Set on the bay, with clear vistas of airplanes flying above San Francisco in the distance, the building's focal point is a newly renovated nine-story atrium and tropical garden showcasing exotic towering palms, bamboo and banana plants, and koi-filled ponds all crowned by a waterfall, making this one of the most lovely hotels in the airport corridor. Each suite has a living room with work area, flat-screen TV, microwave, sleeper sofa, and bedroom; kitchenettes are conveniently
located between the suite's two rooms. Rates include a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast, evening cocktails, use of the pool, and free access to the business center.
Aug 6, 2001
After reading the raves here and seeing its AAA 4 diamond rating, we thought we'd spend a night here on our way to SF. We were disappointed...the rooms are dated, bathroom much smaller than other embassy suites hotels I've stayed at, and the price was not cheap. Worst of all, their usually dependable breakfast was overcrowded, and after spending about 15 minutes waiting in the "egg" line with no moving, we gave up and contented ourselves with cold
cereal. I felt bad because I told my husband that it would be worth the well over $200 price tag. It wasn't.
Oct 25, 2000
Taking Fodors recommendation, we spent our final night at the E Suites Burlingame. Without a doubt, this is the most wonderful airport hotel we've ever used. Its location is awesome and its rooms are comfortable.