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3br Home/Apartment
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Situated in San Diego, this 3 bedroom apartment accommodates up to 12 guests and starts at just USD 333 per night. The accommodation is 117 sqm. It is located on the ground floor. This apartment is child-friendly. It also has internet (wifi, cable) access. It features 3 double beds and 6 sofa beds / futons and has 3 bathrooms. Bed linens and towels are included. Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a dish washer, a fridge, a freezer, a microwave, an oven, a coffee maker, a toaster, a dryer, and a washing machine. The property has a barbecue, a garden, and parking / a garage. Guests can also enjoy a TV. The property is suitable for pets. This is a no-smoking property. 8 guests have been welcomed to this property. Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
Hotel
Poor
496 reviews
35br 4-star Hotel
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  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
This family-friendly San Diego hotel is located near the airport, within a 15-minute walk of Westfield Horton Plaza, San Diego Convention Center, and Petco Park. San Diego City College and USS Midway Museum are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Hotel
Poor
758 reviews
159br 4-star Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Centrally located in Gaslamp Quarter, close to Little Italy, Hillcrest, North Park, and Coronado Island communities. The San Diego Convention Center, PETCO Park, and Horton Plaza Mall are within walking distance of this San Diego boutique hotel.
Hotel
Poor
367 reviews
64br 4-star Hotel
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  • Wifi
Built in 1913, this 10-story boutique hotel is located in the center of San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, amid numerous restaurants, shops, and nightclubs; the convention center is 8 blocks away.
Hotel
245br 3-star Hotel
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  • Smoking Allowed
The Courtyard by Marriott San Diego lies next to the historic Gaslamp Quarter and trolley stop, 2 blocks from Horton Plaza, and 8 blocks from the San Diego Convention Center.
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1br Other
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  • Wifi
This luxury camping accommodation can sleep two guests and boasts a queen-sized bed with a heated mattress pad and lovely, forested, mountain views. The 16-by-20-foot safari tent is made from recycled materials, including native incense cedar trees saved from the Cedar FIre of 2003. All of the furniture is either handmade or was found and brought back from the hosts' travels.The bathroom and kitchen were crafted from re-purposed pine planks from a previous remodeling project. In the bathroom, there is a clawfoot bath tub with unparalleled views of the surrounding area, as well as a shower, a sink, and toiletries. There is a fully equipped kitchen, in addition to a charcoal barbecue with a pizza oven attachment for guests to make homemade pizzas. In the living room, there is a fireplace to cozy up around during the nights.
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Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
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The Space*******HUGE Historic 1500 Square foot LOFT! Book early as this unit goes fast! Gorgeous, historic, second story loft space in the heart of Downtown San Diego. Enjoy almost 1500 square feet of loft space with 12 foot ceilings. This is the real deal, industrial/original architecture. Exposed concrete and vintage architectural appointments. WALK to the famous House of Blues, Palomar Hotel/Club the historic Grant, the convention center, and all Gas Lamp has to over! This unit is chic, decorated with contemporary furnishings, fully stocked kitchen, and huge bathroom. Huge space will ensure comfort and flexibility perfect for group stays. Take advantage of all these conveniences: RARE HISTORICAL SOCIETY BUILDING IN THE HEART OF SD **Secured Building (onsite security, cameras, res. only access) **Second Floor **Gyms Near By **Heating and Air Conditioning **Fire Place **Stylish Sealed Concrete Floors **Natural Light **Heart of Downtown **Restaurants and Bars Downstairs **Secure ONSITE Parking available **Walk to Horton Plaza, Gas Lamp, Convention Center, Seaport **Shows Right across the street **Walk to Horton Plaza **Fully Stocked Kitchen **Perfect for group stays **Free WiFi TV **Free High Speed Internet (50 mbps) **Free snacks, and Beverages **Free