Four Points By Sheraton San Francisco Airport
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Four Points By Sheraton San Francisco Airport
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Four Points By Sheraton San Francisco Airport South San Francisco
Travel Blogs from South San Francisco
... of the Golden Gate Bridge and that is exactly what we got. The view was stunning. The bridge was in perfect view with the ocean, beach and rocks for added effect. What we didn’t sign up for though was an old naked man just strolling around. We had no idea what he was actually doing but it looked like he was trying to jump in the back of people’s photos. Whatever he was doing I didn’t care for it much.
We managed to get some amazing shots of the ...
Today was a long, amazing day. We got up pretty early to eat and head off to a walking tour that had been recommended to me by a friend. Ate some tasty eggs then walked to Union Square in a rather swanky, shopping part of town. We met up with the group and our whimsical tour guide, J.Jo. He and his friend Wes started this walking tour company about 2 years ago, and they’re now the number one recommendation on trip advisor. They are ...
Noah: (1) Bison Burger in Cody, Wyoming; (2) Mexican Food in Kemmerer, Wyoming; (3) Ice Cream at Old Faithfull Inn in Yellowstone National Park.
Milo: (1) Bison Burger in Cody, Wyoming; (2) Alligator Burger in New Orleans; (3) Mexican Food in Kemmerer, Wyoming.
... our GPS fell silent. We pulled over, Wendy called the store and they talked her through rebooting it. It was a fantastic way to see SF. Many people were intrigued by the go car, lots of smiling, waving and photographing. We got to see iconic places like Crissy Field, fort mason, Golden Gate Bridge, fort point, baker beach, Lincoln park 17th hole etc. We also went through golden gate park and down Lombard st, one of SF's ...
... we can manage to meet up one night in Seoul where she can introduce us to the crazy nightlife. Her recommendations have been making me more and more excited to get there! Here are some interesting facts I've learned about Guam: If you are born in Guam, you are considered a US citizen, but you aren't able to vote. There is no sales tax. A flight from Guam to Korea is relatively cheap $300-400, but a flight from the US to Guam is around ...