Nice hotel, in close proximity to a lot of activities available in San Diego. Only problem l had was with the rudeness of the concierge, but l didn’t want to make a scene, so l let it slide. Other than that, the hotel was very nice, and the rest of the staff were as well.
It was a nice stay, the staff seem to want to be there and was very helpful. I wish I had time to dine at their restaurant. It was a pleasant experience and I would recommend this place to anyone who wish to stay at a Victorian themed hotel with a rich historical background.
The hotel is in a nice location.... a block from both Petco Park and the convention center. We stayed on the 8th floor and had a great city view. The room was clean and comfortable. The only complaint was that there was a group of young people going up and down the hall away until 2:00 am on our ...
We had such a great time here. The staff was so sweet and the rooms are super kitsch! We loved the heated pools and the kids loved the blow up unicorn and flamingo floaties! There aren’t a ton of food options on the grounds but you can get a good cup of coffee before venturing out and Charlie’s was ...
Athletes, business people and vacationers are all drawn to San Diego hotels. Guests at hotels in San Diego often visit conventions and beaches. Several National Historic Landmarks, including the Presidio and Mission San Diego, are near hotels San Diego. Balboa Park boasts Baroque buildings erected for turn of the century world expos, not far from San Diego. Porto Vista Hotel reserves discount rooms, and Catamaran Resort & Spa is an up-market San Diego hotel.
San Diego Convention Center keeps a full calendar with events like ComicCon, World Fitness IDEA and the American Statistical Association for guests from San Diego hotels.
Sushi Ota makes some of the best sushi around hotels in San Diego. Snooze rouses diners' palates with Upside Down Pineapple Pancakes, and Kono's Cafe serves generous breakfasts at affordable prices.
The USS Midway Museum awes visitors from hotels San Diego with tours featuring veterans and others linked to the ship's own story. The authentic carrier loaded with genuine aircraft on deck saw nearly 50 years of service.
Horton Plaza in the heart of hotels in San Diego is a district designed to be explored by shopaholics armed with large bags. Fashion aficionados make their way to LaJolla and DelMar Plaza.
Joggers, swimmers and bicyclists enjoy easy access to their respective sports from their San Diego hotel. Spectators can visit Qualcomm Stadium for the NFL Chargers and Petco Park for the MLB Padres.
Room was an average room similar to Las Vegas or Laughlin. We had a great view of the Dole Fruit trucking plant and got to spend some quality time watching a boatload of fruit being unloaded. When we had enough of that we were able to view the railroad yard and all the trolleys that were being stored there. We also had great views of the Coronado Bridge and the freeway. Other than the showerhead in bathtub blowing water all over the bathroom floor it was great. Next Year? I doubt it - probably scope out a place in Little Italy or the Gaslamp.
It’s a nice hotel close to a lot of activities,restaurants and the beach
We had a problem with the lately check in... the girl in the front desk said we lost our entire reservation and we had to call Orbitz to confirm the payment almost one hour
As the strip hotels were busy due to the SEMA show, we decided to try a Fremont street hotel. The 4 Queens was available. Considering the location, the hotel was competitive and similar to the other hotels. It is an older hotel but the room was clean.