San Francisco is well-known for its art, food and shopping. But its vibrant and affordable hotel scene is what made the city irresistible for us.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 14, 2011
EuroCheapo.com, the expert budget hotel guide, today announced the launch of its guide to cheap hotels in San Francisco. The site's editors, whose New York City guide was their first outside Europe, chose San Francisco as their second city to cover in the US.
“We’ve received many requests from readers to introduce more North American destinations and we felt that San Francisco was the perfect fit,” said Tom Meyers, EuroCheapo’s founder and Editor-In-Chief. “San Francisco is well-known for its art, food and shopping. But its vibrant and affordable hotel scene is what made the city irresistible for us.”
In preparing for the launch of EuroCheapo’s San Francisco guide, the site's editors visited and photographed dozens of hotels, B&Bs and hostels, publishing reviews for properties they felt provided the greatest value for budget travelers. EuroCheapo’s recommended hotels are located throughout central San Francisco and most are priced at under $100 / night for double occupancy.
EuroCheapo’s guide to San Francisco extends well beyond cheap sleeps. Weekly dispatches from local correspondents cover a wide variety of topics, such as how to navigate public transportation, where to find the best food carts, and how to receive discounted museum admission.
Since launching its first hotel guide to Paris in 2001, EuroCheapo's editors have visited and reviewed thousands of budget-friendly hotels, hostels and B&Bs. The site now provides guides to 31 of the most expensive cities in Europe and the U.S., with more cities to be announced in 2011.
EuroCheapo has been featured in the New York Times, USA Today, public radio’s Marketplace, Chicago Tribune and Budget Travel magazine, among other media outlets. In addition, EuroCheapo was named one of PC Magazine’s “Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites.”
EuroCheapo is owned and operated by Over There Interactive and is based in New York City.