:15 AM and drop off at the hotel is between 6:00 - 6:30 PM. See below for tour options and prices.  Contact the front desk to make a reservation.

The Dylan Hotel- Palace of Fine Arts

San Francisco City Tour

San Francisco is a city of spectacular views, a variety of cultures and quaint neighborhoods. 

Highlights:

  • Land’s End, Sutro Baths & the Pacific Ocean
  • Golden Gate Bridge & Golden Gate Park
  • Chinatown
  • Fisherman's Wharf
  • Victorian homes
  • North Beach
  • Presidio National Park

Adults: $58 /  Children: $33

The Dylan Hotel at SFO - Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco,

San Francisco & Muir Woods Tour

Start by crossing the Golden Gate Bridge to the Muir Woods Forest, and end with a panoramic city tour of San Francisco for an unforgettable day!

Highlights:

  • The Golden Gate Bridge, and the Pacific Ocean
  • Fisherman's Wharf
  • Victorian homes
  • Chinatown
  • North Beach
  • Presidio National Park
  • Explore the giant redwood sequoia trees at Muir Woods
  • Shopping and browsing in Sausalito

Adults: $112 / Children: $60

The Dylan Hotel- Tours to Muir Woods

Muir Woods - Sausalito

Drive over the Golden Gate Bridge to Muir Woods National Monument, a great destination to view ancient, gigantic redwood trees and the gorgeous coastal forest of Northern California. From there visit Sausalito, a Mediterranean style village that sits right on the bay offering amazing panoramic views of San Francisco.

Highlights:

  • Exploring the giant redwood sequoia trees at Muir Woods
  • Shopping and browsing in Sausalito, California's prettiest town
  • Driving across Golden Gate Bridge

Adults: $68 / Children: $36

Alcatraz Island Tours from Embarcadero. BART Station is close to The Dylan Hotel

Alcatraz Tour

Alcatraz tours are very popular and sell-out days in advance during the summer. We recommend that you book in advance and direct at: http://www.alcatrazcruises.com. This will insure that you get the day and time you want, plus you can print your ticket at home and avoid lines. 

A nice option is to take the San Francisco or Muir Woods Tour in the morning (ends by 1:00 PM) and the Alcatraz tour in the afternoon or evening. The tour bus can drop you off at Fisherman's Wharf and you can walk to Pier 33 to catch the ferry to Alcatraz.

The Alcatraz tour takes 2- hours. If you are back to Fisherman's Wharf by 5:00 the tour company can take you back to The Dylan hotel if you arrange this in advance and show your City or Muir Woods Tour receipt. Another easy option is to take BART back to the hotel. BART: Embarcadero (12 minute walk or take the F trolley) to Millbrae (walk 75 yards south to hotel).

Book a tour to Napa Valley at The Dylan Hotel.

Sonoma & Napa Tours 

Taste your way through the Wine Country. Enjoy spectacular views as you drive through California's - famous premium wine producing region. Visit wineries in both the Sonoma & Napa Valley. You will taste wines at each winery as you learn how the winemakers produce wine from start to finish.  

Highlights:

  • Full­-day trip from San Francisco to Sonoma and Napa Valley wineries
  • Drive over Golden Gate Bridge for views of the Bay Area and Alcatraz
  • Picturesque drive through Napa Valley and Sonoma vineyard country
  • Wine tour and tasting at three wineries
  • Lunch and shopping in Yountville

Adults: $105 / Children: $56

Book a tour to Monterrey Bay and Carmel at The Dylan Hotel.

Monterey & Carmel Tour

Your tour first takes you by the scenic seaside town, Monterey. Watch the seals and sea otters frolic amongst the sea kelp or stroll through the historic Canneries full of shops. Add-on Monterey Bay Aquarium* for a glimpse of the sea life, pet a sting ray, hold a starfish, come eye-to-eye with a sea otter or shark in the 3 story tank.

Highlights:

  • Pacific Grove
  • Coastal 17­-Mile Drive
  • Stunning views of the ocean, homes and world-famous golf courses
  • Explore Monterey and Cannery Row
  • Enjoy Del Monte Forest and Pebble Beach
  • Stop at Carmel by the Sea, with its downtown shopping district, and historic Mission.

Adults: $89 /  Children: $49

  • Option to include a visit to the Monterey Bay Aquarium:
    • Adults: $118 / Children: $73

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