Hotels in Mission District, San Francisco

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Mission District - San Francisco, CA, United States
Jul 2 — Jul 32
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Cheapest month:June
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Mission District:₱313,683/night
Cheapest price found:₱2,858/night
Cheapest day:Saturday
Most expensive day:Sunday
₱2,871 - ₱14,267
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
₱2,871 - ₱5,043
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Top Rated Mission District, San Francisco hotels

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Inn San Francisco
8.9 Excellent
943 South Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States
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3.6 km from city centre, San Francisco, CA, United States 

Situated close to 16th Street Mission Bart Station, this Victorian bed and breakfast is a convenient base for those wanting to discover San Francisco and its surrounds. It also provides a Jacuzzi, a swimming pool and free Wi-Fi.

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1906 Mission
8.5 Excellent
1906 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA, United States
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2.7 km from city centre, San Francisco, CA, United States 

Nineteen 06 Mission is located in San Francisco and features free wireless internet. It is moments from San Francisco Armory, restaurants and nightlife options.

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Hotel Sunrise
6.5 Good
447 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA, United States
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2.8 km from city centre, San Francisco, CA, United States 

Hotel Sunrise San Francisco is located in San Francisco and provides guests with free Wi-Fi. It is situated in the area's vibrant nightlife district, about a five-minute walk from The LAB and San Francisco Armory.

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Union Hotel
7.2 Good
2030 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA, United States
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2.9 km from city centre, San Francisco, CA, United States 

Situated next to 16th Street Mission Bart Station, Union Hotel is an ideal place to stay while visiting San Francisco. It is set in the area's popular nightlife district, just a short walk from Redstone Building.

Hotel prices in Mission District

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About Mission District

Sprawling across what was originally known as he Mission lands" belonging to the Mission San Francisco de Asis, Mission is now one of the city’s hippest. Rapid gentrification has transformed it from a working-class district into one filled with boutique clothing stores, eclectic cafes and independent music shops.

Dolores Park lies at the heart of Mission, with fantastic views of the San Francisco Bay and skyline from its grassy lawns. The Mediterranean Revival-style Mission High School lies alongside, as does the historic Mission Dolores. Mission Dolores is not only the district’s namesake but also the oldest surviving mission in California and now a heritage-listed museum detailing the local history, while the early-20th century basilica adjacent is also open to the public and worshippers. It was here that the "Mission Burrito" originated and today dozens of taquerías serve up a locally-inspired Mexican cuisine, together with countless street food vendors and Salvadoran, Guatemalan and Nicaraguan restaurants that give the area a unique flavour. Mission serves as a focal point for Latino artistic, musical and cultural movements, with the Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts founded in the 1970s for this purpose, while the annual Carnaval parade takes place here each May. Murals inspired by the traditional Mexican painting style of Diego Riviera adorn many of the walls and apartment buildings throughout the area, initiated by the influential Chicano Art Mural Movement of the 1970s. Studios, galleries and performances spaces have sprung up within this creative and alternative environment, while independent films are screened at San Francisco’s oldest operating theatre, the Roxie.

The Mission District is well served by the BART rail system, with stations on Mission Street at both 16th and 24th streets. Numerous buses also ply the area, or it’s pleasant enough to explore on foot or by bicycle.

Ohlone Native Americans were living in the area that is now the Mission District when Spanish Missionaries arrived in the late 18th century, with Father Francisco Palóu founding the Mission San Francisco de Asis in 1776. Mission was home to the state’s first professional baseball stadium known as Recreation Grounds, the remains of which can still be seen at Garfield Square.

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Facts about staying in Mission District, San Francisco

  • What are the best hotels in Mission District?

    Mission District is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Inn San Francisco, which has a current rating of 8.9. For other potential stays, consider Noe's Nest Bed and Breakfast and 1906 Mission, which can also be great places to stay in Mission District.

  • What is a good hotel near Union Square?

    Taj Campton Place is a good hotel close to Union Square - it has scored 8.6 over 231 reviews from HotelsCombined users.

  • What is a good hotel in Mission District near Fisherman's Wharf?

    Comfort Inn By the Bay is the most recommended hotel near Fisherman's Wharf on HotelsCombined (scoring 7.8 over 1,765 reviews).

  • Is there a good hotel near Moscone Center?

    If you’re planning to stay near Moscone Center, you should consider Taj Campton Place, which has a score of 8.6 from 231 reviews.