Not All San Francisco Hotels are Gouging during Super Bowl 50

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San Francisco's Golden Gate Hotel maintains regular rates

Astronomical rates commanded by many Bay Area hotels and motor lodges.

The media has recently been quick to highlight the high room rates commanded by many Bay Area hotels and motor lodges for San Francisco’s hosting of Super Bowl 50.

The 50th playing of the Super Bowl will kick off January 30, with a week-long series of public events held throughout the region. However, what is not known is that some hotels and bed and breakfast inns are electing not to raise their rates. This begs the question, is it too premature for many hoteliers and their sales teams to have upped the ante in cashing in on a pseudo gold rush?

While the major branded hotels are commanding exceedingly higher than normal rates, the Golden Gate Hotel, a TripAdvisor Hall of Fame awardee, offers Super Bowl travelers a bed and breakfast experience with all the amenities, at an exceptional value. Their rates start at just $145 per night for rooms with a shared bath, and $215 per night for rooms with a private bath. With complimentary continental breakfast daily, afternoon tea, and free Wi-Fi, not to mention a house cat named Pip, this hotel is quite conceivably your home-away-from-home.

For reservations, you may visit their website at, or call them at 415-392-3702.

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