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5 star

4.8/5Outstanding41 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.08km from downtown
stayed at the location because it is adjacent to the convention center, where I had to attend a meeting. I arrived at 6pm & there 5 people in line ahead of me to checkin. Initially only 2 staff (surprising given size of property), but after a while, a 3rd person came. My time in line was 20 minutes, more than the time I had to wait for luggage at airport or taxi ride to location. Once 3rd person arrived (manager), line moved quickly. Room was clean, nice view of the bay. Toilet has water saving capacity, but I was surprised that the room did not have the blue Marriott recycle trash bin. I did like the night light in the bathroom- didn't have to use my laptop powercord light. I was there on weekend, so M club closed. They give you a $15.00 credit, but the only on site sit down restaurant was buffet only- $32.00- so breakfast would still cost $17.00. You can use credit at Starbucks, but that only gets you oatmeal & coffee. They should do better on weekends. Check out was easy. Again, only 5-10 minute walk from convention center.
FromS$399
4.5/5Excellent31 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.69km from downtown
My fiancé and I stayed at the Pendry this past weekend, and I cannot say enough nice things about this property. It’s obviously gorgeous and in such a fun, lively location, but the service was the true standout. Everyone from the front desk to the bellmen to the bartenders was so courteous, personable, and engaging. I highly recommend getting a drink or two at Fifth and Rose. Incredibly talented bartenders and delicious cocktails. We only spent a few days at the Pendry, but even in that short time it was apparent how special this property is.
FromS$438
5/5Perfect35 Reviews
Carmel Valley San Diego
Disappointing long weekend stay with child. I chose this hotel as it was rated number one in the area for families. This is NOT a kid friendly resort on par with say, Four Seasons brand. My 5 year old and I had a 2 HOUR breakfast Monday morning without so much as an apology. 2 HOURS! Our food took 45 minutes (pancake and omelette, which came out cold and without our full order) and our bill took literally an hour and multiple requests. I was continuously charged for my son's meals, which were supposed to be included with mine due to his age, and gave up correcting them because of time constraints and the rudeness of staff when I did. Room service was slow and the food of amusement park quality. The beet salad is one beet sliced. I asked when I ordered if it was a meal size portion and was told emphatically "yes"...it's ONE BEET!! One evening I put the room service cart in the hallway (huge personal pet peeve) because it had been 2.5 hours since I called for it to be taken and my son needed to go to bed. My room wasn't cleaned to standard on two separate occasions (left dirty coffee cups, didn't replace waters), to which I notified the lobby with no apology/corrective actions. The front desk person simply gave me a blank stare and said "OK....?" with her tone implying, "What do you want me to do about it?" The pool area was incredibly dirty with used cups and glasses left laying around. Service was incredibly slow and orders incorrect, but a correction would take 45-60 minutes, so you're left just accepting subpar service and meals at 5 star prices. I ordered my son a virgin pina colada that was not drinkable. How do you mess up a pina colada when it doesn't even contain alcohol? The room was dated and the carpet was stained, though spacious. There are no children's TV channels, you are left only with the option of paying extra for access to those channels, which seems super anti kid friendly. I was told there was an onsite parking option when I called prior to booking, only to be told upon arrival that they only offered valet!! Grounds, aside from pool messes, are nice. Lobby staff was friendly, valet was just about as rude as it gets, and restaurant staff was hit or miss. As a frequent traveler or 5 star resorts, I'd say this entirely misses the mark. It was a toss up between staying here and the Park Hyatt in Carlsbad and I wholeheartedly regret my decision.
FromS$432
4.7/5Outstanding43 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.39km from downtown
Hotel facilities generally do not have a bowling alley, the rooftop swimming pool has a very small water level of only about 1.1 meters, and there is no constant temperature outdoors. The gym is also very small and does not have many fitness equipment. The hotel’s guest rooms have panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows, with very good lighting and vision, but the biggest drawback is that they are not breathable and can only rely on the room’s air conditioning. And the hotel does not provide drinking water, all drinking water needs to be purchased by yourself. There are few restaurants near the hotel and there are not many places to choose from.
FromS$480
4.6/5Outstanding44 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.94km from downtown
Wanted to take a moment to thank Marriott/Westin for Paul the bartender in the lobby bar. We had a brief Happy Hour visit with this affable pro. Very engaging. The next evening, I stopped by for a night cap and said "hi" even though I sat in the lounge. We shook hands and he said, "Mark, how are you?" I was blown away he recalled my name after such a brief encounter the night before. As he was walking away, he turned and said, "Where's Tia?" my colleague from the day before. Wow! Later, I told him, "Listen, even if I stay at another hotel in San Diego, I will come back and say "hi". I meant it. One final thought: While we were having our happy hour drink the day before, he said, "Hey, see that?" And he looked toward the lobby We turned and two young kids were running around playing. Paul said: "I miss that. Seeing kids running around being kids makes me believe we're coming back, getting back to normal." Spot on. Westin/Marriott...you're lucky to have Paul. Treat him right. He's a good man and a credit to your hotel and company.
FromS$334
4.5/5Excellent91 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.25km from downtown
I can see the Coronado Bridge room at Ctrip. However, because the room was booked in the domestic software, it was the most marginal room. I stayed for 2 consecutive nights. There is a dock at the downstairs that has been unloading. Figure 4 is the view of the room. The most unpleasant thing is that all the evaluations said that there was no resort fee. As a result, I was forced to deduct 35 yuan per day, and the daily parking fee was 35 yuan. 2 night room is only 1200 yuan, vacation and parking fees are 1100 yuan, everyone, please keep your eyes open before you go, spend money on lessons
FromS$382
4.1/5Very Good33 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.27km from downtown
I contacted the hotel chain with the following message enumerating a number of complaints and issues I had during my stay two months ago. They assured me the hotel would contact me directly within 48 hours. When that didn't happen, they assured me the hotel would contact me "shortly". This was over a week ago and now in addition to the hotel never contacting me, IHG Guest Relations ( hi-guestrelations@ihg.com )has stopped responding as well. This is the worst customer service I have ever experienced. Email: I submitted all of this information through an online form through the website and never received a response. Since it has been a month and a half since the stay, I may be forgetting some of the issues, but these are some we encountered: We waited at the check-in for 10 minutes with no one in front of us in line while the front desk staff person worked on the computer. He didn't greet us or say he'll be with us in a minute. Once we checked in, he asked how many room keys we wanted. I replied two, and he asked "Is one okay because I only prepared one". He then asked a coworker over the radio to check that our room was indeed ready. We stood there waiting for another 10 minutes before the coworker came out of the back room behind the front desk, having completely forgotten he was supposed to check on our room. The hotel had a cool feature where you could text the front desk staff if you needed anything in the room. We asked for a number of things - coffee, tea and maker, hair dryer and curler, towels, lip balm, shampoo, conditioner. Some items we never received, others we had to request again before they were delivered late at night and after we needed them (such as the curling iron before dinner). These were all items posted on the "Forgot It? We've Got It" placard in the bathroom in the room so they were things the hotel guaranteed and not unreasonable requests. The outlet at the desk did not work. I informed the front desk about this and nothing was done. I was unable to get work done on my computer. The coffee maker was on the desk but we had to plug it in somewhere else and make coffee on the floor. The front desk staff told us the pool was heated to 82 degrees. It definitely was not. I couldn't stay in for more than a minute because it was so cold so this was a big waste of time. Everytime we left the room, our room key did not work so we repeatedly had to go down to the front desk to get a new one. I was careful to not put the key anywhere near my cell phone either. I made the reservation through my account on the app and it was our honeymoon, so I selected 'Honeymoon' for the reason for the stay. Is there a point to this feature? There was no acknowledgement from the front desk staff or anything else done by the hotel in this regard. One or two of these issues happen from time to time and are understandable. All of these issues combined made for an extremely disappointing stay, especially on our honeymoon.
FromS$481
5/5Perfect32 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.78km from downtown
Our trip from MA to San Diego didn't start well as our AAA travel agent made terrible mistakes with booking and they couldn't find us in the system, still they provided us room and service until the issue is resolved. for 9 days, we got to know knowledgably and courteous Mr. Jeffrey Burg, General Manager, the polite Valet guys, the staff at the reception Justine, Vanessa, Marcel...Extremely friendly, helpful, dedicated... to got to know them by name! The room/ beds/ pillows were very comfortable and clean. They even provided us with a little fridge and microwave upon request because of the length of our stay. not to mention that the hotel in in the center of the Gaslamp Quarter, everything was in a walking distance! All in all, it was a great memorable experience, thank you all.
FromS$330
4.6/5Outstanding57 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.23km from downtown
The most front-line sea view in San Diego is better than the location of Marriott and Hilton behind. Adding money to upgrade high-rise sea view rooms is really good. Recently, the hotel has promoted a free harbor tour during the New Year. This is worth $ 28. There is also a layer of beer bar. A glass of craft beer is free, and it costs 10 knives. There is also a free shoe shine, and a free bicycle rental is simply too good. Parking at 35 a night is still very cost-effective, and parking around is not cheap. The location is very good, the scenery is also great, and there is a lot to eat around. It is less than ten minutes walk to Midway Island.
FromS$371
4.9/5Perfect33 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.92km from downtown
For a tourist visiting San Diego you couldn't ask for a better located hotel. It is walking distance from the Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy and the waterfront including the USS Midway museum. Better still, it's all flat. Parking is super convenient - diagonally opposite the hotel is a large open-air parking lot and on-street parking that is free after 6pm and on Sundays. No need to pay for the expensive hotel car parking. The hotel is functional and modern. In the common areas of the hotel it is fresh and contemporary. The rooms themselves are in a classical-type style so despite being new the decor doesn't have the same fresh feel with a lot of dark timbers. The hotel gym is above average including free-weights which was appreciated. We used the gym each day we were here and it was sufficient for a three-night stay. There is no pool. The rooftop restaurant was pleasant but we felt quite expensive for what it is. That's no big deal with so many other options in close proximity.
FromS$293

