Stayed 7 nights, king bed room; clean & very spacious. Area(neighborhood) was quiet, occasional fire truck or ambulance sirens in middle of night. Hotel was fairly secured. Overall, great stay, recommend to all. No children allowed though.
Traveller from La Mesa, San Diego/CA
Located in East County, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of San Diego State University, Grossmont College, and Mission …More
Greeted by a very personable Front Desk person. The price point was great for the quality of the hotel. The Hotel is an older facility but is well maintained. The room was extremely clean and the bed was of high quality. The TV was very new with a great selection of free stations.
The hotel is in a great location, close to the Gas light District, Little Italy, the Beach, and the Airport. There is a 7-11 a block away which very convenient.
A very pleasant stay with a very personable young staff.
Traveller from Scottsdale, AZ
Harborview Inn & Suites San Diego Harbor is 2 blocks from the city's Little Italy neighborhood. San Diego Zoo is a 7-minute …More
For us, there are two types of trips and the kind of trip determines how much we spend on the hotel. There are adventure trips, where the majority of your days will be spent out-and-about (say, at Sea World or something) and then there are respite trips during which the goal is to not do much of anything. For the former trip, we go pretty bare bones; the room is basically a place to sleep.
This, however, was a much-needed respite trip, and this place was perfect for that.
We thoroughly enjoyed our five-night stay here. The garden lanai room was spacious and we appreciated having both a small breakfast table and a "work" desk under the television. I hate watching television or reading in bed so having a couch and coffee table to do those things on was great.
We spent lovely mornings lazing about on chairs under gazebos scattered around the various ponds on the property or "our" seats on the back patio (we were only four feet away from one of the smaller pools; however, there were privacy bushes).
The staff was attentive and friendly. One really felt pampered thanks to little amenities, like being able to call up a golf cart to take you to the resort's market or have pizza delivered right to the room. You get a coffee maker and a mini-fridge, so we could save money with a short trip to a nearby grocery store and just eating cereal, fruit or pre-made salads in the room for lunch and breakfast.
We're happily childfree but the families didn't bother us at all.
Traveller from Phoenix, Arizona
Paradise Point Resort & Spa is on a private tropical island in San Diego’s Mission Bay. SeaWorld® is a 4-minute drive away …More
Very welcoming staff. The best I have to say. Our room was comfy but way too small for two. Can use upgrades overall. The bathroom needs to be upgraded for sure... one thing that stood out was, the bath towel, there was only ONE and it had a huge stain of blood. As for there breakfast, I loved how they had plenty of good choices to choose from. 👍🏻
Traveller from c
Located in Point Loma, this motel is 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Rock Church and within 3 mi (5 km) of Ocean Beach Park and Old Town …More
The location is amazing, the staff are helpful, but to note, the internet is EXTREMELY SLOW in the rooms, if you are someone who would like to work from home or even send an email, this will get on your nerves as it did mine.
when I complained, they told me " Its a router thing and we cant do anything about it"
well, anyways, its fun to stay there- but I was on a business trip and need certain basic amneties like a fast internet connection.
In the heart of downtown San Diego, this historic boutique hotel is 2 blocks from Horton Plaza, 4 blocks from the Gaslamp …More
The room I stayed in was ok. The room was very clean and spacious. They "do" need to update the shower thought. It's too low and you would have to kneel down to wash your head.
The other downside is that the Wifi signal was terrible. I would connect to the signal (two bars) but because they have it open (no security) than my device would get kicked out or I would just lose connection entirely because the signal was so weak.
If you plan to drive out of the parking lot you'd have to somehow do a u-turn in the parking lot. There isn't a way to go out since there are cars in the way of the exit around the corner.
This place is good if you're planning to stay here for 6 nights. Anymore than that and you'd feel like you got ripped off (even if the price was low). I stayed for 3 night so it was a good experience (3.5 stars in my book).
Traveller from Poway, Ca
Situated in a shopping district, this motel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Las Americas Premium Outlets and within 3 mi (5 km) of El …More
Spain’s foothold in California began here with Mission San Diego de Alcalá, a tourist-friendly church built in 1769. Nearby, Old Town’s historic buildings feature trendy bars and restaurants. Other major attractions include SeaWorld, Qualcomm Stadium, and Mission Bay Park, the nation’s largest waterfront park. South in Point Loma, the Cabrillo National Monument offers panoramic views of San Diego.