Actual Marines at the Marines’ Memorial Hotel in San Francisco?

Whenever I’ve visited the Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel in Union Square at 609 Sutter Street, I’ve pretty much only seen gaggles of besweatered Junior Leaguers or suited-up bidnessmen having some event upstairs.

So I forgot about the Marines’ Memorial Association’s main function: letting active duty personnel stay in a nice hotel in Union Square for dirt cheap.  

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One of the many ways Marines’ Memorial Association supports our troops is by providing complimentary membership to all Currently Serving members of the US Armed Forces who apply in person at the club. In addition, our currently serving member leisure rates are $69 Sunday through Thursday and $89 on Friday and Saturday. Based on availability

Currently Serving members of all branches of the US Armed Forces , guard and reserve are encouraged to participate in this program by contacting our membership and hotel reservation departments at 1-800-562-7463.

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2 Responses to “Actual Marines at the Marines’ Memorial Hotel in San Francisco?”

  1. James says:

    Those are soldiers from the US Army, not Marines. You won’t see Marines wearing cammies outside off base like that.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Did not know that, thanks for your post.