Hotel Tropica

663 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

Min. stay
32 days

Max. stay

Rooms

Twin with shared bathroom
1 Guest Twin Bed Shared Bathroom
Available now $2,000 / Mo

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Full with private bathroom
2 Guests Full Bed Private Bathroom
Available now $2,400 / Mo

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Full&twin with private bathroom
2 Guests Full Bed Private Bathroom
Available now $2,600 / Mo

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Two full beds w/private bathroom
2 Guests Full Bed Private Bathroom
Available now $2,800 / Mo

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Amenities

  • Wi-Fi
  • Weekly housekeeping
  • Shared kitchen
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Laundry facility
  • Public parking
  • Fitness center
  • Complimentary breakfast

Rules

The Hotel Tropica is located on the central Valencia St. corridor in the heart of the Mission District. The hotel features 40 guestrooms with private baths. Stroll along the Mission’s wide avenues and you’ll be struck by the profusion of taquerias, pupuserias, produce markets, Salvadoran bakeries, salon de bellezas (beauty salons), auto-repair shops and check-cashing centers that post rates for wiring money to Guatemala and Nicaragua — all evidence of the Central American and Mexican families that have been settling the Mission en masse since the 1950s. You’ll also notice plenty of cafés, thrift shops and used-book stores that cater to the college grads, artists, activists and other alternate-types that come to the Mission. Whether you’re looking to take in the newer, locally-owned stores and cafes or get a taste of the neighborhood’s history and Latin culture, the area is crawling with things to see and do. We’ve broken it down into four areas. While the flavor of the neighborhood changes subtly from block to block, bear in mind that these areas are contiguous and you can easily walk from one to the other. Generally speaking, the 24th Street area is the culturally rich heart of the Mission, the stretch from Dolores Street through to Valencia Street is young and upscale, the area around 16th and Valencia streets hops with nightlife and the industrial area near Bryant Street has some hip, trendy restaurants. – San Francisco Chronicle

  • Smoking
  • Suitable for pets
  • Suitable for infants
  • Parties or events
  • Suitable for children

Mission District

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