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All reviews free taxi service free parking san francisco close to the airport beautiful decor sfo airport el camino free breakfast room facing bagels street noise rental car would stay here again starbucks coffee make your own waffles decent breakfast king bed
We decided on this room due to the mostly positive reviews. It is a really cute boutique hotel and the rooms are spacious. I love that the windows open for fresh air. I think that the parking that they offer could become a problem during...More
We stayed 1 night , for a quick snooze between long flights. Located 8 minutes from sfo . Free taxi service to and from airport via front desk. Call hotel when you’re ready to be picked up. They send out a taxi free of charge!...More
Second night came back to ants in room and on bed. Hotel was fully booked. Night clerk response was sorry nothing I can do. Hadn’t even had food in the room. Had to book a last minute alternate stay at midnight and travel for hour...More
Stayed here the day after Christmas to get away from the CIty prices. It was a decent price and only took us 20 minutes or so to get to the City. The hotel entrance was clean and the staff was very helpful. We actually had...More
We had a second floor room on the side of El Camino Real, the main drag in downtown San Bruno. One of us did not notice any street noise, one of us did, but we both still slept well. The room was decent sized, spotless...More
Response from Kathy7153 | Reviewed this property |
I don't think the commute would be tiresome, but the Bart station is not right next door to the hotel or anything (not convenient to walk to), so you would still ideally need a car to get you to the Bart station, ideally... More
I don't think the commute would be tiresome, but the Bart station is not right next door to the hotel or anything (not convenient to walk to), so you would still ideally need a car to get you to the Bart station, ideally. Or a cab, I guess.