about history genre

Nestled between Union Square's world class shopping area and Moscone Convention Center the hotel is ideally situated at Fourth and Market streets in the heart of downtown San Francisco and is in within walking distance to some of the City's most famed attractions.

  • ATT Park
  • Bart/Cable Car Turn
  • Chinatown
  • Financial District
  • SF Moma and 11 other museums
  • Yerba Buena

Opened in 1913 as the Keystone Hotel, this historic property has offered a delightful experience for Bay Area visitors for almost 100 years!

In 1981, Charles W. Mosser purchased the hotel and after a multi-million dollar renovation in 2003, he renamed it The Mosser.

Like San Francisco, The Mosser offers a unique, care free culture mixed with the splendor of yester-year. This is apparent in the fusion of Victorian architecture mixed with modern interior design.

The Mosser family is a strong supporter of the reforestation of the rain forests, literacy, and various educational projects. The Mosser family donates a portion of hotel proceeds to these charitable efforts.

Our Mission

To simply associate the identity and style of a hotel or travel service with the identity and style of the traveler. We use the strength and ideas of our membership to spread the word, thus reaching a more global community of traveler – a new kind of viral marketing tailored to the hospitality industry.

Our Goal

Because the way we do business has changed, you can't stand alone on your own mountain top hoping to be successful. Through the power of our hotel and travel service members located across the U.S. and abroad, genre hotels has and will be uniting its membership to become a force in the travel industry.

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