First modular Home2 Suites opens in San Francisco

Home2 Suites by Hilton San Francisco Airport North exterior
Sri Krishna Enterprises owns the Home2 Suites by Hilton San Francisco Airport North and Southern Hospitality Services manages it. Photo credit: Hilton
Home2 Suites by Hilton San Francisco Airport North has become the first hotel built using modular construction to open in the San Francisco Bay area. The hotel, the first of its kind from the Home2 Suites brand, took 16 months to construct, from groundbreaking to opening.

The hotel also took steps to boost its overall sustainability, including installing solar panels to produce close to half its total energy and adding a bio-retention bond to filter water run-off and reduce its carbon footprint.

Sri Krishna Enterprises owns the 115-suite hotel and Southern Hospitality Services manages it. The hotel features complimentary internet, a combined laundry and fitness area, a grab-and-go market area and complimentary breakfast. All suites include fully accessorized kitchens.

The Home2 Suites offers guests convenient access to South San Francisco dining and shopping, downtown San Francisco, the Moscone Center and nearby transportation centers like BART and Caltrain. 

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