Residence Inn San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Waterfront completes $800,000 renovation

Residence Inn San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Waterfront completed the $800,000 renovation of its suites.

The extended-stay San Francisco airport hotel wrapped up a complete overhaul of its lobby, meeting room, 24-hour exercise room and guest suites to offer spaces for socializing, meeting, exercising, dining and relaxing.

With the renovation, the property’s lobby now has new carpet, tile and vinyl. The gatehouse dining area has a new buffet line and dining area for guests to access a complimentary breakfast each morning.

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A 920-square-foot meeting room now has new tables and chairs, an updated projection screen and new décor.

The South San Francisco hotel's reimagined suites now have new carpet, drapes and paint, giving rooms a modern feel. New sofas and chairs allow visitors to relax while using the 37-inch flat-screen TVs. The suites also provide Internet connectivity.

The kitchens in all suites now have stainless-steel appliances and granite countertops, while bathrooms have new sinks and granite countertops as well.

There are also new desks and work areas in studio and one-bedroom suites. These work spaces were designed close to windows.

The Residence Inn San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Waterfront at 1350 Veterans Blvd. in South San Francisco, Calif., is less than five miles from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and offer a complimentary shuttle. Downtown San Francisco is nine miles away with the Golden Gate Bridge, AT&T Giants Park, Cow Palace and Pier 39 all nearby. The extended-stay hotel has 152 suites on four floors as well as one meeting room with 920 square feet. An exercise room, pool and hot tub are among other amenities. Internet access and buffet breakfasts are complimentary.

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