Inn at Oyster Point Near San Francisco International Airport Is One Helluva Cheap but Luxurious Place

If you were visiting San Francisco anytime soon, and were wondering where to stay, here is a great place to look forward to as soon as you land.

The Inn at Oyster Point near San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has been given a great makeover, and has transformed itself into a boutique hotel. The hotel’s history dates back to 20 years ago, which was designed by Andrew Alford Design Studio. The interiors were inspired by 1940-’50s, Dorothy Draper. The hotel also comes with waterfront accommodation, and if you wish, you could get yourself placed in a room right next to the beach. In fact, you can get out of the room, and jump into a boat and head elsewhere!

The marina rooms come with fireplace, an oversized work desk and separate, comfortable seating area, complimentary continental room-service breakfast, a large bathroom with spa robes, a great view of the bay, free Wi-Fi, iPod docking station and much more. Between 2:30 and 6 pm, you get happy hours when you could order a beer for just $1.75! Airport shuttle are available too, on request. The rooms cost just $165 during winters and springs. You could also get the rooms for $149 if you stay for 4 days or more. Check with them for more discounts!

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