Hotels near Hillcrest
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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

Comfort Inn & Suites San Diego - Zoo SeaWorld Area
Comfort Inn & Suites San Diego - Zoo SeaWorld Area
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3.6
1456 reviews
2485 Hotel Circle Place, San Diego
from $89
Westgate Hotel
Westgate Hotel
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4.1
1453 reviews
1055 Second Ave, San Diego
from $169
Andaz San Diego
Andaz San Diego
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3.7
931 reviews
600 F St, San Diego
from $189
Hilton San Diego Bayfront
Hilton San Diego Bayfront
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3.8
5051 reviews
1 Park Blvd, San Diego
from $159
Holiday Inn Express San Diego Airport - Old Town
from $85
Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Mission Valley
Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Mission Valley
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3.8
856 reviews
595 Hotel Circle South, San Diego
from $135
Best Western Plus Island Palms Hotel & Marina
Best Western Plus Island Palms Hotel & Marina
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4.2
2702 reviews
2051 Shelter Island Dr, San Diego
from $139
Motel 6 San Diego Mission Valley East
Motel 6 San Diego Mission Valley East
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3.5
626 reviews
4380 Alvarado Canyon Road, San Diego
from $55
Keating Hotel
Keating Hotel
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3.8
528 reviews
432 F St, San Diego
from $169
DoubleTree by Hilton San Diego Downtown
DoubleTree by Hilton San Diego Downtown
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3.5
825 reviews
1646 Front St, San Diego
from $103
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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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