Aug262019

San Francisco for 8,000 Choice Privileges points

San Francisco at 8,000 Choice Privileges points per night at Infinity Hotel SF, an Ascend Collection Member for Friday and Saturday nights from Sep 16-Nov 30 is an amazing deal for peak season September and October, the months that frequently have some of the best weather with warmest temperatures of the year. Choice Privileges members can buy 8,000 points for $60 through Cash+Points reward bookings. An 8,000 points reward night is a hard-to-beat deal for a city where hotel rates are generally over $200 per night.

Choice Hotels San Francisco

There are five Choice Hotels in San Francisco. Two hotels are located along the Highway 101 business route corridor through the city, a Rodeway Inn is located by the Pacific Ocean beach on the western side of the city along the Great Highway, a Rodeway Inn is near the city Civic Center and another Ascend Collection Hotel is downtown in the Tenderloin.

Sep 16-Nov 30 Choice Privileges reward rates

Infinity Hotel San Francisco,Ascend Collection  (Lombard St-Marina area/Highway 101) 8,000 points weekend; 16,000 points Sun-Thu 

Rodeway Inn San Francisco – Great Highway (hotel at beach) – 12,000 points weekend; 20,000 points Sun-Thu

Rodeway Inn Civic Center – 16,000 points Sun-Thu; 25,000 points Fri-Sat

HTL 586, Ascend Collection (Tenderloin near Union Square) – 30,000 all week

Comfort Inn by the Bay (Van Ness-Highway 101) – 30,000 all week

Choice Hotels rates: Friday Sep 20 – Sunday Sep 22 (2-night stay)

Infinity Hotel San Francisco

$575.73 advance Purchase nonrefundable rates Fri Sep 20-Sun Sep 22

or 8,000 points per night

The redemption rate for Infinity Hotel San Francisco over the weekend of Sep 20-22 is nearly $36 per 1,000 points. As long as you have 6,000 Choice Privileges points in your account, the option to buy additional points with a Choice Privileges Points+Cash reward night at $7.50 per 1,000 points offers a route to much cheaper rates for this hotel in San Francisco during the peak season travel dates in late September and October.

As Californians know, this period is commonly the best weather of the year for San Francisco. July and August in these parts tend to be the foggiest days of the year.

 

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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  1. Those are amazing rates for points. I had a paid stay at the Rodeway Inn on the Great Highway a few months ago. It is in a primarily residential area facing the Ocean. There is some car noise in the morning, but overall, a good choice for someone on a budget. You can leave your car and take the streetcar (terminal is a short walk south) downtown.

    A warning to share with your readers: be very careful downtown. I let the Rodeway Inn front desk man know (same day) that I was battered from behind by a woman at 11:00 a.m. on a street full of pedestrians on a bright, sunny day after visiting the Asian Art Museum (I had walked half a block from the building when it happened). The woman walking behind me who witnessed it asked, “did she just hit you?” I found policemen and gave my name and phone number, and also let them know the same woman grabbed another woman’s arm after I was hit. I also reported it to the museum, which never responded to me. I used to go to San Francisco every month for a class. I have not returned to the classes or downtown since and would rather avoid the downtown area. Take care of yourselves out there.

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