Hotels Near Dhanika In San Diego

5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.34km from Pangaea Outpost
Good breakfast, big room, parking lot
FromUS$259
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.34km from Pangaea Outpost
This was our 2nd stay at Tower23 and it has become one of our all time favorite places to stay. The location is perfect with many cool shops and restaurants within walking distance. Check-in was easy with online/mobile option available. Staff is very friendly and helpful with any requests. The rooms are clean and have everything you could need while away from home. The views and sunsets are amazing especially from an oceanfront room. We will definitely be back here again soon!
FromUS$337
3.9/510 Reviews
0.42km from Pangaea Outpost
I had room 215 on the water. The stairs lead straight to the room and when you opened up it was allllll ocean; it was perfect. The space is most excellent for one or two people. The king bed is ample with 4 pillows and when you look left its allll ocean! You are on top of the people exercising below and nobody knows, you are all alone in your sky space; its great. The room has a nice little fridge and a TV, 2 lamps, a little table/desk and a safe on a little storage area, there is no closet. The bathroom is new and you can see the ocean from the shower and toilet! The stairs to the beach are almost in front of this room. IMO this and the adjacent room (do not know the #) would be best at this location as they have direct beach views from the beds. The price was more economical on THEIR website than others. Clean space, no sand anyplace. People are exercising and enjoying the beach at this location below the room; there was NOT excessive noise or smells of any kind in my room (as mentioned in another review) I parked on Mission for two days with no problem but there is parking around; just wait (its true.) Surfers are coming and going all of the time. The guy at check in was super nice when I checked in and out too! Uber to Old Town was $15. Walk everywhere- perfect place!
FromUS$135
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.47km from Pangaea Outpost
The room is very clean! Overall it is a good choice!
FromUS$129
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.48km from Pangaea Outpost
We love the location, the spacious rooms, and the fantastic location. We really appreciated the small kitchen, which made it easy to eat some meals in. We loved our morning beach walks, even in the light drizzle we encountered almost daily. Easy to get everywhere. Service is fantastic. Thank you. We will be back in March!
FromUS$129
4.9/5Perfect13 Reviews
0.53km from Pangaea Outpost
I stayed at this hotel for the fifth consecutive year. I basically come here once or twice a year. From the beginning of the wifi, 6 knives a night, to the present free, it is also the root of the hotel experienced the process of licensing; the hotel is separated from the beach Two buildings, you can walk down to the beach in 5 minutes, no noise at night; breakfast has not changed for 5 years, simple cake, coffee.
FromUS$109
4.5/5Excellent12 Reviews
0.54km from Pangaea Outpost
This hotel is really recommended. I go to San Diego many times because I live in Los Angeles. I have basically stayed in various hotels. I have also stayed in many Airbnb by the sea. The quality of Airbnb in the United States is generally uneven and unclean. I still like to stay in a hotel. The location of this hotel is near Mission Bay and not around the main attractions, but San Diego itself is small and safe, so it doesn't matter. The hotel facilities are very good. The suites I live in have simple kitchens. It is very convenient to travel with children. The room is large and the view is very good. It is very suitable for traveling with children
FromUS$286
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.54km from Pangaea Outpost
Just had a wonderful night's stay last Wednesday. Fellow older travelers - they say everyone's entitled to an opinion, but please don't book here for the lower rates and then rage that you didn't find a shiny new Hampton Inn with smart, chirpy business managers lined up for you! Some of the criticisms here may be factually true, but you have to realize the beauty of this place is that it is more of a primitive beach shack than a hotel. I took a private room as I didn't want to foist myself on the college age guests - no TV (you have to visit the TV room they have if you want). Security is really basic - the ceiling is covered with bamboo and a wall fan bolted above the bed if you need - but there was something soothing about the wind blowing through the open windows and the roar of the breakers all night. Late that night, went to the sundeck where someone was playing guitar to a group of guests. The staff are friendly and laid back - and I mean laid back! Again, please don't stay here for the price - there are plenty of places around Pacific Beach and San Diego to get standard hotel service. the Beach Bungalow Surf Hostel - if you can enter the spirit of it - is just a very nice escape - from COVID, from politics, from work or the worry of getting work now. It really felt more like I was in a remote place in Mexico than downtown San Diego. Also, no shortage of fantastic clubs and rooftop restaurants within a very short walking distance!
