Marriott Vacation Club Pulse is one of the highlights of my San Francisco trips; it was somewhere I hadn’t considered visiting before.
Surrounded by vibrant attractions and rich culture, this vacation ownership property provides guest rentals that set a pace for an unforgettable experience and effortless comfort. I also visited the legendary Historic Hyde Street Pier, Anchorage Square, Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco Brewery, San Francisco photo gallery, and other famous hotspots.
Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, San Francisco, is a perfect hotel in Fisherman's Wharf for memorable adventures in one of California’s inspiring cities with no destination fees.
This Marriott Vacation Club Pulse San Francisco review shows my honest experience during my stay at the property.
Marriott Vacation Club Pulse San Francisco Review
Located at the center of it all, the Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, San Francisco, USA, offers stylishly appointed vacation rentals with spacious floor plans and additional contemporary comforts.
While most San Francisco reviews give a favorable report, what I loved most about the Marriott Vacation Club Pulse is that it’s an excellent location for a getaway or extended stay in San Francisco, whether personal or business. The staff is accommodating and welcoming, giving you all the necessary information.
I’ve visited the hotel twice, and it’s worth your time. Not to mention the modern and stylish decor and water dispensers with carbonation and flavor options. I hope the hotel never takes that away.
Amenities available include:
Parking at $ 60 daily
Satellite or cable TV
Essential Information Regarding the Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, San Francisco
Take note of the following if you wish to get the most out of your stay at this San Francisco hotel:
- Low Season: February has a 25% drop in price, making it the cheapest month to book your stay.
- High Season: The most expensive month to book your stay is September, with a 47% increase in price.
- Average Price (Weeknights): The average cost between Sunday to Thursday is $259.
- Average Price (Weekend): It’ll cost you roughly $309 on Friday and Saturday.
Policies at the Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, San Francisco
The policies I’ve encountered during my stay at the property are:
You can check in anytime after 4:00 PM and check out before 11:00 AM.
Prepayment/cancellation policies vary depending on your room of choice.
Top Tips to Get the Most During Your Stay at Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, San Francisco
If you want the cheapest deals, consider staying during the low season, i.e., February and April.
Prices vary depending on whether it’s a weekday or weekend. For the best room deals, plan to stay on Tuesday and Saturday. Also, note that Sunday is the most expensive day.
Pros and Cons
Can You Stay at Marriott Vacation Club Without Being a Member?
Yes, you don’t have to be a timeshare owner to stay at a Marriott Vacation Club Pulse San Francisco. When you rent, you enjoy everything the resort offers. From different varieties of on-site amenities to spacious villa accommodations that add to the excitement.
How Much is a Marriott Vacation Club Point Worth in Dollars?
A Marriott Vacation Club point is worth 0.7 cents each. So, whether you have many Marriott Bonvoy points from business travel, vacations, or credit cards, that’s the point’s worth.
Is Marriott Bonvoy and Marriott Vacation Club the Same?
No, Marriott Bonvoy is the Marriott hotel company’s loyalty program that allows you to earn and redeem points for stays at Bonvoy brands like JW Marriott, the Ritz-Carlton, and Sheraton.
Can I Use Bonvoy Points at Vacation Club?
Yes, you can explore the vacation club by redeeming your Bonvoy points for free stays at the Marriott Vacation Club Pulse.
My View on Marriott Vacation Club
The Marriott Vacation Club, Pulse San Francisco location, is in the historic Fisherman's Wharf District. It features stylish guest rooms and is within walking distance of San Francisco’s popular attraction. I enjoyed premium services such as express check-in and check-out, a concierge, and a 24-hour business center.
Furthermore, the hotel staff is available 24/7 to assist with booking. Other than the rooms having a TV, coffee maker, and refrigerator, there are connecting rooms suitable for groups traveling together and families.
If you’re looking for a top-notch place to stay in San Francisco with exceptional aesthetics, look no further.