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4.4/5Excellent42 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.52km from downtown
The Hotel Indigo Gaslamp is located on the eastern edge of the Gaslamp District. It’s only a few blocks away from the hubbub on 5th Avenue while also being just removed enough to avoid the late-night club and bar noise over there. The property is also just a few blocks north of the Padres’s baseball stadium. I had a fabulous time drinking cocktails on the rooftop deck while peering into the stadium. The front desk staff was friendly and helpful (especially a gentleman named David, if I remember correctly), and the property itself is in good shape for a hotel in a popular big-city neighborhood. My room was on the 6th floor facing west, and the view was wonderful. Those who are unfamiliar with San Diego should know that the Gaslamp District has a visible and disheartening concentration of homelessness. As a city dweller myself, I am unfortunately accustomed to such sights and didn’t feel unsafe. But it is something to be aware of before reserving a room anywhere in the Gaslamp District. Another heads-up: Traffic around the hotel is a nightmare before and after Padres games. You’ll definitely need to plan any car travel (e.g., to and from the airport) accordingly. Check out The Broken Yolk for breakfast and Lotus Thai for cheap yet tasty Thai food. I’ll definitely consider staying here again during future trips to San Diego.
FromS$330
4.9/5Perfect35 Reviews
Mission Valley San Diego|5.4km from downtown
Terrible experience. Hotel and grounds were nicely kept but the staff working here is unbelievably rude. The bartenders were upset they had to work. We went downstairs for a drink, the bartenders would NOT make eye contact and kept ignoring us. If I pay $20 for a glass of wine, I expect to be treated nicely by the staff at the bare minimum. It’s not that hard. The front desk doesn’t answer the phone. They have many conferences here and don’t have adequate staffing for it all. We also ordered room service for coffee and they only brought one. If I’m gonna pay $20 for 2 coffees I expect to get at least both. I went down there to ask and the reason they didn’t send up coffee #2 is because they ran out of ingredients (but still charged us). It would have been nice to get a phone call or maybe not getting charged for a coffee I didn’t get. Next time, I’ll bring my own food, own bbq, own drinks so I don’t have to ask the staff for anything - since they clearly can’t handle it.
FromS$233
5/5Perfect31 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.89km from downtown
The reason for the 2 stars is because the Staff was incredible. They were all very courteous, helpful, and amazing. That is about all that was great about this once nostalgic great hotel. The Room - we upgraded to a suite and thought it would be amazing. The layout was great, but the interior is needing some help. We had water damage in the ceiling that was noticeable, the vanity had water damage and the wood was warping, cracked, and run down. The carpet looks like the same carpet from when we stayed 10 years ago and was dirty. The bed was not comfortable at all. The Pool - great layout and setup, I just wish they had let us know when booking about all of the extra expenses that were needed to enter the pool on Saturday only. You need a ticket to get in the pool. You then are not able to go back to your room and come back to the pool unless you pay another entrance fee. Don't think about using a couch or daybed near the pool, those run from $500-$800 for the day. You get to sit at the dirty, bird dropping couches over by the fire pits no where near the pool. They did make the atmosphere fun with a DJ, corn hole, taco bar etc., and they let quite a few people that aren't staying at the hotel in, but they do not manage paying hotel guests very well in this environment. They need to come up with a better system. I'll end on a positive note, the Staff was amazing. All areas of the staff. Valet, Bellman, Concierge, Front Desk, Pool Bar, etc. Everyone we encountered was polite, kind, and really helpful. That is one thing they did right in training their team. Overall, I wish the stay had been similar to our visit 10 years ago. The hotel needs some updating and needs to update how they treat hotel guests on a Saturday with their other revenue stream for the pool.
FromS$536
3.5/545 Reviews
Mission Valley San Diego|5.1km from downtown
We originally booked for one day, and then added another day. The reason is good! The address is good, and it is very convenient to go anywhere. The water in the pool is warm, and the Qiaokou House is particularly beautiful! So I recommend!
FromS$126
4.6/5Outstanding39 Reviews
Mission Valley San Diego|6.54km from downtown
This is a very nice hotel to stay at. It is in a great location with easy access to the freeway. The staff are all so helpful and pleasant to deal with. We were given room 239. It did not face the freeway so it was a nice quiet room. I really like the setup of the room. There is a separate sitting area with a nice comfortable sofa and a really great work station that you allows you to set up your computer and papers. The lighting in the area was great and it was just like working during the day. I also liked the lighting over the beds as it was nice and bright. They also had a couple of reading lights on each side of the bed for those who like to read in bed at night without a bright light disturbing the sleep of their travel companion. The selection of TV channels is somewhat limited but they do provide access to Netflix and youtube. The bed was comfortable but we found the pillows way too soft. The laundry room only had 1 washer and 1 dryer working during the time we were staying there. We had no problem using the laundry facilities but it does seem the 1 washer and 1 dryer is not adequate for a hotel of this size. My husband did enjoy using the pool. Breakfast was uninspired. The hot food was not good and there were no muffins or pastries available. Waffles were premade and wrapped in plastic. For three of the nights of our stay there was an issue because the hotel had a group of young hockey players staying at the hotel. The first evening they were there they played hockey in the area near the elevator and almost right outside our room. We ignored it the first night. They stopped at 10:00. On the second night they started at 8:00 and they were more rowdy than the 1st night. This time adults were sitting on the floor and the group extended down the hall with adults talking loudly as well. They were lined all down the hallway and they had brought in food and seemed settled in for the evening. We called the front desk twice but if they did anything it did not help as the partying continued until 10:30. On the third day the group started playing and carrying on at 5:00. I said to my husband that I would not put up with it anymore and said that we had to speak to the manager and not to someone who was unable to take the necessary action. We discussed the situation with Edgar and fortunately for us he was able to put a top to the rowdiness. We enjoyed a peaceful evening in our suite. We enjoyed our stay and would stay again. The staff here are amazing.
FromS$247
4.4/5Excellent35 Reviews
Mission Valley San Diego|6.79km from downtown
We are Marriott loyalist and were very happy with our stay here. First rate operation. To be fair, our impressions are based on Bonvoy Titanium status (freebies) which may bring out the best in the place. Highlights: - Extremely friendly and service oriented staff throughout--front desk, DEN restaurant, housekeeping. - Modern (remodeled) rooms. Exceptionally clean. - Daily housekeeping without asking! - Very nice public spaces, including the pool area. Something of a resort oasis in the urban area of Mission Valley. - A very convenient location. 5-20 minutes to everywhere. So very possible to stay here, have dinner at any of the tourist places, and be back quickly. A significant cost savings over downtown. (There are also lots of breweries about 5-7 minutes away). Other notes: - The only pre-COVID amenity not functioning is the "M Lounge" is not open. That said, status members are offered a free breakfast buffet daily (otherwise $22/pp) in the DEN restaurant. The staff at breakfast is particularly friendly and accommodating. - Modest upgrade from a "city view" to "pool view" for the stay. Was appreciated. There appeared to be a suite on the top floor, yet not sure how many floors may have one/what the quantity of potential suite upgrade rooms might be. - 2 of 3 elevators in service. For much of our stay, occupancy was fairly low, so didn't much matter. On the couple peak days (a convention arrived) not having the third elevator became a minor nuisance. - Plenty of parking (has a garage). Could debate the separate parking charge, yet appeared the norm in Mission Valley and hotel is transparent about it. There is some street parking and office parks nearby if one truly objects. Very happy with our stay and unequivocally recommended as a very nice place to stay in San Diego.
FromS$247
5/5Perfect31 Reviews
Sorrento Valley / Mira Mesa San Diego
The hotel staff was very friendly. The hotel seemed to be quite busy with it being sold out but they were very nice. Carrol on the breakfast crew was so nice and helpful. She made my little ones day with her kindness. Esteban was very helpful on the checkin and super awesome. The rooms have kitchens and with the one bedroom options allows for families or bigger groups to be in two separate rooms. All around a great experience with the staff and team there.
FromS$261
4.8/5Outstanding33 Reviews
San Diego Intl. Airport San Diego|6.76km from downtown
My husband and I have stayed at this hotel several times as we can walk on Shelter Island, go to great seafood places ( Mitch's and Point Loma Seafood) as well as a great happy hour menu/drinks at Miguels down the street. All of these points of interest are within walking distance. Oh, there are plenty of coffee shops near by as well and it is close to the airport.
FromS$174
5/5Perfect31 Reviews
San Diego
I stayed here for 3 days last month during a trip to visit cousins. This is the second time I've stayed here, the last trip about four years ago. The rooms are still lovely and very clean. The bed is very comfortalble and the bathroom is great also. Since covid, though, rooms are not cleaned on a daily basis, though the maids will change towels and clean more frequently, if asked. The biggest change is the lack of any sort of breakfast. Whereas, in the past, there was a buffet breakfast in a nice setting, now there is nothing, not even a coffee or hot water urn. There are signs about covid protocols ... but there is a restaurant open nightly on the first floor, so, apparently, those protocols do not apply at dinnertime. [Even my far less costly La Quinta at the SF airport had a pared down free breakfast.] Granted that there are nearby coffee shops, I got the feeling that the hotel was using covid as an excuse to cheap out. Aside from this, I was very happy with me stay at the Empress. The hotel staff are friendly and helpful and the hotel is very clean and the location is excellent, right in the heart of La Jolla village. I still highly recommend it.
FromS$315
3.4/535 Reviews
Sorrento Valley / Mira Mesa San Diego
We have stayed as a family at many hotels in San Diego (we are from Arizona) I don’t usually leave a review but this hotel is awesome! The staff is friendly! And the free breakfast was great for the kiddies ! Waffle machine buffet with sprinkles and chocolate syrup, the kids will def love this, Need I say more? I don’t know why other people have left bad reviews because we had a great stay. The breakfast is freee! And it’s not a fancy 5 star but the breakfast staff do their best to make it look amazing and keep bringing in fresh food. And the coffee was great. There is a pool, jacuzzi, mini golf and the front office staff is AWESOME. From night shift to day shift. We stayed in the executive suite and I HIGHLY recommend if you have a big family to get it. It has a beautiful kitchen, big fridge with all the necessities needed. We have three small children so this came in handy. And another advantage of this hotel is the LOCATION! Everything you could need while traveling is nearby. Honestly the only negative thing is the parking it’s small and packed but the staff and stay overcome the negatives. And please REMEMBER you have to call and ask for housekeeping, they make this clear when you are checking in, this is a post Covid era, be understanding and empathetic when staying at a hotel. Some people are so demanding it’s disgusting we are the same species sometimes. To ALL the staff at this hotel THANK YOU for welcoming us and everything you do to keep this place running. God Bless you all.
FromS$237

