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Featured San Diego Hotels


San Diego, with 70 miles of coastline, moderate year-round climate, pristine parks, zoos, craft breweries, a bustling nightlife and much more, is a popular and fantastic pick for a sunny California beachfront vacation. IHG invites you to stay at all of our San Diego hotels, where you’ll always find yourself in a great place to enjoy the city.


Things to See

Many visitors come to San Diego to enjoy dozens of soft, sandy beaches, some of which are famously flanked by colorful reefs, charming tide pools and rugged cliffs. The flat landscape of Coronado Beach offers a romantic setting, while La Jolla Beach gives families options for picnics, spending hours in its grassy park or taking scuba classes, and Silver Strand is great for camping next to the coastline. Join or watch surfing in Tourmaline Surfing Park or Solana Beach, see the annual U.S. Open Sandcastle Competition each summer at Imperial Beach, and The Strand, or Pacific Beach, gives large crowds two miles of leisure, shopping, restaurants or simple relaxation. If you prefer heading inland, there is an abundance of attractions including Legoland California, Balboa Park, SeaWorld, the Living Coast Discovery Center, Birch Aquarium, the San Diego Zoo and the zoo's Safari Park. Also visit San Diego's museums, which are as diverse as its visitors. Young visitors can check out the New Children's Museum, Children's Discovery Museum or the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, all of which offer hands-on experiences. Also don’t miss the San Diego Model Railroad Museum, which features the largest model railroad display in the world, spanning 27,000 square feet.


Hotels in San Diego

You'll want to book hotels well in advance if you're visiting during peak summer season. Lower hotel rates are found from March through May, and September through November. Many San Diego family hotels offer recreational amenities such as outdoor heated pools, which guests usually find more comfortable than unheated pools since the average summer temperature is only 76 degrees. Boost your value even further by looking for weekly rate hotels in San Diego, or hotels with complimentary breakfasts and nightly manager's receptions.


Where to Stay

San Diego has many distinct districts. Coronado's sparkling sand and beckoning beaches make it a popular pick for romantic retreats. The Gaslamp Quarter comes alive at night with an array of popular clubs and restaurants. While these 16 blocks are well-known for rooftop bars and chic nightclubs, they're also family friendly during the day, putting you near the New Children's Museum and San Diego Zoo. Mission Valley and Old Town offer an historic feel while keeping you just minutes from the city's big-name attractions. If you're interested in outdoor activities, East County will call to you with hiking, biking, and climbing opportunities in Anza Borrego State Park.


How to Get to San Diego

San Diego International Airport is centrally located and serviced by most major airlines. The San Diego Trolley provides convenient transportation around the city with three trolley lines and 53 stations. The North County Transit District's Coaster trains offer service to nearby beach communities from downtown San Diego and Old Town. If you're travelling further, the 22-mile SPRINTER rail system connects San Diego to Vista, Oceanside, Escondido, and San Marcos. Book hotels throughout the city with InterContinental Hotels Group, find the perfect room for your vacation and begin planning your visit.

Latest San Diego Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for San Diego Hotel
(4.4 / 5) of 9974 reviews
great service
By kevin433
while I was in the hospital for 6 days the staff helped my wife by extending our stay and showing genuine concern for my well being. [Less]
Business in San Diego
By sofia16
Nice place to stay at. Kinda of a cool theme going on with Hawaii. Dinner in one of the ballrooms wasn't the greatest thing ever. Had to go elsewhere. Overall pretty friendly staff though especially [More] the shuttle attendant. [Less]
Great Stay
By Falcon31
The hotel staff and facilities were great. Really appreciated the restaurant and bar staff. They were pleasant, knowledgeable and very friendly. The food and drinks were really good, as well. [Less]
Great local stay hotel
By Johann2016
We stayed here and had a wonderful time visiting san Diego and points north. Hotel was convenient clean and friendly. It is not a resort hotel but a nice comfortable place to stay for a reasonable [More] price. I highly recommend it. the staff is awesome and family like. Thanks John [Less]
Great service at front desk and location of hotel
By bike75
Yadi and Kvazin are wonderful and helpful parking was good and location. Room was clean and food was good and food area was clean. They have a great staff there. [Less]
yes great place to stay
By buddies for life
great place to stay we will book here again in the future [Less]
Great stay
By tracing
Loved the friendliness and efficiency of hotel staff. Hotel felt a bit dated--old, slow elevators. Internet was fast and easy to connect. Parking was convenient downstairs. Location was good. [Less]
very good place to stay
By Jim from Dallas
very good place to stay when you visit san diego. you will love it. [Less]
Nice hotel
By MDH99
This is a very nice hotel in downtown San Diego. The Gas Lamp Area, Petco Field and plenty of restaurants are all within walking distance. The hotel is being renovated so some noise and dust is to be [More] expected. I can't complain about a place trying to improve. The hotel makes sure the work is done during normal business hours so that it doesn't interfere with your morning or evenings. My only complaint would be the cleanliness of the bathroom. I found several hairs stuck to the bathtub as well as black mold in the bathroom window. Dust from the renovation is to be expected but not mold or hair. The breakfast is well stocked with plenty of variety. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to San Diego. [Less]

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