Millwood Inn & Suites

Address: 1375 El Camino Real, Millbrae, California, 94030, United States | 2 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This 2 star hotel, located in the SFO Airport area of Millbrae, is near Old Coast Road, Sawyer Camp Trail, Coyote Point Musuem, and Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia.
Map this hotel


Photos of Millwood Inn & Suites

    View all photos

      TravelPod Member ReviewsMillwood Inn & Suites Millbrae

      Reviewed by mknudson

      Good service

      Reviewed Nov 2, 2012
      by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

      Comply bed and good continental breakfast, shuttles run every 30 minutes to the airport.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Historical Traveler Reviews Millwood Inn & Suites Millbrae

      Millwood Inn Impressions


      I stayed at the Millwood Inn for six nights in March 2006 as part of a United Escapes package while doing some training for my company.

      The hotel is actually an old-fashioned motor lodge, which is to say that it has outdoor parking and access. However, the hotel has been completely remodeled and refurbished.

      It is very quaint and low-key, which I liked as opposed to the typical high-rise hotel style.

      You must have a car to get around, as it's on the El Camino Real which parallels 101, very close to the SFO airport.

      The Millbrae neighborhood seemed safe enough, and there are lots of restaurants and shopping places nearby if you're so inclined.

      The hotel does not have a restaurant, but has a small dining room with a few tables for a continental breakfast. Contrary to literature, there is not a "hot breakfast", but burritos and rice and the like are available if you don't mind microwaving. The rest is typical continental breakfast fare. By the end of the six days, I must admit I was tired of the selection, and longed for some sunnyside up eggs or an omelette!

      There is free wired AND wireless internet as well as free local and 800 calls, and even FREE printing, which I thought was great.

      The room I had was a king suite; it was clean and well appointed. It included a refrigerator, microwave, iron, and coffee pot. The bathroom was clean but only had a walk-in shower. The bed was the most comfortable I have ever slept in at a hotel.

      In short, I would highly recommend this hotel, especially if you are weary of the monolithic (and dare I say boring) hotels that have become the norm.

      If you have business in the San Francisco South Bay region, this is definitely a place to consider.



      What a treat to find a hotel, very close to SFO, that pays such exquisite attention to every detail...from providing THE most comfortable bed and linens to the discreet recylcing containers in the room...everything is provided for the discriminating business traveller...and, the best part is it's incredibly reasonable.

      Great amenities, great value.


      Imagine Motel 7 sized room with top class amenities. WiFi/wired high speed internet (printer in the lobbey), fridge, nice cushy mattress, so many pillows, curved shower curtain rail, first class bathroom fixtures, pants presser, in-room recycling bins, walk-in closet, DVD player, the list goes on and on, for this price? Value can't be beat. However, the breakfast was far from what promised from the picture on their website (pictures to prove it, take a look) but having a steamed rice was nice touch for asian folks. Rooms appears to have solid walls, but you hear upstairs. Just a short drive to SFO. Overall it was very pleasant surprise. My credential? I wake up in a hotel room over 280 days a year from Motel 6 to Ritz Carlton around the world. Judging by my standard, this place is way above average. Thanks and Mahalo.

      Great, Inexpensive Place


      After reading previous reviews of this Inn, we decided to book the King Suite and we were very pleased with the accommodations. Having a micro and fridge in the room was a plus. The continental breakfast was better than expected with the opportunity for pancakes (frozen), make your own waffles (loved this!), hard boiled eggs and then your general continental food/beverages. All personnel we came in contact with were very friendly and helpful. The location is good as it's right off the freeway, about 2 miles from the airport and about 20 minutes from downtown San Francisco. We would definitely stay here again.

      Pleasant place to stay


      Great location, just off the 101 Fwy and a short distance from BART transporation system. The rooms were a little small but very clean. The hot continental breakfast was a nice added feature and the customer service was excellent. And if you would like to attend church services, St. Dunstan's catholic church is conveniently located, only a block away. Would definitely stay there again!

      Simple, but pleasant, convenient, and comfortable


      We stayed at the Millwood on a tourist trip to San Francisco. It was a quick car trip to the center of the city and a slightly slower trip (25-30 minutes) by the BART(the station is about a mile away). The Millwood provides an excellent complimentary breakfast. The rooms are cheerful and large. The only drawback is the setting; it's a one-story strip motel on a commercial roadway, but it's not noisy and the convenience to the Bay area and the airport stands out. The staff is friendly and helpful, and the price, for San Francisco, is a bargain.

      Great Motel close to San Francisco airport


      We enjoyed our one night stay at Miilwood Inn in Millbrae, CA. Clean, recently redecorated room with internet access. Very friendly staff willing to be of help and a great breakfast area and menu included. Highly recommended and only five minutes to San Francisco International Airport.

      Wonderful accomadations including "Park & Fly" provisions


      The PARK 'N' FLY arrangements were terrific along with above average accomodations, including taxi arrangements to & from SFO, and an adequate cont'l breakfast.

      Wonderful inn


      We were so surprised so find such a well appointed, CLEAN, and most resaonably priced room by the San Fransicso airport. I can not stress how clean and sparkly the room and bathroom/shower were. The breakfast was delicious and had so many choices. The desk person was most helpful both when we called ahead to reserve a room and when we were at the Inn.

      Thanks you for a fine experience.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Millwood Inn & Suites Millbrae

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Millbrae

      Shaken, Not Stirred

      A travel blog entry by tholdsworth89 on Aug 25, 2014

      ... we got back to our hostel we received confirmation that Sebastian - one of two German brothers who we met in Buenos Aires - had arrived in San Francisco and would like to meet up for a beer or two. Not ones to decline offers of that nature, we went along to his hostel, had a couple of pints in a local bar and arranged to go with him to the baseball on Sunday evening. As far as bargains go, getting two tickets to see the San Francisco Giants for under 10 through the ...

      Waiting it out at SFO

      A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 03, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... I look forward to learning a bit about the people with whom I'm traveling. Everyone seems nice so far. I am virtually the oldest - perhaps tied for the oldest - in the group, but everyone is from or familiar with the Bay Area. Because we got to the airport 4 HOURS early, we have a little down time. The group broke to get dinner/snacks/etc. I stopped by Firewood grill to get a Caesar salad. I wonder what snack food will be in Israel? Thinking of you all! ...

      Two weeks Road Trip in the US

      A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on Jun 29, 2014

      ... we were aware of this but we were also told that it was extremely scenic. We parked the car close to the trail head and started our trek. The main attractions on this trail are the Vernal and Nevada waterfalls. The trek is quite challenging in certain parts and I was quite impressed with the determination of people. Quite a few old folks and people with kids were attempting the trek which was good to see. The Vernal falls was incredible – be prepared to be very wet as the ...

      The last harah

      A travel blog entry by saminperu on Jun 07, 2014

      4 photos

      ... in Union Square called the Burrit Tavern ate delicious stake, drank chocolate moose with 10% fat milk and laughed at people ordering espresso at Starbucks.

      During dinner, we had the most calming and much needed conversation on personality, team-bulding and life. My sister said something that will stick with me throughout this travel. She said that if you realize that everyone has something going on ...

      North to Alaska

      A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Mar 02, 2014

      6 photos

      ... cars drive across the frozen river is an odd experience. I bet Google Maps will not route you that way. We left a "lights wake up call" with the desk in case the Aurora should appear in the wee hours -- a curious local amenity. We contaccted Bettles Air Service and got the details on tomorrow's flight. It turns out we are not going in the DC-3 parked near the building with their name on it. That is probably a good ...