Located in the emerging urban neighborhood of SoMa (South of Market), the Minna Hotel is just a few blocks from the bustling center of downtown San Francisco. Hotel guests enjoy a central location walking distance to the Union Square shopping district, Moscone Convention Center, public transit including BART and Muni, and much more. The Minna Hotel is ideal for budget-minded travelers looking to experience a sense of community in a metropolitan environment. Appealing to students, backpackers, or couples, the Minna Hotel guarantees value in a convenient setting.
Housed in a Victorian style building with high ceilings and classic San Francisco architectural detail, the Minna Hotel provides an authentic experience for all types of travelers. The hotel offers a European-style setup of 73 private guest rooms with shared, but individual showers and restrooms on each floor. All guest bedrooms showcase a minimalist style with simple furnishings including 1 full sized double bed or 2 twin beds which can be converted into 1 full, flat screen TVs, dresser, and large closets. All of our guestrooms are ADA Defined service-animal friendly.
When you travel to San Francisco, you should expect your hotel to provide the services and amenities necessary while away from home - The Minna Hotel at Moscone Center provides the necessities and more. Every morning, enjoy the complimentary continental deluxe breakfast from 7 am - 10 am. The Minna Hotel also provides complimentary Wi-Fi, 24-hour front desk staff, and a communal lounge for travelers to connect and relax.
San Francisco is known for being one of the fastest growing tech hubs as well as one of the most European style cities in the country with a great sense of culture and design. Within walking distance to downtown, Union Square, and public transportation, the Minna Hotel offers a convenient location to experience world-class shopping and the city’s major attractions. The Minna Hotel has compiled a short list of what guests have found to be enjoyable, including the Moscone Convention Center, Westfield Shopping Center, San Francisco City Hall, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Federal Building, Bill Graham Auditorium, Orpheum Theatre, Golden Gate Theatre, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco Cable Cars, Museum of Modern Art, Premier Shopping District, Theater District, Pier 39, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Alcatraz Island.