Hotels Near Fairmount Supermarket

4.3/5Excellent16 Reviews
3.18km from Fairmount Supermarket
Each space at Jackwill Flats is professionally designed, and comes with a private fully equipped kitchen and in-suite laundry. You’ll love this art deco building, just steps away from the popular Greetings from San Diego mural. Spend your afternoons exploring the trendy eateries and boutiques scattered throughout North Park, one of America’s hippest neighborhoods.
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5/5Perfect29 Reviews
3.41km from Fairmount Supermarket
Great place
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4.1/5Very Good34 Reviews
4.12km from Fairmount Supermarket
Layfayette is a great place to stay if you're thinking about staying near North Park for most your trip. When I went, Red Fox bar and restaurant had moved to the other side of the street, and they were not open for business yet. I did go to Gilley's which is sort of a neighborhood bar (no food). And then there is Live Wire which I did not go into. There are lots of nice, little areas, a mile or so away, such as University Heights and Normal Heights . The hotel itself is okay. I got a standard room which did not have a mini-fridge, and the cleaning maid was a little noisy in the morning in the hallway. The front desk let me check in a little bit early and check out a little bit later which I was happy about. There is a bar and restaurant in the hotel, but they are a bit pricey. I wanted to go in the pool, but I came during the weekend, and it was pretty crowded. I'm guessing the rooms next to the pool are the best.
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5/5Perfect31 Reviews
4.96km from Fairmount Supermarket
Typical lnn breakfast, reasonably simple
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3.6/542 Reviews
5.04km from Fairmount Supermarket
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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4.6/5Outstanding42 Reviews
5.05km from Fairmount Supermarket
First time here the rooms are super big and nice it has a separate room for the bathroom and the shower in a different room which is cool so if someone is taking a shower and someone has to use the bathroom u can use the restroom without bugging the person showering the beds are nice and big the tvs are big and it has Netflix and YouTube ETC... the room has a big couch and its not in the same room as the bed there is a desk splitting the room in half to have some privacy i would recommend this hotel it might be a little pricey but its worth it forsure it's super quiet here and super nice staff so if u haven't stayed here I would if I were you
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3.6/533 Reviews
5.07km from Fairmount Supermarket
I have to admit I was a bit skittish to stay here. It’s not usually a place I would stay. Short version: all expectations were exceeded. Long version: check in was fine and about as fast as it can be. Parking is free, a nice thing. The room is of average size and was refurbished not too long ago. Comfy beds, large TV, and adequate bathroom. The only demerit is there is no desk. There is a table, but it is not big enough to do real work. A small item that I worked around. Microwave and roommate refrigerator are a nice touch. Overall no complaints. Quiet, clean, and got the job done. You can spend more, but I’d be hard pressed to do that. Well done, Days Inn Mission Valley.
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3.7/530 Reviews
5.28km from Fairmount Supermarket
For my first time in San Diego I had high expectations on San Diego hotels. This hotel was the complete opposite. Upon check in I was checked in by the manager Tom. He was nice until he started to hound me about it being a 100% non-smoking hotel. I was perfectly fine with that since me nor my guests were smokers. He repeatedly informed that no smoking of any kind is prohibited. Ok, I understand. For the third time he said “there is a censor that is sensitive and it will pick up any kind of smoke or vaporizer. If you are caught smoking I will kick you out”. I had understood the first time and didn’t need to be talked to like I was a thug of some sort. Well the night ends and I’m outside enjoying the fresh air and what do I see? I lady smoking weed in the parking lot, unloading her car. I guess it was ok for her. Rooms were decent and housekeeping came by every day to check if we needed anything so good job on their part. Everything was fine until Sunday night (my last night) that was the worst. I’m sitting outside with my husband and our neighbor (room 218) pops his head out the door, gave us a mean look and went back inside. He did this several times until he finally came out and asked for the time. He then asks my husband if we were meeting someone. Husband says no. Then he says “if you need me to kick anyone’s a**, I got your back. White man to white man”. We freaked out and immediately went inside. For the next couple of hours we kept hearing obscenity language being yelled, walls being hit, door constantly slamming. It was as if he was fighting with himself. I had a hunch that he was on some sorta drug. This continued on until I got fed up because my elderly mother was starting to get scared. We had never been to San Diego, yet La Mesa and this was all too much for us. I was close to packing up and moving to another hotel. But decided to call the front desk and file a complaint. About 30 minuets later we hear a lot of cursing and items being thrown around and glass breaking. By this time my mom was having a panic attack. The cops showed up and it took 5 police officers to arrest this man. He was resisting arrest and was heavily drugged. Looking through the open door, we could see that he completely trashed the hotel. The bed was in the middle of the room, the dresser pressed up the wall by the door as if he was trying to prevent someone breaking down the door, the lamp and other breakable items were shattered leaving glass everywhere. This was the scariest experience I’ve ever had in my life. It was a sketchy neighborhood and I regret staying at this location. I just want you to know that as frequent guest at Motel 6 throughout the country this was by far the worst motel.
