A visit to a baseball stadium provides a unique, fun perspective to a city—whether you’re a diehard fan or a casual observer. You can soak up the energy, quirks, and local vibe of any destination while cheering on the home team.
To help you plan a last-minute summer trip to a baseball town like Philadelphia, Chicago, Houston, or San Francisco, keep reading and find a Club Quarters Hotel conveniently located near the ballpark.
Philadelphia’s Citizens Bank Park
Home of the Philadelphia Phillies, Citizens Bank Park, located on the edge of the city, boasts lush natural grass and a view of the skyline. Known for serving up some of the best ballpark food in the country, visitors can nosh on crab fries, fried chicken sandwiches, roast pork sandwiches, and classic shore-inspired fare. Plus, at The Yard, kids can play wiffle ball, launch foam hotdogs at targets, ascend a climbing wall, and more. And don’t forget about the team’s mascot, the Phillie Phanatic, who keeps fans entertained with his zany antics.
Situated in a convenient city center location, our Club Quarters Hotel allows guests to easily explore Philadelphia’s historical attractions like Liberty Bell Center and cultural institutions such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art before or after a game. Also, head to Reading Terminal Market to enjoy more famous Philly food at this famous indoor farmer’s market.
Chicago’s Wrigley Field
Known for its ivy-covered walls and lively surrounding neighborhood, dubbed Wrigleyville, Wrigley Field in Chicago is a must-visit for any baseball fan. As the second oldest baseball stadium in the major leagues, it exudes retro charm that will win over any visitor—even if you’re not a Cubs fan.
The stadium is about a 20-minute drive from our Club Quarters Hotel and is also easily accessible via public transportation, with a train station located just steps away from our door. Located near Grant Park, the property serves as an ideal spot—whether you’re visiting for work, leisure, or a combination of both—for exploring the city and taking in a ballgame.
Houston’s Minute Maid Park
Affectionately nicknamed The Juice Box, Minute Maid Park is where you can catch the MLB World Series champs Houston Astros play. With its recent success, the team has turned “Space City” into a baseball town, drawing more and more fans to the park. Its signature feature, the home run train is stationed above left centerfield, and is an ode to its past as the former home of Houston’s downtown train depot. Plus, the stadium’s retractable roof makes the oftentimes brutal summer heat of Texas much more bearable.
Located in the heart of downtown Houston, our Club Quarters Hotel is within walking distance of the ballpark, allowing you to easily see a game or two. Plus, it’s just steps away from the city’s light rail system, making it convenient for exploring Houston and its attractions.
San Francisco’s Oracle Park
With its gorgeous views of the bay, Oracle Park in San Francisco attracts sightseers and baseball fans alike. For the little ones, there’s the can’t-miss Coca-Cola Superslide, a big, green Coke bottle that lights up with every Giants home run and features playground slides inside. Next to it, you’ll find a giant baseball glove, while an actual retired cable car, located in the right centerfield arcade, adds to the festive atmosphere.
Situated at the center of San Francisco’s financial district, our Club Quarters Hotel serves as the perfect home base for experiencing the city, including catching a Giants game. FoodiNew[br]Pose hotspot Ferry Building Marketplace is also just steps away from the hotel.
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