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Best Boutique Hotels in South San Francisco

If you are planning a trip to San Francisco, staying in the expensive north side of town can put a real dent in your budget, since San Francisco was recently voted one of the most expensive cities in the world. Instead, try to book one of the hotels in South San Francisco to save on your hotel bill and splurge on the city’s incredible food scene and sightseeing.

Embassy Suites San Francisco Airport – South San Francisco

The Embassy Suites San Francisco Airport – South San Francisco is one of the most affordable luxurious hotels you will find in the area. For a very reasonable price, you can stay at a hotel with a heated indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, full-service fitness center, and even a decorative atrium and koi pond. You will feel pampered in the hotel’s spacious suites, which include complimentary Wi-Fi, work desks, giant TVs, and separate living rooms and bedrooms. Best of all, the hotel is next to the city’s airport, making your commute a breeze.

Holiday Inn San Francisco International Airport

A great budget destination for business travelers, the Holiday Inn San Francisco International Airport is located next to the South San Francisco Conference Center, allowing you to easily go back and forth from meetings and seminars without too much hassle. Enjoy a delicious dinner at the on-site Houlihan’s Restaurant and Bar, as well as free shuttle service from the nearby airport. Within 20 minutes, you can also reach major San Francisco sites such as the Golden Gate Bridge, the Mission District, and Fisherman’s Wharf.

La Quinta Inn San Francisco Airport North

You can book hotels on a budget without compromising on amenities, as the La Quinta Inn San Francisco Airport North demonstrates. Each room includes free Wi-Fi, an HD flat-screen TV, and luxurious pillowtop bedding to make you feel right at home. Best of all, you get a complimentary breakfast to start your day with, an airport shuttle, and an outdoor swimming pool and fitness center to luxuriate in. If you’re traveling with your family, they will love to spend a day at the nearby San Francisco Zoo, or take in a baseball game at Candlestick Park’s stadium.

Hotel Focus SFO

Besides being one of the most affordable options in town, Hotel Focus SFO puts you near one of the most accessible BART stations in San Francisco. This way, you will have easy access to the rest of the sites the town has to offer, including the Mission District, Chinatown, and Embarcadero. Within the hotel’s rooms, you will have access to free Wi-Fi and HBO to help you relax during your downtime. This hotel is also pet-friendly.

Americas Best Value Inn & Suites – San Francisco Airport North

Visitors who want to have a more relaxing and peaceful San Francisco experience may want to consider booking a room at Americas Best Value Inn & Suites – San Francisco Airport North. The clean, comfortable, modern rooms will put you close to the nearby Cypress Golf Course and relaxing McLaren Park.

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