Residence Inn San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Waterfront
WhiteCaps Drinks + Eats
South Harbor Waterfront Restaurant & Bar
Specialty's Cafe and Bakery
Mike and Ken's Deli
Na Na's Kitchen
South San Francisco Conference Center
United Club - Arrivals Lounge
The Shops at Tanforan
I am planning to stay with you for 3 nights in few months time, am i able to take the complimentary shuttle to the airport each day to get the BART into SF for our sightseeing trips and leave our hire car at the hotel?
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來自 Steve N 的回應 | 評論此物業 |
Yes, they have an airport shuttle service that is free. They have a printed schedule available at the front desk.
I saw in another post that Homewood Suites SFO has a free shuttle to within 5 miles? So we could use that to get to the San Bruno BART station in the morning, and to return at the end of the day, then take another shuttle to the airport that night?
來自 Gina44011 的回應 | 評論此物業 |
If I were using BART I would first ask the front desk for help. If they don't have an answer....take the hotel shuttle to the airport to take BART from there. The hotel shuttle will take you and pick you up at the airport... 更多
If I were using BART I would first ask the front desk for help. If they don't have an answer....take the hotel shuttle to the airport to take BART from there. The hotel shuttle will take you and pick you up at the airport. BART can be easily accessed from the airport that is only minutes away from Homewood Suites. Have fun! There is so much to do and see in my favorite City where I left my heart. 😊
We are scheduled to stay at this hotel the week of thanksgiving. We want to see all there is to see in downtown San Francisco. Should we try to rent a car or take a taxi into town each day?
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來自 CEUS69 的回應 | 評論此物業 |
There is very limited parking and EXPENSIVE in parts of SF, however, I would rent a car to get to a main attractions (Golden Gate, the Beach Chalet on the Ocean, Chinatown, etc, park the car and explore; definitely wear good... 更多
There is very limited parking and EXPENSIVE in parts of SF, however, I would rent a car to get to a main attractions (Golden Gate, the Beach Chalet on the Ocean, Chinatown, etc, park the car and explore; definitely wear good walking shoes and light layers of clothing since temperatures are moderate.
If you choose to "hoof it" around, purchase an all day or several day bus pass at a kiosk once downtown for hop on hop off convenience; cal for either Lyft or Uber from hotel to get you downtown to a kiosk. Download the City bus and BART schedules in advance and plan your route and attractions...
I went to school in SF and consult there now and still find it amazing and entertaining!