The Mission Inn in Riverside, California is considered one of the largest Mission Revival Architecture style buildings in the US. It also contains elements of other architecture styles.
The hotel was started as the Glenwood Hotel in 1876 by civil engineer Christopher Columbus Miller. In 1902, Miller's son Frank Augustus Miller changed the name of the place to the Mission Inn Hotel and kept adding to it up until his death in 1935.
it is a magnificent hotel and has some nice restaurants inside.