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San Francisco Airport Hotels
We look forward to the opportunity to assist you in booking your hotel stay at San Francisco International Airport. Our San Francisco Airport Hotels offer complete services for the leisure and business traveler. All hotels are rated by AAA and Mobil Travel Guide. All San Francisco Airport Hotels have been inspected by our staff for quality and comfort.
Many of our San Francisco Airport Hotels offer free airport shuttle as well as special parking packages with up to 14 days parking. Whether you're travelling on business or leisure you'll be sure to find a hotel that suits your budget and needs at Airport Hotel Service. We buy in bulk from hotels, which means you get big discounts off the official hotel 'rack rate' - that's what most people pay when they just turn up at the hotel without a prepaid booking.
Featured Airport Hotels
FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON AIRPORT
3.0 mi / 4.8 km to San Francisco Airport
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This Four Points is an above average hotel with popular features and some that are more unique. Gaming consoles are available to those who desire them.
SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT MARRIOTT WATERFRONT
1.1 mi / 1.8 km to San Francisco Airport
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With the beautiful view of the bay and the fine cuisine of the inhouse restaurants you will not leave disappointed.
About San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is located several miles south of San Francisco, California. It is the largest of the three airports situated in the San Francisco Bay Area. This airport is bordered by the bay, wetlands, and the 101 freeway. Since the runways are positioned close to each other, the airport must close some runways during poor weather conditions resulting in flight delays.
In 1927, the land originally became the Mills Field Municipal Airport. Later, in 1937, it was renamed San Francisco Municipal Airport with the intention of being the temporary airport location until the international terminal could be built on Treasure Island. These plans eventually changed and the airport continued to grow with many upgrades and improvements throughout the years.
There are now four terminals with one dedicated to international flights. San Francisco International Airport is very modern and roomy with many retail shops, restaurants, and free Wi-Fi throughout the terminals. It is easy to reach via a dedicated freeway exit or using the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train system, which has a station in the international terminal.
During the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake, runways suffered some damage causing the airport to close for several hours. The airport contains an accredited museum with many art and cultural displays plus a quality aviation library.