About San Mateo - California Hotels
covers an area of 16 square miles, at an elevation
of 43 feet and has
a mild Mediterranean climate.
It is located in San Mateo County, between Belmont,
Foster City and Burlingame. San Mateo
was first inhabited by the Ohlone Indians, who
founded a large village along the
Laurel Creek. In 1776, the Spanish set up a camp
in the same place which would later become San Mateo; it was later replaced by two great
ranchos, Rancho de Las Pulgas and Rancho San Mateo.
Nowadays, San Mateo is not only a great place to live
in, as the over 92 000 residents could confirm, but
also a perfect location for business and tourism.
San Mateo’s most famous natural
attraction is the
Coyote Point Park,
where you can also visit the
and the Peninsula Humane Society.
San Mateo Hotels
also invites you to check out the
Bay Meadows Racecourse, the
Mountain State Park and the Ano
Nuevo State Reserve.