The Residence Inn by Marriott San Francisco Airport Millbrae Station
The Residence Inn by Marriott San Francisco Airport Millbrae Station celebrated its grand opening March 30. Among the attendees were, left to right, Millbrae councilmembers Anders Fung and Gina Papan; Vice Mayor Maurice Goodman; Philip Jaw, Residence Inn, Millbrae Station; Brent Andrus and Kevin Keefer, from Huntington Hotel Group; Millbrae Mayor Ann Schneider; John Hutar, the San Francisco Peninsula convention and visitors’ bureau; Toby Cheng, Huntington Hotel Group; and Millbrae Councilmember Angelina Cahalan. The hotel has 164 rooms and is connected to the BART station.

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