FromUS$35
4.3/5Excellent14 Reviews
0.67km from Pangaea Outpost
I think this is a perfect location in San Diego. It's in PB, but a few blocks off Garnet. So it's not loud all night, but still very close to accessing everything by foot. While it's not ocean front, It's only steps from the beach. If I really strained, I technically could see the ocean from my window. ha. I was staying here alone and felt safe the entire time. The manager (I think) Jim, is awesome! One of the friendliest interactions with hotel staff and he made an extra effort to accommodate my early check in after I had a very unpleasant night at a different hotel and ended up leaving that hotel and driving around all night. The rooms are nice and clean and come with all the basics that you'd need. I will note that you have to check in at the "sister hotel" and not Pacific Shores Inn. Again, not a big deal for me, but I can see this might be an annoyance to those that like everything at their finger tips. It's one short block away and actually I find having the check in at a different hotel kind of nice. It meant that at 11am and 3pm, there wasn't an influx of people parking randomly to check in and out... because they were doing that at the other hotel. The only advise I can give to the hotel is that it's not overly clear that you check in at a different location until you arrive and see the sign on what would be the lobby. This information definitely should be obviously displayed blatantly upon booking. Big bold print or something at the top of your confirmation email. Probably would save even the the staff some headaches of dealing with phone calls. The ONLY down side to this hotel is that there is a bit of a musky smell. I have stayed at the PB Surfside Inn (their sister location) a few times before and experienced the same thing. I have only stayed at these two hotels in PB, so maybe this is a normal part of being this close to the beach? I really don't know. I do live close to the ocean myself, but in a much colder climate, so I don't have the experience at home. But it does seem like it's a moisture/humidity issue that could possibly be dealt with via better ventilation? Again, I'm no expert on the topic. And given that I'm a repeat customer, it obviously does not bother me too much. Just worth mentioned if you have any sort of sensitivities to such things. I will 100% return to one of their hotels.
FromUS$117
4/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.68km from Pangaea Outpost
It's near the sea, so the price is high, and the accommodation facilities are average, not worth it. The surrounding environment is a bit messy. There are tramps outside at night. If you are not a surf enthusiast, there is no need to live by the sea.
FromUS$179
4.5/5Excellent13 Reviews
0.73km from Pangaea Outpost
Adjacent to the sea, it is very easy to get out of the sea. There is a swimming pool by the sea, you can watch the sea and swim!
FromUS$215
3.7/510 Reviews
0.77km from Pangaea Outpost
We absolutely loved our stay at the Catamaran Beach Hotel. It was our 50th wedding anniversay and when we arrived at our room, Edith and Anna (hopefully remebering names correctly) had left chilled bottle of Champagne and chocolate covered strawberries. It was so inviting and made us feel very special. The whole staff was so gracious to us and the property was beautiful. From the palm trees, beaches lined with umbrellas for sunbathing, the coy ponds, to the McCaw birds out on display each day, it could not have been better. In fact though it was. After leaving San Diego, my phone was stolen and all my bautiful pictures of our trip were gone. My husband, knowing how disappointed I was called the resort near my 70th birthday in March and explained how my phone was stolen. Steve took the initiative to take not one but about 20 beautiful pictures around the resort area including the gorgeous exotic McCaws and texted them to me. This is definately going the extra mile in customer service. I cannot say enough about what these kind gestures meant to us. Thank you again to the Staff and owners of the Catamaran Beach Hotel for making our 50th Anniversary trip the best anyone could ask for.
FromUS$206

Hotels Near Dhanika In San Diego Review

4/510 Reviews
Ocean Beach
Pros: ok...so not everything is bad about this hotel. I mean, the views from the ocean view rooms with balcony are amazing. They have a terrace area on each of the 3 floors which makes a great place to enjoy a cup of coffee or dinner and watch the ocean and surfers. The beds were comfortable and the rooms were clean. They offer free parking and a refrigerator in the room. Cons: During our 3 day stay, there was a man found stabbed underneath the Ocean Beach Pier, 2 ambulances called for fights/victims of the fights, and a car literally racing around the parking lot at 5:00am trying to chase and kill the other homeless people who they apparently had a problem with while those in the parking lot that normally live there we’re trying to hit the car with garbage cans and/or other objects to either antagonize or deter them..hard to tell. Police were literally out there at least 3-4 times per day (maybe more since we wouldn’t have seen them while out for the day). In room phone did not work. When I tried to dial 911 for the car trying to chase and kill people in the parking lot across the street, I found out there was no dial tone and it didn’t work. I was able to call from my cell phone though:) I called the front desk later to let them know. They never did fix it so maybe it’s something they were already aware of? Partying INSIDE the hotel is HUGE!!! So, if you’re planning to sleep, hope you have a VERY high tolerance to loud noises, yelling and dogs barking. No coffee maker and honestly, early in the morning, I didn’t feel comfortable going out by myself to go find coffee. During the daytime it’s a bit better since there are more people around and the people who live on the beach kind of calm down a bit. It’s sad really. (Also, no microwave) There are probably quite a few people living there on the beach that could use some mental health services. No elevator for luggage. Third floor was fine for me because we only had a carry on and backpack, but if you are older or have a family, that could be a problem. For the price they charge per room per night, I expected a much better experience overall.
