It's always nice to walk into this well-kept lobby and be greeted by the friendly staff at the front desk. They quickly check you in, and the room is easy to find. The room is always clean. The rates are always rvery reasonable. The rooms I've stayed in are small (single queen bed), but I travel by myself for work so this is just fine for me.
Traveller from Denver
In the heart of downtown San Diego, this historic boutique hotel is 2 blocks from Horton Plaza, 4 blocks from the Gaslamp …More
This hotel was a last-minute indulgence, and I'' so glad we found this place. It is opulent, and yet cozy. The staff is formal and yet warm and caring. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. I'd stay again in a heartbeat.
Traveller from US
This downtown hotel is within 2 blocks of Horton Plaza shopping center and trendy restaurants and nightclubs in the Gaslamp …More
Simple, budget accommodations in San Diego's Little Italy. The room was small, but clean. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Great location, close to the airport and an easy walk to the waterfront and lots of great restaurants/cafes. Simple breakfast in the morning, but the fresh fruit salad was great! Would recommend for someone looking for budget accommodations and will be out of the room most of the day!
Located in Downtown San Diego, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and Maritime …More
Room was smaller but was fine for us. Enough room to move around and we were staying for only 2 days. Hotel is fairly new and modern.Located close to bars, restaurants and other services. Service was excel lane, loved the free trolley transport. We had a car and parked in a paid garage in the next block. we would stay here again
Located in Downtown San Diego, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of San Diego Chinese Historical Museum, San Diego …More
Pocket Guide: Harbor Island Downtown San Diego Hotels
San Diego’s waterfront airport lies northwest of downtown, which is home to the San Diego Convention Center, PetCo Park stadium, and the Gaslamp Quarter’s. That historic neighborhood’s restaurants and bars are the hub of the city’s nightlife. Balboa Park and the San Diego Zoo form a green swath in this urban jungle. Offshore, Coronado Island offers postcard views of the city skyline.