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Hotels offer discount rates for stranded passengers
July 09, 2013, 05:00 AM Bay City News Service

San Francisco International Airport passengers whose flights have been delayed or canceled because of the Asian Airlines Flight 214 crash on Saturday are being offered special rates at many Bay Area hotels.

Travelers who need lodging because of the incident can receive special rates at certain hotels through Thursday, according to the San Francisco Travel Association and SFO officials.

Some hotels offering discounted accommodations include the Fairmont San Francisco, the Laurel Inn in the city’s Presidio Heights and the Palace Hotel, among others.

More information about availability and rates is available at (800) 935-5995.

The San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau is offering special rates to stranded passengers at hotels including the Hilton Garden Inn San Mateo, the SFO Marriott Waterfront, the Embassy Suites Waterfront in Burlingame and the Crowne Plaza Foster City.

The “distressed passenger rates” are not listed on hotel websites and should be mentioned when calling hotels.

 

 

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