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Harborview Inn & Suites San Diego Harbor - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Harborview Inn & Suites San Diego Harbor

550 West Grape St, San Diego - Map
 
 
2.1 out of 5 (17 reviews)
Harborview Inn & Suites San Diego Harbor is 2 blocks from the city's Little Italy neighborhood. San Diego Zoo is a 7-minute …More
Gaslamp Plaza Suites - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Gaslamp Plaza Suites

520 E St, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Now I know why California has a water shortage!"
Had issues with getting hot water. Called twice and both times they told me to just run the faucet for 10 minutes. Needless to say, I felt really guilty after every shower. While the water did eventually heat up, it never really got to that nice steamy temperature us "east coasters" love to have. Otherwise the hotel was pretty good for the price paid. I especially enjoyed eating breakfast on the rooftop while overlooking the city. PRO TIP: For an even better breakfast experience, grab a doughnut and nitro-brewed coffee from the famous "Donut Bar" near the hotel (7th and B)!
Traveller from Pennsylvania
Built in 1913, this 10-story boutique hotel is located in the center of San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, amid numerous …More
Urban Boutique Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$110

Urban Boutique Hotel

1654 Columbia Street, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Good for the $"
Perfect location and close to pretty much everything,2 blocks to the water and 1 block to the middle of little Italy.
Traveller from las vegas,nv
Located in Little Italy, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Firehouse Museum, Maritime Museum of San Diego, and USS Midway …More
The Sofia Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$229

The Sofia Hotel

150 W Broadway, San Diego - Map
 
 
Nice quiet room. Easy check in. Great Bar. Close to Gas Lamp, Amtrak, etc.
Traveller from Orange County, CA
In the heart of downtown San Diego, this historic boutique hotel is 2 blocks from Horton Plaza, 4 blocks from the Gaslamp …More
The Horton Grand Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$239

The Horton Grand Hotel

311 Island Ave, San Diego - Map
 
 
"A pleasurable business conference "
Attending a conference at the Bayfront Hilton was more pleasurable by staying at this nearby 'new-quaint' boutique hotel. The price is nice, and the decor would have been great for a relaxing weekend stay. Loved the quaint quasi-antique bed and furniture, over-toilet water closet with pull chain flusher, combined with good wifi and tv.
Traveller from Connecticut
This recently renovated 4-story hotel is within 4 blocks of PETCO Park, the San Diego Convention Center, Horton Plaza …More
Westgate Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Westgate Hotel

1055 Second Ave, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel in downtown of San Diego "
Nice hotel in downtown of San Diego , near to all the restaurants and short walk to water front , also 10 to 15 min ride to the zoo and sea world.
Traveller from philadelphia pa
This downtown hotel is within 2 blocks of Horton Plaza shopping center and trendy restaurants and nightclubs in the Gaslamp …More
Marina Inn and Suites - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Marina Inn and Suites

1943 Pacific Hwy, San Diego - Map
 
 
"no safe in room 108"
For whatever reason, room 108 lacks a safe. I asked at the desk after searching high and low . . . the clerk seemed surprised when he couldn't find it either. I was able to check my laptop and some jewelry when I went out, but I prefer a safe--ya know? When I asked why there was no safe, I was told, "Not in pre-paid rooms." That's some crap, if you ask me . . .
A Traveller
Situated near the airport, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Firehouse Museum, Maritime Museum of San Diego, and USS Midway …More
Embassy Suites San Diego Bay Downtown - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$199

Embassy Suites San Diego Bay Downtown

601 Pacific Hwy, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Embassy downtown San Diego "
I traveled with my husband and three boys ages 5, 2, and 2 (twins). The hotel has a nice lobby and the breakfast was decent. The staff was very helpful and polite. Unfortunately our room was old and pretty dated. It is in a great location but you are forced to pay 42 dollars a day for parking. Not sure if I would recommend it to friends without telling them the above experience with hotel
Traveller from Los Angeles
Embassy Suites San Diego Bay, with its 12-story atrium, is situated on the waterfront, 1 block from Seaport Village and the …More
The Dana on Mission Bay - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$199

