Courtyard San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Waterfront
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Historical Traveler Reviews Courtyard San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Waterfront South San Francisco
After both of our flights were delayed, we got to the Courtyard at 2 a.m. and a gentlemen promptly gave us our room assignment. We stayed on the bay side of the hotel (the opposite side faces the train, which might have been a bit noisy). Our room was clean except for a few long, black hairs on the shower walls (that were obviously from the maid, whom we saw every morning) that never got cleaned off. The bed was king-sized and extremely comfortable. The room was adequately spacious and came with complimentary high-speed internet. The common areas, main lobby, "dining room," pool, etc. were all well kept and clean. Parking and an airport shuttle (that will also take you anywhere within a 1 mile radius) are complimentary. Just ask and they will have someone shuttle you to whereever you want to go (and call when you want to be picked up). We ate a a Wendy's at a truckstop nearby (not recommended) and ordered takeout one night through an italian restaurant that was decent.
Basic Courtyard quality, but the front desk personnel don't seem to like their jobs!
Stayed here in July 2005 with the family (9&12 yrs old) for a one night stay prior to an early departure from san francisco airport.
Rate was 99 USD a night.
For the price, you get a nice, decent size, clean room.
The hotel location is just perfect, you get to the airport in less than 10 minutes without even going through the 101 expressway.
Despite the closeness of the airport, we were not bothered by the noise of airplanes flying in and out of San Francisco.
I would certainly go back.
For the Bay to Breakers weekend, we decided to stay at South San Francisco in stead of driving all the way from San Jose in the morning.We are Marriott Reward Elite Members, with late check out priority.
Very nice!! Accommodating staff, walking path, very convenient to city and aiport! Highly recommended property for the price.
Will Visit Again
In the past, what I have paid for parking at San Francisco hotels very often exceeds the cost of my rental car, so it is refreshing to find a nice hotel with free parking and rooms at about half the price of a comparable hotel in downtown San Francisco. This hotel is located in a business park area (offices of big companies) - nothing is within walking distance so a car is virtually a must. But if you're renting a car anyway, it is only a short drive to downtown San Francisco and you'll be saving lots of money on your room and parking. Also, on your departure day, you will only have a short drive to the airport as this hotel is located between the airport and downtown. I expect that I will continue to stay in this property whenever I visit San Francisco.
When we stayed here it was actually by 'accident' through a bid on priceline. It's a 2 1/2 star hotel but thats an understatement! We got a very good deal for the room, it was a little out of our way but we drove there. After we saw the location and the room we enjoyed the commute, it was like our own retreat.
OK hotel but nothing near
Clean, cookie cutter Courtyard. For those that have not been to Oyster Point it is always windy, cloudy much of the time, and generally blustry/cool to cold. Public walking/jogging trail next to the hotel. Need food? A car is essential with the best food probably in near-by Burlingame (3-4 mi. South on 101) S. Sfran has some small restaurants; tried Italian and Vietnamese. Good food/value. Moral- this is an out in the middle of no where business hotel.
Very Nice Hotel
Stayed at this hotel on business. Very nice room with a comfortable bed. Stay was courteous and helpful. Breakfast buffet was very good and waitress was extremely knowledgeable and polite. She remembers you from the day before and brings you your morning drinks right away. Very nice and I would stay there again.
Courtyard is Quiet, Clean, Comfortable with a great staff
Whenever I am working on the peninsula, I make it a point to stay at this property. I am never disappointed with the staff, who make a sincere effort to make my stay enjoyable. The view of The Bay is very relaxing at the end of the day, often spent on the park benches at waters edge. No crowds, just joggers and cyclists on the surrounding path. The rooms are appointed in a very straightforward manner, with a good workspace, high-speed internet, and a very comfy bed. They are also very quiet, which is important to me. I often opt for the King Spa room which has a comfy heart shaped tub for two.