Online Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu **Flexible Check in/out **Surround Sound Bluetooth Stereo System Take advantage of multiple Transportation Options: **Uber Car Service (free $20 to new members) **Car2go **Taxi Services **Walk to Buses and Trolleys **Walk to Amtrak and Coaster train This space is perfect for the discerning guest(s) looking for the quality and comfort of a boutique hotel, but the creature comforts of a full home stay. Friendly hosts are often available for dinners, events and tours. Just ask :) Interior Design Concepts Include: **Bo Concepts **CB2 **Modani **Christy Linens **Flor **Local Artist and Architect Contributions **Contact me with any questions, and to inquire about last minute and advance booking discounts. Guest AccessGuests are invited to make full use of loft interior facilities. All kitchen accouterments, snacks and beverages (unless stipulated), electronic amenities and interior conveniences are for guest(s) enjoyment. Interaction with GuestsThough I am offsite, I am available to answer questions, and to ensure guest(s) have an amazing stay! The NeighborhoodIn the Heart of downtown! Core/Columbia/Gas Lamp. Across from Horton Plaza, Grant Hotel, House of Blues, Palomar Hotel and in the same building as House of Blues. Walk to all downtown has to offer. Getting AroundUber, Lyft, Car2go, Pedi Cabs, Taxis, Bus, Trolley, Free City Bikes, and of course Walking. Other Things to NoteAs a host for guests looking for a residential environment, we not only take great pride in our property, but in how we treat our guests and neighbors. We always request that guests treat our home as if it were their own, and kindly ask all house and common area rules be implemented at all times.
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Home/Apartment
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  • Gym
  • Breakfast
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The SpaceGreat view of the Gaslamp District in Downtown San Diego. Connected to Horton Plaza Guest AccessEverything, minus a closet Interaction with GuestsMinimal interaction, just how you like it. Give you the keys and show you around then nothing after that unless you request it. More than welcome to call or text for any questions. Getting AroundTaxis, bike-taxis, busses, but everything downtown is pretty easy walking distance
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Bedroom
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The SpaceHUGE Historic 1500 Square foot loft! Book early as this ROOM goes fast! Gorgeous, historic, second story loft space in the heart of Downtown San Diego. Enjoy almost 1500 square feet of loft space directly across the street from the famous House of Blues, Palomar Hotel/Club and the historic Grant! This unit is decorated with ultra contemporary furnishings, fully stocked kitchen, and huge bathroom. Huge space and FUN hosts will ensure comfort and flexibility perfect for shared stays. Take advantage of all these conveniences: RARE HISTORICAL SOCIETY BUILDING IN THE HEART OF SD **Secured Building (onsite security, cameras, res. only access) **Second Floor **On Site Gym **Heating and Air Conditioning **Fire Place **Stylish Sealed Concrete Floors **Natural Light **Heart of Downtown **Yard House Restaurant and Bar Downstairs **Secure ONSITE Parking available **Walk to Horton Plaza, Gas Lamp, Convention Center, Seaport **Shows Right across the street ** Across From House of Blues, Palomar Hotel, Yard House etc. **Across the street from Grant Hotel and Horton Plaza **Fully Stocked Kitchen **Perfect for group stays **Free WiFi TV **Free High Speed Internet (25 mbps) **Free snacks, and Beverages **Free City Parking Card Credit **Free Online Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu **Flexible Check in/out **Surround Sound Bluetooth Stereo System Take advantage of multiple Transportation Options: **Uber Car Service (free $20 to new members) **Car2go **Taxi Services **Walk to Buses and Trolleys **Walk to Amtrak and Coaster train This space is perfect for the discerning guest(s) looking for the quality and comfort of a luxury hotel, but the creature comforts of a full home stay. Friendly hosts are often available for dinners, events and tours. Just ask :) Interior Design Concepts Include: **Bo Concepts **CB2 **Modani **Christy Linens **Flor **Local Artist and Architect Contributions This unit is currently under renovation. We encourage guests to inquire, as we offer a huge discount!! New Photos are on the way! Contact me with any questions, and to inquire about last minute and advance booking discounts.
