Welcome to San Francisco
We now have iHome clocks in our rooms. The clocks will allow you to listen to your music from your ipod, iphone, or any smartphone. The units will even charge the ipod and iphone when docked! Stayed tuned for more upgrades coming soon.
The Home and Patio show is on during February 11th – 13th. The event will be held at the San Mateo Event Center and the admission is free!
Way to go SF Giants! The torture continues with the World Series to start in San Francisco!
From all of us at the Millwood Inn & Suites, our thoughts and prayers go out to those affected by the San Bruno gas explosion.
Real Madrid vs. Club America @ Candlestick Park on August 4! Book your tickets now and come stay with us; we’re only 10 minutes away from the park!
The final audition for American Idol’s 10th season will be held in San Francisco on August 19th at the AT&T park.
The Millwood Inn and Suites is the perfect place to stay if you are planning to attend. We are just walking distance from the Cal-Train station which will take you directly to AT&T park, home of the San Francisco giants and the location of the final American idol tryouts for the upcoming season!
San Francisco International Arts Festival will be featuring the performance of Teatr Zar, the resident company of the Grotowsky Institute from Wrolcaw Poland in 2011. If you are planning to attend the performance, make reservations with us as well.
When visiting San Francisco, visit the SF Museum of Modern Art. Now till September, they are exhibiting the art collection of the GAP founders, Doris and Donald Fisher.
June 25 – September 19, 2010
This past February, SFMOMA announced an unprecedented partnership to house and display the collection of Gap founders Doris and Donald Fisher — more than 1,100 works by iconic 20th century artists — in a new museum expansion. Calder to Warhol provides a glimpse into SFMOMA’s future. This sweeping exhibition showcases the quality of the Fisher Collection, much of which has never been seen by the public. The Fishers collected the artists they loved in depth, purchasing extensive groupings of seminal works. The entire top two floors of the museum, including the Rooftop Garden, feature more than 160 paintings, sculptures, photographs, and video works by Alexander Calder, Chuck Close, Anselm Kiefer, Roy Lichtenstein, Agnes Martin, Gerhard Richter, Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol, and many more.