San Francisco to
Los Angeles by
Sleeper Bus

The chance to travel from San Francisco to Los Angeles by sleeper bus is now available from Cabin with twin beds, bathrooms, and free wifi, from Pier 48 in San Francisco to Palisades Park in Santa Monica.

Cabin (formerly called SleepBus) has been founded by Tom Currier, a serial entrepreneur who started his first company at the age of nine.

This is what Currier says about Cabin:

'Six million people fly between SF and LA every year. On peak days, there are 157 flights between the two cities, one every nine minutes. It’s never the best experience, and it can get expensive if you book last minute. The Cabin experience is different.

Cabin uses time you’d normally be sleeping to travel. Our buses have full twin beds, nice bathrooms, space to hang out, and WiFi. We’ll pick up near Pier 48 at AT&T Park in San Francisco, leave at 11 PM, and arrive in LA at 5 or 6 AM at Palisades Park in Santa Monica..

There’s no airport hassle, and if you sleep well on the bus, you don’t even notice the 6 or 7 hours.'

More Information

To book tickets and find out more about traveling from San Francisco to Los Angeles by sleeper bus, visit the Cabin website.


CityPASS San Francisco

If you're going to be spending any time in San Francisco then we really recommend doing what we did, and getting a San Francisco CityPASS. Not only does it get you into some of the top attractions like the California Academy of Sciences and the Aquarium of the Bay, it also includes a 7-day Cable Car and Muni Bus Passport and a free cruise in San Francisco Bay. We definitely got full use of ours! 










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