La Quinta Inn San Francisco Airport North
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Historical Traveler Reviews La Quinta Inn San Francisco Airport North South San Francisco
Park, Sleep, and Fly From There
Our favorite jump-off point when travelling out of San Francisco.
Shuttle service is excellent, rooms recently renovated and clean. But more importantly, has been consistently so for the last several years we've been patrons. Look for their coupons on the net for park sleep and fly packages.
Good value for your money!
We only stayed one night but overall, very impressed with the service. They only had a smoking room left by the time we checked in but the staff tried their best to make us comfortable, gave us an air freshener to spray in the room and told us we won't be charged for a movie if we choose to watch. They were extremely sorry for not being able to give us a non smoking. They had very clean room and a delicious free breakfast.
Smelled like dog pee...
We didn't know they took pets until we got there and saw some in the lobby. The room smelled like dog pee.. bad! I have three dogs at home, so I am NOT a dog hater at all. But I wouldn't stay there again.
Also, it's far from anything to do, so plan on having wheels. If you stay... the only good thing was it was cheap. Thats the ONLY good thing.
$39 was grear value
we (age 43, 15, 7) stayed here in aug 04. it was a nice clean hotel with a small pool (very chilly) and a breakfast that was hot or cold you had to wait for some things (staff brings them from another location) or eat cereal. but like i said for $39 who's complaining. we got free transfer every day to the airport BART station where we took the train to the main area embarcadro then the cable car or trolley or the bus. no need to pay high prices for hotel in town. i would recommend this if all you want is a bath shower bed and tv. nice staff and friendly shuttle bus drivers.
stayed at this facility because of the reviews. Overrated! Air conditioner was loud and no one knew how to adjust it. Breakfast was average, but lines were long and time was short. Noisy--freeway, Train tracks and a trucking company right next door. Phone worked off and on.Somehow one article of clothing just vanished.
Lots of alternatives in the area--check them out first
Great Hotel, terrible bed
This was clean hotel, with a very friendly staff. The continental breakfast was the best I have ever had. However, the beds in the north building were the hardest bed I have ever slept on.
I have travelled quite a bit over the last 30 years, and have never slept on such a hard surface, that wasn't made of wood or cement.
Our visit to San Francisco was awesome!! The city is clean. We found the La Quinta Inn near the International Airport reasonable and accesible by rental car to all interesting sights. We enjoyed many tours and sight seeing at the various piers.
Great to visit!!!
Clean, good rooms at a great price
We stayed one night before flying out. The room was well equipped, nicely decorated and clean. Staff were very courteous, including the shuttle bus drivers (free, every 30 minutes). Breakfast was good - wide choice and plenty of seating.
Overall this hotel is great value and very convenient. I would even consider staying here for several days while visiting the city, as our experience with downtown hotels was very disappointing.
Great breakfast, clean and nice room
A+ for the breakfast, clean room, and helpful staff.
Wonderful and helpful staff. Value-for-money accomodation.
TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta Inn San Francisco Airport North South San Francisco
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