Parking at the San Francisco Cruise Port

No in and out privileges.
Type: Pay on Foot, Garage, Lit, Manned
Features: Valet, Bike Racks
Payments accepted: Coins, Bills, Cards, Checks
Height restrictions: 7' 0" (2.13m)
Number of spaces: 227

Mon-Fri 6am-9pm
Sat 8am-10pm
Sun 8am-10pm
$ 3.00 / 20 mins
$22.00 / 12 hours
$30.00 / 24 hours
$17.00 / early bird

  • Handicap
  • Oversized Parking
  • Valet Parking
  • Indoor Parking
  • Outdoor Parking
  • Security
  • Reservation
  • Shuttle


(415) 398-1900, ext 101, 112


55 Francisco St,
San Francisco, CA 94133

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Prices per day

  • $18 Indoor Parking
  • $28 Oversized Parking

Payment Types

  • Visa
  • Master Card
  • American Express

San Francisco Cruise Port Overview

The San Francisco Cruise Port is about 7 ½ miles long, stretching from the Hyde Street pier in the North to the Indian Bain in the South. The San Francisco Cruise Port hosts about 200,000 passengers annually with the port hosting anywhere from 60 to 80 cruise ships. The cruise lines offer trips to Alaska and Mexico, which either begin or end at the San Francisco Cruise Port.

Cruise Lines

The San Francisco Cruise Port is situated on the western shores of the San Francisco Bay and cruise lines that originate from San Francisco include P&O Cruises, SilverSea Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Holland-America, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Cunard, Radisson Seven Seas and the Royal Caribbean.

In a hurry and need to book a cruise to the San Francisco Cruise Port? can take care of that.


A reliable public transport system is also available to and from the port either by bus or taxi. You can also drop off your loved ones at the San Francisco Cruise Port and see them off on their journey or greet them as they return.

Shuttle buses are also available to and from the San Francisco Cruise Port and if you prefer not to use public transportation, rental car services are nearby at a pocket friendly price.


There are great hotels nearby such as the Radisson Hotel, Sheraton Hotel Fisherman's Wharf, Hilton Hotel, and Bayside Inn at the Wharf, Argonaut Hotel, Le Meridian Hotel, and Club Quarters Hotel among many other great hotels where you can eat, drink and rest.


The Ferry Building Marketplace has excellent restaurant selections such as the Hog Island Oyster Company and the Slanted Door. For fantastic Gourmet options, you've got to try the Epic Roasthouse. More dining choice around the San Francisco Cruise Port include Delfina, Tacolicious and Yank Sing.

Attractions & Entertainment

The San Francisco Cruise Port has a buzzing nightlife with clubs, pubs and restaurants filled with people looking to unwind and relax. Security is high for both residents and tourists alike, therefore you can have a good time without any worry. Among the best tourist sites found near the San Francisco Cruise Port are the Golden Gate Bridge and the glorious Pacific ocean, so be sure to see these places before you leave.


While you're visiting the San Francisco Cruise Port, you can't pass up on the spectacular shopping areas around town. You'll find an entertaining mix of department stores, eateries and more at Union Square. For more shopping options, head on over to Westfield San Francisco Centre, Chinatown or Chestnut Street.