Where to Stay in San Diego
When you hear the words “San Diego” your mind probably conjures palm tress, surfers, skateboarders, and Spanish missions. And you’d be right! We have all that, plus fine art in Balboa Park, a thriving local small business sector, and world class food, craft cocktails, and craft coffee. Stop worrying about where to stay in San Diego: Whether you’re visiting San Diego for business or pleasure, you’re sure to find somewhere comfortable to lay your head.
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The Pendry – THE new, hot, place to stay in San Diego with three on-site restaurants and a rooftop pool. Downtown
Staypineapple at Hotel Z – A bright and quirky downtown hotel within walking distance to the convention center and Petco Park. Downtown
The Pearl Hotel – A small, retro, boutique hotel. Read my full review here. Point Loma
Porto Vista – Tucked away in Little Italy, this smaller hotel has lovely rooftop views. Little Italy
The Dana on Mission Bay – Watch paddle-boarders and jet-skiers from these rooms and bungalows that curve along the bay. Mission Bay
Paradise Point – Mission Bay
King’s Inn – Your budget will thank you, but you won’t be sacrificing style in this retro family friendly destination in Hotel Circle. Mission Valley
Town & Country San Diego – On the campus of San Diego’s original convention center, this classic hotel still hosts hundreds of events every year. Mission Valley