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Breakfast

5/5Perfect31 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.64km from downtown
There is only one restaurant in the hotel, which serves an American à la carte breakfast. The hotel location is good, in the middle of the gas lamp area, there are many restaurants around, suitable for food. 3 minutes walk to the tram stop. Hotel facilities are not new, but in the United States hotels are pretty good, the old five-star standard in China. The service was great.
FromS$327
4.8/5Outstanding38 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.46km from downtown
My company and I stayed at the Westgate hotel in San Diego for three days and from beginning to end the service was exceptionally great! Sarah at the front desk is beyond amazing! She went above and beyond to ensure that my entire crew was taken care of, checked in properly, and insured that we were comfortable and had a great stay. Sarah even helped us with finding places to go for dinners and tourist places in San Diego. The hotel is very clean and has a royalty vibe! And I would definitely stay here again especially because of Sarah!
FromS$346
4.5/5Excellent45 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|8.6km from downtown
Overall, the price is very satisfactory, the room is very comfortable and has a balcony. The address of the hotel is very close to the Sea World. It is a little far from the Midway Museum and Balboa Park and the Old Town. The hotel is fully equipped and the swimming pool is not too Big, the parking fee is 40 dollars a night, but the front desk lady is very good to give me a free, behind the hotel is Mission Bay, after dinner can choose to take a walk in Mission Bay, very comfortable, there are many bicycles, leather The entertainment project of rowing boat rental is also very good and very satisfactory.
FromS$440
4.9/5Perfect35 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.22km from downtown
The hotel and staff were fantastic, don't listen to all the negative hype. This is a historical building. It's not cookie cutter and brand new. It's got great character! My flight was delayed due to hurricane Ida. We checked in at 3:30am and we encountered the wonderful SAL!! He was pleasant and helpful. I wanted to change my room and he was so accommodating and honest. But really, all the staff I encountered in 5 days there were fantastic! They had helpful info about the city, restaurants and sights we had to see without breaking the bank. My room was on the 12th floor. I got a city view and 2 queen beds. My room was huge! The bathroom was brand new but was refinished nicely. My refrigerator didn't work which I notice until the next day. They had a new fridge in my room in 10 mins. And I mean new; out of a box with Styrofoam. I also wiped down my whole room due to covid. It's my test. All my Lysol wipes came back clean when I looked at them. No dust or dirt. When I left, my suitcase felt a bit heavy from my souvenirs. The staff literally found a luggage scale and new batteries to weigh my bag!! Seriously, who does that? So yes, I gave this place five stars. It deserves it! And if you have time, try to visit the vault. I was here for a wedding and the rehearsal was in the banquet room and the vault. It was amazing to see the history!
FromS$284
4.4/5Excellent53 Reviews
San Diego Intl. Airport San Diego|6.54km from downtown
American breakfast is nothing to eat, the room is small, we are twin rooms, there is no space for extra beds, but the bed is full, with two children no problem. The entrance to the room is the marina, which is no more than 5 meters apart. It is convenient to park from the lobby to your own row. On the other side of the hotel, crossing the road is the port, just to see a destroyer leaving the port, and two sea stallion helicopters flying over, many people are fishing. The hotel has two swimming pools with a matching spa pool. A big one is deep and small is suitable for children to play.
FromS$233
4.6/5Outstanding33 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.01km from downtown
My husband and I just returned from an eight day stay at Carte and we enjoyed every minute! Even before we arrived the staff was helpful as I utilized the Hilton Honors app to chat questions to the concierge. Rachel assisted me with several suggestions for activities and local shopping. Carla and Jordan helped us get situated upon arrival and Isabel shared several local hot spots for meals and desserts. The room was clean, comfortable, and the bathroom had great lighting and counter space. The beds have a pillow top, so if you prefer a firm mattress know this will be a softer experience, but we slept quite well during our stay. We loved having breakfast at Watercolors, one of the hotel restaurants. We enjoyed several servers but Summer, Marang, Tricia, and Reggie gave exceptional service. The meals were wonderful and I appreciated the option for gluten free toast! We didn’t get to swim in the pool (a bit too chilly on the days we spent closer to the hotel) but the vibe was peaceful. I curled up on a lounge chair with a towel and my book a couple of times! The FIT gym was amazing! My husband enjoyed having access and I used the sauna which was quite nice. Carte is perfectly located to walk to several restaurants and sights downtown and very close to Balboa Park and the San Diego Zoo. The hotel has a modern vibe and is lovely, but the fantastic staff really made our time there special. We had an enjoyable stay and highly recommend Carte!
FromS$323
4.6/5Outstanding49 Reviews
Mission Valley San Diego|5.4km from downtown
Opposite the hotel is Best Buy, Messi's home store, super cost-effective for self-driving. There is a Starbucks in the hotel lobby. It's not far away, there is a gas station in front of the hotel. The parking fee is said to be expensive. We parked directly at the gas station entrance, as long as it is not on the red line, many cars are parked overnight.
FromS$215
4.4/5Excellent51 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.51km from downtown
Has a heated pool, two separate enclosed gym areas, an incredible lobby, business / commerce meeting rooms, three separate towers to the entire hotel. The parking was the only difficult area, but the location made up for all of it, beachfront view, beautiful cityscape, and seascape areas. Best to walk around, or ride a city scooter, and enjoy the dense cultural area. Plenty of four star rated restaurants, in addition to many cheaper areas to eat, plus hole in the wall food areas that are top-notch in my opinion. And the rate per night was astounding for the quality you get and the service you get, plus the free amenities like I said. I would highly recommend this for couples, business travelers, solo travelers, friends, and it is very family welcome and oriented.
FromS$275
4.4/5Excellent43 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.31km from downtown
First off, a huge thank you and all my respect to Marcus, a manager at front desk, whose experience, professionalism, and understanding helped salvage what was left of our problematic stay. Something tells me that if Marcus were to take over operations at this location, reviews like this one (two-star) would be 5-star in the near future. To summarize, this Embassy Suites tries to be something they aren’t. They are not classy. They are not up to par. It’s not a good experience. SURE, the pictures look amazing. But looks can be deceiving; we all know that by now. Water pressure – Absolutely abysmal. Low pressure + lowest GPM showerhead I’ve ever seen in my life = a handful of water comes out over the course of your entire shower. This should be called a “wet” or a “drip” and not a “shower.” Ridiculous! HVAC – The air conditioner was running non-stop, yet the room temperature never got to a cool temperature. Stayed stuffy and warm. Hotel policies & procedures & management – After my wife explicitly (in writing—they communicate with you via text messaging about how your stay is going and if you need anything, etc.) requested management that nobody is to enter our room while we were out for the day, we returned to find a huge pile of wet and dirty RAGS on the countertop, literally touching my wife’s hairbrush & flatiron. Disgusting. And who was there? And why? Management – I spoke several times to the manager on duty named Melissa. She was unprofessional and rude to me. No idea of how to be pleasant while addressing a situation. Definitely not the right fit for a higher-end organization such as Hilton. Bad attitude. Long story short (I’ll spare you all the details, as she is not the central focus of this review), we wasted lots of time dealing with her and getting nowhere. I even made a special call to her to propose a solution and both of us (customer and hotel) move forward. She was snappy and rude and ended up slamming the phone down on me. Again, unprofessional. The next morning, it was Marcus who was on duty and had a 180 degree opposite approach. He is professional, experienced, and knows how to interact with customers. A real asset for the company, I would say. Breakfast – was just OK. It looked like a huge spread, but most of the bar is condiments, so at the end of the day it’s a modest breakfast of eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, bagels, fruit, a few other things here and there (cereal, etc.)… in short, the “basic breakfast” of any hotel. Not bad, but nothing to write home about. SUMMARY – At $300 a night for the nights we were there, this hotel is in no way worth this cost. Even at a significantly lower cost, we would not stay here again.
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4.2/5Very Good31 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.24km from downtown
The unit was clean and very well maintained. Enjoyed the top patio and view. All staff were very helpful and showed me how to get to the primary sights in town. Took several trips to walking trails including Balboa Park, Seaport, and Torrey Pines. Gaslamp Plaza Suites was centrally located near many fine restaurants. Would definitely return.
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Family friendly

