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Blue Sea Beach Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$209

Blue Sea Beach Hotel

707 Pacific Beach Dr, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Fun, Friendly Service"
We enjoyed our stay with our 10-year old son. The retro-video games in the lobby were a plus, as were the apples and lemon/cucumber water. The location on the beach is nice, especially if you are interested in surfing lessons, which are offered on the beach directly in front of the hotel. Our room was on the parking lot side and there was a bit of street noise, but not late at night. Service was very accommodating, and all my requests were handled quickly and effectively. The snacks and drinks on offer in the lobby are limited in variety, but reasonably priced by hotel standards. We'd stay again.
A Traveller
This oceanfront Blue Sea Beach Hotel is set in Pacific Beach, 7 miles from downtown San Diego, and Balboa Park. Belmont Park …More
Days Inn Encinitas Moonlight Beach - Encinitas Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Days Inn Encinitas Moonlight Beach

133 Encinitas Blvd, Encinitas - Map
 
 
"Inexpensive and very comfortable "
Stayed four nights. Air conditioning not great but staff was great. Recommend staying there.
A Traveller
Located off Interstate-5, this Encinitas hotel is a 15-minute drive from both Legoland California and Torrey Pines State …More
Bahia Resort Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$229

Bahia Resort Hotel

998 W Mission Bay Dr, San Diego - Map
 
 
The hotel was in a nice location but it needs renovations especially the little kitchen and the bathroom and need new beds/new sofa bed.
A Traveller
Only 8 miles from the airport, Bahia Resort Hotel is secluded on a 14-acre peninsula along the shores of Mission Bay, just 1 …More
Pacific Terrace Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Pacific Terrace Hotel

610 Diamond St, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Amazing view and location"
Hotel was in a great location, within 15-20 minutes of everywhere we wanted to go. Even enjoyed just sitting on the patio and watching all the surfers and people out walking the board walk. Amazing views. Hotel was very well kept and staff was very friendly and helpful.
Traveller from South Bend, IN.
This San Diego beachfront hotel overlooks the sands of Pacific Beach, 3 miles from La Jolla; joggers, in-line skaters, and …More
Grande Colonial Hotel - La Jolla Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$249

Grande Colonial Hotel

910 Prospect St, La Jolla - Map
 
 
"Great location with amazing views!!"
This hotel is an absolutely beautiful historic property in a wonderful location. Our room was smaller than we are used to, but the view and the fact that the windows open up to let in the ocean breeze more than makes up for it. We were a few blocks from the ocean and the seals (a must see!). There are numerous shops and restaurants within walking distance. In addition, the major sites in San Diego were a short drive away. It was nice to spend the day downtown and then return to our quiet retreat in La Jolla. Customer service was great! Thanks to all of the valet guys who assisted us everyday - not only with our car, but with beach chairs, etc to take to the beach for the day. And for asking our son every afternoon about his experience that day - he loved telling his stories to them.
BelJ from Louisiana
Located near high-end shops and restaurants in the village of La Jolla, this sophisticated California hotel is a block from …More
Best Western Plus Oceanside Palms - Oceanside Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Best Western Plus Oceanside Palms

909 N Coast Hwy, Oceanside - Map
 
 
"Very Nice "
clean room, professional staff, very good breakfast, very good WiFi, in n' out burgers within walking distance, across the street
A Traveller
Easily accessed from I-5, this Oceanside motel is a half-mile (1 kilometer) from the beach and the Oceanside Pier. Camp …More
Inn By The Sea La Jolla - La Jolla Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Inn By The Sea La Jolla

7830 Fay Ave, La Jolla - Map
 
 
"Wonderful Place to Stay"
Comfortable place to stay. Friendly staff. Next to downtown shops. Easy walk to the Cove and coast walk. We arrived in the middle of the night and our refrigerator didn't work and the night manager immediately upgraded us to a bigger room even though we were happy to wait until the next morning to get it fixed. We would definitely stay again. The continental breakfast was poor. Just coffee. No pastries, cereal, muffins, juice. Just coffee. Odd for a moderately expensive hotel. Excellent iced coffee and apples available later in the afternoon however. Parking was a bit high, $12 a day. Should have been complimentary in my opinion.
A Traveller
Located in the center of the village of La Jolla, this San Diego-area hotel is 2 blocks from La Jolla Cove, 3 miles from …More
Carlsbad By The Sea Resort - Carlsbad Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$179

