San Francisco Bay Area Motels and Premier Inns - E-Z 8 Motels
The well-appointed, comfortable rooms at E-Z 8 Motel | Premier Inns are easy on your wallet, so you can use the money you save to explore beautiful, historical San Francisco!
Our Bay area properties put you in close proximity to safe and affordable public transportation. If you take a BART train, our Concord hotel gives you quick access to beautiful downtown San Francisco. If you want easy access to downtown and the airport, check out our San Jose locations. If you’re looking for a location that puts you near the 880 Freeway, which connects the entire East Bay, check out our Newark hotel.
Perfect access and great rates are the ultimate combination, making all our San Francisco motels a popular choice for business and leisure travelers. Plus, all our San Francisco hotels treat your pets like family.
San Francisco has it all. Shopping, sightseeing, special events, historical attractions—there’s something for everyone! Plus, one of the great things about San Francisco is the BART, which allows you to hop on a bus or trolley and save on driving costs. There are more things to do in the City by the Bay than you'll have time to experience, but we've listed a few of our favorites. For additional points of interest and San Francisco attractions, visit the San Francisco Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The Golden Gate Bridge welcomes 10 million visitors per year. Visitors from around the world come to see the stunning views of the world-famous bridge, with its signature orange color, art deco styling, and 746-foot tall towers. This American icon is one of the most beloved bridges in the world.
This huge, urban park covers 1,017 acres in San Francisco. It was modeled after New York’s Central Park, and even though it has the same shape, it is larger than Central Park. It is also the fifth most visited park in the United States. This famous park features a golf course and children's carousel as well as the Japanese Tea Garden, M.H. De Young Museum the Conservatory of Flowers, Morrison Planetarium, Strybing Arboretum, and Asian Art Museum. Other seasonal activities at this unique park include lawn bowling and dining at the Beach Chalet Brewery & Restaurant.
This is one of San Francisco's most famous and frequently visited waterfront destinations, with origins going back to the mid-1800s when it became the base of the city’s fishing industry. It includes Pier 39, Ghirardelli Square, the National Maritime Museum, the Cannery and Riptide Arcade, and many restaurants and pubs. Spectacular views can be seen from Fisherman’s Wharf. If you have time, you can spend a whole day here!
This urban national park offers scenic walking trails, historic and architectural beauty, and unforgettable views that you won't see anywhere else in the city. In addition to outside activities, The Presidio offers indoor recreational opportunities. Everything from art, culture, museums, and restaurants can be explored at The Presidio. Be sure to bring your camera!
This intertidal area on the California coast was established in 1969. The Fitzgerald Marine Reserve tide pools are a remarkable natural wonder of California. A diverse variety of sea life makes their homes in the intertidal, the area between low and high tide. Over 25 new species have been discovered at the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve.
Known as one of the world’s most legendary prisons that housed some of America’s most notorious criminals, Alcatraz is a part of America’s history. The only way to see Alcatraz is to take a tour to Alcatraz Island, and it's best to make your reservations in advance. Cruises depart from Fisherman's Wharf.