Fairfield Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport

Address: 250 El Camino Real, Millbrae, California, 94030, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the SFO Airport area of Millbrae, is near Coyote Point Recreation Area, Sawyer Camp Trail, Coyote Point Musuem, and Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Fairfield Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport Millbrae

      Nice Hotel-Too Bad the employees don't act like it

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      We enjoyed the location of this hotel as we were so close to the BART station we easily walked to the train and back each day feeling quite safe and avoided renting a car while sight seeing in San Francisco. The cooked to order breakfast was somewhat limited (We could never get there in time to get a piece of fruit) but the hotel and breakfast was fine for the price. The room was great as we traveled with two children and the two TV's and two separate rooms were great!!! The limo picked us up from the airport just as promised. The limo was quite old and worn, had dirty glasses with cigarette butts floating in them that was a turn off...but hey, it was a free shuttle to and from the hotel. The worst thing was the unfriendly, curt employees. Even the staff in the breakfast room seemed not to like the Qualitity Inn or it's customers. The hot tub really looked discusting and got greener and greener during our stay. Thank Goodness we didn't plan on using it, actually didn't see anyone else in it either...no wonder judging from the color, it was not appealing. I tried to break the employees during our 6 days, 5 nights there but just couldn't get many sincere smiles. The hotel was fine!!! There's a Taco Bell/ Pizza Hut right next door and a Burger King just a block away so that was convenient for a quick fast food meal. Maybe, the staff will get a bonus for Christmas and smile more.

      Loved this hotel

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      August 2005. We decided this trip not to stay in downtown San Francisco and settled on the Quality suites in Millbrae, close to airport. This hotel was great. There is a new Bart station a block and half away, very safe area. Each morning we were treated to a fully cooked to order hot breakfast and upon returning in the evening (week nights) there is a Mgr's reception in the lobby with a table set up with appetizers with complimentary beer and wine. A very nice touch after a long day trailing around Fisherman's Wharf. The rooms are extremly nice and clean. We had a nice sitting area with a couch, two arm chairs, desk and TV. A little area with fridge, microwave and coffee maker and in the bedroom area we had a second TV. What a great holiday, I didn't have to wrestle the remote away from my husband, I had my own!!! The train station also has the CALTRAIN stop there, so you can hop a train to San Jose for a small fee. Nice trip.

      Would recommend this hotel to anyone.

      Lorna, Vancouver, BC

      Great deal, loved it!

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      Located just steps away from the Millbrae Bart Station, we found it very convenient to take the very comfortable train ($7.20 return) to San Francisco (runs every 15 minutes).

      The full breakfast is delicious and although you can only have one serving of eggs and bacon, saussage and ham all the other items such as cereals, toats, bananas, English muffins, waffles...are unlimited!

      The room itself is a nicely decorated suite. Very clean and very comfortable beds. Although there is no doors in between the bedroom and the livingroom area, the bathroom serves as a seperation in between the two areas. There is a sofabed, 2 tv, microwave and mini-fridge (with tiny freezer).

      They have free high speed internet access (you must have your own laptop) in every room

      At this rate, next time we go to San Francisco we'll definetly go back to this hotel!

      This good property seems under-appreciated

      from

      I stayed here during a San Francisco convention in March 2005 because my return flight was very early and this property was near both SFO and the airport's rental car return area. Given the location and the outside traffic, it was suprisingly quiet inside my room. I had a third-floor suite with a bedroom and a sitting area separated by a bath. And I was close enough to the hotel's wireless access point to be able to use the Internet in my room rather than in the lobby.

      There was no trouble with parking, but there seemed to be just enough spaces to accommodate checked-in guests with little extra. The parking area was safe, clean, and well lighted. But, with both BART and Caltrain two blocks away and with two public bus routes stopping near the hotel's front door, a car wasn't really needed. BART turned out to be so convenient that I wound up traveling downtown for breakfast one day and for dinner on another.

      Except for some boisterous teens in the hotel one Saturday, I would not even have known I had neighbors. The staff was so efficient that a fax I had requested sent to the hotel appeared under my door about five minutes after I got off the phone. Everyone on the front desk was pleasant. Their smiles brightened my day.

      Not too bad for the price

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      Stayed at the Quality Suites Millbrae for 3 nights. The room was clean, staff were polite and the free cooked to order breakfast a bonus.

      Not having a car, the proximity of the hotel to public transport and local shops was excellent. It was a 5 minute walk to the local BART/Caltrain services and a 5-10 min walk to a host of restaurants, take-aways and numerous other shops.

      On the very efficient BART is was about a 35 min train ride into San Fran.

      Only slight complaint I would have is one that is common to many U.S. hotels, that of noise. The walls are very thin and is was possible to quite easily hear the activities of neighbouring rooms. However, I had quiet neighbours so it didn't bother me at all.