4.7/5Outstanding35 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.49km from downtown
The location is great, in the gaslamp quarter. About half an hour walk from the famous Balboa Park. It is not too far from the port of San Diego. Many bars and restaurants downstairs. Good is very convenient, and bad is very noisy at night. The choice for nightlife is right here. The music downstairs is a lot of Latin and there are street bands. Okay. The staff were very welcoming. Will organize a city tour. Breakfast is average, no milk. The decoration is very unique, the patio is very warm, but unfortunately there is no time to enjoy. Washing clothes one dollar at a time, drying one dollar. Would consider here if I return.
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3.5/550 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.36km from downtown
It's still a very recommended hotel. The valet front desk and waiter have a good attitude, but Ctrip said that it is with breakfast, but in fact the hotel only packs 16 yuan, and 16 yuan can't order anything in it, and there are very few choices of dishes. I stayed for three years. Two people have tasted 6 kinds of them every day, and they are not good. If the waiter asks you for coffee or orange juice, if you don’t want to drink it, don’t ask for it, because it is charged, and a cup is 7 yuan. There is a Starbucks in the hotel that can be bought directly. The key restaurant The service attitude of the black woman at the door was extremely poor for three days, and the racial discrimination was serious. There was an Asian (like a Korean) with an accent, and then she pretended not to understand, and asked the room number several times. Other than that, I heard that she couldn't understand. Besides, the speed of breakfast is very slow, and you will not be able to come out without 40 minutes. There is also a mandatory facility fee charged by the hotel. I have to print the bill when I am in the room because I said I didn’t receive the email at all. The parking fee can’t be swiped at 45 per night for the room card, 39 per night with the room card, and 69 per night for the valet, which is not cheap. I chose the city view room. The scenery is very good, the facilities in the room are very new, the room is very transparent and very comfortable to live in. On the first night when I went to bed, I heard a strange noise in the room and called someone to check it and said that it was the sound of the pipeline and changed us to a room, tossing By twelve o'clock, I slept soundly,
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3.4/532 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.43km from downtown
This is not what this facility is for - but I don't know how else to get in contact when no one acknowledges you. I booked and paid upfront with Hotels.com. When I checked in on 24th Feb I advised that I had already paid and the man on reception said he would take a holding deposit for the value of the night which would not be charged. The charge came straight off my credit card anyway, the next morning I advised that my money had in fact been taken from me, I was told that it would be put straight back on the card. Several days later while I was still in the US, it was still showing as a charge, on returning to the UK the charge still shows, Hotels.com have confirmation from the hotel that they "agree to refund me ", however 7 days on from that and I still do not have MY money, which they shouldn't have taken anyway. I have emailed their complaints dept and have received no response. I have not option but to take this up with my credit card company, I stayed in the Sates for 5 weeks at many different hotels and did not have any such issues. my advise is - don't give them your card !!! To Hampton - refund my money please as this is totally unacceptable. You have my details, please be good enough to contact me. (9179784109763).
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4.3/5Excellent56 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.58km from downtown
Amazing time with girlfriend treat you very well during this coronavirus epidemic I'm very much enjoying my stay here and will continue to stay here God bless this business for the amazing times and memories
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4.5/5Excellent43 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.1km from downtown
The hotel is good, very close to the sea, not far from the aircraft carrier, the beach scenery is beautiful, there is a nice children's playground. Going left and turning left there are many restaurants to the north, and there is a small supermarket. There are many new buildings around the hotel, the streets are beautiful and there are not many people. Less than ten minutes walk to the train station, it is especially convenient to take the train to Los Angeles. The room is very clean, the breakfast is just a few, the variety is not enough but the taste is OK, nutrition and calories are definitely no problem, in fact, after eating a few hotels in the same grade in the United States, you know, there is no difference. Each bed in the twin room is very wide. If there is a couple with two children, there is no problem at all.
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4.5/5Excellent32 Reviews
Pacific Beach San Diego
This hotel is really recommended. I go to San Diego many times because I live in Los Angeles. I have basically stayed in various hotels. I have also stayed in many Airbnb by the sea. The quality of Airbnb in the United States is generally uneven and unclean. I still like to stay in a hotel. The location of this hotel is near Mission Bay and not around the main attractions, but San Diego itself is small and safe, so it doesn't matter. The hotel facilities are very good. The suites I live in have simple kitchens. It is very convenient to travel with children. The room is large and the view is very good. It is very suitable for traveling with children
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4.3/5Excellent41 Reviews
Mission Valley San Diego|5.12km from downtown
The hotel is right next to the highway, and there are many similar hotels around. The hotel is not a closed space. There is parking lot and it costs 10 knives. The hotel does not include breakfast. There is a small restaurant next to it. You can order meals there. The service is good and the taste is ok. It takes more than 10 minutes to drive from the seaside pier. Room facilities and equipment is ok. The front desk guy is efficient and has a good attitude. Overall, the price / performance ratio is good.
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4.2/5Very Good35 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.96km from downtown
The location of the Youth Hostel is in Little Italy. There are so many restaurants nearby that you can't finish eating. It is also a good place for tourists to come out at night. The room has heating, the cabinet is a bit small, you have to bring your own lock, the bed is divided into the lower bunk, the upper bunk, a bit short, it is easy to bump your head. The kitchen is very large and the kitchenware is complete, superb. You have to own pancakes for breakfast, and oatmeal is provided. Tea and coffee are free. The atmosphere of the Youth Hostel is very good. If you live on the second floor, there is only one toilet, so you have to run downstairs often. WiFi is often disconnected and unstable. The colleagues in the Youth Hostel are very nice and have a good attitude. There is a laundry room, but only one machine. Still a good hostel, well received.
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3.9/540 Reviews
San Diego Intl. Airport San Diego|3.99km from downtown
The hotel is really good and the location is quite good. The grade is absolutely no problem, the landscape is quite good. More generally, the surrounding area is not convenient, there is no other surrounding, the landscape along the coastline, but since you have chosen this scenery, the surrounding is not good. It must be criticized that the reservation did not say that there is a need for RESORT FEE, nearly 40 dollars, parking for 36 dollars. This price is totally different. A little foolish feeling.
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4.1/5Very Good34 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.87km from downtown
Made a last minute decision to spend a day in San Diego. Because it was a last minute decision during a weekend, hotel prices in SoCal were insane. I ended up paying over $100 to stay at this Motel 6 for one night. Honestly, if you pay more than $50 a night, you're being ripped off. Not the best parking lot. I had to park on an extremely sloped part of it that left my vehicle at an almost 45 degree angle side-to-side. Had to step over homeless people to get through the front door of the motel. They were in the lobby too. The motel looks like a homeless shelter both inside and out. Check in and out were okay. Hotel clerks were nice. Most of the rooms in this motel face the inside, which makes the rooms darker, dingier, and more cramped-feeling than they already are. My room was dirty. There were still bits of someone else's dental debris in the sink. Also, black mold on the walls in the shower stall. I love a good, high pressure shower, but the shower had the pressure of a fire hydrant - so good that it hurt! The tub also had a slow drain. Terrible bed. It was essentially on a board and the mattress wasn't very good. Homeless shelter bedding provided, including a thin blanket. No in-room safe. There was a TV but no microwave or fridge. The property is located downtown although not all that close to the major attractions in San Diego if you don't have a car. Balboa Park is a mile away, I believe. Definitely regret staying here.
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USS Midway Museum