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FromUS$171
4/510 Reviews
Balboa Park
I was able to book a room at the zoo hostel the day of my visit, which was very convenient. After I checked in, I was offered a home-cooked meal and the company of lots of new friends from all over the world. Everyone was so helpful and friendly. I stayed in a 4 bed room that had bunk beds, a closet, and a desk. It was clean and I had the room to myself. I will say that you can hear other guests walking around outside your room as the walls are pretty thin, but I got the impression people are usually very considerate about noise late in the night. The next morning there were bagels, toast, fruit, yogurt, cereal, and coffee offered for breakfast. The hostel really felt like it was a big family that lived there. The bathrooms and showers were communal. And the hot water heater was out during my stay, but they were fixing it as I was leaving. When I checked out, the person working the desk gave me advice about what to do for the rest of my trip and helped me research different places around the city. Overall, a great experience!
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FromUS$33
4.1/512 Reviews
Carmel Valley
The hotel is a good place in the local area, breakfast is not a self-help point, English is not good, it is troublesome, I set the corner of the administrative bed room to give me a general twin room.
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FromUS$160
4.3/516 Reviews
Mission Valley
The hotel also has a balcony, no need to go downstairs to smoke, it is quite quiet, diagonally opposite, there is tjmax quite convenient within a kilometer range of starbucks in-and-out, these also have check in when the front desk will ask if you have no driving to prevent it. He took the parking card 27 knives and infinitely in and out of the room card for a day, but look at the place where there is no parking nearby.
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FromUS$155
2.2/510 Reviews
San Diego Intl. Airport Area
I loved the room. It was cozy and inviting. The front desk guy was super friendly. I would stay here again. They do require a security deposit of $100 they said it only places a hold on the funds but my account notifies me when funds are paid and it came out. I’ll see after I check out transaction is reversed. There was some water damage on the sink next to the shower from shower spray if the curtain isn’t closed all the way. I wouldn’t have noticed but with the security deposit I wanted it documented.
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FromUS$113
4.6/520 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
This hotel has been in business for a long time. The fixed decoration inside is a bit old. Especially the water pressure is very low and the bath is very uncomfortable. But the bedding is good and sleeping is very comfortable. Don't put in that little money if you choose a room with a balcony. It will be very comfortable. There are two types of sea view rooms, one is where you can see the aircraft carrier. Only one side can see the bridge. You can ask the front desk when you get the room. Facing the fishing village, you can see the aircraft carrier. The surrounding environment did not say. It's beautiful and convenient. There are many characteristic restaurants around. Although there is a slight price increase, it is still not expensive. Hello, it is also very close to the supermarket in the city, and it is only 600 meters away. It is a very recommended hotel.
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FromUS$188
3.3/519 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
The three waiters at the front desk are very nice and patiently answer your questions. Note that this hostel plus hotel is not 24 hours, you must check in before 11pm. No one at the front desk after 11 o'clock, remember to confirm with the hotel in advance. Breakfast is mainly bread and yoghurt. It ’s no problem to be full. The bathroom is super large. There is a separate kitchen in the dormitory room for many people. The stove is complete, which means less utensils. You can make the seafood you buy. Remember to buy the seasoning yourself. The only problem with the room was the lack of heating. The location is in Little Italy, and buses and trams are nearby.
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FromUS$32
4.4/510 Reviews
San Diego Intl. Airport Area
Just had a fabulous getaway. It has been a rough year with my husband’s passing away. This was my first getaway since that event. Hubby and I had had a wonderful time here on our 34th wedding Anniversary and getaways. Had asked about staying in the last room we stayed in and was told they could see what they could do. I was pleasantly surprised at check in when I got that room. The rooms here are lovely. Due to COVID-19 limitations the restaurant and bar were closed. The onsite cafe is open in the morning. There is also a little quick market by the front desk. The beauty of the hotel’s location are all of the walkable restaurant options. The pool was opened and the hotel had short time outs to clean and disinfect the pool furniture. The hotel had sanitizer throughout the public areas. The rooms had travel disinfectant wipes for anyone wanting to do their own touch up. The staff is friendly. Kudos to Joseph and Sabrina. The hotel location is fabulous. This was a wonderful getaway for me while working through my new normal. Many thanks to the entire Courtyard Marriott family.
