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Bayhill Inn San Bruno Hotel in California

San Bruno, California is located adjacent to the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and a is a popular city to stay at given it's convenient airport access as well as easy access to the CalTrain and BART public transport systems that allow travelers to get around the Bay Area without a car and with ease. Visitors of San Francisco benefit from more affordable accommodations in San Bruno as opposed to the very pricey hotels rooms in the city. San Francisco is only a few miles north of San Bruno, so hopping on the train or a short cab ride will get you there in minutes. Enjoy all of San Francisco's wonderful attractions including Golden Gate Park, Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39, Union Square, Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco Cable Cars, Alcatraz Island, Coit Tower, and many others. San Bruno caters to both leisure travelers and business travelers. Around San Bruno, major corporations have their headquarters including Genetech, Oracle, EA Sports, SalesForce, Google, Facebook, and many more. When you travel to San Francisco, stay close to San Francisco Airport and stay with us at the Bayhill Inn hotel in San Bruno. Our rooms cater to all types of travelers and our room provide modern amenities, plush bedding, and the comforts of home.

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San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco International Airport is a universal air airport 13 miles south of downtown San Francisco, California, close Millbrae and San Bruno in unincorporated San Mateo County. It has flights to focuses all through North America and is a noteworthy portal to Europe and Asia. San Francisco International airport is the biggest airport in the San Francisco Bay Area and the second busiest in California, after Los Angeles International Airport. In 2013 it was the seventh most crowded airport in the United States and the twenty-first most crowded on the planet by traveler count. It is the fifth biggest center point for United Airlines and operate as United's essential transpacific portal.

Mills Peninsula Hospital

The new mills-peninsula Hospital in Burlingame, California, is a decent sample of evidence based configuration, which has immovably flourished as the debut impact on healing facility structural planning today. Including 9 floors and 374 beds, Peninsula is one of the largest, most present day and complete doctor's facilities in the Bay Area.

Crystal Springs Golf Course

With its tremendous perspectives of Crystal Springs Reservoir, Crystal Springs Golf Course offers an one of a kind involvement in San Francisco Golf. Planned by British modeler, W. Herbert Fowler, this San Francisco green lies magnificently inside of a 32,000 section of land natural life asylum. Precious stone Springs Golf Course offers all encompassing perspectives of the 20-mile-long Crystal Springs Reservoir, a plenitude of natural life and a challenging, championship caliber course.

Coyote Point Recreation Area

Coyote Point is a regional recreation area that gives a wide assortment of chances: picnicking, swimming, windsurfing, bicycling, running, angling, sculling, and cruising. Children will love the titan, palace and-winged serpent themed Magic Mountain Playground. Astounding regular history shows of the Bay Area can be found at CuriOdyssey, where you can watch and listen to live creatures at the Wildlife Habitats.


CuriOdyssey prior known as Coyote Point Museum for Environmental Education and Coyote Point Museum is an experiential science and wildlife place for youngsters and families. Situated at 1651 Coyote Point Drive in San Mateo, California, it is part of the Coyote Point Recreation Area, which neglects the San Francisco Bay. The historical center was established in 1954 at the San Mateo County Junior Museum, and is authorized by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.

Central Park San Mateo

Central Park would be an ideal place for fun with friends, kids or even to go for a date. Here you will experience the great band with a live music. The park is awesome and there are plenty of great nearby places to get yummy food. Central Park is a right place for a picnic.

Harding Park Golf Course

Harding Park is an 18-hole municipal golf course owned by San Francisco and operated by P.G.A Tour Golf Course Properties. The course was opened in 1925 and is named after U.S. President Warren G. Harding. Harding has hosted such events as the WGC-American Express Championship, the President’s Cup, and the Charles Schwab Cup Championship.

San Mateo County Event Center

The San Mateo Event Center is the most adaptable meeting and occasion space on the San Francisco Bay Area Peninsula. The San Mateo Event Center is the main venue serving the greater part of the majority population focuses in the Bay Area 20-mins from San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. San Francisco International Airport is 10 min away from the San Mateo Event Center. The San Mateo Event Center is the ideal place for picnics or parties on the Peninsula.


University of California, San Francisco

University of California, San Francisco is a leading university and the ‘only campus out of a 10 campus UC system to focus exclusively on health sciences.’ The school was first opened, in 1864, by a South Carolina Surgeon Hugh Toland, who was on the hunt for gold. After a dismal search, Toland began a private medical school, which soon became Toland Medical College. Within 20 years the school became one of the founding campus’ to the University of California chain. Today, the school is a proud home to a Nobel Prize winning Cancer center and has developed the most effective procedures for heart and cardiovascular treatments.

Japanese Tea Garden

This garden is an unexpectedly pleasant stroll garden on a forested site in the midst of a highly urbanized setting. It includes a koi pond, a granite pagoda (from Toyonaka, Japan) and a tea house.

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium is a multi-purpose and indoor amphitheater located in San Francisco built in 1915. Formerly it is also known as San Francisco’s Civic Auditorium as it was built as a part of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. It offers a unique versatility unparalleled everywhere in the Bay Area entertainment scene. There are three main seating areas: the Floor, Loge, and Balcony Levels which are available on a first-come, first-served basis and has the ability to hold up to 7,000 people.