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4.4/5Excellent36 Reviews
5.39km from Fairmount Supermarket
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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4.1/5Very Good23 Reviews
5.4km from Fairmount Supermarket
Located in Downtown San Diego, The Leo is surrounded by eccentric restaurants, trendy bars, and outdoor patios. Catch a game at Petco Park or spend the afternoon exploring the San Diego Air & Space Museum. Hop on the bus or trolley to discover all that this unique city has to offer. Unwind in your own space, complete with in-suite laundry, a fully equipped kitchen, and a private balcony.
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4.7/5Outstanding35 Reviews
5.47km from Fairmount Supermarket
I am a long time Marriott Rewards/Bonvoy member and Marriott Timeshare owner. My most recent stay at the Sheraton Mission Valley on the 14th of February, 2021 was by far the worst experience and service that I have been through being a loyal Marriott Elite member and guest of Marriott properties. A simple one night local staycation as a platinum member with guaranteed late checkout was not honored. Prior to check-in, I requested through the Bonvoy app for a 4pm checkout for my 1 night stay. I checked into the Sheraton as a member and mentioned I had setup a 4pm checkout through the app and was not questioned at the front desk given my status as a platinum member. As I was out of the room on business that morning, my daughter received a call at 1:00 pm from the front desk informing her that the room needed to be vacated. My daughter who was a registered guest told the front desk that I had set up a late checkout. The front desk told her she needed to leave. As I was still on a business call out she packed up my belongings and left the room. I was not happy to know the management forced her out of the room while the parking lot was over half empty. That afternoon, I spoke with Marco Rodrigues the General Manager of the property and he said that Terms and Conditions on the Marriott website…aka fine print did not guarantee late checkout… and that properties set up their own policy regarding late checkout. This property is neither a resort nor a convention hotel. I stated to Mr. Rodrigues I was a platinum member and I was guaranteed a 4pm late checkout. He mentioned Terms and Conditions and to say the least I was not happy and not satisfied with his attitude and his customer service. Long and the short of it I contacted Marriott corporate and after 2 weeks of explaining my experience, Marriott acknowledged that the management of the Sheraton Mission Valley was not honoring my late checkout and gave a goodwill gesture. I received no apology from the property general manager. I, as a member who checked in, I am entitled to a guaranteed check out of 4pm. For all Elite members in the future, take names and verify all benefits that you are entitled to. Document and note all interactions. Staff and even Management may not know all the benefits we are entitled to and guaranteed. I hate to complain and I’m very sorry to have had this experience. Safe Travels All.
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3.2/534 Reviews
5.5km from Fairmount Supermarket
The location is on a concrete island. Literally. The on ramp to the freeway & the off ramp from the freeway. It was difficult to find the way to the “entrance” I felt vey nervous getting out of my car. It was nighttime and many street people hanging out at the building. The night clerk was so sweet and helpful. I think she could see the fear in my eyes. She put me in a room within view of the office. She also let me keep my car in front of office. The room was clean and comfy. The carpet was disgusting. Shower head barely worked. Overall, for the rate it was a good deal. They need to install a safety door latch. . I would have slept better. Checkout was super easy and friendly.
