Hotel location was close to a lot of shops and restaurants, we didn't have to drive more than a mile to get to a nice restaurant. Hotel facilities were nice, its has a 70's updated look to it. Loved the palm Tree courtyard and lounge chairs. Beds were comfortable, the inly thing the hotel doesnt provide is rollaway beds. Easy chech-in and out. Would come back.
Traveller from california
Surrounded by palm trees, this hotel is situated on 5 acres of land, 9 miles from La Jolla beaches, 8 miles from the San …More
My family enjoyed our stay at California Suites Hotel. It is a great location, pretty close to everything we planned to see in San Diego. The room size was a bit small, but it was clean and the beds were comfortable. My teenage grandchildren enjoyed the hot tub and pool area. The hotel was very quiet and safe.
Traveller from Phoenix, AZ
This 2-story hotel is centrally located less than 13 miles from the Gaslamp Quarter and several local beaches.More
Negatives: Overpriced. There was a glass of soda left inside fridge. Only soap and shampoo were provided. Didn't like how shower was at same level as toilet. Didn't like free breakfast offerings. No mirror outside bathroom. Full- length mirror would be nice. Hair dryer would be nice.
Positives: good location. Firm bed. Multiple lights and outlets. Lots of towels. Accessible parking.
Traveller from D
Extended Stay America San Diego - Sorrento Mesa is 15 minutes from Torrey Pines Golf Course, Marine Corps Air Station …More
We came late 3/17/17 for an overnight stay and left early the next day. There wasn't a lot of time to check out all the amenities. But we could say was the staff was very nice. Check-in was very quick; the lady at the counter was super nice. The next day, at breakfast, the crew was very attentive and courteous to all the patrons. Our room was clean and quiet.
Traveller from Los Angeles, CA
Located in Miramar, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, University of California-San …More
San Diego’s downtown has undergone extensive urban renewal during the past 20-plus years, beginning with the opening of Horton Plaza and the revival of the Gaslamp Quarter. The San Diego Convention Center is here and the downtown area’s once abandoned area has been resurrected to include waterfront skyscrapers, expensive lofts, five-star hotels, and many cafes, restaurants, and boutiques.