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Monday, June 30, 2008

Travelodge SF Central - San Francisco, California

Here's a very unique opportunity, submitted today by reader Steven. It seems to have very, very limited availability, but I can confirm the sample date (at the very least) is working as of the time of this post. The funny thing is that even though availability is slim, there are several competitors offering this hotel at cheaper rates than WR. These competitors are easily visible by searching Kayak.

Hotel Address: 1707 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 US

Competitor Website: http://www.reservetravel.com or http://www.venere.com

Sample Date:
November 14, 2008. Click here to check your specific dates

Occupancy: 2 Persons

Room Details: One Double Bed (Venere), One King or Double / Two Doubles Deluxe (ReserveTravel)

Rate variation: $64.00 Venere.com, $89.00 WR (One Double) / $64.00 Reservetravel.com (One King or Double), $89.00 WR / $72.00 Reservetravel.com (2 Doubles Deluxe), $94.00 WR

Special Comments: "Situated Halfway Between Bustling Downtown San Francisco and The Colorful Castro District, Just 4 Blocks From The Civic Center/City Hall Area. Hop Onto The Market Street Antique Street Car Right In Front Of The Hotel And Travel To Union Square, China Town, Moscone Convention Center Or The San Francisco Shopping Center. Or take A Nearby Bus To Fisherman's Wharf, Golden Gate Park, And Launch Sites For Alcatraz Excursions." - Travelodge.com

Click here to read Tripadvisor reviews of this property

Click here to visit the hotel's official website.

3 comments:

cissies said...

Thanks for the information! I have one problem with the screenshot. When I was trying to take the screenshot on venere.com or ReserveTravel,I couldn't have "number of people in the room" in the screenshot.

sj said...

Did you try saving the webpage?

Anonymous said...

Just received my approval. Not sure if this rate is still available?