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Excellent
52 reviews
Home/Apartment
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  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
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  • Swimming Pool
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
1 review
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
  • Parking
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Gym
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The SpaceOur home provides guests with privacy as the bedrooms (your room and our room) are on opposite sides of the home. Your private room is also near the front door and your bathroom is inside the bedroom, providing a hotel-like suite! We are downtown, but an interior unit, so it is quiet and windows do not face the street. Our guest room has a plush and comfortable queen size bed, nightstand, dresser, TV, and seating bench. We have heating and air conditioning, which is rarely used since the weather is so great year-round! Guest AccessYou will have access to the living room, kitchen, dining room and balcony area, if you choose. However, most of our guests spend their time exploring our beautiful city! Garage/one parking space provided if requested in advance. Interaction with GuestsWe will be available if you have any questions about our place and be happy to provide recommendations for local attractions and restaurants. We have lived downtown for 10+ years and know the area very well. The NeighborhoodWe are walking distance to hundreds of restaurants, bars, the harbor/bay and other area attractions, such as Balboa Park, the Gaslamp, Convention Center, the USS Midway Museum and more. The neighborhood is safe and walkable, even at night, as the area is well-lit and clean. We are very close to public transportation which can take you to other places in San Diego. Getting AroundThere is a trolley stop just one block away from our home. The trolley can take you to major attractions all over San Diego. Day passes are only $5! If you need one parking spot, we can accommodate if requested in advance. Other Things to NoteWe have a very friendly dog (a 15 lb. mini-goldendoodle) who will be here during your stay. She loves people, so she may ask for some attention. :) We also do not have cable but provide a TV with a Fire Stick where you can access (either use our or your account) Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, etc. However, most guests say they don't watch TV since they are busy exploring the city!
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceThis condo is in the best location possible. Walk to Petco Park, Convention Center, Balboa Park, the Zoo, the Bay, etc... All the best restaurants and bars a stones throw away in every direction. The airport is just a 7 minute taxi ride. The famous Horton Plaza mall is just 2 blocks away! Walk Score calls it a "Walker's Paradise" with a rating of "100"! - Free Wifi up to 300mbps - Flat screen TV with HDMI cable and Roku to watch all your favorite shows/movies through Amazon Prime, Netflix and HBO Go (please note there is no cable)- Flat screen TV with HDMI cable and Roku to watch all your favorite shows/movies through Amazon Prime, Netflix and HBO Go (please note there is no cable) Guest AccessGuests have entire unit and access to all shared common areas. (Gym...) The Apartment has a washer and dryer in the unit. All essentials are included and will be packaged upon your arrival in a basket for your use: Shampoo, conditioner, towels, linens,soap and map to make getting around a snap There is metered street parking or public parking place in front of my building. And They usually charge $15 for overnight. The NeighborhoodGaslamp District 1. Live Music: The Gaslamp Quarter is the center of San Diego’s live music scene. Representing a wide range of musical genres, you will surely find a melody that moves you! Check out the House of Blues for big name acts, Croce’s Restaurant and Bar for jazz, The Field Irish Pub for lively drinking music, Sevilla for South-of-the-border musical flair, or Dick’s Last Resort for classic rock on their entertainment stage every night of the week. Florent, Patrick’s II, and Gaslamp Tavern are also popular venues for a diverse group of local music. 2. Shopping: One could spend days browsing unique boutiques and specialty shops along the Gaslamp Quarter’s 16 blocks. Visit G-Star to fulfill your denim dreams or Eyes on Fifth for a new pair of shades. Two floors of specialty wines are available at The Wine Bank Inc. and there are travel bags galore at Le Travel Store. Quicksilver Boardriders Club, Puma, and Oakley provide San Diego with all our sporting good needs. 