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Hard Rock Hotel San Diego - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hard Rock Hotel San Diego

207 5th Ave, San Diego 92101 - Map
 
 
"Love this hotel!"
Everyone was very nice and helpful love this place.
sonia from ca
The Hard Rock Hotel is in the center of San Diego's bustling Gaslamp Quarter, with restaurants, bars, and nightlife. The San …More
The Declan Suites San Diego - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$170
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The Declan Suites San Diego

701 A St, San Diego 92101 - Map
 
 
I had to pay $30 for parking I don't think that was nice just because it's downtown doesn't mean you have to pay for parking when you reserve a hotel
A Traveller
The Declan Suites San Diego, built around the historical San Diego Symphony Hall, is centrally located downtown, close to …More
San Diego Marriott La Jolla - La Jolla Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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San Diego Marriott La Jolla

4240 La Jolla Village Dr, La Jolla 92037 - Map
 
 
Quick check-in with a friendly staff. Nice room with balcony.
Kojakk from San Diego, CA
Just a skywalk away from UTC MallMore
Hilton San Diego Bayfront - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hilton San Diego Bayfront

1 Park Blvd, San Diego 92101 - Map
 
 
"Great experience overall."
Hotel and location are beautiful. Great design and feel. Loved the facilities in general. Fox Sports Bar was great. Front desk folks were snotty. Breakfast at Vela waaaay overpriced for soggy fruit and raw sweet rolls.
A Traveller
Rising 30 stories above San Diego Bay, this modern Hilton is adjacent to the San Diego Convention Center, across from Petco …More
The Sofia Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$180
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The Sofia Hotel

150 W Broadway, San Diego 92101 - Map
 
 
"Great centrally located hotel."
Very friendly and helpful staff. Clean and comfortable hotel. Hotel restaurant/bar offered great menu items. Happy hour specials daily. This hotel was close to everything. You can walk to the Gas Lamp Quarter and Little Italy and also have quick access to I-5. The only negative was the $34/day valet parking fee. All around it was a great experience and it was a perfect location. I will stay here again without question.
anonymous from Alberta
In the heart of downtown San Diego, this historic boutique hotel is 2 blocks from Horton Plaza, 4 blocks from the Gaslamp …More
Palm Canyon Hotel & RV Resort - Borrego Springs Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Palm Canyon Hotel & RV Resort

221 Palm Canyon Drive, Borrego Springs 92004 - Map
 
 
"Desert retreat"
The hotel was wonderful lots to see and do. Only problem with the whole experience was the booking process. very bad experience there but the hotel went out of there way to make things right.
A Traveller
This caravan park/campground is located in Borrego Springs (East County), close to Anza Borrego Tennis Center, Anza-Borrego …More
El Rancho Motel - Coronado Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
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El Rancho Motel

370 Orange Avenue, Coronado 92118 - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to the beach"
I stayed there with my husband on a romantic getaway, the rooms were cute and the staff was amazing! I will definitely come back again!
Anna from San Diego
Situated in Coronado, this inn is close to Spreckels Park, San Diego Convention Center, and San Diego Coronado Bridge. Also …More
Gaslamp Plaza Suites - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Gaslamp Plaza Suites

520 E St, San Diego 92101 - Map
 
 
Stayed here for Mardi Gras. Walking distance to all festivities. Great accommodations.
A Traveller
Built in 1913, this 10-story boutique hotel is located in the center of San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, amid numerous …More
The Horton Grand Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$186
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The Horton Grand Hotel

311 Island Ave, San Diego 92101 - Map
 
 
"lots of charm in an excellent location"
I always prefer the charm, location and friendly staff of the Horton Grand when I stay in San Diego. Located in the Gas Lamp, easy walk to the convention center, Petco ballpark and all that the gas lamp has to offer in terms of restaurants and clubs. What i particularly like about the Horton is that they have kept the charm of the old Horton residence and you can see it throughout the property. Always a pleasant change from the big chain hotels..
pete from san francisco
This 4-story hotel is within 4 blocks of PETCO Park, the San Diego Convention Center, Horton Plaza shopping, and 100 …More
Embassy Suites San Diego Bay Downtown - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$170
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Embassy Suites San Diego Bay Downtown

601 Pacific Hwy, San Diego 92101 - Map
 
 
"Exelente"
Is a berry good place to relax and is close to tha bay
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    Where to stay in San Diego

    San Diego Hotel Guide

    Commonly referred to as “America’s Finest City,” San Diego often receives praise for its warm weather and sunny skies. This coastal city in Southern California covered in palm trees presents the lure of city life in the downtown Gaslamp area combined with the attraction of the serene beach scene along the shoreline. Browse our selection of affordable travel arrangements to kick start your San Diego vacation today.

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    The Gaslamp District, which was once a mecca for gambling sailors in the late 19th century, is now an intriguing nightlife hot spot featuring top restaurants and clubs. The accommodations in this area boast the original Victorian-style architecture and are within easy access of eateries and the after-hours scene.

    Outside of the cityscape, some of the best hotels in San Diego lie along the coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean. From the accommodations perched on top of the La Jolla bluffs to the beach resorts lined along the Mission Beach Boardwalk, guests are certain to find peace and relaxation at San Diego hotels.

    Transportation

    The city is sprawled out, so driving allows travelers the freedom of experiencing all the sites at their own pace. And because San Diego boasts comfortable weather and nearly perpetual sunshine, travelers most often choose to walk or ride bicycles once they arrive at their destination to further explore the area.

    For San Diego visitors who don’t reserve car rentals, the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTA) offers both trolley and bus service around the city. The light rail system services the downtown spots, such as the Gaslamp District, along with southern areas near the US-Mexico border, and locations out east in El Cajon. As for the buses, they transport to destinations, such as Coronado, La Jolla, and Hillcrest.

    Travel Basics

    Some of the beach laws in San Diego are slightly more relaxed than their East Coast counterparts. For example, several of the beaches in San Diego, such as Ocean Beach, Coronado, and Mission, offer fire pits in the sand. The city even has its own nudist beach, Black’s Beach, which is the largest one in the United States. Though these beaches are lenient with some of their regulations, do realize sleeping on the beach at night and consuming alcohol are prohibited.

    Another aspect of the beach San Diego visitors should understand is the ocean tends to be unpredictable with strong riptides and currents. Before venturing into the chilly waters of the Pacific, especially with children, visit the lifeguard tower to find out about any potential risks, as the water’s behavior can change drastically. Know how to escape a rip current before diving into the ocean, and always heed the lifeguards’ warnings. To prevent accidents, only swim in areas where and when a lifeguard is on duty.

    Weather

    While San Diego has a reputation for always boasting sunshine and temperature around 70 F, it isn’t always the case. The city’s semi-arid climate sees temperatures drop slightly between December and March, with much cooler temperatures in the evenings. The rest of the year, coastal temperatures tend to range from low to high 70 F, while the height of the summer can see temperatures rise as high as 90 F on some days. However, inland temperatures often reach even higher temperatures. Pack a sweater regardless of when you’re visiting as the evenings cool down during every season.

    Locals often refer to the months of May and June as, “May Gray” and “June Gloom,” due to the thick marine layer, which clouds up the shoreline. Although the seaside may be foggy during this time, generally the sky clears up when you drive inland, providing those bright sunny skies San Diego is known for.

    Though San Diego can’t possibly live up to the perpetual sunshine and 70 F rumors every day, its sweeping coastlines, nightlife entertainment, and kid-friendly attractions certainly make up for the occasional gray skies. Check out our selection of cheap deals on hotels in San Diego and get ready to make a splash on your next vacation.

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