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Monday, July 8, 2013

Asiana Plane Crash: S.F. Hotels Let Displaced Travelers Stay on the Cheap

Posted By on Mon, Jul 8, 2013 at 1:49 PM

click to enlarge The Palace Hotel is offering a discount
  • The Palace Hotel is offering a discount

Some hotels around the Bay Area showed their capitalistic spirit by reportedly increasing hotel rates up to five times the average in response to the Asiana plane crash on Saturday.

According to NBC Bay Area, those hotels were caught charging $1,200 for rooms that normally would cost $200 a night.

The San Francisco Travel Association took notice of this reported greed and decided to capitalize on the public relations nightmare, offering discount rates at five city hotels for those affected by the crash of Asiana flight 214.

Passengers whose flights were delayed or cancelled can book discounted rooms until Thursday at the Fairmont, Laurel Inn, Palace Hotel, the Radisson at Fisherman's Wharf, and the Warwick hotel. Rates range from $129 to $209. Guest may have to show proof that their flight was cancelled or a relationship to a passenger.

Now for the details:

Fairmont San Francisco

950 Mason St.
 San Francisco

Contact: 415-772-5000 and ask for Front Desk Manager on duty

Discounted rates (represents more than a 100% discount)

July 7 - 11: $129

Laurel Inn

444 Presidio Ave.
San Francisco

Contact: 415-567-8467 or

Discounted rates (represents a 20 - 55% discount)

July 7 - 11: $209

Palace Hotel

2 New Montgomery St.
San Francisco

Discounted rates (represents more than a 200% discount)

July 7 - 11: $199

Radisson Hotel Fisherman's Wharf

250 Beach St.
San Francisco

Contact: 415-392-6700 or
Discounted rates (represents a 20% discount)

July 7 - 11:$199.00

Warwick San Francisco Hotel

490 Geary St.

San Francisco
Contact: 415-928-7900 or
Discounted rates (represents a 25 - 33% discount)

July 8 and 9: $199

Fully committed July 10 and 11

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