Jun 17, 2019 - Jun 18, 2019
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Where to Stay in San Diego
Visitors to California will no doubt find themselves entertaining the idea of a trip to San Diego, the state’s second biggest city situated around 120km south of Los Angeles. As expected from such a large and expansive city, accommodation choices are plentiful. From the city attractions to the natural parklands, beaches and golf courses, there are plenty of options for those looking to explore this Californian gem and renting a car is common.
La Jolla Hotels
The seaside village of La Jolla is one of the most popular areas to stay in San Diego. This eleven kilometers of dramatic coastline enjoys year-round sunshine, wonderful snorkeling opportunities, superb beachfronts and high-end shopping just a few miles from downtown San Diego.
Now over 100 years old, this historic hotel was one of the first of its kind in La Jolla and sits just a few meters from the golden beaches that fringe the area. The hotel is located alongside a variety of dining outlets and shopping options, while offering a perfect setting for special occasions such as weddings and events.
A well-appointed mid-range hotel with modern rooms just a short distance from La Jolla’s sandy beaches and close to the attractions of the city’s famous Prospect Street. Guests at the Inn By The Sea are also in close proximity to the famous Torrey Pines Golf Club, while attractions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art are also nearby.
The Village Lodge is ideal for those looking to discover the La Jolla area on a budget. With the beach, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and Children’s Cove within easy reach, the hotel is an ideal base for exploring. The hotel boasts a rooftop terrace, barbecue grills and a complimentary continental breakfast.
Downtown San Diego Hotels
Downtown San Diego is just minutes from the city’s airport with historic buildings easily accessible by foot, bicycle, car and public transport. In addition to family attractions such as Balboa Park and the San Diego Zoo, the city offers night-time fun in the shape of superb restaurants and funky rooftop bars. Visitors can also explore the waterfront and learn more on the sea-faring history of the city.
A four-star hotel surrounded by an abundance of excellent dining and shopping choices in the heart of downtown San Diego’s historic Gaslamp Quarter. The hotel also offers business and leisure facilities including meeting rooms, a fitness center and an outdoor pool.
Close to the Gaslamp Quarter and Little Italy less than five kilometers from San Diego International Airport, this four-star hotel offers modern facilities in the center of the city with a wide selection of shopping and dining outlets on its doorstep.
A two-star hotel, the Historic Gaslamp is a budget option in one of the city’s most popular areas just minutes from attractions such as Balboa Park and the San Diego Zoo. All the rooms are air-conditioned and have free Wi-Fi available.
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So many amazing hikes, national parks, well known outdoors sports/campsites that make it perfect for outdoor adventures
I would recommend the Oceanside Pier, it’s an amazing view and tons of activities to do by the beach. Just walking on the sidewalk, there is much to see, even open houses to view.
I am here once a year for Comic Con and love being down in San Diego for that weekend. The Gaslamp section is fun and exciting and trendy.
Great place to sail from and awesome nightlife. If you like men in the service.