The Dana on Mission Bay

1710 W Mission Bay Dr, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Beautiful location!"
The Dana on Mission Bay was lovely! It was a beautiful location and pretty close to everything we wanted to do while we were there. The whole location - the marina, Mission Park, the resort itself - was all just gorgeous. The room was really comfortable and great. Would definitely recommend!
Traveller from Stony Brook, NY
Adjacent to San Diego's Mission Bay, this 13-acre hotel is within 2 miles of SeaWorld and Mission Beach, and 6 miles of the …More
Humphreys Half Moon Inn & Suites - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$229

Humphreys Half Moon Inn & Suites

2303 Shelter Island Dr, San Diego - Map
 
 
"A little dated, but comfortable."
The hotel was a little dated. They're currently remodeling many of the bungalows on the waterfront and they look like they'll be really nice. Ours had a bit of a mildewy smell (we were told it was the humidity. Location is right on the waterfront.), but it was comfortable and seemed clean enough. The bed was nice, which seems more and more rare. I left out some of my essential oils and two of them disappeared. It was a small theft and at first I thought I just misplaced them, so I didn't report it, but I made sure and locked EVERYTHING up after that. Unfortunately I later had a bra disappear too...and I know where I left that! The hotel staff was polite, but not exactly warm. The restaurant was lovely and the view was stunning. Food was delicious and a great place for a special dinner. The waitresses were exceptional and friendly. The hot tub was nice, but several drunken locals sneaked in and were disruptive. They claimed to do it often to different area resorts, but liked Humphries the best for their lack of concern. We avoided the hot tub after that. Unfortunate because the pool area was really lovely and clean. In the end, the price was right and we'd probably stay again especially considering the updating and location, but we'll certainly be more cautious with our belongings.
A Traveller
Humphreys Half Moon Inn & Suites sits on 14 acres adjacent to a yacht-filled marina overlooking San Diego Bay.More

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    San Diego, California Hotel Guide

    Dubbed “America’s Finest City,” San Diego offers many hotel options near all of the world-famous San Diego attractions. From the many luxury San Diego hotels and resorts, eclectic Pacific Beach hotels to family-friendly lodging – choose your vibe of the amazing city and you will effortlessly find a place that will suit your taste and budget.

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    Whether you’re visiting San Diego for business, family fun, or a romantic getaway, you’ll find a variety of options to help you settle in to enjoy this beautiful city with over 55,000 hotel rooms and 500 hotels. If your destination is downtown San Diego, you will be pleased to find incredible art galleries, boutiques, amazing restaurants, and nightlife – all within walking distance from your hotel. The popular historic district, Gaslamp Quarter, is host to a number of beautiful San Diego hotels, many featuring Victorian-style architecture.

    Atop the La Jolla bluffs, breathtaking Pacific views of the magnificent San Diego shoreline offer not only some of the most beautiful parts of the city but the most fun as well. Surfing, swimming, sunning, and walks on the sandy beach and in the parks will add wonderful adventures, and quite a few photo ops. Pamper yourself in the luxury of a high-end resort and spa, or stay in a more affordable family-friendly hotel, then set out to explore this magnificent 4,600-acre aquatic playground. Mission Bay is truly a little gem tucked away just minutes from downtown San Diego and is home to SeaWorld, Belmont Park, and LEGOLAND.

    If you’re looking for budget hotel deals in San Diego, visit Hotel Circle, which is centrally located and offers great trolley service. For those interested in the more remote areas of San Diego, check out Temecula – the gorgeous wine country of San Diego.

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    San Diego Hotels

    The city of San Diego, nicknamed "America's Finest City" and "the birthplace of California," is California's second-largest city and the first place ever settled in the state by Europeans. The city is located close to Mexico, and the warmest month is in August, when average highs are 77 degrees Fahrenheit and average lows are 67 degrees. The coldest time of the year generally occurs in December, when average highs are 65 degrees Fahrenheit and average lows are 48 degrees. For people who are planning a trip to Southern California, it is also a popular vacation destination. Unfortunately, finding both affordable, quality hotels in San Diego, CA, and cheap tickets can be a difficult goal to accomplish. Courtesy of Travelocity, booking inexpensive airfare and accommodations isn't impossible. As a matter of fact, through Travelocity, you'll find a wide variety of hotels in San Diego that are affordable as well as additional deals on flights and car rentals. In addition, Travelocity does not charge a fee if you book, change, or cancel a stay at most San Diego hotels.

