Located in the heart of Old Town this affordable hotel offers daily continental breakfast and free wireless high speed internet. Located in Old Town with easy freeway access the hotel is no more than 10 minutes to all major San Diego destinations.

The historic Spreckels Mansion is the center of this Coronado Hotel. Book now and save some money on your stay! The hotel offers daily breakfast and midday tea, coffee and cookies.

The Courtyard San Diego Downtown hotel

The Courtyard San Diego Gaslamp Convention Center is ideally located steps from the Gaslamp Quarter, just 4 blocks from the San Diego Convention Center and close to the best restaurants, attractions and shopping in the city.

Our San Diego, CA hotel is ideally located in the historic Gaslamp district, two blocks to the San Diego Convention Center, adjacent to PETCO Park and within walking distance to shopping at Horton Plaza & Seaport Village.

Residence Inn San Diego Downtown/Bayfront is within walking distance to the San Diego Convention Center, Historic Lane Field, Gaslamp Quarter and Downtown San Diego. Explore nearby Sea World, Old Town, and the San Diego Zoo all just minutes away.

Located on 12 lushly landscaped acres along a ridge overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the Carlsbad Flower Fields, this world-class Carlsbad resort delivers magnificent views.

Hotels in San Diego California

Most hotel properties listed in this section range from small budget friendly or family hotels that cater to groups or business travelers to ultimate high end hotel properties. San Diego hotels offer a great opportunity to stay in historic landmarks or luxurious resorts. Many hotel properties listed in this area are from the Hilton, Sheraton, Ritz Carlton, Marriott Hotels, Residence Inn by Marriott, Courtyard by Marriott, Choice Hotels, Days Inn, Holiday Inn, Omni, Hard Rock and Hyatt. The Historic Spreckels Mansion the Glorietta Bay Inn and Hotel Del Coronado are incredible landmarks to discover.

San Diego is home to Sea World, The World Famous San Diego Zoo, Legoland, The USS Midway Carrier Museum, Balboa Park, San Diego Air and Space Museum, The San Diego Automotive Museum, Qualcomm Stadium, Fishermans Landing, SeaForth Sport Fishing, San Diego International Airport, Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego Bay, Maritime Museum, La Jolla Kayak, Hike Bike Kayak, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach and Old Town. The Western Inn in Old Town San Diego offers great discount hotel rates and is central to anywhere in San Diego. Mission Valley and Hotel Circle are located off the 8 freeway which leads to Barona Casino, Viejas Casino and Sycuan Casino. Gaslamp Quarter in the summer is home to the San Diego Padres. Downtown is also home to the San Diego Convention Center which hosts the popular Comic Con annual in July.

Things to do in San Diego. The top beaches are located in San Diego. Staring in north county, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Del Mar and La Jolla are well known for great surfing. These beaches also feature large sand areas ideal for families and groups. Kayaking tours operate out of La Jolla and tour the La Jolla Caves and leopard sharks in the ocean surrounding the beach. In San Diego Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Sunset Cliffs and Ocean Beach are well known for surfing and are large college gathering areas. Pacific Beach and Mission Beach offer great breweries and American cuisine.Moving down through San Diego to the Tijuana Border Coronado and Imperial Beach are surfing destinations. Coronado is a landmark beach with white sand that fronts the famous Hotel Del Coronado. The Hotel Del Coronado is long suspected to be a haunted hotel with the ghost of Kat Morgan.

Traffic in San Diego is heaviest in the morning hours along the 5 freeway and in the afternoon between 4pm and 6pm. Traffic at the Chula Vista and San Ysidro borders are usually heavy throughout the day. Restaurants in La Jolla, Downtown, Gaslamp Quarter and Old Town typically have long waits for dinner. The Whaley House in Old Town is a nationally declared haunted location.

Other fun spots to visit include the Stein Family Farm, a two-acre living history farm museum in National City. The space has a Victorian farmhouse with original furnishings, a century-old barn, an organic garden of heirloom vegetables, and farm animals including emus, sheep, pigs, and a dwarf dairy goat. The city-owned property is considered the last original farmstead in National City. The secret past of Pioneer Park will send chills down your spine. The grassy Mission Hills gathering place was formerly a 19th-century Catholic burial ground called the Calvary Cemetery. The city removed the gravestones in the 1960s to build the park, but 4,000 bodies still remain underground.Step back in time for a tour of a historic Julian gold mine from the 1870s. Eagle Mining Co. guides visitors through 1,000 feet of hard rock tunnels, complete with a look at historic milling and extraction techniques.