Where to stay in San Diego
Downtown San Diego
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Port of San Diego and B Street Cruise Ship Terminal are a few top attractions in Downtown San Diego. Hop around the city on the metro at America Plaza Trolley Station or County Center - Little Italy Station and check out the area's fantastic nightlife, fascinating museums, and beautiful waterfront views.
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Relax in beachside cafés in the morning, surf clean breaks in the afternoon and dance with a youthful club crowd at night at this coastal San Diego strip.
San Diego’s historic heart has shed its seedy past to emerge as one of the city’s premier dining, shopping and entertainment hubs.
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Known for its stunning beaches and popular shops, there's plenty to explore in Mission Valley. Check out top attractions like Hotel Circle and SDCCU Stadium, and jump on the metro at Mission Valley Center Station or Hazard Center Station to see more of the city.
If you're spending some time in Mission Beach, Mission Beach and Belmont Park are top sights worth seeing.
Top Hotels in San Diego
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San Diego Beach Vacation
If you're eager to escape the city crowds, a San Diego vacation is just the ticket. There's no end to the picturesque views to take in during a trip to San Diego. Those who love the water may already be familiar with Mission Beach (7 miles (11 km) away) and will probably want to stay nearby. But there's no need to worry if the nearest hotels are full. Many visitors also take advantage of San Diego packages around Mission and Pacific Beaches and North Cove Beach.
Things You Should Know About San Diego
- Fall asleep to the gentle sounds of the sea in one of our San Diego beach hotels. There's nothing better than staying close to the ocean.
- Private vacation homes are another top choice for those planning a vacation in San Diego. Some great examples are Modern Poolside and Baja Sands 4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms Home.
- San Diego has a population of around 1,307,400 people. Why not head out and have a conversation with a few of them? It's a great way to get a little inside intel on the place! Also look up our San Diego things to do page.
- If you're searching for places to visit while you're in town, add Mission and Pacific Beaches, North Cove Beach and Kellogs Beach to your travel schedule. Also, be sure to look into our San Diego vacation deals to save loads on your hotels and experiences.