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InterContinental San Diego

It is our pleasure to welcome you to San Diego at our modern waterfront hotel. Our team relishes the opportunity to share our expert, local insider knowledge to help you discover our city, and we look forward to curating your personalized & unforgettable stay with us.

Things to do
The Perfect Day

Morning

Wake up to a tranquil morning with a hearty breakfast at Vista Bar + Restaurant, where the menu features signature breakfast dishes inspired by the Pacific coastal cuisine, along with a buffet with an abundant display of morning favorites. Energized, start your discovery of San Diego at USS Midway, a historic aircraft carrier turned into a museum offering activities such as self-guided audio tours, flight simulators, climb-in aircraft, ejection seats and cockpits, guided tours of the bridge, and more. Discover the engine and the warplanes that won World War II amongst the Hangar Deck Exhibits, or walk up to the fighters and bombers to discover naval aviation in the age of today's modern technology.

Afternoon

For your afternoon, stroll the streets of Little Italy, a charming neighborhood founded in the 1920s as San Diego's fishing industry boomed. Savor a cup of gelato in the fountain-accented piazza, peruse the local boutiques and bodegas, and sample San Diego's delectable cuisine at one of the several restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs.

Evening

After a day of exploration, return to the hotel for a refreshing dip on the rooftop pool deck before savoring a Southern California sunset from either land or sea. See the city from a new perspective on a cocktail cruise, or simply bask in the breeze on the restaurant terrace with a local craft beer in hand and the catch of the day on your plate.

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Did You Know?
  • TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME

    InterContinental San Diego is located on the historic grounds of Lane Field, the former baseball stadium of the San Diego Padres from 1936 through 1957. Fans can walk (or run) in the footsteps of former players, including the famed Ted Williams, along glass sidewalk panels commemorating the exact locations of home plate and the three bases.

What to Pack