Traveling to San Diego and wondering where to stay? Here are the best places to stay according to our local experts, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels, bed and breakfasts, and hostels.
Raise the bar at the wine bar, with its serve-yourself “wine stations” – put goblet under a burnished-metal nozzle, push the button and out comes your designated serving of vino. -- Bloomingdale's via Foursquare
Use the parking garage at 6th and K. It's way cheaper than the valet at the Marriott and just right across the street. It'll save you about $20 versus leaving your car overnight at the hotel garage. -- Nicole Goetz via Foursquare
Rent a paddle board or kayak!! Instead of spending a hundred bucks to sit on a jet ski for a hour, you get a nice work out for under twenty $!! :) if you need help, the people are nice and patient too -- Jessica LeBaron via Foursquare
On Wednesday nights there is an awesome performer named Rick Ross who plays amazing piano, sax, flute, harmonica, and sings. Very romantic and entertaining. Def recommend being here on a Wed. night :) -- Cindy Broome via Foursquare
Hotel only offers valet parking, for $32/day (plus tips). The valet will park your car in the multi-story directly across Columbia St., which charges $15/day if you do it yourself. -- Paul Chambers via Foursquare
Don't stay here unless you have a car (& if you do have a car be prepared to pay $30 bucks a day to park!), there is NOTHING within walking distance. You will need to eat EVERY meal & DRINK there!! -- Bill Hamberg via Foursquare
One of my favorite hotels to stay in SD. 4th floor balcony. That's where I always request to stay. I like to indulge an a cigar or two, with a drink and warm weather do it right outside the room?!? -- Doug Dadis via Foursquare