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FromUS$160
3.4/514 Reviews
Sorrento Valley / Mira Mesa
The location is very close to the airport, attractions and shopping malls, and there are many food options nearby. Very good experience.
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FromUS$143
5/511 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
Service was superb! One of the best hotel experiences I have had in a long time.
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FromUS$149
4.4/580 Reviews
Breakfast is still full of Western style, bread, sausage (very good) milk, fruit, coffee should have The car can be parked in the yard for free, very safe The appearance is not very new, the single room cleaning is very clean The room has two beds, the single bed is wide enough to sleep two people, and the room is a bath towel and towel prepared according to the standard of 4 people. Hotel is very close to the beach The overall feeling is neat and clean Reminder: bring your own slippers and toiletries
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FromUS$86
3.9/510 Reviews
Pacific Beach
It feels like this place was squeezed into its spot. It’s a small property tucked into a hillside just off the main roads in Mission Bay. It’s a bit difficult and tricky to get into. The property has recently (in the past few years) been reconditioned. There’s parking in front and in two underground garages. Since it was not busy, parking wasn’t a problem. If they were full, it could be challenging. The lobby and breakfast area are sparse, but functional. This is one of the most reasonably priced hotels in the Mission Bay area. The room is quite typical. It’s rather large with a King bed, bed tables, a credenza, writing desk and chair, sofa, mini-fridge and microwave. All is crisp and clean. La Quinta has the usual ‘chain’ food. There is a small efficient breakfast area; busy, but not overly crowded. The breakfast was very typical of chain hotels – coffee, OJ, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, breads, cereals, yogurts, apples & bananas.
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FromUS$99
3.9/518 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights
The hotel room is very old. The location and environment are very good. However, after the departure, the authorization deposit was deducted for more than 28 US dollars. No one mentioned it, including Ctrip and the hotel front desk. I don't know why the previous comments didn't mention Everyone should pay attention to when considering hotels.
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FromUS$188
4.6/513 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
The hotel is located in the city center. In the gas lamp block, there are many red men and women every day. There are very few Chinese people. Many foreigners should come to vacation. After paying for Ctrip, they will have to pay the resort fee after check-in, which is about 40 dollars a night. But the other us grant, which is relatively resident, has a price/performance ratio and will not stay in this hotel. As a hotel, professionalism is a little lacking. The facilities are just like American hotels. Basically, all of them need to be equipped and there is no hot water bottle.
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FromUS$319
3.7/513 Reviews
Mid-City
It is a fine hotel located closed to where my meetings would take place. The room are large and the bed is comfortable. The price is reasonable good compared with what available nearby at that time. Nothing fancy but it worked well in this trip.
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FromUS$75
3.2/513 Reviews
Mission Valley
For a colleague, display the pre-authorization. As a result, the credit card shows consumption. Colleagues at the front desk are also paying. It has been three months since now, and I have not returned the cost of the card before returning. Still studying how to
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FromUS$80
4.2/517 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights
The hotel is not closed management, the rooms are open around the parking lot. The facilities are quite old, especially the air conditioner, like a tractor. Fortunately, the room is clean. Breakfast is eaten in the lobby, very simple.
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FromUS$105
4.7/513 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights
At first glance, the hotel, as its name suggests, has a history, but it is well maintained and decorated. The location is close to the old city station, the traffic is very convenient, and the airport is not far away. There is actually a swimming pool in the hotel. Although it is a bit cool now, it is still quite surprised.
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FromUS$117
4.2/577 Reviews
Mission Valley
It is beyond imagination. Breakfast is not delicious, but at least the Chinese can accept a full stomach, and it is included in the room rate. It's very close to the nearby Old World of the Sea World. We are playing uber, but it feels more convenient if we drive by ourselves. The ucsd to go further is actually quite fast, and San Diego is not big. The room rate is very cheap compared to other hotels. The room is large. Although it is next to the high speed, it is not too noisy. It should not affect the rest.