3. Nightclubs: Unleash your inner dance goddess/god at one of the district’s many incendiary nightclubs! From local fav Stingaree to the ever changing interior of FLUXX to the underground electricity of Belo or Red C, the Gaslamp District is the ideal place to let loose and party the night away. 4. Festivals/Block Parties: Gaslamp Quarter is home to many popular festivals throughout the year including Mardi Gras, ShamROCK, Halloween Time, and the San Diego Film Festival. Locals look forward to June when the Taste of Gaslamp festival allows participants to explore and sample food from several restaurants in the district. The Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade is not to be missed in December! 5. History: This National Historic District was founded in 1867 when Alonzo Horton bought the land for $256. It contains many Victorian-era buildings and a rich history, some of which is of a less-than-wholesome nature. After becoming a red light and gambling district for sailors in the early 1900’s, a massive preservation and redevelopment effort in the 70’s and 80’s transformed the area into the internationally renowned destination that it is today. Take a walking tour of the Gaslamp, featuring local historians and reflections of its diverse past are seen throughout the area’s architecture. 6. Horton Plaza: A five-level architectural marvel, Horton Plaza is downtown San Diego’s retail sanctuary. Macy’s and Nordstrom’s are the massive complex’s featured department stores. With a movie theater, event space, diverse dining options, a gym, the Lyceum Theater, and even a dog park, this is much more than just a mall! 7. Petco Park: Located at 19 Tony Gwynn Way, the beautiful Petco Park is one of San Diego’s newest traditions. Opened in 2004, this uniquely-designed home of the Padres offers state-of-the-art fan amenities and spectacular views of San Diego Bay, the San Diego skyline, and Balboa Park. Integration of the historic Western Supply Co. building and the grassy “Park at the Park” that slopes above the outfield are only a few of the features that distinguish this spectacular baseball stadium. 8. Searsucker: Celebrity Chef Brian Malarky has opened 5 ultra-popular restaurants throughout San Diego including his the mega-hit, Sear sucker, which is located in the heart of the Gaslamp District. Time Magazine named it America’s #2 hottest restaurant! Featuring an open kitchen and airy design, Sear sucker serves local seafood with local lagers and ales. 9.San Diego Convention Center and San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau: The San Diego Convention Center is the city’s premiere, award-winning facility for major conventions, trade shows, meetings and special events. Situated along the harbor just a short walk from the main Gaslamp area, the attractive complex is a steward of San Diego with a commitment to sustainable practice and community leadership. In the same vein, The San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau works extremely hard to bring “happiness” to locals and visitors alike. 10. Harbor Cruises: The many cruises around San Diego Harbor offer scenic escapes away from the bustle of the city. You can eat and drink in style aboard a pleasure ship while enjoying the freedom of the water. For the more audacious, Pirate Ship Adventures provides the opportunity to join a buccaneer crew and participate in swashbuckling activities while exploring the Harbor. 11. Civic Theater: Catch a Broadway show, an opera, or a ballet at the San Diego Civic Theater, the region’s largest performing arts and community gathering center. Opened in 1965, the theater contains 2,967 seats and a chic interior. 12. The New Children’s Museum: Visitors and locals with children can think, play, and create at the innovative New Children’s Museum. This dynamic educational environment celebrates kids and the language of art, providing a safe space to learn and grow. The environmentally sustainable facility consists of galleries, interactive exhibits, open studio space, and an Arts Education Center. 13. Lucky’s Lunch Counter: Though new to the scene, Lucky’s Lunch Counter has quickly become a San Diego favorite. Themed like a retro Chicago lunch counter, the eatery serves traditional, high quality diner fare all day long. Located just across from Petco Park, Lucky’s is the perfect place to catch a meal before or after the big game! 14. The Trolley: Cars and taxis are not necessary here. The Gaslamp Quarter is conveniently located along the San Diego Trolley Orange Line. From San Ysidro to Santee, downtown’s entertainment district is easily accessible via an efficient and comfortable trolley from all over San Diego. 