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Storm Nika forced us to change our 5pm flight to 8am - Bob made the smart decision yesterday late afternoon and we were lucky to be able to change it. We did not get much sleep last night as I was scrambling to get everything ready, mostly the stuff about the dogs, etc. We got up at 3:15am and left the house at 4am. Made it to Logan around 5. The …
... it still seems to me that it's not enough.
I've come to the conclusion that my tendency to show gratitude is by giving. Recently, my giving has been in the form of offering my frequent flier miles to people who can't afford to travel, leveraging my status with American Airlines to upgrade a close mate to Business Class from New York to Rio de Janeiro, hosting friends and family visiting from Hawai'i, ...
... Francisco-Oakland bridge and down the 101 towards the SFO airport. We went straight to our hotel and checked in. We arrived at 3pm and drove about 140kms today. We managed to chat to Sheryl and Kev before they headed off so that was nice. Yay very exciting!! That afternoon we got Hayley and Grandma a birthday card each and sent them off, washed the car at shell and did some laundry. We spent the evening just chilling ...
... was stirring in the trees. In fact, the State of California is undergoing a massive drought, with no rain in sight and temperatures in the Bay Area expected to remain in the high 60s and low 70s during our time here.
We are staying in our most recently renovated ever hotel: our room was finished last week (there is still dust on the pipes under the sink from the renovations) and the rooms above us are being redone right now. Interestingly, our room’s ...
... of the layout as the plane comes to a rounded point at the nose. i joked with the girl in front of me how if we crash, we'll definitely be taking the brunt of it in those 1st 2 rows...
other than the return from down under, i've flown business class a handful of times but never first class--ever. people are shocked to hear that, but those are some absurdly ridiculous prices; prices i'd probably never pay out of my own pocket...of ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Grosvenor Airport Hotel South San Francisco
Best bang for buck i ever got online
for your dollar best ever 100 dollars for two nights with free breakfast. rooms were modern and immaculate. need i say more oh yah 10 minutes from downtown i could go on and on. you want to save money on rooms and 10 bucks for breakfast per do yourself a favor and stay here. best deal on rooms i have ever got on the net and i have booked many. sincerely lloyd
Worst hotel I have ever stayed in my whole life. I travel a lot!! The staff were rude and not helpful. Breakfast was not that great. Rooms smelled like mold. Had plumbing issues. Had to move about three times until I had an alright room. Near a busy highway which was really noisey. Carpet in the hall ways were extremely dirty! Over all the best thing of the hotel was that they had free parking unlike stay in SF City.
On A Budget. Then maybe.
Reminds me of Soviet-era housing. Big. Block-like. Sterile. Crummy neighborhood. Look out the window: the runway aims right at the place, which is a little disconcerting. But, surprisingly, a great salad bar.
A pretty good value I think
We stayed at this hotel for three nights last week. I think it was $73 plus tax per night, and I would recommend the place because it's a good bang for the buck, in my opinion. There is a free airport shuttle (which I didn't use since I rented car), and a great breakfast, which is also complimentary.
The desk people are okay. The young oriental men working it are nice and professional, and helpful. There was one middle-aged, white woman there who could perhaps consider retirement or a career change. Also our beds were hard, but overall, not a bad place for such a price.
We stayed at the hotel from Sept. 16-19, 2004. The hotel was clean and had a pleasant surrounding when checking in. We arrived early and the hotel staff was very helpful and was able to get us in a room quickly after a long flight. Room was clean and what I expected in a real 3-star hotel. The location is close to the airport but 20 minutes away from downtown San Francisco. Your only choices to have lunch is at a McDonald directly across the street. The hotel provided breakfast which was okay a little more than just a continental breakfast for one day you had eggs and sausage and ham and waffle, etc and it was free. Dinner was good but a little pricey. We went on sightseeing tour and the bus came and pick us up at the hotel so we really didn't use the rental car much. After sightseeing all day it was nice to come back to a quiet area and we did venture out to other areas to eat and shop some nights. I really like our hotel stay and definitely would consider staying there again.
I was glad we only stayed here one night. After checking in, we went out for dinner & came back & could not find parking. We actually had to wait until someone left. Parking at this hotel is free for guests but do not give up your space in the evening.Room did not have a microwave or small refrigerator so if you are looking for this, stay elsewhere.Hotel was clean & comfortable, so it depends what you are looking for in a place to stay.
OK if all you need is a place to sleep before or after your flight
This hotel is bare-bones, but secure and relatively convenient. Front desk staff is harried and rather unfriendly, and lobby is not gracious. This said, the shuttle to and from the airport was reliable in my experience. I found the best price by going to the hotel's own website: --------------------- $54/nt. + tax.
A good experience...
The Best Western Grosvenor is fine for a short stay near the S.F.
airport. I spent one night there in late January 2004, and the price was reasonable. The rooms are large and comfortable, free parking, and an easy free shuttle ride to and from the airport. The area is not much to look at, but it was quiet. The only draw back was a restaurant open for breakfast and dinner only, no lunch. There is also a full bar at night.
This hotel is located in South San Francisco, close to San Francisco Airport. I have stayed there in December 2003. I had previously experienced several hotels in San Francisco downtown, so I can compare what I've got at the Best Western Grosvenor. For a lower price, I got a larger room, excellent service and free parking. My room was clean and comfortable and I could even see the bay in the background from my window. The only little criticism would go to the bathroom which could have been renovated, but it was perfectly clean. There is a nice restaurant at the hotel and a complimentary shuttle service to the airport. As to the negative aspects, I must say there is nothing to see around the hotel, but the location is safe and surprisingly quiet. The main drawback is certainly the distance to San Francisco, but if you drive, or if you are not in a hurry, it may be worth the experience. It takes about thirty minutes to go to San Francisco by car. Alternatively, there is a bus-stop across the street or a BART station at the airport. I've once tried the bus: it was cheap, but it took me nearly an hour to reach downtown because of the numerous stops. The BART is probably faster. Overall, I would say that it is a real 3 stars hotel, in a safe location, with very reasonable prices and free parking, which is an interesting combination. The next time I go to San Francisco, I will consider staying at this hotel again.
Nice shuttle service
Very efficient free shuttle connection to the airport. Nice rooms. Ice machine too close to the rooms (if you find the person with ice necessity at 5am...).