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FromUS$106
3.7/510 Reviews
Pacific Beach
We absolutely loved our stay at the Catamaran Beach Hotel. It was our 50th wedding anniversay and when we arrived at our room, Edith and Anna (hopefully remebering names correctly) had left chilled bottle of Champagne and chocolate covered strawberries. It was so inviting and made us feel very special. The whole staff was so gracious to us and the property was beautiful. From the palm trees, beaches lined with umbrellas for sunbathing, the coy ponds, to the McCaw birds out on display each day, it could not have been better. In fact though it was. After leaving San Diego, my phone was stolen and all my bautiful pictures of our trip were gone. My husband, knowing how disappointed I was called the resort near my 70th birthday in March and explained how my phone was stolen. Steve took the initiative to take not one but about 20 beautiful pictures around the resort area including the gorgeous exotic McCaws and texted them to me. This is definately going the extra mile in customer service. I cannot say enough about what these kind gestures meant to us. Thank you again to the Staff and owners of the Catamaran Beach Hotel for making our 50th Anniversary trip the best anyone could ask for.
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FromUS$206
3.7/547 Reviews
Mission Valley
Personally very good, hotel has refrigerator, coffee machine, microwave, free parking, breakfast is good, basic coffee, bread, eggs, waffles, milk, juice, oatmeal, fruit and everything, if not particularly picky Yes, these facilities are quite complete, the bed is very large in size, and it is very clean. It is too close to the highway, and it will have some impact if you sleep lightly. We basically went out after breakfast in the morning, and did n’t go back until 7 or 8 o’clock in the evening. For us, it was very affordable and very satisfying. Unfortunately, we forgot to take a picture.
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FromUS$76
4.6/516 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
Very good location, just 6 minutes walk from Santa Fe station to the hotel. It is very close to seaport village and Midway Island Carrier Museum. It can be walked for more than 10 minutes, eliminating the need to rent a car. Afternoon tea is served from 5-6pm in the hotel. It offers desserts, homemade pastries, wine and other foods, and the taste is very good. Starbucks coffee, tea and other drinks are provided in the room. There are many cafes for breakfast and restaurants for lunch nearby. There is a 711 convenience store 200 meters away. Clean and tidy, good service, there is a free shuttle to the airport, every half an hour, about 10 minutes to the airport.
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FromUS$150
4.4/512 Reviews
San Diego Intl. Airport Area
The location is very good, it is recommended that the sea view room, the landscape is better, you can see the US military base in the distance, park the aircraft carrier, there are always black Hawk helicopters constantly rising and falling during the day!
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FromUS$144
4.5/513 Reviews
Pacific Beach
Adjacent to the sea, it is very easy to get out of the sea. There is a swimming pool by the sea, you can watch the sea and swim!
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FromUS$215
4.6/5139 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
I can see the Coronado Bridge room at Ctrip. However, because the room was booked in the domestic software, it was the most marginal room. I stayed for 2 consecutive nights. There is a dock at the downstairs that has been unloading. Figure 4 is the view of the room. The most unpleasant thing is that all the evaluations said that there was no resort fee. As a result, I was forced to deduct 35 yuan per day, and the daily parking fee was 35 yuan. 2 night room is only 1200 yuan, vacation and parking fees are 1100 yuan, everyone, please keep your eyes open before you go, spend money on lessons
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FromUS$188
4.1/513 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
The location of the hotel is very good, next to the lively "Little Italy" dining street, close to the attractions such as the aircraft carrier USS Midway and Victory Kiss and the light rail station. However, the sound of planes taking off and landing at the nearby airport is relatively loud, and the hotel facilities are relatively shabby. There is no coffee machine and it is not convenient to drink hot water.
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FromUS$70
3.4/511 Reviews
Carmel Valley
The location and service are super good, and this will be fixed for the next transfer. Intimate biscuits and a complimentary breakfast, it is worthy of Hilton brand praise, I suggest you go to San Diego to set this
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FromUS$139
3.4/516 Reviews
North Clairemont
Breakfast is free, I didn't eat it late, the window of the room is soft, I may sleep and get tired, the hotel seems to be opened by Koreans? There are many Japanese and Korean restaurants in the surrounding area.
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FromUS$113
4.8/518 Reviews
The hotel that sent the children to school is very close to UCSD. The hotel environment is very good. Many people are married. It seems that it is a good hotel in the local area. Unfortunately, accompanying children at school every day, I have not had time to visit the hotel to enjoy the SPA. When the hotel was departed, the hotel deducted the tax and returned to Ctrip to help back, thank you!
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FromUS$246
4.4/514 Reviews
Mission Valley
In the middle of the night, I want a toothbrush to go to the lobby and say that I was taken by other households. I have to wait until 6 in the morning. The parking lot elevator has also been broken and has been repaired. I don't know if I am bad luck or the hotel itself.
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FromUS$127