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Value Watch: Hotel Mark Twain, San Francisco

Value Watch: Hotel Mark Twain, San Francisco

And now for something a little different in the City by the Bay: Hotel Mark Twain and its special "bear rate" for gay bears and their admirers.

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Photos courtesy of the Mark Twain Hotel
Story by Olga Bas

And now for something a little different in the City by the Bay: Hotel Mark Twain and its special "bear rate" for gay bears and their admirers.

Visitors can either call the hotel directly at 415-673-2332 and ask for the "bear rate," or e-mail Kevin Thomas, director of sales, at kevin@hotelmarktwain.com. Through Feb. 28, 2009, the bear rate is $59 per person/per night for standard rooms for Sunday-Thursday stays and $79 per person/per night for Friday-Saturday stays. Deluxe room bookings this month also include free parking.

Named after the quintessential American author who lived in San Francisco in the 1860s and located a short walk from Union Square, Hotel Mark Twain blends old-style charm and luxury amenities, with room types and services to accommodate both business and pleasure travelers.

Money-saving tip: If you're planning on using a rental car during your stay, it's best to pay with a credit card; car rental companies often ask for a larger deposit or a higher daily rental rate without it.

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Photos courtesy of the Mark Twain Hotel
Story by Olga Bas

And now for something a little different in the City by the Bay: Hotel Mark Twain and its special "bear rate" for gay bears and their admirers.

Visitors can either call the hotel directly at 415-673-2332 and ask for the "bear rate," or e-mail Kevin Thomas, director of sales, at kevin@hotelmarktwain.com. Through Feb. 28, 2009, the bear rate is $59 per person/per night for standard rooms for Sunday-Thursday stays and $79 per person/per night for Friday-Saturday stays. Deluxe room bookings this month also include free parking.

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Named after the quintessential American author who lived in San Francisco in the 1860s and located a short walk from Union Square, Hotel Mark Twain blends old-style charm and luxury amenities, with room types and services to accommodate both business and pleasure travelers.

Money-saving tip: If you're planning on using a rental car during your stay, it's best to pay with a credit card; car rental companies often ask for a larger deposit or a higher daily rental rate without it.

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