Carlsbad By The Sea Resort

850 Palomar Airport Road, Carlsbad - Map
 
 
"Overall, its a nice place, needs some repair work"
Breakfast was ok, room was nice, however, there was damage at the bottom of the door jam. Outside we found rusted railings.
A Traveller
Guests at Carlsbad By the Sea Resort can cross the street to shop at Barney’s New York and Calvin Klein, just 2 of the more …More
Hard Rock Hotel San Diego - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hard Rock Hotel San Diego

207 5th Ave, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Hotel close to all you want to see"
Hotel is in downtown close to all the places you would like to see. Beaches are numerous and close by. Great hotel staff.
Traveller from Kansas City
The Hard Rock Hotel is in the center of San Diego's bustling Gaslamp Quarter, with restaurants, bars, and nightlife. The San …More
Bay Club Hotel & Marina - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Bay Club Hotel & Marina

2131 Shelter Island Dr, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Serenity by the Sea"
Possibly the best/friendliest staff from front desk to housekeeper I have ever encountered. The rooms were big and very clean and the beds were super comfy. The best part is the setting of the hotel itself. The marina is really tranquil and interesting especially for nautical buffs like myself. The location in shelter island offers quick access to all of San Diego and is especially handy to go over to Coronado Island by either ferry or the bridge.I plan on coming back very soon.
Traveller from Lincoln, NE
3 miles from the San Diego Airport, Bay Club Hotel & Marina is 5 miles from SeaWorld, the cruise-ship terminal, Seaport …More

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    San Diego Beach Hotel Guide

    Escape to a place where the sun shimmers off saltwater skin, where seagulls gather for afternoon naps on the pier, and where the surf is always just right. Escape to San Diego. Michelle Held once said, “Don’t grow up too quickly, lest you forget how much you love the beach.” Take this advice to heart as your “grown up” troubles drift over the horizon on the warm waves of the Pacific Ocean. Stretching out like a sea lion on the sand, America’s Finest City lines the Southern California coast with beautiful beaches, world-famous attractions, and a craft beer and cuisine scene that brings all the best of the Golden State to the table. Before you float away, book San Diego beachfront hotels and let us answer some of your seaside queries:

    What are the best beaches in San Diego to surf at?

    Many of the beaches in San Diego are known for excellent surfing and swimming conditions. Remember when you were a kid and stood in awe of suntanned surfers paddling with the currents and springing up at the perfect moment? You can be your own wave-charging hero at any of these locally loved surf spots:

    • Ocean Beach: Home to the longest pier on the West Coast, this quirky neighborhood haunt is a hippie haven. At sunrise and sunset, you’re sure to see the surf community take up their places around the pier and riding smooth waves back to shore.
    • Point Loma: A narrow peninsula south of “OB,” Point Loma boasts spectacular cliffs and famous waves. Join seasoned surfers as they take boats out past the bluff and catch a ride back to land on some of the best waves in the state.
    • La Jolla Shores: On the north side of San Diego, La Jolla is a luxury destination with an exquisite surf. This beach is perfect for beginners and those who want to spend a relaxing evening on the water. The area is most known for its adorable seal colony and its fabulous San Diego beach hotels and restaurants. Stay at Inn by The Sea La Jolla and wake up to coffee with seal pups and sunshine.

    Can I go whale watching in San Diego?

    You certainly can go whale watching in San Diego. Join a cruise out of the harbor or charter a smaller boat from Mission Beach to see these sea mammals up close and in their natural habitat. SeaWorld has nothing on the experience of seeing endangered blue whales on their summer migration path from Antarctica to Costa Rica.

    Love to explore the great outdoors? Wind you way through the coastal trails at Torrey Pines State Reserve and keep a weather eye on the sea. Many of the easy-to-intermediate walking paths skirt the cliff-lined coast and wide-open waters where gray whales pass each winter and spring on their way to Baja California.

    Release your inner child on the beaches of San Diego while you toast to adulthood in top brew pubs all over the city. Travelocity offers several San Diego hotels on the beach—from Pacific Terrace Hotel in party-ready Pacific Beach to the quiet tides of La Jolla.

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