3.5/550 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.44km from USS Midway Museum
It's still a very recommended hotel. The valet front desk and waiter have a good attitude, but Ctrip said that it is with breakfast, but in fact the hotel only packs 16 yuan, and 16 yuan can't order anything in it, and there are very few choices of dishes. I stayed for three years. Two people have tasted 6 kinds of them every day, and they are not good. If the waiter asks you for coffee or orange juice, if you don’t want to drink it, don’t ask for it, because it is charged, and a cup is 7 yuan. There is a Starbucks in the hotel that can be bought directly. The key restaurant The service attitude of the black woman at the door was extremely poor for three days, and the racial discrimination was serious. There was an Asian (like a Korean) with an accent, and then she pretended not to understand, and asked the room number several times. Other than that, I heard that she couldn't understand. Besides, the speed of breakfast is very slow, and you will not be able to come out without 40 minutes. There is also a mandatory facility fee charged by the hotel. I have to print the bill when I am in the room because I said I didn’t receive the email at all. The parking fee can’t be swiped at 45 per night for the room card, 39 per night with the room card, and 69 per night for the valet, which is not cheap. I chose the city view room. The scenery is very good, the facilities in the room are very new, the room is very transparent and very comfortable to live in. On the first night when I went to bed, I heard a strange noise in the room and called someone to check it and said that it was the sound of the pipeline and changed us to a room, tossing By twelve o'clock, I slept soundly,
FromS$439
4.7/5Outstanding43 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.44km from USS Midway Museum
Hotel facilities generally do not have a bowling alley, the rooftop swimming pool has a very small water level of only about 1.1 meters, and there is no constant temperature outdoors. The gym is also very small and does not have many fitness equipment. The hotel’s guest rooms have panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows, with very good lighting and vision, but the biggest drawback is that they are not breathable and can only rely on the room’s air conditioning. And the hotel does not provide drinking water, all drinking water needs to be purchased by yourself. There are few restaurants near the hotel and there are not many places to choose from.
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4.4/5Excellent43 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.45km from USS Midway Museum
First off, a huge thank you and all my respect to Marcus, a manager at front desk, whose experience, professionalism, and understanding helped salvage what was left of our problematic stay. Something tells me that if Marcus were to take over operations at this location, reviews like this one (two-star) would be 5-star in the near future. To summarize, this Embassy Suites tries to be something they aren’t. They are not classy. They are not up to par. It’s not a good experience. SURE, the pictures look amazing. But looks can be deceiving; we all know that by now. Water pressure – Absolutely abysmal. Low pressure + lowest GPM showerhead I’ve ever seen in my life = a handful of water comes out over the course of your entire shower. This should be called a “wet” or a “drip” and not a “shower.” Ridiculous! HVAC – The air conditioner was running non-stop, yet the room temperature never got to a cool temperature. Stayed stuffy and warm. Hotel policies & procedures & management – After my wife explicitly (in writing—they communicate with you via text messaging about how your stay is going and if you need anything, etc.) requested management that nobody is to enter our room while we were out for the day, we returned to find a huge pile of wet and dirty RAGS on the countertop, literally touching my wife’s hairbrush & flatiron. Disgusting. And who was there? And why? Management – I spoke several times to the manager on duty named Melissa. She was unprofessional and rude to me. No idea of how to be pleasant while addressing a situation. Definitely not the right fit for a higher-end organization such as Hilton. Bad attitude. Long story short (I’ll spare you all the details, as she is not the central focus of this review), we wasted lots of time dealing with her and getting nowhere. I even made a special call to her to propose a solution and both of us (customer and hotel) move forward. She was snappy and rude and ended up slamming the phone down on me. Again, unprofessional. The next morning, it was Marcus who was on duty and had a 180 degree opposite approach. He is professional, experienced, and knows how to interact with customers. A real asset for the company, I would say. Breakfast – was just OK. It looked like a huge spread, but most of the bar is condiments, so at the end of the day it’s a modest breakfast of eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, bagels, fruit, a few other things here and there (cereal, etc.)… in short, the “basic breakfast” of any hotel. Not bad, but nothing to write home about. SUMMARY – At $300 a night for the nights we were there, this hotel is in no way worth this cost. Even at a significantly lower cost, we would not stay here again.
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4.7/5Outstanding34 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.52km from USS Midway Museum
We just got back from our stay here, and I can’t say enough good things about our experience. We were in a two bedroom suite on the 17th floor. Our room had an amazing view of not just the water, but the USS Midway. We even caught a fireworks show on our last night! We got there after a very early, long day of travel, and a Miguel checked us in. He is so friendly and welcoming! The room was very clean and the kitchen had all the essentials a family would need. We were so grateful for the dishwasher so we could wash bottles each night. We did a Target grocery pickup and there was more than enough space in the fridge and cabinets for everything we purchased. The layout was perfect for us. The living room was just enough space for our kids to play. They brought up a high chair for us that we were able to use at the dining room table during our stay. We were able to put our toddler in the king bed room. My husband and I slept in the two queen bed room with the private bathroom. The private bathroom was large enough to have the pack n play they provided so our baby could sleep in there. The pack n play was clean and in good shape. They provided a sheet, but we did bring our own to use. The private bathroom was right next to the laundry facility, so we didn’t have to worry about waking anyone up if the baby cried. We could not hear ANYTHING outside of our room. Either the hotel was super quiet, or the walls are thick. The bathrooms were beautiful and clean. Nice hot water and good shower pressure. We enjoyed the hotel breakfast for 4 out of the 5 days we stayed there. We got a little tired of it by the last day so we went out to eat. The breakfast staff are so friendly and attentive. We stayed over Mother’s Day and they handed out roses to the mothers, which was such a thoughtful touch. Getting in and out of the parking garage was convenient and easy, and we were always able to find a space by the elevator. The only con has nothing to do with the hotel itself, but just the general area. We didn’t feel like there were many restaurants in the general vicinity that we could take our small children to for dinner. Outside of the hotel there are a couple of sandwich type places, but everything else is pretty pricey or too upscale for the baby to be dropping all his food on the floor (ha!). However, we did get food from the hotel restaurant/bar one night and it was delicious. There are also literally over 1000 restaurants on Doordash that will deliver there, so that is something we enjoyed most nights after the kids went to bed. 10/10 would stay here again, and highly recommend this hotel!
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4.4/5Excellent51 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.66km from USS Midway Museum
Has a heated pool, two separate enclosed gym areas, an incredible lobby, business / commerce meeting rooms, three separate towers to the entire hotel. The parking was the only difficult area, but the location made up for all of it, beachfront view, beautiful cityscape, and seascape areas. Best to walk around, or ride a city scooter, and enjoy the dense cultural area. Plenty of four star rated restaurants, in addition to many cheaper areas to eat, plus hole in the wall food areas that are top-notch in my opinion. And the rate per night was astounding for the quality you get and the service you get, plus the free amenities like I said. I would highly recommend this for couples, business travelers, solo travelers, friends, and it is very family welcome and oriented.
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4.6/5Outstanding57 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.68km from USS Midway Museum
The most front-line sea view in San Diego is better than the location of Marriott and Hilton behind. Adding money to upgrade high-rise sea view rooms is really good. Recently, the hotel has promoted a free harbor tour during the New Year. This is worth $ 28. There is also a layer of beer bar. A glass of craft beer is free, and it costs 10 knives. There is also a free shoe shine, and a free bicycle rental is simply too good. Parking at 35 a night is still very cost-effective, and parking around is not cheap. The location is very good, the scenery is also great, and there is a lot to eat around. It is less than ten minutes walk to Midway Island.
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4.4/5Excellent30 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.7km from USS Midway Museum
Located in central San Diego, this hotel is 3 minutes' walk from the Amtrak-San Diego train station. All rooms include free Wi-Fi.A flat-screen TV and a work desk are provided in most rooms at 500 West Hostel San Diego Downtown. The simply-styled rooms include a telephone with wake up call services for guest convenience.Petco Park is 10 minutes' walk away. The Gaslamp Quarter and San Diego Convention Center are within a 10-minute walk away of 500 West Hotel San Diego Downtown.
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4.6/5Outstanding44 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|0.79km from USS Midway Museum
Wanted to take a moment to thank Marriott/Westin for Paul the bartender in the lobby bar. We had a brief Happy Hour visit with this affable pro. Very engaging. The next evening, I stopped by for a night cap and said "hi" even though I sat in the lounge. We shook hands and he said, "Mark, how are you?" I was blown away he recalled my name after such a brief encounter the night before. As he was walking away, he turned and said, "Where's Tia?" my colleague from the day before. Wow! Later, I told him, "Listen, even if I stay at another hotel in San Diego, I will come back and say "hi". I meant it. One final thought: While we were having our happy hour drink the day before, he said, "Hey, see that?" And he looked toward the lobby We turned and two young kids were running around playing. Paul said: "I miss that. Seeing kids running around being kids makes me believe we're coming back, getting back to normal." Spot on. Westin/Marriott...you're lucky to have Paul. Treat him right. He's a good man and a credit to your hotel and company.
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San Diego Zoo