15. Copley Symphony Hall: Home to the San Diego Symphony, this multi-functional facility was originally The Fox Theater movie palace, built in 1929. State-of-the-art digital sound and lighting capabilities have been installed in this continually updated venue, but, rest assured, the original look of the lobbies and performance chamber have been preserved. A full-sized Robert Morton pneumatic pipe organ and two carbon-arc film projectors are featured within the performance chamber. This symphony hall is not just for music though, it can accommodate comedy shows, corporate and civic events, and film screenings. 16. The San Diego-Coronado Bridge: Though not directly in the Gaslamp, this stunning structure provides an amazing backdrop to the neighborhood. Majestically arching over the bay and linking downtown San Diego with the resort city of Coronado, The San Diego-Coronado Bridge is a local landmark. Its two mile length is uniquely designed as a 200-foot high curve to accommodate the large Naval ships that pass underneath. The bridge’s eastern support pillars are located in Chicano Park and feature the largest collection of Chicano art murals in the world. I highly recommend taking the ferry to Coronado Island for the day and renting electric bikes to check out the island. 17. Segways: Explore the Gaslamp Quarter aboard the latest in electric, two-wheeled personal transportation technology, the Segway! History and culinary tours can be experienced aboard these fun and quirky vehicles. Quickly maneuvering down the sidewalk by leaning back and forth is the best way to navigate Gaslamp’s many blocks. 18. Seaport Village: Just a short walk from the Gaslamp, along the scenic San Diego Bay, sits the waterfront shopping, dining, and entertainment complex of Seaport Village. Cobblestone pathways, ponds, lakes, fountains, and tropical landscape wind through a plethora of architectural styles housing a variety of boutique shops. Everything from San Diego souvenirs to high-end apparel and art galleries can be found in Seaport Village’s 54 shops, 13 casual eateries, and 4 fine dining restaurants. Musicians and street artists inhabit this nostalgic seaside village year-round and an 1895 antique Charles Loof carousel is another major attraction! Getting AroundRight in the heart of Gaslamp. Walking distance to everything Gaslamp has to offer. Care to venture out ? Jump on the trolley and grab a bite to eat in little Italy or go shopping at Fashion Valley Mall. Area Map will be provided for you as well as trip planner phone numbers. Other Things to NoteThere is a TV that works by HDMI cord . Which means you can connect your laptop to watch movies or netflix. There is also Roku TV which gives you access to thousands of current shows, movies, music, Netflix & entertainment. Security deposit is %100 refundable and is only there to cover damage/missing items.
Hotel
55br 3-star Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Located in Downtown San Diego, this aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of Westfield Horton Plaza, San Diego Convention Center, and Petco Park. San Diego City College and USS Midway Museum are also within 1 mi (2 km).
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceThis condo is in the best location possible. Walk to Petco Park, Convention Center, Balboa Park, the Zoo, the Bay, etc... All the best restaurants and bars a stones throw away in every direction. The airport is just a 7 minute taxi ride. The famous Horton Plaza mall is just 2 blocks away! Walk Score calls it a "Walker's Paradise" with a rating of "100"! Guest AccessGuests have entire unit The Apartment has a washer and dryer. All essentials are included and will be packaged upon your arrival in a basket for your use: Shampoo, conditioner, towels, linens,soap and map to make getting around a snap There is metered street parking or public parking a cross the building. And They usually charge $15 for overnight. The NeighborhoodGaslamp!!! The building is on F street and between 6th and 5th in the most popular Gaslamp District. 1. Live Music: The Gaslamp Quarter is the center of San Diego’s live music scene. Representing a wide range of musical genres, you will surely find a melody that moves you! Check out the House of Blues for big name acts, Croce’s Restaurant and Bar for jazz, The Field Irish Pub for lively drinking music, Sevilla for South-of-the-border musical flair, or Dick’s Last Resort for classic rock on their entertainment stage every night of the week. Florent, Patrick’s II, and Gaslamp Tavern are also popular venues for a diverse group of local music. 