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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 8911 reviews
Great location and comfortable
By TimW3
Good access to highway and restaurants. Comfortable and secure rooms. [Less]
Great place to stay
By Hurfy09
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was clean with a comfortable. Only complaint is that I could hear traffic outside my window, but that really can't be helped in a city. The gym was [More] also very clean and quiet. Breakfast at the restaurant was delicious! Overall this was a great place to stay and the next time I am in town for work, I will be returning. [Less]
Good Bed
Bed was comfortable - I liked the sheets. The pillows were comfortable. Our room was way quieter than the last time we stayed here - we had very noisy neighbors. It was actually bad. [Less]
San Diego Stay: Clean, convenient and cost-effective
By NDeo
Excellent overall value for the money! I had a good stay for 2 nights. I will go back there again! [Less]
Excellent service
By gobruinss
Everyone was very friendly and professional. Great location, would stay again. Ample supplies in bathroom - especially towels! Comfortable beds. [Less]
poor beds
By _bat_
very stiff beds causing sever back pain, might be good for people who prefer stiff beds. [Less]
Few bumps along the way
By vanillagorilla80
The recent room remodel is fantastic - great modern coastal feel. A few nice details I appreciated were soft close drawers on the dresser/side tables, bedside lights with two power outlets and USB [More] (2A output too!), and a real freezer. The prep on the room post remodel left a bit to be desired. My first room was not properly cleaned - I found a construction blade along with thick layers of construction dust on the wall, window, and trim. I was graciously given another room which was fine aside from finding the fridge and microwave weren't plugged in - in fact the cords were still cable tied from the factory. Fortunately these kinks are temporary. Aside from some short term issues, definitely looking forward to the rest of the remodel being complete! [Less]
Great price for location
By T Business
Good location; great room, clean, comfortable and large; great service at check in and during breakfast service; friendly staff; nice pool area [Less]
front desk
By mximena
excellent service and pretty easy going but formal. Like it ! [Less]

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