    Attractions

    There is no shortage of things to do in San Diego. Hotels can be found all over the city, including many that are within a convenient distance from any of the city's many attractions. San Diego has several main attractions that are a must-see for visitors of all ages. One of these attractions is the San Diego Zoo. At the zoo, you can enjoy the mammals, birds, reptiles, and arthropods that call it home, schedule one of their exciting tours, and/or take in a show. Visitors can also go shopping or dining at one of the zoo's restaurants. Other popular attractions that are suitable for everyone include Balboa Park. Located in downtown San Diego, this is an important attraction, as it is the home of the San Diego Zoo and a multitude of other attractions and things to do, from museums to gardens. Adjacent to the zoo is the Balboa Park Carousel. Additional attractions outside of Balboa Park include the famous Gaslamp Quarter for dining, shopping, and entertainment, Sea World San Diego, and the USS Midway aircraft carrier.

    Things to Do for the Physically Active

    You've browsed through our available quality, cheap hotels in San Diego and have made all of the appropriate travel reservations. Now's the time to plan an itinerary of activities that will keep your vacation days filled with active adventures for the duration of your stay. San Diego is the perfect place for people who like to stay physically active. The city has 70 miles of coastline that provide the potential for a variety of adventures. Go on a day hike on one of the trails at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve. Traveling with the family dog? The Ocean Beach Dog Beach is a great place to run and play with your dog. Snorkeling and scuba diving can be done at La Jolla Cove, which is a small yet beautiful beach that is located within the La Jolla Underwater Park Ecological Reserve. The largest aquatic park that is also man-made can be found in San Diego, and it is a great location for physically active travelers and their families. This park is Mission Bay Park, and it offers activities to enjoy both on the water and off. On land, which is 46 percent of the park, travelers may go jogging or bicycling on one of the park's paths, fly a kite, or get in on a game of basketball or volleyball on one of the appropriate courts. There's just as much fun to be had in the water, which makes up 54 percent of the park. In addition to swimming, you may enjoy water-skiing, wind-surfing, or sailing the bay. If planning a trip to San Diego in May, why not sign up online, train, and participate in the Rock n' Roll Marathon. This annual event will test your endurance and is great fun, too.

    Things to Do for the Non-Physically Active

    For some people, the nature of their visit and subsequent stay in one of the fine hotels in San Diego is to relax. These people may prefer to partake of activities that are more passive than physical. Other tourists may be physically unable to participate in the more active pursuits that the city has to offer. For them, there's no need to worry. The city has an abundance of relaxing, enjoyable, and less taxing things to do. What could be more relaxing than a leisurely stroll taking in the beauty of any of the city's gardens? In Balboa Park alone, there are a number of gardens to visit, including Alcazar Garden and the Japanese Friendship Garden. The later includes a Zen garden where visitors may go to meditate quietly and a koi pond for relaxing. People may even attend calligraphy or bonsai gardening classes during weekend visits. In addition to gardens, museums such as the San Diego Museum of Man, the San Diego Air & Space Museum, and the Maritime Museum of San Diego are just a few examples of things that non-active tourists may take advantage of during their stay. Other passive activities include visiting Birch Aquarium and spending time sunning at any of the area's beaches. There are several events that are perfect for people interested in more passive pursuits. Examples of these events include sitting back and enjoying some jazz during the Dixieland Jazz Festival in November or bundling up with the family in December to watch the San Diego Parade of Lights.

    The Best Time to Visit San Diego

    As with any city, there are certain times of year that are better than others to visit. When it comes to San Diego, the best time to visit depends on one's preferences and reasons for visiting. For those who are looking to avoid big crowds, the periods from March to May and September to November will be the best times to visit San Diego. Hotel deals, which are available all year long on Travelocity, are even easier to find during the months of November to March, making the winter season the best time for thrifty travelers to visit.

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