Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Daly City does not have to be difficult. Welcome to El Camino Inn, a nice option for travellers like you.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including baggage storage, and you can go online as El Camino Inn offers guests free wifi. Guests are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Daly City has plenty of Asian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Kome Sushi Buffet, Moonstar, and Koi Palace, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you are interested in exploring Daly City, check out a park, such as Mussel Rock Park.
El Camino Inn puts the best of Daly City at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Not a bad hotel at all,its nice for the price .I stayed 1 night and it was good. I really dont see why people hate on it so much.The room was clean also the bed was comfortable also there is parking spot outside.Maybe i shouldve stayed 2 nights instead of 1 to get the better price
This hotel is cheap for one reason. It is very bad and the photos do not show how bad it is. This is a very old run down hotel that you should avoid at all costs. We arrived after the check in time and our allocated room had still not been serviced after the last guest left. This room stunk of cigarette smoke so after complaining we got another room. The rooms are very small and in dire need of refurbishment. The beds must be 20+ years old and the towels are not much bigger than a big hand towel.
Hotel was OK, but in need of some TLC. Rooms tired with a grubby carpet. Breakfast is ok in a quaint room with seating for only 6 people. Well located with good access to the BART system. A good price for SF but expensive for what you get.
I used to use this motel as a regular place to stay when visiting San Francisco from Monterey. It used to be about $90 per night; then went to about $110. I don't know if it even has the same owner, but the friendly managers are gone. It is only worth about $120 max and I will not stay there for any more than that. Sorry, I'll miss the place, but someone has gotten greedy with the rest of the Bay Area real estate market.
My granddaughter graduated from high school and as a gift we took her to California. We reserved our rooms the beginning of the year and they were paid for at that time. We were in San Francisco and got a text message that we no longer had rooms as the hotel had overbooked. We called hotel.com and were informed that there is nothing they could do if the hotel decided to cancel our reservation at the last minute. Hotel.com did help us find rooms at another hotel. This is very unprofessional as we had these reservations months in advance.