4.2/5Very Good29 Reviews
Balboa Park San Diego|1.73km from San Diego Zoo
With a stay at Abpopa Hillcrest in San Diego (Hillcrest), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Balboa Park and San Diego Zoo. This aparthotel is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from Hotel Circle and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Maritime Museum of San Diego.Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and gift shops/newsstands.Grab a bite from the snack bar/deli serving guests of Abpopa Hillcrest.Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and laundry facilities. Planning an event in San Diego? This aparthotel has 1200 square feet (111 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 23 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is provided on request.
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2.4/535 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.86km from San Diego Zoo
I probably would not have booked this place if I had read all the reviews before but I had a hard time finding a room for our Friday/Sat night stay. That said, our room was clean, the receptionist had my pre-paid reservation at hand and she graciously switched us to a downstairs room instead of the upstairs. Additionally, instead of the $200 deposit indicated on the sign in the lobby, she put a $100 charge on my credit card for "incidentals and violating of no smoking". Hard to imagine what incidentals might be. She also warned about minimizing using our car as we might loose our parking spot. The Wi-Fi worked well for us. Not lightening speed but good enough for checking email, etc. Didn't try streaming nor did we try the Roku TV. The linens were clean but stained and the towels were the thin side and also stained. This is a bare minimum room - small fridge and microwave but no coffee maker in the room. Not a problem for us as we bring our own coffee making stuff. A Motel 6 is a cut above this one. Our room was surprisingly quiet considering the location right off US 5. It could be quieter if the door to the room fitted more closely as traffic noise was from the 10th street off-ramp. One can see light from the outside around the edges of the door including the bottom - maybe the source of bugs that another guest complained about. The location is nice and there are restaurants within walking distance. A lovely Italian place SoleLuna in the shadow of the El Cortez is a 7 minute walk away. It is obvious that the owners are making the bare minimum investment for maximum profits. Too bad - this could be much nicer. But if asked would I stay here again - my answer would be no.
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4.3/5Excellent56 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.87km from San Diego Zoo
Amazing time with girlfriend treat you very well during this coronavirus epidemic I'm very much enjoying my stay here and will continue to stay here God bless this business for the amazing times and memories
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4.7/5Outstanding34 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.88km from San Diego Zoo
Dirty tampons and filthy room during a pandemic and shrugged off by the staff..in 2021..at a Downtown Marriott hotel. I can’t believe the absolute awful experience we had at this hotel. Staff were extremely incompetent and disrespectful. Dirty tampons and stains all over a room during a pandemic. Everything that could possibly go wrong went wrong. Arrived for check in and were told our 2 room reservations had been cancelled, even though we booked through the Marriott website (not a third party website) and had not cancelled our reservation. The lady (Gabby) insisted that we cancelled our reservation then switched the reason to the hotel was overbooked and had cancelled our reservation (although if either of these scenarios were true, we would have had an emailed cancel notification which we, of course, did not). Then she switched and said the manager (who was not on site) had cancelled it and not told anyone (still would have warranted an email notification which we did not have). THEN said oh there are 2 rooms that are the same as the ones we booked and are available…which were more than likely the actual rooms we reserved…and then took another hour to get us into those rooms. It had been almost 2.5 hours at this point, but we were relieved to have our rooms. We had 2 elderly guests with us who’d also been waiting all this time to check in so once we got them and my parents settled in the first room, the 3 of us in the second room went to get settled in our room. We found dried up used tampons in the bathroom garbage, stains on the bathroom counter and shower, the kitchenette counter was stained as well as the bedside table, and the ground/carpet was visibly dirty….all this DURING A PANDEMIC. I immediately told the front desk, there were now 2 people working (Gabby and Eduardo) who seemed mildly shocked. I asked if the room could be cleaned and Eduardo literally said “the cleaning staff is gone and i don’t get paid to clean rooms”. I asked if there was available rooms at an affiliated hotel close by and he said “maybe” but didn’t check. I asked him check and he reluctantly seemed to start looking on his computer. They both were whispering to each other and chuckling the entire time..I have no idea, but it seemed wildly unprofessional. After a few minutes of “searching”, he suggested a Holiday Inn or another hotel (forgot the other name) but gave no rates or whether there was availability or not. I googled a close by Four Points which is also under Marriott and asked him to call them. Eduardo seemed like he’d never heard of this hotel that is literally 3 minutes away from his, but he called them and they had availability. Then he hung up and told me if I wanted to leave, I could go ahead and call them to book. THEN they put up the name of the manager on site, and it turns out Eduardo was a manager all this time and they kept saying the manager, Jordan, was supposed to be on site but left and that’s why they couldn’t solve any of these problems. A
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3.4/532 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.89km from San Diego Zoo
To whom it may concern: I stayed in your hotel, as you have noted. It was nice and clean, and the staff was seemingly cordial. That is where everything nice ceased to exist. For one, not only was the $99.00 taken out for my room (which I expected).. there was also $199.35 taken out of my bank for whatever reason I was not aware of. Not only was this not made aware to me.. I told the staff that I was not sure if I would be staying the entire 6 days, and they gave me the advice to pay by the day. What they did not make aware to me was that the rates double on the weekend. I felt that they could have made me aware of this and allowed me to make an informed decision. Instead, not only was extra money taken out of my account, they took another day out, which I allowed, and after 3 days, my account was depleted. At first, your staff denied that they took out the $199.35.. they denied this, even though I showed them black and white printed evidence on my account, which which made me extremely upset. I had to call my bank and have them verbally verify this out loud to the desk receptionist, Then, after they reluctantly admitted this charge, they denied the 3rd charge, which also had your name on it. This total fiasco left me homeless in San Diego for a night, while I drove around from park to park, sitting in my car, looking for a hotel. I had to wait a day to get money wired to me and to get another hotel. Meanwhile, I and my son were forced to sleep in my car in random parks in San Diego, a town in which I have never been. Thank you for such a horrible experience. One, I want my $199.35 back, so I filed a dispute with my bank. Two, I want to know why it was taken out in the first place, and not made aware to me. Three I want to know why your staff didn't even have the decency to acknowledge the debit taken out of my account until I had my bank on the line, Then denied the third charge.. is this how you train your staff, to lie and to cover up what is in plain sight?! Thanks to days inn, I was homeless in San Diego for a night, not the most comfortable situation. if you have the audacity to even answer this complaint, please leave me the contact info for Hampton Inn or the Holiday Inn, because I am planning another trip and definitely need a hotel.. Maybe they know how to treat their clients.
FromS$132
3.7/533 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.91km from San Diego Zoo
DO NOT STAY HERE! Due to a flight cancelation we had to change our stay from Sunday through Friday to Monday through Saturday. While checking in I noticed our rate for Friday night jump from roughly $110 to $214 for the same room. I asked the lady working the front desk and I was told this was because I changed my reservation and they got more for the weekend. I asked if there was anything she could to to get us a better rate and she said no, but we could go to another hotel if we wanted. Out of curiosity, I looked online and could get a room for Friday for less than $190. I called Wyndham customer service and she quoted me the same $190 rate and said she couldn't change what the hotel had, but I should talk to the front desk. I tried, but the same rude woman told me she wasn't changing the rate. Here are a few other things we noticed: Bathtub was super small. There was no way even a small adult could take a bath. The showerhead was mounted about 5' off the ground. They offer high-speed internet, but it was so slow we opted to use our cellphones instead. On Tuesday morning I noticed that the breakfast area was out of cranberry or apple juice. It was not refilled until Friday. The in breakfast area was missing. Elevator doesn’t work. We had to carry our luggage up the stairs. TP was not restocked. There were 4 of us in room. Asked for extra towels and cleaning person seemed put out that we even wanted them to service our room. No restocked toiletries. I had to go search out a room service cart to get more. The window left open had been left open by a previous guest. We had a small spill in our room one day and cleaned it up with some towels. We left dirty towels in bath in a corner on the floor and they were still there later. There was outlet box covered by wallpaper. They want almost $20 a day for parking. The beds were not very comfortable.
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4.1/5Very Good30 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.95km from San Diego Zoo
The room was nice and clean. The location is very good, the environment is simple and reliable! It is also close to the place to eat. Good service, breakfast simple nutrition praise
FromS$254
3.4/549 Reviews
Downtown San Diego San Diego|1.99km from San Diego Zoo
The price of the hotel is very satisfying. The hotel that was opened on the 2nd street last time is more than 1,000. The parking space is very tight and it takes 20 knives a night. Fortunately, there are more parking lots nearby.
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Old Town San Diego

