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- Joined: 1:00 PM - Jul 25, 2000
|chinois51 || Excellent Website for Driving and Parking in San Francisco ||Lead ||[-] |
(11/26/09 2:32 AM)
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Here's a great website from the local SF Chronicle telling you everything you might ever want to know about driving and parking in San Francisco: http://www.sfgate.com/travel/resources/driving/
If you're a new traveler to SF, you might want to bookmark it. More frequent travelers may already be in the know.
- Joined: 11:45 AM - Sep 15, 2005
Great parking near Union Square . . . $20/day, with in-n-out privileges . . . if parking 3 days, will valet you to your hotel at no additional charge . . . check out website to see if it works for you . . . advanced reservation required . . .
- Joined: 9:39 PM - Apr 02, 2010
I usually park for free on the street when using the Hyatt. Decided to save money this time and try a 3.5*...got the Doubletree, but am now stuck with $16/day parking making it more expensive than the Hyatt.
Any tricks to park near the Doubletree for cheap?
- Joined: 3:07 PM - Sep 28, 2010
SFO-2.5* Holiday Inn ($29/day bid worked) has no charge for parking so I was happy to get it rather than Hyatt which charges $13/day for parking. For me the car is more about flexibility, I like to drive to points far N/S but if you're staying for a few days in downtown why hassle with a car? It is a very walking friendly city and MUNI is great and CHEAP. If I feel like spending the day in the city I usually park in the Sunset neighborhood (relatively safe, near GGP and beach) for free, easy to drive south from and take MUNI around.
I finally calculated my total for car/hotel/BART to be $550 for 9 days, split 2 ways and FF miles for flight- what a cheap vacation!
If you put $30 on a Bart card, you get an extra $2.WOOHOO...
- Joined: 2:45 AM - Aug 08, 2001
Happy to report that we paid $18 for overnight parking at the Sutter/Stockton garage. We came in on a Saturday at 3pm and left at 1130am Sunday.