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San Francisco Hotel Recommendations??

aaron_morden2
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Hey Everyone,

I am going to be taking a class at KDC San Francisco and was wondering if anyone had any hotel recommendations?

I have already looked at the SAP preferred hotels, but would like some more opinions.

Thanks,

Aaron

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Former Member
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Hi,

The KDC "San Francisco" is actually in Belmont, about 40 minutes south of San Francisco in traffic. The Hotel Sofitel on Twin Dolphin Drive is the nicest hotel. The Summerfield Suites is very basic but also nearby. I have had mixed reviews on that specific property.

I hope this helps.

DC

aaron_morden2
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I received a recommendation from a former co-worker to actually stay in the city and take the Caltrain to Belmont.

He said that the train ride would be about 45 minutes each way. He said it's worth it to be in the city every evening.

Sound like a good recommendation?

Anybody have any experience taking the Caltrain? Does 45 minutes from 4th & King street to Belmont sound about right, or would it take longer?

Thanks.

Former Member
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You can stay in Hotel Hilton, it is good one.

Check this link

http://www1.hilton.com/en_US/hi/hotel/SFOFHHH-Hilton-San-Francisco-California/index.do

Cheers

Jai

PS: there are some more hotels near to union squre, heart of san francisco down town, just google for that.

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The Hookah Hilton Hippie Hotel and Haberdashery. You can smoke large bongs in your room, then stumble down to the warf, fall into the water, adn float right out to Alcatraz for a free tour

michael_goeck
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Hi Aaron,

I once stayed at the [Red Victorian|http://www.redvic.com/], which is a very neat "hippie" hotel on Haight Street. Pretty charming, but no TV, no smoking, and some of the unique rooms don't have bath rooms, so you would have to share it with other rooms.

Regards,

Michael

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a hippie hotel where smoking is not allowed? boy, where have all the good ol' times gone?

michael_goeck
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You can say that again...

ChrisSolomon
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I am sure it is because some hippy would end up burning the place down on accident...."Dude....I was just smoking...and I just fell asleep...and then bam...I wake up with the room on fire...heavyyyyyyyy"