Emeryville is just across the Bay from San Francisco and is ideally suited for access to many of the surrounding cities. Continue reading
If your company is sending you on deployment to work in San Francisco for several weeks, or even months, you would be best off choosing one of our San Francisco short term apartments as opposed to a hotel. Continue reading
The Bay Area of California, as it is known, is far more than just San Francisco and San Jose. There are plenty of other cities from which to choose when you need Bay Area corporate rentals, such as Fremont, Cupertino, Oakland, Milpitas, Foster City, Burlingame, Palo Alto, and many more, all of which have their own particular benefits to offer. Continue reading
Sometimes when you are visiting a town on business for an extended length of stay you are better off staying on the outskirts rather than in a city center hotel which is going to be (a) expensive and (b) impersonal. Continue reading
In the taxonomy of mall gigantism, most people think first of the widely promoted Mall of America, in Minnesota. And yes, it is big. Very, very big. Continue reading
Travel just a short distance north of San Francisco and you will encounter Santa Rosa, where some of California’s history is still standing. Many of the homes in Santa Rosa are over a century old, having survived the twin disasters of the 1906 earthquake and “re-development” (aka bulldozing). This lends a wonderful charming air to the city which will make your stay in Santa Rosa short term rentals should business bring you to the area. Continue reading
Palo Alto invented the garage. No, that’s not quite right, Palo Alto invented inventing in the garage. Hewlett and Packard are the pair who started the in-the-garage “meme” as it were, and Jobs and Wozniak are the most famous examples of carrying the torch forward. Continue reading
San Diego’s reputation precedes it. It is still the city with ‘perfect weather’, and as such, continues to attract businesses and individuals from all over the world, and this is definitely the reason there are many San Diego short term rentals to be found. Everyone knows the standard attractions in the region (e.g. SeaWorld, golfing at Torrey Pines) What’s the only downside? Since everyone knows It gets ever harder to come up with marketing slogans to lure visitors from competing locales. “Just as nice as Florida but without the hurricanes” does not quite do the trick!
Hidden Gems of San Diego
In addition to the regular stops on a visitor’s circuit, you could add more out-of-the-way locations, of which there are many. Here’s a sampler of places within easy reach of any and all San Diego short term rentals:
Coronado Sand Dunes – A stretch of pure white sand dunes and beaches a bit to the north of San Diego. No need to travel all the way to Hawaii for a glimpse of white sand.
Heritage Park Victorian Village – A cluster of restored Victorian homes. Take that San Francisco, you’re not the only city with “painted ladies”!
Hummingbird Cottage – The San Diego Zoo is well-known, but the open-air aviary for hummingbirds it little visited. Has the world’s largest species of hummer, which sounds odd doesn’t it?
San Diego Short Term Rentals: Mixing Work and Pleasure
So the upshot is that wonderful weather, a great Pacific Rim location, and plenty of places to visit and experiences to have creates tremendous pull for “quality of life” reasons. This means that San Diego short term rentals can be hard to find. We work with a deep bench of local marketing experts, and can find a great temporary home for you while you work and play in the San Diego sun.
You can browse all of our San Diego short term rentals here.
If you have concerns about Key Housing, or just want to allow us to help you find the best corporate rentals in California, please call us at (800) 989-0410.