Great location near a lot of nice restaurants. We had Thai food just outside shelter island and it was the best Thai food we've had. Hotel is nice and comfortable. Staff are helpful and friendly. Great relaxing stay!
"Great Family place & excellent access to SeaWorld"
Everything was as advertised. The pictures that the hotel and Expedia show, don't do justice. We were in renovated rooms. We got an upgrade to the Marina View Rooms. The rooms were spacious and the parking is really close to the rooms. Other reviews say it's like a very high end motel. Everything is very convenient from where we were, steps the pool, steps to the parking lot and steps to the restaurant. The restaurant looked like it was going to be bad, but both meals we had there were Very Good. The food was cooked fresh and relatively for a hotel restaurant the prices were bearable. We went to Sea World and although there is no mention anywhere there is a free shuttle to Seaworld. They give you a schedule of times it runs which are very useful. So the parking fee you pay is offset by not paying for SeaWorld Shuttle. We would go back.
First time in San Diego. We rented a car ...easy to locate. Slightly snotty staff encountered at check in. November 5 th at about 1:00. Nightstaff tended to be more cheery!! Valet and concierge were great. Everything else was great! Hotel is clean modern and new. Great location to shops on grand ave and garnet ave. Younger crowd on pacific beach ....hotel next to Crystal pier. Great beach! Check out the sunset from the end of the pier!
We rented five rooms for our sons wedding. It was convenient, safe and quiet with a great view. If you are looking for a good clean place to stay without alot of frills this is it. I would also recommend the bar/restaurant that has good food and drinks at a decent price with a great view of the marina. The staff was very pleasant throughout the hotel.
During warm weather, crowds pack the waters off Mission Beach and Pacific Beach, two of the most popular stretches of San Diego sand. These laidback locales are known to host the occasional farmer’s market or arts festival. Mission Boulevard connects both beaches and leads north to La Jolla’s seaside estates. Dramatic sandstone cliffs shroud the La Jolla Cove, a small beach accessible by foot.