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We arrived into San Francisco over the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge which had a toll of $4. It gave us a great sight for our arrival in San Fran of Alcatraz, San Francisco City and Golden Gate Bridge. We follow on down to our hotel which was in South San Fran by the airport. We had a lazy afternoon after the drive and spoke to Kelly as well as …
... were called Stellar Jays - and also a small brown bird with a black head which came up very close. We then saw two Chipmunks who also were very interested in the biscuit crumbs. We then walked back to the car and saw a couple of big black Ravens and then another very friendly chipmunk who nearly sat on Dads shoe.
We then went back to the Car and started our long drive north and headed first to Badega Bay and then Fort Ross, Fort Bragg and finally stopped ...
... the time we needed. Once packed we hit the streets again and back to the Americas cup venue. There were no boats out today as it is rest day but there is still things to look at. We had a lovely lunch looking out to the bay and reflexed on what we have done over the past 8 weeks. Someone asked us what was our favourite place or thing and honestly we cannot single one thing out as every state we visited had ...
... meal but we at least tried. I found a designer shoe warehouse much to Gary's disgust, and boy that was amazing. The top floor is men's shoes, fourth floor was women's high heals, third floor was boots and flats, second floor was casual shoes and bottom floor was handbags,socks and odds and sods. Never bought anything but may do when we return at the end of the tour. We walked home from town which is ...
Today we are leaving the south to go back home. I wish I could have had more time there as it was very different than living in the city here in San Jose. I would like to go back someday if I can! The food is unique and the people are very kind. I hope y'all enjoyed my ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews CitiGarden Hotel South San Francisco
This is a 60's vintage two-story park in front of your room motor court type of hotel. The lobby and grounds suggest it was a nice place at one time. The place sprawls, with over 300 rooms in six separate buildings, at least two of which looked shut. Workmen were redoing the roof the day that I stayed and the property smelled of tar and asphalt. Other renovations were in progress as well.
THEY WON'T GIVE ME MY CAR KEYS THAT I LEFT IN THE ROOM.
There was no ice. The snack machine ate my money. They didn't give us any more towels. I wouldn't have cared but now they are transfering me all over and I just want my keys back. And the T.V was small......
Charged different rate with that from Website
All the facility was OK.
I did not feel any rpblem in using this Inn.
But, they charged different rate to me.
This inn is listed on "Fareline[--]-a reservation site'.
By luck, I found one very low rate($5/ night), i could not believe it, but 2 web sites showed same price.
So I made a reseravtion, and the inn manager sent me the confirmation letter via his mail.
But when we checked out, they charged us $55/night, and they said $5/night is 'Website's mistake'.
Currently, we are on the process of dispute.
They did not show reasonable responsibility about this issue.
I'll never go, never use, and never recommend this inn.
This hotel is just a couple of minutes from the car rental return ramp at SFO. It is also just north of a Costco gas station where members can save a littlle on refilling the rental car. There are two other gas stations across the street. It is a recycled Ramada. It is adjacent to the S. San Francisco Conference Center. Rooms are two story, motel style, with parking right by the downstairs rooms. The rooms and furniture are a bit tired but clean. Towels are adequate. Windows don't open. Aricraft and traffice noise were not bad in the back where we were. Staff is very friendly. We did not sample the breakfast, which is included. It is very convenient to US 101 and the airport. They also do a park and fly deal. Our room for two was just a bit over $60, including tax, booked on hotels.com. This is an excellent value in a hgh-priced area, and you can't beat the location.
No Home Away From Home!
This place is one of those hard to explain without experiencing it for yourself. I stayed here with my daughter so we could fly out the next morning. We had people coming in and out of their rooms all night. We watched people party/drink on the hood of cars in front of our room and some sexual activities that my 9 year old did not need to see. I will never go back to this hotel! I have stayed at other Good Nite Inn's and had a great stay, but not this one. Pay a couple more dollars for one of the other hotels down the street.
We chose this one for the price, and the location- and we needed a shuttle to the airport VERY early in the morning. The outside of the building looks pretty bad presently, but they seem to be renovating. The inside of the lobby and our room looked fine. The staff was friendly and helpful, and actually helped accommodate us and our two small children by offering us a room with 2 queens and a crib for less than we planned to pay for a king bed and a roll-away. It was quiet the night we were there, though I imagine you could run into trouble with noisy neighbors if you were there on a summer night as others mentioned in their reviews. There are several surrounding hotels and motels that look a bit better from the outside, though they may be a bit pricer. This is a good low budget option.
The first room we were given was on the ground floor facing some sort of commercial garage. The surrounding rooms and balcony had questionable looking characters. Our door deadbolt was broken and so the door could not be locked! The light bulbs were missing from the lamps.
Ideal situation for BART station and SF
Stayed two nights 6 & 7 July 2005 after arriving from the UK. Rooms cleans a little worn as was the rest of the motel but for use as a base it was ideal. Very near the BART station. The continental breakfast (which was included in the price) was more than expected. Bagels/toast and danish plentifully supplied in a large ground floor room which was comfortable to have breakfast. All staff very helpful and friendly. Had no noise whats so ever on either night so had a peaceful and restful night. Good deal for the price.
Stayed at the Good Nite Inn on Airport Blvd in S.F> nites of June 3rd and 4th. Nite of the 3rd we were awakened at 1:30 am by a raucus outside our room. There was a high school prom party going on and several kids were partying inside and outside the room next to us. COmplinaed to manager and was moved to another room at 2:00 am. Was again awakened by partying at 2:30 am same high school group. Moved us to another room at an extreme corner of hotel. finally got some sleep. The next night the same thing happened in our third location at this hotel. We were awakened at 2:30 am by partying in the room next door. THree females were seen leaving the room at 2:30 am. Compalined to manager and requested a refund. None was given!! We left the hotel at 3:00 am and drove back to L.A. This place is a dump!! It is loaded with low class lifes throwing parties at all hours. You will not get a good nights sleep, it is what it is becuase it is cheap. Not worth it!!
Don't Stay Long
We booked this hotel on a parking package ($89.95) and it was quite a good deal to spend one night and leave our car parked for over a week. The hotel is clean enough, but really it is in bad repair and needs work. I would categorize it as the most basic of accommodations. The staff was courteous and the shuttle was prompt. You get what you pay for - what more can I say?