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Gaslamp Plaza Suites - San Diego Hotels

Gaslamp Plaza Suites

520 E St, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Great value hotel."
Great location and very well run hotel, in the very heart of the Gaslamp district.
A Traveller
Westgate Hotel - San Diego Hotels
AU$268

Westgate Hotel

1055 Second Ave, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Nice Hotel But Noisy Area"
Location is easy to get to and valet parking (no self-park) although not cheap was good and efficient. The entrance lobby is impressive and the Registration staff very welcoming. Our room was on the 11th floor and quite nice with a very comfy king bed. However, only one comfy chair to sit in! The desk chair was not comfortable to sit in! But the downer was the noise from the trolley and emergency services vehicles which was almost unending during the night.
Traveller from Australia
The Horton Grand Hotel - San Diego Hotels
AU$249

The Horton Grand Hotel

311 Island Ave, San Diego - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (2,608 reviews)
The Sofia Hotel - San Diego Hotels
AU$277

The Sofia Hotel

150 W Broadway, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Elegent hotel in very handy spot"
Beautiful hotel. The rooms were comfortable, though a bit small for my party ( myself and three children). The hotel is easy walking distance to anywhere Downtown and very accessible to the interstate. Parking fees were unexpected and expensive, though it was well worth the expense
A Traveller
Hotel Z - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality - San Diego Hotels
AU$197

Hotel Z - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality

521 6th Ave, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Cupcakes and First Rate service"
Cannot rate this hotel highly enough with perfect service, very comfortable rooms and a perfect central location. The free bikes to ride around the city & of course pineapple cup cakes every day from 3pm was another big bonus.
Traveller from Sydney
Villa Serena Motel El Cajon - El Cajon Hotels
AU$122

Villa Serena Motel El Cajon

771 El Cajon Blvd, El Cajon - Map
 
 
The Villa Serena Motel El Cajon is centrally located to most major attractions in Southern California. Whether spending the …More
Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego - San Diego Hotels
AU$287

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego

1 Market Pl, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Excellent choice"
Had a great view on 23rd floor with great view. Very clean and big enough for the 4 of us Teenage boys liked the basketball court and the sports bar had good burgers!
A Traveller
Urban Boutique Hotel - San Diego Hotels
AU$222

Urban Boutique Hotel

1654 Columbia Street, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Excellent"
Staff were always very friendly and helpful throughout whole stay. Perfect location for us. Great place to stay. Definitely recommend.
Traveller from Western Australia
Hard Rock Hotel San Diego - San Diego Hotels

Hard Rock Hotel San Diego

207 5th Ave, San Diego - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (2,339 reviews)
Harborview Inn & Suites San Diego Harbor - San Diego Hotels

Harborview Inn & Suites San Diego Harbor

550 West Grape St, San Diego - Map
 
 
3.0 out of 5 (1,621 reviews)

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    Accommodation In San Diego

    From the vineyards of Rancho Bernardo to the pier at Imperial Beach, San Diego woos travellers with sunshine, non-stop events and bay views. As an important seaport, California’s second-largest city boasts a rich maritime history, loads of culture and ample opportunity to be as lazy as your holiday self desires in our beachfront San Diego accommodation. 

    Planning San Diego holidays is quite easy, thanks to the fact that there’s a neighbourhood for everyone. Book accommodation near Belmont Park in Mission Beach to stay close to vintage roller coasters and the centre of San Diego’s most popular beach neighbourhoods. Further inland, the city centres around Balboa Park and extends north toward Los Angeles and south to Tijuana, Mexico.

    Things to Do in San Diego

    When you visit San Diego, you need a priority list to tackle all the sights and flavours in the “City in Motion”. Obviously, you’ve got to book accommodation in San Diego’s coolest districts where you can eat, sleep, explore, repeat. Start in Old Town, the site of California’s former capital. Sure, it’s a bit kitschy, but the colourful, old-timey shops are reminiscent of San Diego’s Latin heritage. While you’re uptown, it’s time to eat. East of Old Town, you’ll find Mission Hills, Hillcrest and North Park—all foodie and brewery neighbourhoods ready to satisfy casual taco enthusiasts or fine dining aficionados. With a belly full of SoCal cuisine, you’ll be ready for museum-hopping. Head to Balboa Park to visit the San Diego Air & Space Museum, Mingei International Museum, San Diego Zoo and much more. There are several free events in the park year-round, too, so get swept up in local celebrations before you head west to swab the decks of tall ships at the Maritime Museum in the harbour. Little Italy, located nearby, is a top stop for easygoing nightlife with nary a dive bar in sight. If you prefer more shenanigans, head to the Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego’s red light district of ages past and today’s club hub.   

    Getting To & Around San Diego

    Book flights to San Diego International Airport (SAN) and land only 4.5 km north of downtown San Diego hotels and attractions. Southern California is driving country and San Diego has the freeways to prove it. Public transportation—bus lines and trolleys—can get you to most stops on your itinerary, so you can skip the car hire if you aren’t in big hurry to get around.

    Best Time to Visit San Diego

    With weather as mild as California vibes, any time is a great time to visit San Diego. During the summer (June–September), many historical and cultural activities tend to attract crowds of holiday-makers, so plan accordingly. The important thing is, you can hit the beach any day. Did you hear that? Any day.

    Ready to find out why San Diego is considered “America’s Finest City”? Wotif has sweet deals on airfare and hotels in San Diego, so you can see for yourself. Hint: It might have something to do with bottomless margaritas on the beach.

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