Park Pointe Hotel

United States Of America, California, Los Angeles, South San Francisco
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A convenient place for a quick stay-over in San Francisco. Just 7 minutes from the SFO airport and 20 minutes from downtown San Francisco, Park Pointe offers a peaceful escape from stressful flights, long layovers, and San Francisco traffic. The hotel's free shuttle to SFO Airport and also connects with the airport's BART metro station, allowing easy access to San Francisco and Oakland. We offer a peaceful place to refresh from your travels and recharge for the rest of your journey. Smoke-free guestrooms are bright and unpretentious, with armchairs, desks to put a laptop on, and color TVs for entertainment. A restaurant and a garden area are available. Free guest parking is provided. Guests can relax in the outdoor garden or workout in the fitness center, they also have access to an outdoor picnic and BBQ area.

So welcome to Park Pointe Hotel, and welcome to your peaceful place. We promise to be more than a place to rest your head. We are committed to all the conveniences you expect, plus a whole new level of comfort and service. We are incredibly excited to make your travels a little smoother and your life a little easier and to enrich every guests experience with us.From arrival to departure, we are your space to relax, unwind, and recharge.


Air Conditioning
Disabled Facilities
Satellite TV

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American Dollar Currency American Dollar
English Language English
GMT-05:00 Time Zone GMT-05:00
8 hours Avg. Flight Time 8 hours
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£5.00 Price of a pint £5.00
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