The Dylan Hotel is conveniently located in the safe community of Millbrae and is just 1 mile south of the San Francisco International Airport (SFO); only 12 miles from San Francisco and a short 3 minute walk from Millbrae BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) and Millbrae CalTrain station.
Our close proximity to public transportation makes it easy to visit such local attractions as: Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Museums, Lombard street, Cable Cars, The San Francisco Giants Baseball Stadium (Chase Park), The Warriors Basketball Arena (Chase Stadium), The San Francisco 49ers Stadium (Levis Stadium), The San Francisco Moscone Convention Center, Union Square; tours to San Francisco, Napa, Sausalito, Muir Woods, Monterey/Carmel, Burlingame, San Mateo County Events Center, San Mateo County, Silicon Valley, Biotech, South San Francisco, Yosemite, Highway 1 and many more.
From San Francisco Airport (SFO): The Dylan is 5-8 min away; 1-1/2 miles south of SFO.
- $2.25/Ad - $1.10/Sr or Ch
- ARRIVALS Level - 8A-11:40P // Sun-10A 11:30P
- Terminal 3 (United) Door 12 curbside
- Terminal 2 (American & Virgin America) center island
- Terminal 1 Courtyard A - curbside
- International Courtyard A or G
- Drop-off for The Dylan 3 min. walk to the hotel & Pick-up 1 min. walk from the hotel
• Taxi- $15-$20, Uber or LYFT - prices vary
• BART - $4.80
• Driving – 101 South to Millbrae Ave exit, right on Millbrae Ave, left on El Camino, The Dylan is located on the first block on the left side. (GPS takes you to the back of The Dylan)
BART - bart.gov or moovitapp.com
BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) is the primary regional transportation in the Bay Area. Its extensive train network connects San Francisco with Peninsula and East Bay cities and both area airports—SFO and OAK.
The Dylan is a 3 minute walk to the Millbrae BART station. All trains departing Millbrae go directly to all the San Francisco BART stations, including: Mission, Civic Center, Powell and Embarcadero.
SFO Station: BART is the hassle-free and traffic-free way to access the San Francisco International Airport. Take the SFO/Millbrae-bound train for a 30-minute journey from the city.
Millbrae Station: This last stop on the BART system's southwestern arm is a great connection point to the communities of the peninsula. Riders can transfer to the Caltrain system to travel south Burlingame or south into Silicon Valley.
Embarcadero Station: Fisherman's Wharf, Embarcadero, Pier 39, Ferry Building, The Exploratorium, Cruises to Alcatraz, and Steuart St.
Montgomery St. Station: Chinatown, North Beach, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Maiden Lane, Cartoon Art Museum, Yerba Buena Gardens, and Museum of the African Diaspora.
Powell St. Station: Union Square, Moscone Center, Visitor Info Center, Westfield San Francisco Centre, Movie Theater and Theatres, and The Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Civic Center Station: War Memorial Opera House, City Hall, Theatres (Part II), The Asian Art Museum, Davies Symphony Hall, and African American Art and Cultural Center (AAACC).
Outside Downtown San Francisco:
16th St. and Mission Station: Mission Dolores, Tartine Bakery, and Valencia Street.
24th St. and Mission Station: Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA), trendy restaurant, bars and shops
19th Street/Oakland, 12th Street Oakland City Center, and Lake Merritt Stations: Downtown and Uptown Oakland, Oakland Museum of California, Jack London Square, and Lake Merritt.
Downtown Berkeley Station: University of California, Shattuck Avenue, and not-to-miss attraction is the revamped Berkley Art Museum and Pacific fil Archive.
Coliseum Station: Oracle Arena, and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. Use this station to transfer to the Oakland International Airport shuttle.
West Dublin/Pleasanton and Dublin/Pleasanton Stations: The Dublin/Pleasanton Line takes you deeper into the East Bay, Tri-Valley region offers golden hills, wineries and small-town charm.
CalTrain provides regular train service between San Francisco, the Peninsula, and the Silicon Valley. CalTrain operates local, limited-stop, and Baby Bullet trains. Baby Bullet and limited-stop trains operate during weekday periods only, while local trains operate all day every day. CalTrain connects with BART at the Millbrae Station. The San Francisco stop is located at 4th & King, close to Oracle Park (Home of the San Francisco Giants Baseball team.).
Zone 1: San Francisco. 22nd Street, Bayshore, South San Francisco, and San Bruno
Zone 2: Millbrae, Burlingame, San Mateo, Hayward Park, Hillsdale, Belmont, San Carlos, and Redwood City
Zone 3: Menlo Park, Palo Alto, California Avenue, San Antonio, Mountain View, and Sunnyvale
Zone 4: Lawrence, Santa Clara, College Park, San Jose Diridon, and Tamien
Zone 5: Capitol and Blossom Hill
Zone 6: Morgan Hill, San Martin, and Gilroy
CalTrain fares are based on the number of zones that are traveled through by the passenger. Full fares will apply to all customers 19 years of age or older except those who qualify for an Eligible Discount ticket, which is approximately 50 percent of the full-fare price.
Ticket Type definitions:
- One-way: Valid 4 hours from time of purchase.
- Day Pass: Valid the date of purchase, unlimited travel within zones indicated.
- Zone Upgrade: Valid 4 hours from time of purchase, one way when accompanying another valid ticket (not valid with 8-ride Ticket).
- 8-ride: Valid 30 days from date of purchase.
- Monthly Pass: Valid month of purchase.
Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants - Oracle Park is easily accessible via Caltrain. The Millbrae CalTrain station is a 2 minute walk from The Dylan Hotel. Exit the back of the hotel, turn left onto California Drive and walk under the overpass. The CalTrain stop is just after the overpass.
Visit the Giants website for more information: www.mlb.com/giants/ballpark/transportation/peninsula-and-south-bay
Visit CalTrain for 2021 Season ride information: www.caltrain.com/riderinfo/specialevents/2021_Giants_Service.html
If taking CalTrain Consider downloading the Clippercard