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 San Diego Zoo.
Paradise Point Resort & Spa is on a private tropical island in San Diego’s Mission Bay. SeaWorld® is a 4-minute drive away over Mission Bay’s South Cove, and it’s 9 minutes to the adobe buildings and craft demonstrations at Old Town San Diego. The resort is a 15-minute drive from the city center.
Only 8 miles from the airport, Bahia Resort Hotel is secluded on a 14-acre peninsula along the shores of Mission Bay, just 1 block from Mission Beach and a short ride from Pacific Beach.
Located on the shores of San Diego's Mission Bay, the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina is a quarter-mile from SeaWorld and Mission Beach, and 3 miles from Old Town San Diego.
Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa is set among tropical gardens and close to sandy beaches on the shores of Mission Bay. This 18-acre resort is just 2 mi (3 km) from Sea World San Diego, with easy I-5 access.
Facing the calm expanse of Mission Bay in north San Diego, and a 3-minute walk from the sands and famous boardwalk of Pacific Beach, family-friendly Catamaran Resort and Spa makes a great base for water lovers. SeaWorld® is 3 miles (4.8 km) away, and it's a 20-minute cab ride to downtown San Diego or San Diego Zoo.
Red Roof Inn San Diego - Pacific Beach/SeaWorld Area is within a 10-minute drive of the coast, where guests will find surf, sand, and a 3-mile (4.8-km) boardwalk lined with shops, bars, and restaurants. SeaWorld® San Diego is a 15-minute drive from the hotel, as is San Diego International Airport.
Located in Pacific Beach, this hotel is 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Crystal Pier and within 6 mi (10 km) of University of San Diego and La Jolla Cove. SeaWorld and University of California-San Diego are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Soft sand, soothing waters, nonstop sunshine, and cool breezes make Mission Bay in San Diego, a beach lover's perfect getaway. A saltwater lagoon that offers all sorts of outdoor recreation, from sailing and paddleboarding to fishing and camping, Mission Bay still has enough land for world-class theme parks and resorts. Add in epic sunsets and the option to wear flip-flops every day in this Southern California 'hood, and you have a destination worthy of all your vacation days.
If you're flying, you'll probably touch down at San Diego International Airport (SAN), only a 7-mile taxi or rental car ride from the neighborhood. Buses are another option for getting to Mission Bay hotels. Once you make it to the neighborhood, walking, cycling and public transportation are all viable options for getting from one site to the next. If you feel like exploring the rest of San Diego, rental cars near Mission Bay are readily available.
There is plenty to do in Mission Bay, including visiting SeaWorld San Diego, where you can encounter penguins, tour shipwrecks, and dine next to a killer whale. Mission Bay Park, a 4,600-acre aquatic playground, is the place for water sports, and the collection of quirky antique shops along Ocean Beach is worth browsing. The fun never stops in Mission Beach, with its surf shops, eateries, and pubs, and Fiesta Island is a great spot to build a beachside bonfire in the evening. Does all this sound like it could break the bank? Don't sweat it, because there are always deals on cheap hotels in San Diego.
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