Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco Airport North
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Garden Inn San Francisco Airport North South San Francisco
Good hotel just like most Hiltons. We got a room for $120 per night in a high demand season (weekend before Christmas). The rooms were spacious and the place had ample parking which was free.
Inconvenient location - A tad inconvenient for travel to downtown. The hotel itself is not very far off from downtown, about a 15 min drive and it is very close to the freeway. However, any person who has ever driven to SFO will strongly recommend against it. Parking is a hassle. Taking a taxi to downtown can cost about $35 to $40. We were a group of 4, so taxi worked out well.
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