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When I fly in and out of SFO this is the hotel of choice. It is a quick 8 minute cab ride from SFO (the cab fee is paid by the hotel both ways as their "shuttle"). The room are very nice and quiet and...More
what a hidden gem. We picked the hotel to be near the airport for an early morning flight, not expecting much, and we were pleasantly surprised. Robin could not have been more welcoming and friendly. We felt we were in a 5 star hotel. The...More
I was surprised at what we got in the middle of San Bruno ... for being on a busy street, close to the airport and not having to pay for parking, etc. we had a good experience and have no complaint. The hotel, room and...More
We stayed in Villa Montes Hotel for one night. The location was not close to the urban city, however, it was a great place to stay as a start point for the Road 1. The room was not big, but elegant. The toilet requisites seem...More
Called hotel upon my arrival at the airport and Robin at the front desk said he would send for a taxi. Taxi showed up a few minutes later and brought me to the hotel. It was before check-in time, but Robin made sure my room...More
Response from Kathy7153 | Reviewed this property |
I don't think the commute would be tiresome, but the Bart station is not right next door to the hotel or anything (not convenient to walk to), so you would still ideally need a car to get you to the Bart station, ideally... More
I don't think the commute would be tiresome, but the Bart station is not right next door to the hotel or anything (not convenient to walk to), so you would still ideally need a car to get you to the Bart station, ideally. Or a cab, I guess.