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Nice hotel but beware you can watch planes land at SFO all night. They do have good soundproof windows. This is a basic hotel with basic amenities. Rooms are suites, very large. Bay area rates are out of control. $348 per night.
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We have stayed here maybe a half dozen times and always found the staff to be very friendly - front desk at check in had us laughing. Two additional key reasons we keep coming back: excellent location right off 101- easy to get anywhere from...More
Convenient location, nice views of water, pretty atrium lobby, and spacious room. This Embassy Suites wasn't the best I've stayed in, but not the worst either. It's also great to be located near the highway...easy access.
This hotel is outdated and filthy. We stayed in the premium room on third floor. We had two queen beds and a pull out sofa. The beds were extremely small. The pull out sofa still had someone’s bedding on it. The room smelled old. The...More
So if you decide to stay out of the City, but you prefer the flexibility of controlling your own room temperature, you definitely should stay elsewhere. After overcoming the bad taste from having to spend an additional $29/nite to park my vehicle at this property,...More
Take the shuttle to the Bart. Then, you can take the trolley to different places. The Bart stops by Chinatown. You can take the cable car to Pier 39. I do not know what a clipper card is. I usually rent a car for one... More
Take the shuttle to the Bart. Then, you can take the trolley to different places. The Bart stops by Chinatown. You can take the cable car to Pier 39. I do not know what a clipper card is. I usually rent a car for one day just to see the bridge and park. Once at the Pier, you can walk to a lot of places along the coast: Fisherman's Wharf, Ghiradelli Square, etc.