Tag Archives: Short Term Rentals

Key Housing Announces Alert on Non-hotel Accommodations and Hotel Alternatives in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and All of California

March 17, 2020 – San Francisco, California. Key Housing, a best-in-class service to find hard-to-find corporate, short term and serviced apartments in California at http://www.keyhousing.com/, is proud to announce an alert for its customers on finding alternatives to hotel accommodations in California. Business travelers on non-essential travel are justifiably concerned with staying in crowded hotels during the Coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading

Corporate Rentals In The Bay Area

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

Walnut Creek Short Term Rentals Properties Near Silicon Valley

What’s edgy in Walnut Creek? Corporate spies? Ninjas/hackers draining intellectual property from nearby Silicon Valley in daring night-time raids? In truth, we do not mean to suggest inhabitants of Walnut Creek short term rentals do anything so exciting. Continue reading

Santa Rosa Short Term Rentals Can Play a Starring Role for You

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 Short Term Rentals Bring You to Stanford’s Doorstep

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