Four Points by Sheraton Hotel & Suites San Francisco Airport Welcomes Major League Baseball Conference to San Francisco this March

Premier SFO airport hotel welcomes Major League Baseball Fans to stay the night by SFO and park for free this March

USA, San Francisco, California. March 06, 2018

Four Points by Sheraton Hotel & Suites San Francisco Airport welcomes baseball season to town this March.  Major League Baseball announced its master schedule for the 2018 season. Opening Day will be Thursday, March 29. It's the earliest Opening Day in baseball history, with the exception of special international openers like the ones in Japan and Australia. Until now, the earliest opening date for a season at traditional Major League ballparks was March 30, which was the opener in 2003, 2008 and 2014.

For more information on the Major League Baseball schedule, please visit www.mlbschedule2018.com.

By staying at Four Points San Francisco Airport, attendees are within minutes of the event. Located just nine miles from the charming and historic San Francisco Bay, the hotel offers the perfect home base from which to explore all the city's most popular activities. The hotel is offering a special park and fly package, which includes up to ten nights of parking and free airport shuttle to and from SFO. To book this package, visit http://www.starwoodhotels.com/fourpoints/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=1156  or call the hotel directly at (650) 624-3700.

Four Points San Francisco Airport offers 101 guest rooms with all the amenities of home, including free high speed Internet, airport shuttle service, state-of-the art fitness center, self-service guest laundry and much more. 

For more information on the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel & Suites San Francisco Airport, please visit http://www.starwoodhotels.com/fourpoints/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=1156  or call (650) 624-3700. Four Points by Sheraton Hotel & Suites San Francisco Airport is proudly managed by Stonebridge Companies in Denver, Colo.
Founded in 1991 by Navin C. Dimond, Stonebridge Companies is a privately owned, innovative hotel owner, operator and developer headquartered in Denver. Its diverse listing of properties includes select-service, extended-stay, mid-scale and full-service hotels in markets throughout the U.S. For detailed information, visit http://www.sbcos.com.
 

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