Hotels near Hillcrest
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
Just north of downtown and Balboa Park, you'll find the largest selection of of dining options in the area, often al fresco. Hillcrest is the center of San Diego's LGBT scene, with nightclubs, eateries, inviting coffee houses, and indie boutiques. It's hip and walkable, which is important because parking can be scarce. An arthouse multi-screen cinema crowns a mixed-use complex on 5th. Hillcrest boasts the first street to be named in honor of Harvey Milk, the San Francisco gay rights pioneer.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Hillcrest

Motel 6 San Diego Mission Valley East
Motel 6 San Diego Mission Valley East
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3.4
619 reviews
4380 Alvarado Canyon Road, San Diego
from $60
California Suites Hotel
California Suites Hotel
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3.1
1242 reviews
5415 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego
from $64
Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa
Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa
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3.5
1023 reviews
1775 E Mission Bay Dr, San Diego
from $160
Surfer Beach Hotel
Surfer Beach Hotel
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3.3
912 reviews
711 Pacific Beach Drive, San Diego
from $138
Kona Kai Resort & Marina - A Noble House Hotel
Kona Kai Resort & Marina - A Noble House Hotel
1551 Shelter Island Drive, San Diego
from $269
500 West Hotel San Diego Downtown
500 West Hotel San Diego Downtown
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2.8
1617 reviews
500 W Broadway, San Diego
from $49
Hotel Indigo Gaslamp Quarter
Hotel Indigo Gaslamp Quarter
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4.1
2160 reviews
509 9th Ave, San Diego
from $99
San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina
San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina
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4.0
3110 reviews
333 W Harbor Dr, San Diego
from $169
Holiday Inn Express San Diego Airport - Old Town
from $98
The Sofia Hotel
The Sofia Hotel
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3.8
2672 reviews
150 W Broadway, San Diego
from $149
More About Hotels near Hillcrest...

Just north of downtown and Balboa Park, you'll find the largest selection of of dining options in the area, often al fresco. Hillcrest is the center of San Diego's LGBT scene, with nightclubs, eateries, inviting coffee houses, and indie boutiques. It's hip and walkable, which is important because parking can be scarce. An arthouse multi-screen cinema crowns a mixed-use complex on 5th. Hillcrest boasts the first street to be named in honor of Harvey Milk, the San Francisco gay rights pioneer.

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