      Overall, a good quality hotel for a very cheap price. Would definitely consider staying there again.

      Adequate but not again

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      Convenient resting stop from SFO but don't go out of your way to stay here. The breakfast is limited and served in a room that reminded us of a grade school cafeteria, i.e. practically windowless and you watch dishes being washed as you order. Also we were upgraded to the "Safari Suite" which is a cheezy theme room gone wrong. Not over the top enough to be campy but low end Vegas enough to be weird. The view from our room was scruffy at best. Staff was pleasant, room was clean, and we never tried any of the nearby restaurants. Parking is a problem if you arrive late, we had a "your car will be towed" note from the hotel when we left the next morning.

      Enjoyed Quality Suites Millbrae

      from

      We stayed at the Quality Suites Millbrae for one night, prior to a morning flight out of SFO. We were able to stay for one night and leave our car for 2 weeks while on vacation. We found this hotel to have the best priced stay and park package. The hotel is clean, and the rooms were nice. Breakfast was good, but you could only get one plate full. The food was served by employees and you had to have a ticket to turn in. There is a free shuttle, which is actually a limosine that provides transportation to and from the airport. We returned after midnight and there was no driver to pick us up. The hotel had us take a taxi and they paid the bill! We will stay at this hotel again when needing a stay and park package. I am willing to answer any questions you might have about the hotel

      Great deal and convenient location

      from

      This place was a bargain, considering you get a suite for less than the price of a room in SF. The interior corridors are a nice change from the exterior corridors you find at most of the other hotels/motels in that area and pricer range. Right across the street are some great restaurants (Chinese, Thai, and Italian, all of them very good!). What's best is that there is free underground parking, but there won't be enough space if the hotel is fully booked. Room was big, and had a nice separation between living and sleeping areas. There were hor's doerves in the evening in the lobby. Breakfast area was small, and the complimentary breakfast was so-so.

      Highly Recommended

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      My daughter & I stayed here in March 2004. The suite was clean & comfortable. It had two TV's, king size bed, pull out sofa bed, microwave, and a small refrigerator. Breakfast was included & you had your choice of eggs, etc. There is an outside jacuzzi that faces the street but we still enjoyed it, even at night with the wind blowing!

      Parking is underground & it is FREE! Price was reasonable and I would definitely stay here again.

      Shuttle to the airport is also free & so convenient.

      One caution: We ate at the Seafood Restaurant across the street & were very disappointed with the food & the prices.

      First Class Location All The Way

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      From the moment we arrived we knew we were in the "Best Place" . Great park and fly package. Covered underground parking. Cooked breakfast and clean ample room. Limo service to SFO 24/7. Reasonable rates. We'll be back!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Fairfield Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport Millbrae

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Millbrae

      Be sure to wear flowers in your hair

      A travel blog entry by mitchellusatour on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... to different haunts of San Francisco so we could experience all facets of real San Franciscan life. From the corner of Haight and Ashbury to the famous square of Castro, each had its own character, which just added to the splendour and colour of the city.

      We ended the tour on a suitably high note, on top of Twin Peaks, the highest point of San Francisco, where the city spread out below us like the sea it merged into. We were on top of the world. We love this city!
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      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Aug 22, 2014

      ... odd jobs but big machinery jobs, it's not as if it's boiling hot and invariable to work in the heat here at day! We walked down to the bus stop following the crowd and there was a huge queue for megabus! We got on though, double decker. Sat upstairs at the back, the air con was blasting so much it was freezing on there!! We tried getting shut eye after we moved it was great but got some, kept waking up absolutely freezing, shivering! Ross asked to turn it down and ...

      San Francisco, California - Week 9

      A travel blog entry by samandylan on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... of the bay. Later we had drinks and dinner with Nathan and Georgie down at the wharf, everywhere was packed and it was freezing! We layered all our warm clothing and found ourselves a spot on the hill to watch the fireworks. It was very funny the first song was the American country music version of 'This is Australia'. It was just like being on the Perth foreshore but without the drunken teenagers ...

      The Streets of San Francisco & Alcatraz...!!!

      A travel blog entry by oztrekkers on May 30, 2014

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      ... trip, via the famously tight and twisty bit of Lombard Street. What I hadn't realised was how steep the walk was from the hotel, especially the third block we had to climb; I began to think that we'd be needing ropes, crampons and carabiners to get up it. We did managed it somehow... just, and it was all down hill from here to the wharf. We thought we had plenty of time to get there but hadn't accounted for all the time lost at every junction waiting for the traffic ...

      The New Nation

      A travel blog entry by whains5757 on Mar 19, 2014

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      Upon arrival in San Francisco the first thing my family and I noticed was how different this new land was. I also arrive in the nation bearing bad news. On the ship ride to the new land my second oldest son died of dysentery. We are currently staying in tents outside the city and we are on the move again tomorrow. Hopefully we get a good nights ...

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