Boutique Hotels in San Francisco For Any Budget
Whether you’re visiting to see the Golden Gate Bridge, the former prison on Alcatraz Island, or to enjoy the outdoor activities, you need to find a good place to stay. This list of boutique hotels in San Fransisco fits different budgets, and they all offer something unique.
Suites for Business and Personal Travel
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All the rooms at Embassy Suites San Fransisco Airport are suites with separate bedrooms and living rooms. When you book a suite at this hotel you can expect to find two televisions in each room, complimentary Wi-Fi, and work desks. Families can take advantage of the in-suite microwave and refrigerator to save money while traveling to the area. The hotel is about a ten-minute drive from the popular Golden Gate Bridge and other area attractions. Rooms average about $230 per night for the standard suite.
Close to the Convention Center
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Just thirty minutes from Silicon Valley, the Holiday Inn San Fransisco International Airport is a great choice for travelers visiting Silicon Valley who want to skip out on the higher hotel prices closer to that area. The hotel has a 24-hour gym, so you can stay active while traveling on your trip. Houlihan’s Restaurant and Bar is on site, so you don’t have to leave the hotel after a long day exploring the city or in business meetings. Room rates average around $120 per night.
Value and Convenience at Americas Best Value Inn
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Americas Best Value Inn & Suites San Fransisco Airport offers travelers value and convenience. Guests receive complimentary parking, Wi-Fi, and breakfast when they book their stay at the inn. An airport shuttle is available for those guests requiring transportation to and from the airport. Americas Best Value Inn is close to downtown–about eight miles–and rates here start around $120 per night.
Stay Close to Attractions
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The Bei Jing Buffet restaurant at CitiGarden Hotel serves continental breakfast every morning. The hotel is close to the business district, as well as several businesses and shopping areas. Luigis Sandwich Place is a local favorite not to be missed. Rates here can go as low as $90 per night, and while it does include some amenities like free Wi-Fi, guests can expect to pay a small fee when requesting a room with a microwave or refrigerator.
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Although there is a weight and breed restriction, pets stay free at La Quinta Inn San Fransisco Airport North. All rooms have HD flat screen televisions, with cable channels and video games. Guests can also request a room with a microwave and mini fridge. Recreational activities include a fitness center and an outdoor pool. Bright Side Breakfast is free, and includes unlimited coffee and juice. The inn is close to the convention center, and if you’re up for trying something different, Flavas Jamaican Grill is one of the restaurants close to the hotel.
These hotels all offer great starting points to get out and explore the Bay area, choosing any of them for a comfortable and enjoyable stay in San Fransisco.
This post is apart of the Hipmunk Hotels series, check out my other posts in the series, and other Hipmunk posts to help you save on travel.