SFO San Francisco Airport Hotels

Don’t Miss Your Flight, Stay Overnight at San Francisco Airport Hotels and Save Up to 85% on SFO Parking!

about search park sleep flyThere are many SFO Parking options as well as Park Sleep Fly Hotel options at San Francisco International Airport (SFO).  There are over 20San Francisco Airport Hotels that offer Park Sleep and Fly Packages, which is an airport hotel room with airport parking.  San Francisco Airport Hotels with airport parking include:

Rates start at $69.00 for one night at a San Francisco Airport Hotel and 14 days of SFO Parking, which works out to an airport parking rate of $4.93 a day plus you get an airport hotel room.  The airport parking rate of $4.93 per day is about $2 per day less than Off-Airport San Francisco Airport Parking and SAVES UP TO 85% compared to On-Airport San Francisco Airport Parking. See more information on these and other San Francisco Airport Hotels and get a free Park Sleep Fly Hotel Package quote on the San Francisco Airport Hotels page.

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SFO – San Francisco Airport Parking

For Cheap Airport Parking at San Francisco Airport your best choice will be the off-airport long term parking operators: Quick Park Airport Express, Park n’ Fly, AVR Parking SFO, SkyPark, Burlingame Airport Parking, Anza Parking, Park SFO, Fasttrack, Clarion Hotel SFO, and CL Parking.  The parking rates for on-airport San Francisco Airport Parking range from $14.00 per day for the SFO Long Term Parking Lot up to $33.00 per day in the SFO Domestic Parking Garage. So by using off-airport long term parking near Sab Francisco Airport you can SAVE UP TO 81%.  More information for each lot is available on our sister site SearchAirportParking.com including links to the parking reservations and there are links to a SkyPark Coupon and Burlingame Airport Parking Coupon that can be printed.  Go to the San Francisco Airport Parking page on Search Airport Parking for more information on each parking lot.

SFO San Francisco Airport Information

SFO San Francisco Airport Map Terminal MapSan Francisco Airport is the largest airport in the Bay Area.  The airport consists of 4 passenger terminals labeled Terminal 1, Terminal 2, Terminal 3, and International with Terminal 2 currently closed and under renovation.  Each of the open terminals consists of two gates: Terminal 1 – gates B and C, Terminal 3 – gates E and F, and International – gates A and G.  Each terminal has its own security check points.  If your not sure what terminal you are flying out of, go to the San Francisco Airport Airlines page on the San Francisco Airport web site or go to the interactive San Francisco Airport Map.

SFO San Francisco Airport Transportation

To get around San Francisco International Airport there is an automated AirTrain light rail that runs 24 hours a day.  The AirTrain consists of a Red Line and Blue Line.  The Red Line stops at all terminals, terminal garages, and the BART Station.  The Blue Line makes the same stops as the Red Line, plus the Rental Car Center.  There is a good San Francisco Airport Map in pdf format that includes the AirTrain Lines. The AirTrain does not access the on-airport Long Term Parking, but there are free shuttles that run between Long Term parking and the terminals.

BART refers to the Bay Area Rapid Transit.  The station in the San Francisco Airport gives patrons access to trains going to San Francisco.  Airport Patrons can also use BART to get to Millbrae Transit Center stations, where they can transfer to Caltrain.  Caltrain is a commuter rail that runs from San Francisco to Gilroy, which is South of San Jose.  For more info on BARTwww.bart.gov and Caltrainwww.caltrain.com.

SFO San Francisco Airport Car Service

If you want to avoid the price of parking altogether you can take a taxi to/from San Francisco Airport, but there are often lines at the taxi stands during busy hours.  Another option is to use a car service, which can handle a single person or large groups.  To see what the cost of a San Francisco Airport Car Service will be, you can get a Free Car Service Quote from Limos.com.  To get a Free Car Service Quote on Limos.com simply fill out the form on the home page and for “Type of Service” select To Airport or From Airport.

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