Four Points by Sheraton San Francisco Bay Bridge
1603 Powell Street · EmeryvilleCalifornia94608 · United States  · Phone:
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Starwood Preferred Guest is the Official Hotels & Resorts of the 34th America’s Cup

Enjoy a stay at the Four Points by Sheraton San Francisco Bay Bridge for the 34th America's Cup in San Francisco. We are located just minutes from San Francisco Bay. Many of our guest rooms feature amazing views of the bay.

Simply book this offer for a 2-night stay with us for any of the following dates and enjoy:

  • 20% off our best available rate
  • Free hotel parking

Valid weekends in July 5-7, 12-14, 19-21, 26-28 or September 6-8, 13-15

Call 866-716-8133 and ask for rate plan AMCUP9. Offer is pre-paid and non-refundable.

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History of America's Cup

In 1851 a radical looking schooner ghosted out of the afternoon mist and swiftly sailed past the Royal Yacht stationed in the Solent, between the Isle of Wight and the south coast of England, on an afternoon when Queen Victoria was watching a sailing race.

As the schooner, named America, passed the Royal Yacht in first position, and saluted by dipping its ensign three times, Queen Victoria asked one of her attendants to tell her who was in second place."Your Majesty, there is no second," came the reply. That phrase, just four words, is still the best description of the America's Cup, and how it represents the singular pursuit of excellence.

That day in August, 1851, the yacht America, representing the young New York Yacht Club, would go on to beat the best the British could offer and win the Royal Yacht Squadron's 100 Pound Cup.
This was more than a simple boat race however, as it symbolized a great victory for the new world over the old, a triumph that unseated Great Britain as the world's undisputed maritime power.