2. Shopping: One could spend days browsing unique boutiques and specialty shops along the Gaslamp Quarter’s 16 blocks. Visit G-Star to fulfill your denim dreams or Eyes on Fifth for a new pair of shades. Two floors of specialty wines are available at The Wine Bank Inc. and there are travel bags galore at Le Travel Store. Quicksilver Boardriders Club, Puma, and Oakley provide San Diego with all our sporting good needs. 3. Nightclubs: Unleash your inner dance goddess/god at one of the district’s many incendiary nightclubs! From local fav Stingaree to the ever changing interior of FLUXX to the underground electricity of Belo or Red C, the Gaslamp District is the ideal place to let loose and party the night away. 4. Festivals/Block Parties: Gaslamp Quarter is home to many popular festivals throughout the year including Mardi Gras, ShamROCK, Halloween Time, and the San Diego Film Festival. Locals look forward to June when the Taste of Gaslamp festival allows participants to explore and sample food from several restaurants in the district. The Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade is not to be missed in December! 5. History: This National Historic District was founded in 1867 when Alonzo Horton bought the land for $256. It contains many Victorian-era buildings and a rich history, some of which is of a less-than-wholesome nature. After becoming a red light and gambling district for sailors in the early 1900’s, a massive preservation and redevelopment effort in the 70’s and 80’s transformed the area into the internationally renowned destination that it is today. Take a walking tour of the Gaslamp, featuring local historians and reflections of its diverse past are seen throughout the area’s architecture. 6. Horton Plaza: A five-level architectural marvel, Horton Plaza is downtown San Diego’s retail sanctuary. Macy’s and Nordstrom’s are the massive complex’s featured department stores. With a movie theater, event space, diverse dining options, a gym, the Lyceum Theater, and even a dog park, this is much more than just a mall! 7. Petco Park: Located at 19 Tony Gwynn Way, the beautiful Petco Park is one of San Diego’s newest traditions. Opened in 2004, this uniquely-designed home of the Padres offers state-of-the-art fan amenities and spectacular views of San Diego Bay, the San Diego skyline, and Balboa Park. Integration of the historic Western Supply Co. building and the grassy “Park at the Park” that slopes above the outfield are only a few of the features that distinguish this spectacular baseball stadium. 8. Searsucker: Celebrity Chef Brian Malarky has opened 5 ultra-popular restaurants throughout San Diego including his the mega-hit, Sear sucker, which is located in the heart of the Gaslamp District. Time Magazine named it America’s #2 hottest restaurant! Featuring an open kitchen and airy design, Sear sucker serves local seafood with local lagers and ales. 9.San Diego Convention Center and San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau: The San Diego Convention Center is the city’s premiere, award-winning facility for major conventions, trade shows, meetings and special events. Situated along the harbor just a short walk from the main Gaslamp area, the attractive complex is a steward of San Diego with a commitment to sustainable practice and community leadership. In the same vein, The San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau works extremely hard to bring “happiness” to locals and visitors alike. 10. Harbor Cruises: The many cruises around San Diego Harbor offer scenic escapes away from the bustle of the city. You can eat and drink in style aboard a pleasure ship while enjoying the freedom of the water. For the more audacious, Pirate Ship Adventures provides the opportunity to join a buccaneer crew and participate in swashbuckling activities while exploring the Harbor. 11. Civic Theater: Catch a Broadway show, an opera, or a ballet at the San Diego Civic Theater, the region’s largest performing arts and community gathering center. Opened in 1965, the theater contains 2,967 seats and a chic interior. 12. The New Children’s Museum: Visitors and locals with children can think, play, and create at the innovative New Children’s Museum. This dynamic educational environment celebrates kids and the language of art, providing a safe space to learn and grow. The environmentally sustainable facility consists of galleries, interactive exhibits, open studio space, and an Arts Education Center. 