Here's our 'Hotels Near Me' all you need to know guide to hotels near San Francisco International Airport. SFO is located 30 miles south of downtown San Fran and has four terminals and seven concourses. Terminals one, two and three are usually domestic flights. The International Terminal handles international flights, and a few domestic arrivals.
Step off the AirTrain and into the lobby of Grand Hyatt at SFO where you will enjoy luxurious rooms with stunning views of the bay and airport through soundproof floor-to-ceiling windows. Enjoy culinary delights or have a drink with friends in our bar without ever leaving the airport, or take a train to the heart of San Francisco in half an hour.
Located in San Francisco, Grand Hyatt at SFO is connected to the airport, a 5-minute drive from South San Francisco Convention Center and 5 minutes from The Shops at Tanforan. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff.
Are you an on-the-go guest looking for a home from home? Just five minutes from San Francisco International Airport and between downtown San Fran and Silicon Valley, this Hyatt Gold certified hotel has easy access to Highway 101 and offers a complimentary shuttle to SFO.
This nine story hotel has 789 guest rooms and 26 suites. Located on San Francisco Bay and just 2 miles south of SFO Airport it's accessible by car or BART commuter train. Hyatt Regency San Fran offers free trolley service to and from downtown Burlingame's shops and restaurants.
Once you disembark your flight, domestic passengers and passengers from Canada through pre clearance can go directly to baggage claim. Other international passengers can follow the signs to passport control and immigration. After you clear immigration all international passengers will have to pick up their bags and clear customs.
If San Francisco is not your final destination, after clearing customs, you will have to drop your bags at the transfer belt for your next flight.
If you need to get from one terminal of the airport to another, you can easily take the free SFO air train which links the terminals together and is easy to catch.
If San Francisco is your final destination, follow the signs to ground transportation. In addition, there are many choices for ground transportation in San Francisco International Airport. All signs are clearly posted in English at the San Francisco International Airport.
If you choose to rent a car, you will have to go into the rental car Centre. This is in a separate building. Follow the signs to the air train and then take the blue line to the rental car centre.
Private car pickup is at the arrival level, at the International Terminal. You can arrange rides using the chair ride applications for Uber, Lyft, or wings. Lift and wings will pick up at Terminal curves, the departure ticketing level.
You can also catch taxis at the designated taxi zones on the Centre Island on the arrivals baggage claim level. Uniform taxi coordinators are stationed on systems. They're a great choice if you're travelling with at least three people and have multiple baggage. You can also share Vans and hotel shuttles are located in the centre Island at the departure and ticketing level. If you're taking the shared vans, make sure to pre book your spot.
You can find currency exchange counters and machines at the departure level, at the International Terminal.
Shuttles are also available for the hotels around the airport. If you're waiting for your shuttle and it is not arriving, you can find some courtesy phones located in the back of the waiting room.
If you plan to take the Caltrain towards San Jose, take the BART to Millbrae. The BART station is located on level three in the departure and ticketing level of the International Terminal. It's near 40 area G. You can purchase tickets at the BART station in SFO at the vending machines using credit cards and cash. Furthermore, check the chart of the ticket vending machine. One last thing to note... you may find your fare ticket vending machines do not take denominations of $20 or higher. You will need to get change from the machines next to the ticketing vending machine.