4.1/5Very Good32 Reviews
San Diego Old Town San Diego|0.28km from Old Town San Diego
We are Hilton diamond members & travel at least monthly so have been in many, many Hilton properties but this is such a strange one. Our room was on the main floor (not preferred but ok). We got to our room & opened the curtain to a headlight flooding the room! I could literally see the objects and dashboards clearly within the parked cars, they were so close! The front staff reported there were no other rooms so we had no choice. In the morning, we cautiously opened the only window to people looking straight into our room (is in pajamas and all) so we quickly had to shut the curtain! Hilton, what are you thinking! This is not up to your standards. We spent over $200 for an exibitionist’s room, or one without a functional window. Management should at least plant a mature bush in front of the window, or use the room for storage. We turned down a competitor’s hotel at the same price to stay with Hilton, which was obviously a mistake. I cannot recommend this Hilton property.
FromS$233
4.7/5Outstanding32 Reviews
San Diego Old Town San Diego|0.41km from Old Town San Diego
Always saw this hotel on previous trips to San Diego but never stayed here before. The best thing about this hotel is the location. It is in Old Town so you are surrounded with some of the best Mexican food in San Diego. Park the car ($17 night) and feast away. Onsite restaurant is The Tequila Factory. Good food and margaritas (the hotel gives you a voucher for a free drink worth about $9-10). Old Town Mexican Cafe (100 meters away) has the most amazing fish tacos on handmade tortillas (you can watch the tortilla production in the front window). The hotel is old (maybe a little dated in the room decor) but clean and well kept and it is a beautiful property with lots of courtyards and outdoor seating. Staff is friendly and helpful. Old Town is easily accessible to both I5, I8 and hwy 163, close to the airport and around 10 miles to the beach (very easy to get there).
FromS$208
3.4/532 Reviews
San Diego Old Town San Diego|0.5km from Old Town San Diego
You know when you can't find the E-Z on Google cause it is located under a freeway, you are in for a wild night. So if you are planning on stopping off at this elegant E-Z 8 Motel nonconsensually, might I suggest having your final affairs all in order and funeral arrangments already lined up, because the odds of you and your loved one not coming out of that parking lot in anything other than multiple body bags and maybe an ice cooler are very low. If by some miracle you do come out of there alive, please plan a visit with multiple medical professionals, as you will discover some diseases you didn't even know existed. The biggest upside of this is that you have one hell of a story of how you survived a night at the sleaziest motel in Southern CA.
FromS$131
4.7/5Outstanding33 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|0.51km from Old Town San Diego
This was my first time staying at Old Town Inn and I was wildly impressed! From the amazingly friendly and accommodating staff to the clean and well kept property, this place is a hidden gem. From the moment we checked in, the front desk staff was so helpful and accommodated our group by checking us in earlier than expected and ensuring we got rooms near each other. The pool was lovey (and pristine!) thanks to Dan, their amazing maintenance worker. Not only was Dan beyond friendly, greeting us every morning, but he worked so hard to ensure the pool was clean and ready to go each morning. He was truly a delight and a highlight of our trip. The rooms were well kept and the location to Old Town was beyond convenient. I can’t say enough pleasant things about the Old Town Inn and can guarantee we will be back for years to come!!
FromS$241
4.6/5Outstanding35 Reviews
San Diego Old Town San Diego|0.66km from Old Town San Diego
I was there from 7/5/2020-8/16/2020 for business travel during this nightmare of C-19. When I checked in, Ms. Susan was at the counter, greeted me professionally and I'm pretty sure with a smile. Couldn't tell, because we were wearing masks, as was required. Ms. Susan explained the current situation to me as far as housekeeping and such was happening, once a week, on Wednesdays, No problem for me, I don't change my bed sheets at home everyday anyways. She then asked me if I wanted points, or a $10 credit for the Market Place? I said points, Ms. Susan said "you're here 35 days, that's $350.00 towards Market Place and such. I did not know that, I thought it was only a one time credit of $10.00. I went for the food. Throughout my stay, I started seeing familiar faces that I had seen in 2019, when I was at the Fairfield for about 4 months total, just a few blocks away. It is the same owner. Ms. Katie, the GM, Mr. David, Asst. GM, the numerous housekeepers, maintenance, and Bistro, along with Security personnel, after a few days, we all recognized one another. That was really heartwarming. Last, but certainly not least, Ms. Kelly, the 3pm-11pm front desk worker, kept the Market Place stocked, great personality, pretty sure she was smiling under her mask :-). I will stay there again!!
FromS$294
4.7/5Outstanding31 Reviews
San Diego Old Town San Diego|0.73km from Old Town San Diego
Enjoy the atmosphere here at the hotel with with staff /management. Always greeted you with a big smile /rooms always looking good and a comfortable stay /enjoy your Continental breakfast. Staying here is easy and convenient location. It has close freeway access / walking distance to restaurants / liquor stores.safe location.
FromS$128
3.4/548 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|0.76km from Old Town San Diego
Well I stayed for a couple of nights at the good night inn and over all it was an ok place the location was great the rooms were clean but the service was bad I had a pipe burst in my room and it smelled like rotten old drain sewage like literally shit and instead of moving me rooms which they did have available because I seen multiple rooms open they kept me in the same room and made me sit outside for hours to do a half ass pipe fixing job which had my room still smell gross and they were rude and uncaring I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND STAYING HERE CUZ THEY DO NOT CARE ABOUT THERE GUESTS
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4/5Very Good30 Reviews
San Diego Old Town San Diego|0.8km from Old Town San Diego
Experience old-world charm and modern comfort at the La Quinta Inn Old Town / Airport. Get out and explore the 150 restaurants, shops and historic sites all within walking distance with our convenient hotel location in the heart of Sand Diego's Old Town. Venture out to San Diego's most popular attractions: San Diego Sea World, miles of renowned beaches, San Diego Zoo, Petco Park, Qualcomm Stadium, and so much more.The San Diego La Quinta Inn Old Town / Airport hotel is only three miles from San Diego International Airport with easy access to Interstate 5 (Old Town Avenue Exit) and offers complimentary shuttle to and from the Airport and MCRD. In addition we are across from SPAWAR and the Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) and only a short distance to Naval Submarine Base, University of California-San Diego, Point Loma Nazarene University, the University of San Diego, and San Diego State.The La Quinta Inn Old Town / Airport hotel offers an eclectic defined combination of Spanish style, and a charming atmosphere intricately fused with unsurpassed service and modern comforts, all to make your stay memorable.Each of our charming guest rooms and suites feature wide-open floor plans, and are equipped with complimentary wireless high-speed internet, microwave and refrigerator, full size iron and ironing board, coffee maker, cable TV with HBO, available pay-per-view movies, and so much more.Wake Up On The Bright Side ® each morning with our Deluxe Continental Breakfast Bar and "make your own Belgian Waffles". Enjoy your breakfast in the comfort of our charming courtyard.The combination of bright, vibrant colors, stones & tiles blend ageless simplicity with contemporary comfort. Relax in our outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi or just relax in a pool side lounge chair and enjoy the beautiful San Diego sunshine all year round.Where an intimate, serene atmosphere awaits your arrival, the La Quinta Inn Old Town / Airport hotel spe
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SeaWorld San Diego