13. Lucky’s Lunch Counter: Though new to the scene, Lucky’s Lunch Counter has quickly become a San Diego favorite. Themed like a retro Chicago lunch counter, the eatery serves traditional, high quality diner fare all day long. Located just across from Petco Park, Lucky’s is the perfect place to catch a meal before or after the big game! 14. The Trolley: Cars and taxis are not necessary here. The Gaslamp Quarter is conveniently located along the San Diego Trolley Orange Line. From San Ysidro to Santee, downtown’s entertainment district is easily accessible via an efficient and comfortable trolley from all over San Diego. 15. Copley Symphony Hall: Home to the San Diego Symphony, this multi-functional facility was originally The Fox Theater movie palace, built in 1929. State-of-the-art digital sound and lighting capabilities have been installed in this continually updated venue, but, rest assured, the original look of the lobbies and performance chamber have been preserved. A full-sized Robert Morton pneumatic pipe organ and two carbon-arc film projectors are featured within the performance chamber. This symphony hall is not just for music though, it can accommodate comedy shows, corporate and civic events, and film screenings. 16. The San Diego-Coronado Bridge: Though not directly in the Gaslamp, this stunning structure provides an amazing backdrop to the neighborhood. Majestically arching over the bay and linking downtown San Diego with the resort city of Coronado, The San Diego-Coronado Bridge is a local landmark. Its two mile length is uniquely designed as a 200-foot high curve to accommodate the large Naval ships that pass underneath. The bridge’s eastern support pillars are located in Chicano Park and feature the largest collection of Chicano art murals in the world. I highly recommend taking the ferry to Coronado Island for the day and renting electric bikes to check out the island. 17. Segways: Explore the Gaslamp Quarter aboard the latest in electric, two-wheeled personal transportation technology, the Segway! History and culinary tours can be experienced aboard these fun and quirky vehicles. Quickly maneuvering down the sidewalk by leaning back and forth is the best way to navigate Gaslamp’s many blocks. 18. Seaport Village: Just a short walk from the Gaslamp, along the scenic San Diego Bay, sits the waterfront shopping, dining, and entertainment complex of Seaport Village. Cobblestone pathways, ponds, lakes, fountains, and tropical landscape wind through a plethora of architectural styles housing a variety of boutique shops. Everything from San Diego souvenirs to high-end apparel and art galleries can be found in Seaport Village’s 54 shops, 13 casual eateries, and 4 fine dining restaurants. Musicians and street artists inhabit this nostalgic seaside village year-round and an 1895 antique Charles Loof carousel is another major attraction! Getting AroundRight in the heart of Gaslamp. Walking distance to everything Gaslamp has to offer. Care to venture out ? Jump on the trolley and grab a bite to eat in little Italy or go shopping at Fashion Valley Mall. Area Map will be provided for you as well as trip planner phone numbers. Other Things to NoteSecurity deposit is %100 refundable and is only there to cover damage/missing items.
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Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Gym
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceOur spacious studio condos sleep up to four guests and measure approximately 495-608 square feet. You'll enjoy one king bed, a queen sleeper sofa, one full bath and a partial kitchen which includes a blender, coffee maker, toaster/toaster oven, microwave, 2-burner stove, refrigerator/ freezer, complimentary WIFI. Guest AccessAmenities •Exercise Gym •Sauna & Steam Room •Concierge Desk •Complimentary WIFI •Laundry Facilities •Air Conditioned •Business Center •Business Kiosk •Elevators •Fax •Guest Laundromat •Handicap Facilities •Laundry/Valet •Porters •Ramp Access to Buildings •Safe •Safe Deposit Box •Sprinklers In Rooms •Valet Parking •Valet service is $32 per night •Wakeup Service •Wheel Chair Access Interaction with GuestsYou will check in and then enjoy the Gas Lamp District and all the amenities. The NeighborhoodDiscover a bustling urban retreat in the heart of downtown San Diego. This condi is an ideal destination for couples and business travelers. This vacation rentals is in the heart of San Diego shops, restaurants, cafés, art galleries and nightlife. You'll enjoy an unforgettable urban vacation in the heart of the newly revitalized Gaslamp Quarter. Famed attractions like Balboa Park, SeaWorld Adventure Park and Torrey Pines National Reserve are just a short drive away. Getting AroundBus and train nearby Gaslamp Quarter - 0.0 mile USS Midway Museum - 0.9 mile San Diego Zoo - 2.7 miles Balboa Park - 2.7 miles Maritime Museum of San Diego - 1.3 mile Seaport Village - 1.1 mile Point Loma - 9.6 miles SeaWorld