War Memorial Opera House

The Opera House was originally built in 1932 to be the home of both San Francisco’s Opera and Ballet. In honor of the men and women that served in the First World War, the Opera House, Veterans Building, and Memorial Court combine to make the War Memorial of San Francisco. With over 3,000 seats, the center houses events such as Ballets, Operas, recitals, plays, lectures, and gala events.
Tours are scheduled every Monday, except holidays, from 10am to 2pm on the hour every hour. Group tours should be reserved two weeks in advance.

Civic Center

The Civic Center was built after the 1906 earthquake to house the City Hall and Hall of Records. The center was to be San Francisco’s proud centerpiece to its newly rebuilt city. In the recent times, the building is now surrounded by elegant government buildings, thus the Civic Center has been the home to many different rallies including anti-war protests. The center has also become the home to the St. Patrick’s Day parade, the Gay Pride Festival, and the Love Parade.

SHN Orpheum Theatre

The theatre features a variety of shows, silent films, motion pictures, musical comedy and other theatrical entertainment. The arrangement of seats holds up to 2203 guests and is considered a San Francisco landmark. The interior walls and ceiling of this old theater is beautiful works of art. At the ceiling and its centerpiece, you will see a magnificent ring of full-bodied lions. The Theatre hosts a number of roving musical acts and served as the main theater for all of San Francisco’s audiences.

A.T. &T. Park

AT&T Park is a ballpark basically utilized for facilitating Major League Baseball games. The park was first opened in 2000 to become the Official Home of the San Francisco Giants baseball team. Giants Enterprises, uses the park for any and all appropriate events. It is situated in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, California, at 24 Willie Mays Plaza, at the side of Third and King Streets. It has served as the home of the San Francisco Giants since 2000. A.T. &T. Park: A.T. and T. Park is also open for the types of events like board meeting, dinner facility etc.

Golden Gate Theatre

Started in 1922, The Golden Gate Theater is the popular theater venue situated in San Francisco, CA. It was initially a vaudeville venue, and afterward turned into a principle film theater. In the late 1970s, the film, theater venue was restored and turned into a performing expressions venue. The Golden Gate is possessed by the theatrical producing company SHN, and has arranged numerous principle Broadway appears.

Museum of Modern Art

This Museum of Art is the first museum on the west coast to develop a nationally recognized 20th century art collection. Founded in 1935 by Grace L. McCann Morley and since then has collected over 26,000 works of painting, sculpture, photography, and even architecture. This museum contains works from artists like Ansel Adams to Andy Warhol. Also quite the trend setter, SFMOMA was the first to recognize photography as a fine art. The art gallery at Fort Mason is directed by the same director and curator as SFMOMA.

Ghirardelli Square

Ghirardelli Square San Francisco is a famous landmark with popular shops and restaurants located in the Fisherman’s Wharf region of San Francisco. The West’s largest chocolate factory was established in 1893 and till now one of the most popular San Francisco attractions. An incredible home to unique shops, foodie restaurants and exciting events all year-round. It is one of the few companies in the country that manages the entire chocolate mechanized process, from cocoa bean to ended product.

Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman's Wharf gets its name and neighborhood characteristics from the city's early days during the Gold Rush here Italian migre fishermen settled in the area and fished for the Dungeness Crab. From then until present day it remained the home base of San Francisco's fishing fleet. Despite its redevelopment into a tourist attraction during the 1970s and 1980s, the area is still home to many active fishermen and their fleets.

Golden Gate Bridge & Park

The construction of the Golden Gate Bridge originally began on January 5th 1933, by McClintic-Marshall Construction Company. With a $30 million budget, the bridge was completed in April of 1937. The project was the idea of Joseph Strauss and M.M. O’Shaughnessy and became open for through traffic in May of 1937. Since then the Golden Gate Bridge has become a land mark for not only the city of San Francisco but also the state of California. It has also become one of the world’s most photographed bridges and is consider one of the world’s wonders by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Alcatraz Island

Alcatraz is a 22 acre island, 1.5 miles off the shore of San Francisco. Over time, it has been used as a light house, a military fortification, a prison, and a Federal Bureau of Prisons federal prison. Eventually, the island became a national land reserve and is now looked after by the National Park Service. Tours are led every half an hour, daily by a ferry service, docked by Pier 33 and Fisherman’s wharf.
Although most remember for being a prison of criminals like Al Capone, the island is also the home to the west coast’s oldest light house! In the years after prison, it became the home to Native Americans from all different tribes. The new natives turned the island into an education, ecology and cultural center, in attempts for the U.S. Congress to realize the harm they had done to the Native Americans.

Half Moon Bay Golf Links

Amazing golf course on a beautiful setting. The Ocean Course is in immaculate condition. The views are stunning and the whole course was such a joy to play. The course itself is in great condition and if you can play twilight it is a really great deal. Its the good place to play golf. The ocean course is very open with excellent ocean views and well placed mounding with light fescue. Both courses are very playable, although if you spray it around a lot the ocean course would be a better choice if you can only play one of them.

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