Planning a vacation to San Diego? It would be relaxing and invigorating to stay there. San Diego calls as ‘America’s Finest City’. City’s sunny countenance and breezy confidence attract visitors from all across the world. Make a reservation at Hotels in San Diego and enjoy your trip.
The city bursts with world-famous attractions, including Legoland, zoo, SeaWorld, the museums of Balboa Park, beaches ranging from glamorous to raucous one, plus a bubbling downtown and America’s most perfect weather.
There are a few locations, where you can reserve your hotel and have exploring the city.
Gaslamp Quarter & Harbor Island
Located close to the bay, Gaslamp Quarter has been the center of the downtown San Diego. If you want to be close to the shops of Horton Plaza, reserve a San Diego hotel there, enjoy a wide range of dining options, and get access to entertainment heart of the city.
Sports fans can enjoy Padres game at PETCO Park. You can also get fill of pastas and pizzas in Little Italy. Those looking a quiet and scenic stay can choose Harbor Island on the water, at west of downtown.
Old Town & Hotel Circle
Old Town is just located North of Downtown. It’s the home of Old Town State Historic Park. At this place, you can shop for souvenirs authentic Mexican food, and get the chance to learn California’s Spanish heritage.
When heading towards east from Old Town is Hotel Circle. It’s the center of affordable hotels put in the canyons of Mission Valley. Make a stay here is convenient when going for exploring San Diego Zoo and other key attractions in Balboa Park.
Although people call Coronado an island, it’s a peninsula. The Silver Strand, a small strip of land, connects it to other parts of San Diego. The beachfront 1888 Hotel del Coronado, the most famous landmark is accessible by bridge heading south of downtown.
Rent a bike or car around to explore one of best sandy beaches or surf through the quaint shops that line close to Orange Avenue. This amazing place has Hotels in San Diego to stay and just explore places around.
Mission Bay & the Beaches
Located west and north to Old Town are the Mission Bay, Pacific Beach, and Ocean Beach. A stay at Mission Bay is ideal for families wanting to be close to water or visiting SeaWorld. Just grab a beach towel and go to enjoy beach neighborhoods on the nearby coast.
Hillcrest and its surrounding Uptown communities are located just north to Balboa Park. It was once a suburb for bankers and is now the heart of gay community in the city. Charming cafés, eclectic shops, and fine restaurants of Hillcrest is scattered widely to west up to Mission Hills and east to North Park and University Heights.
Traveling to north down the shoreline through Pacific Beach brings you to La Jolla. It’s the ‘jewel’ of the sea. It’s a posh playground for those looking for a casual afternoon.
Just go for shopping the chic boutiques in La Jolla Village. Here, you can get more active holiday, go for surfing or snorkeling.
Book Hotels in San Diego and enjoy your stay.