I LOVED Humphreys. But, as soon as I got into bed my now fiancé and I moved the sheets and their was BLOOD on them. Immediately grossed out we called the front desk and took them 45 minutes to get someone down to change it. Besides that little hiccup the hotel is gorgeous and private and I'll return only because it's where my story is beginning - that night my fiancé proposed.
Traveller from Huntington Beach, CA
Humphreys Half Moon Inn & Suites sits on 14 acres adjacent to a yacht-filled marina overlooking San Diego Bay.More
Goodnight in is close to everything from the beach, Seaworld, whale watching, and shopping. It is a nice hotel with an elevator which was very nice. I was told they will be adding a pool and breakfast area. We enjoyed our stay, we felt comfortable and safe. It is well lit.
Traveller from phx,az
The Good Nite Inn is a limited-service hotel centrally located in the Valley View Casino Center area, only 4 miles from San …More
Great hotel on the beach but you can not swim/boogie board in front of hotel In front of hotel is only for surfing. You must go down about two life guard stands to swim. Also, parking spaces in the parking lot (costs $20 per day) are extremely small. Extremely hard to exit vehicle without hitting the car parked next to you.
Traveller from Folsom, CA
This oceanfront Blue Sea Beach Hotel is set in Pacific Beach, 7 miles from downtown San Diego, and Balboa Park. Belmont Park …More
Our first two nights were great, the room appeared to be newly remodeled and it was very very clean. On our third day they didn't clean our room until after 5 pm and we had to call and request towels after spending the day at the beach. On our fourth day they didn't clean our room at all so everything got pretty sandy, gritty and sticky. They appeared to be training a new front desk person and she seemed very confused a lot of the time. The parking isn't that great (but that is par for the course in SoCal) they have a small lot and then another lot at their sister hotel that is usually full or very close to full. The WiFi isn't free (I think one week cost $20), Two other things that bugged us, one, our room had no landline so we had to use our roaming to call the front desk, second, our bathroom had a strange sulfur odor that never went away. We didn't complain about either of these things but I feel like they should be mentioned. Bottom line, if you love PB you will be very happy with how close this hotel is to the beach, a 5 minute walk at most. Plus great restaurants and friendly atmosphere all around.
Traveller from Hanoi, Vietnam
Located in Pacific Beach, this inn is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Crystal Pier and 2 mi (3.2 km) from Mission Beach. Pacific Beach …More
Loved the breakfast prepared by staff using grill to make pancakes and pan to make scrambled eggs. Oatmeal was provided (raisins and brown sugar also). Toast, yogurt, apples, oranges, juices coffee etc. were all provided. A dining area was available.
Traveller from Elk Grove, CA
Surrounded by shops and businesses, including a 24-hour pharmacy, this Spanish-style, low-rise San Diego Days Inn is 3 miles …More
During warm weather, crowds pack the waters off Mission Beach and Pacific Beach, two of the most popular stretches of San Diego sand. These laidback locales are known to host the occasional farmer’s market or arts festival. Mission Boulevard connects both beaches and leads north to La Jolla.