5/5Perfect34 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|1.03km from SeaWorld San Diego
I booked a stay for a birthday weekend for my Mom. We checked in on Friday and left on Sunday. The property itself is absolutely gorgeous, the landscaping, being by the bay, (note it is NOT beachside,) the docks and marina were all nice and love that it is dog friendly and had ample security around the property. When I arrived, I went to check in and was greeted by the front desk personnel. I was told that there would be an additional deposit of $100 to my credit card that would be billed back to the card after check out. That was a lie. I ended up paying nearly $1000 for a two night stay. The front desk lady rushed me out of there and pointed to my room on a map and gave me wrong directions. When you pay that kind of money you would expect a bit more customer service. Let’s get the ridiculous parking, you have to pay to park, it is NOT included in your room charges. Parking itself was a nightmare, especially if you have an SUV. Tiny spots, and everyone is cramped in, I was so scared my doors were going to get dinged. Then we get to the room itself. The hotel is older and looks like an older roadside motel. The rooms were small and cramped and worth nowhere near the $1000 I paid for two nights. They had a brunch on Sunday for $65 per person, also not included. The beds were lackluster, and horribly uncomfortable. The air conditioner window units were in their last leg. The bathrooms were small and outdated and dirty. Had I not been so tired from driving I would have requested a refund and went to another property. I was so disappointed! OVERPRICED!
FromS$291
4/5Very Good61 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|1.13km from SeaWorld San Diego
Breakfast standard HolidayInn level, coffee is good, turkey tortilla bacon is well received. The parking lot is free and large, and there are smoking spots, so it is safe without going outside The room feels personally not as good as that of the Los Angeles Airport, but of course it is okay to live Drive to Sea World for 5 minutes, and Sea World parks for $ 25 a day. It's not far to the Midway Island Carrier Museum. It takes about 20 minutes to park for $ 10 a day. Overall feels pretty good
FromS$357
1.9/542 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|1.17km from SeaWorld San Diego
Unfortunately, I stayed five days here and moved to about 7 or 8 different rooms. They checked us out of my hotel room before my reservation was expired. Groupon should be ashamed of even posting this hotel on their website! I experienced cockroaches, they put me in a room that was in the process of being bombed with mattresses on end, smells I can't even explain, toilet that leaked and wouldn't flush, electrical outlets that didn't work unless the lights were on, the telephone wouldn't call the front desk, the refrigerator door wouldn't close, swimming pool and jacuzzi was closed, no breakfast as advertised, the staircase was non-existent and or destroyed, ice machine broke, there's only one machine, carpet with runners and holes, and a broken bed. On the last day, we did not get to the hotel until 9 pm. We went to unlock our room, and the key did not work. My son went to get a key and came back up. We walked in, and everything of ours was gone. I had computers, hard drives, a sleep machine, food, and all our belongings just gone. Only after the shock the lady from the office came up and said is your stuff gone? I said, yes and she said we moved all your stuff out because we checked you out. She admitted it was her fault and apologized. I told her I needed my belongings. She said she did not have access to it because the maids were the only ones with a key. She was able to get it for us an hour later. We ended up having to haul our stuff to the 3rd floor for the 5th time because of all the room changes. The food was had spoiled after being out all day and stuffed in bags with containers all open and spilled out. So ended up spending more money to get yet another meal when I had food before they moved me out of my room. Being a single Mom and this being our first vacation, it was a horrible experience. I asked numerous times for a manager to contact me. Scott, General Manager, did absolutely nothing, never received a phone call or a follow-up. I even talked to Manual, the new manager, and was told he would call me back and never received a call. He asked me if I asked to speak to a manager, and of course, they were always out of the office. I left my name and phone number 3 times. I contacted Groupon, and they said they could not do anything either. Save your vacation and invest in another hotel they do not care about their business, employees, or customers. You should be ashamed to do business in such a manner as this! I am a full-time student and single mother of 3, trying to experience a pleasant vacation.
FromS$110
4.5/5Excellent42 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|1.29km from SeaWorld San Diego
I was fortunate enough to stay at this location recently for a Business conference. Knowing that check-in was at 4:00pm, I was going to have to request an early check-in due to an early flight into San Diego. The front desk staff was wonderful and I even received an upgraded room (Waterfront Suite)! The grounds were a little challenging to navigate initially, but once I had walked around and found everything - it was no problem. I visited the onsite restaurant (Red Marlin) and the Mission Bay Market. Both were top notch! I did not travel with a personal vehicle, so I was not able to explore the area - but the grounds (everything within walking distance) was enough to keep me engaged and happy! I would very much like to visit again with my family! My only complaint, was that my room was a little smelly - almost like a wet dog. I was able to open my balcony window - and it helped a lot.
FromS$402
4.1/5Very Good41 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|1.42km from SeaWorld San Diego
We loved the location. Family of four with 2 kids ages 9 & 10 loved the different pools and husband and I enjoyed the fire pits by the pool. The rooms were modern and up to date. The beds were not comfortable and the lack of pillows made it hard to sleep for someone who is used to minimum of 2 pillows per person. The views were amazing and a lot of exploring to do around the resort.
FromS$391
4.2/5Very Good35 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|1.56km from SeaWorld San Diego
I booked this hotel to take my son for his first trip to Sea World. Unfortunately, when I picked him up from school yesterday, I could see that he had caught some sort of bug, likely from another one of the kids there. I reached out to this hotel to cancel, or reschedule, my booking and was told there would be a $182 fee for doing so.,, whether I were to cancel, or simply reschedule. Why? Because I was reaching out to them only 22 hours in advance rather than the 24 that "their policy" requires. I waited until his morning to see if my son felt any better, but he did not... so, I ate the $182 loss for not using my reservation. Needless to say, I will never book this property again, and will look for a more reasonable place to give my business to. And I just purchased two Platinum passes for San Diego parks, so heaven knows, I will be visiting SoCal a lot during the next 12 months.
FromS$149
4.2/5Very Good53 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|1.58km from SeaWorld San Diego
This hotel is huge & it has been remodeling all 4 of Its individual units. The new rooms are beautifully done The work is still in progress, but the staff are courtsey, professional & always go out of their way to make things happen for everybody who stays here. That's why I keep returning again & again. Thank you to all the essential workers at Wyndham Gardens in san diego
FromS$139
3.9/534 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights San Diego|2.08km from SeaWorld San Diego
We booked into a garden room in the Bahia for 5 nights. The first room they showed us was awful! Small dark, on the ground floor with the doors opening onto the road directly opposite the reception. It was literally 2 yards from the passenger drop off outside and there were no net curtains! After speaking to reception they kindly upgraded us to a second floor studio which was much nicer. As we were staying for 5 nights, it was a shame the hotel didn’t allocate us a reasonable room in the first place! The hotel itself is beautifully clean, the beach is well maintained and the restaurant was very good. We paid for a trip around the bay on the Bahia Belle which was lovely. There is a short walk to mission beach and a few restaurants and bars. Now a few negatives- the hotel didn’t clean our room for 5 days and we had to request clean towels. There was an offer to change the bed but it was at 5pm and we were getting ready to go out. It wasn’t the end of the world but it’s an expensive hotel and despite COVID restrictions surely it must be possible for the rooms to be cleaned? The only other issue we had was the noise disturbance in the room - one morning (4am) a street cleaning vehicle drove up and down, other days there were deliveries, guests leaving, doors slamming. Whilst we didn’t expect complete silence this hotel did seem to be very noisy in the early morning. If this is going to be an issue I suggest a room at the back of the hotel.
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3.5/531 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
Great location near the gaslamp, parking on scene is a big nope but there is a great structure nearby called "park it on market" I was able to park before checking in for a one night stay and get in my car the next afternoon for $16 total, well worth it. Check in was fun asf, free house bevvy to start the experience is absolutely my vibe, and standard drink prices were decent for the setting, love Love LOVE the games and general house party vibe. The room, was.... Tiny, and guess what? Still more comfy than the hoody your ex won't give back. Can see that the design is meant for people who have more in life happening then the square footage of their room. Perfect for a couple nights though I can see it getting weird on a long term stay. No view expect some weird lights in the main corridor, but if not for those lights I daresay i might have spotted some flesh from another persons room, so smart design choice there. No breakfast makes me sad, I wouldn't have eaten it anyway but I want my money's worth you know??? (gotta love that some people won't read the sarcasm there.) But considering the amount of local places to grab any kind of grub you could wish upon a star, I think most will be able to survive not being served a buffet of cheap over touched food. will be back!
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4.5/551 Reviews
The location of this hotel is average. There is still a certain distance from la jolla beach, which takes more than ten minutes by car. I thought it was by the sea before, but I found out that it wasn't. The efficiency of the hotel front desk is relatively slow, and it took a long time to check in. The hotel facilities are relatively old and have a certain age. The overall experience is very average
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4.7/531 Reviews
San Diego Old Town
Enjoy the atmosphere here at the hotel with with staff /management. Always greeted you with a big smile /rooms always looking good and a comfortable stay /enjoy your Continental breakfast. Staying here is easy and convenient location. It has close freeway access / walking distance to restaurants / liquor stores.safe location.
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4/538 Reviews
Carmel Valley
I recently stayed her with my partner while in town for a family event. I arrived right at midnight and the front desk agent (Joseph) went to check me in and he couldn’t find my reservation. He said that I arrived just at the precise time when reservations turn over in their system and I was probably marked as a no-show. I actually have had this issue before so I knew of what he spoke and he explained that he would have to essentially create a new rez for me and that would be faster than trying to extract my original rez out of the system. He recognized my Ambassador status and I am sure could sense that after a full day or traveling I was ready to get to my room. He was quite apologetic, gave me some free waters and soda while I waited, comped my parking fee and upgraded me to their largest suite on the executive club floor. All without me having to ask and really without me even complaining. (I think I looked really tired!!!) The room was spacious with a separate living area, huge bathroom and nice, comfortable bed. They had an executive lounge on the top floor that was open during our entire time and the bartender and concierge who staffed it all weekend were friendly, helpful and the food was good and free drinks are always appreciated. The housekeeping was thorough and all-in-all it was a great stay and exactly what I want from a full service Marriott.
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4.4/535 Reviews
Mission Valley
We are Marriott loyalist and were very happy with our stay here. First rate operation. To be fair, our impressions are based on Bonvoy Titanium status (freebies) which may bring out the best in the place. Highlights: - Extremely friendly and service oriented staff throughout--front desk, DEN restaurant, housekeeping. - Modern (remodeled) rooms. Exceptionally clean. - Daily housekeeping without asking! - Very nice public spaces, including the pool area. Something of a resort oasis in the urban area of Mission Valley. - A very convenient location. 5-20 minutes to everywhere. So very possible to stay here, have dinner at any of the tourist places, and be back quickly. A significant cost savings over downtown. (There are also lots of breweries about 5-7 minutes away). Other notes: - The only pre-COVID amenity not functioning is the "M Lounge" is not open. That said, status members are offered a free breakfast buffet daily (otherwise $22/pp) in the DEN restaurant. The staff at breakfast is particularly friendly and accommodating. - Modest upgrade from a "city view" to "pool view" for the stay. Was appreciated. There appeared to be a suite on the top floor, yet not sure how many floors may have one/what the quantity of potential suite upgrade rooms might be. - 2 of 3 elevators in service. For much of our stay, occupancy was fairly low, so didn't much matter. On the couple peak days (a convention arrived) not having the third elevator became a minor nuisance. - Plenty of parking (has a garage). Could debate the separate parking charge, yet appeared the norm in Mission Valley and hotel is transparent about it. There is some street parking and office parks nearby if one truly objects. Very happy with our stay and unequivocally recommended as a very nice place to stay in San Diego.
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4.8/541 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
stayed at the location because it is adjacent to the convention center, where I had to attend a meeting. I arrived at 6pm & there 5 people in line ahead of me to checkin. Initially only 2 staff (surprising given size of property), but after a while, a 3rd person came. My time in line was 20 minutes, more than the time I had to wait for luggage at airport or taxi ride to location. Once 3rd person arrived (manager), line moved quickly. Room was clean, nice view of the bay. Toilet has water saving capacity, but I was surprised that the room did not have the blue Marriott recycle trash bin. I did like the night light in the bathroom- didn't have to use my laptop powercord light. I was there on weekend, so M club closed. They give you a $15.00 credit, but the only on site sit down restaurant was buffet only- $32.00- so breakfast would still cost $17.00. You can use credit at Starbucks, but that only gets you oatmeal & coffee. They should do better on weekends. Check out was easy. Again, only 5-10 minute walk from convention center.
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San Diego Hotel Guide

New and popular hotels in San Diego recommended by Trip.com. Looking for hotels in San Diego? Trip.com is a great place to start. San Diego is a city with tons of tourist attractions. You'll never want to leave! Located in United States, San Diego is a well-known and vibrant city.

For those traveling for business and tourism, San Diego Montgomery Field is the preferred choice when visiting San Diego. It's easy to reach San Diego. The city can be reached by plane, train, and car.

You don't have to worry about accommodations when traveling to San Diego. Here, there are more than 410 hotels for you to choose from. San Diego has high quality and low-priced hotels. You can spend one night at a nice hotel for only 264 SGD. There are 7 five-star hotels in San Diego at an average price of 722 SGD per night. There are 46 four-star hotels in San Diego at an average price of 334 SGD per night. There are 103 three-star hotels in San Diego at an average price of 227 SGD per night. There are 75 two-star hotels in San Diego at an average price of 145 SGD per night. There are many well-known chain hotels in San Diego. In San Diego, chain hotels such as Ramada are one of the top choices among travelers. Ramada is the top choice of many travelers in San Diego. Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina in San Diego is a favorite among Trip.com users. Many tourists also stay at Best Western Plus Island Palms Hotel & Marina.

There are quite a few famous attractions in downtown San Diego, such as Omnia San Diego, San Diego Convention Center. If you want to spend a fun vacation with your family, locals recommend visiting Escape Era, Black's Beach, San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The most popular attractions for tourists in San Diego are Coronado, San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld San Diego. With a developed commercial area, visitors can head to Four Seasons Candy, Costa Verde Nails, The LEGO Store for a great shopping experience.

Average seasonal TemperatureNight

• Spring: 61.74°F during the day, 54.59°F at night

• Summer: 66.51°F during the day, 61.5°F at night

• Autumn: 73.38°F during the day, 68.2°F at night

• Winter: 65.35°F during the day, 57.99°F at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 24.055117 cm

• Summer: 3.8307085 cm

• Autumn: 0.78740156 cm

• Winter: 12.519685 cm

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