San Diego - 7.9 miles Torrey Pines State Reserve - 18.3 miles LEGOLAND ® California - 34.2 miles Maritime Museum of San Diego - 1.2 mile Old Town - 4.5 miles Other Things to NoteOverlooking the vibrant heart of the Gaslamp Quarter, This condo treats guests to an unbeatable downtown location. Step outside your door and find yourself within walking distance of the best shops, restaurants, arts galleries, coffee shops and nightlife that San Diego has to offer. Those looking to explore San Diego's premier attractions will love this resort's convenient location to Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo and Seaport Village. This condo is easily accessible from major freeways and airports. This condo is in Downtown San Diego and enjoy the best Gaslamp Quarter happenings. Catch a San Diego Padre's baseball game at PETCO Park, relax at a sidewalk cafe or dine at one of the trendy restaurants. The choice is yours! Head over to Little Italy near downtown and check out the quaint restaurants and coffee shops. A few miles out, discover famed cultural sites and historic Spanish architecture at Old Town San Diego. Families will love a visit to the San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld San Diego, San Diego Natural History Museum and the San Diego Museum of Art. Learn about maritime history at the USS Midway Museum or shop ‘til you drop at the Seaport Village. Nature lovers can enjoy a full day of hiking at the Torrey Pines National Reserve, just a short 18 mile drive away.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Gym
The SpaceLocation, Location, (email hidden)dern decor second floor loft in Downtown San Diego, CA. Located in the heart of the Historic Gaslamp District, the condo is a light and bright east facing unit with lots of sunlight in the mornings. Half a mile from the San Diego Bay so we experience moderate temperatures year round. The unit has overhead Air Conditioning and heating but we use it maybe twice a year. You'll be in the midst of all Downtown San Diego action. You are about 6 blocks from the San Diego Convention Center and adjacent Seaport Village Boardwalk. Also in walking distance are Little Italy's restaurants, Petco Park baseball stadium, and more wonderful bars/restaurants than you can visit in one trip. A short bike ride away is the world famous San Diego Zoo and Balboa park. Only 5miles by cab or a 20 minute ferry ride to Coronado Island and Silver Strand State Beach, which is routinely voted as one of the top 10 beaches in the USA. It's the perfect location! The Gaslamp District is a very busy area, bustling with locals, visitors, tourists, baseball fans and party goers that converge on downtown, especially on weekends. Crowds of people are walking the streets until 2AM when the bars close, it is a safe area to be out at nighttime. The Condo is very well constructed with sound insulation, recently built in 2004, so none of the sounds and craziness from the streets below make its way into the unit. Public transportation is very accessible: buses, taxis, trolley and pedi-cabs at the doorstep. Everything you need as if it were your home: -1 King Sized Bed -Overhead exposed Air Conditioner/Heating unit -Dishwasher -Washer and Dryer -Full Shower and Bathtub -Wireless internet -Big-screen TV with Netflix -Community Area with BBQ -Onsite gym I am flexible with check in/out, if no one else is checking in/out prior/after your stay. Otherwise, check in is after 3 pm and check out is 12pm. No parking is available, but there is plenty of street parking if you park early in the morning, a pay lot right behind the complex, and two blocks away a covered lot that allows patrons to leave their car overnight. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the gym in the condo complex, the community area in the complex which has a BBQ and picnic tables and the entire condo. Interaction with GuestsWe will interact with the guest as much or as little as you like. We live in downtown San Diego as well so we are available if there are any concerns about the condo. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is fairly loud on the weekends and during certain holidays. Since the condo is right in the Gaslamp there are many restaurants and bars that are within walking distance. There is a great bar and coffee shop right downstairs as well. Getting AroundThe trolley is very convenient to the condo. It is a 5 minute walk to get to the trolley which can take you to Mission Valley, San Diego State University, USD and Qualcomm Stadium. Buses are also nearby which can take you basically anywhere in San Diego. The water taxi is a 15 minute walk from the condo and that can take you to Coronado.