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Hotels Near Fairmount Supermarket In San Diego Review

4.2/530 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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4/530 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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4.1/541 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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4.4/536 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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3.3/530 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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4.8/540 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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3.3/538 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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5/531 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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3.4/532 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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5/531 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
Service was superb! One of the best hotel experiences I have had in a long time.
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4.4/568 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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4/530 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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3.6/533 Reviews
Mission Valley
I have to admit I was a bit skittish to stay here. It’s not usually a place I would stay. Short version: all expectations were exceeded. Long version: check in was fine and about as fast as it can be. Parking is free, a nice thing. The room is of average size and was refurbished not too long ago. Comfy beds, large TV, and adequate bathroom. The only demerit is there is no desk. There is a table, but it is not big enough to do real work. A small item that I worked around. Microwave and roommate refrigerator are a nice touch. Overall no complaints. Quiet, clean, and got the job done. You can spend more, but I’d be hard pressed to do that. Well done, Days Inn Mission Valley.
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3.9/536 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights
We recently had a quick family trip to visit SDSU. Stayed at the Bahia for a night to be close to the beach. Nice location in Mission Bay and it's an easy walk over to Mission Beach. There's a quiet beach on-site that's nice. The beach cabanas were nice to sit in on a windy day. Our room was on the west side in the two story complex. 191, I think. There seem to be a lot of different room types here so check into what you're booking. This was an upper floor room with a large living room and small kitchen. It felt more like a condo, very spacious. It faces the public parking lot and beach which some reviewers aren't fond of, but we didn't have any issues with noise or people. It was nice to watch the fireworks at SeaWorld from this view. The room had two huge flat screen LG tvs, excellent quality. It would be nice if the TV supported airplay or had a netflix app. The wifi was available throughout the resort and had good quality download speed. Furnishings were nice but worn, with the sofa sinking down quite a bit and the bed had a decent wear spot. The bathroom was larger than a normal hotel and had nice towels and toiletries. The shower was not working well because most of the water was going out the tub faucet instead of to the shower, seems like the faucet needs to be worked on. Overall, the resort was a pleasant place with lots of open green space and water around it. It was full of families on the Friday night we stayed and most everyone was wearing masks and being thoughtful of others. This hotel really brings out a lot of first time reviewers who know the staff by name. I've not seen that before on TripAdvisor.
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4.5/531 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
We ended up at this hotel after a doozy of a visit at another downtown spot. It was a beacon. First of all, they are well-staffed, which is difficult in a pandemic. The cleanliness is off the charts. Attention to detail matters here. And the concierge is so friendly, all the valet guys are so sweet and thorough, and the spa was TOPS. (Special shout out to Regan, my incredible masseuse). The customer service was incredible. This will be my top choice when in San Diego again! Also, the room service was GREAT. Don’t hesitate to book this spot!
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3.2/533 Reviews
Mission Valley
I AM ATTEMPTING TO CONTACT: Riverleaf Inn Front Desk Manager YESSICA ROMO My recent stay at this inn (11/15/20, Room 307) is why I am writing this review. 1. DIRTY SHEETS & PILLOWS - When I pulled back the top blanket, I was shocked to see what looked like nail clippings and strange-looking fibers on the fitted sheet and hairs on the pillow cases. Hidden underneath the top blue blanket I found a giant cigarette burn and a crusty white stain. DISGUSTING. 2. PHONE NOT SET UP - I attempted to use the phone to request clean blankets & pillow cases but the phone was not functioning. 3. UNSANITARY - The 2 trash cans in room 307 did not have any trash bags. This particular room not only had a strong odor of cigarette smoke, but also an extremely unpleasant moldy odor. On the floor by the bed closest to the restroom, I found chunks of an orange powdery substance. On the floor inbetween the two beds I found a large area of knife/scratch marks. Since the beds were filthy, I decided to sleep on the chair provided. After taking a closer look, I noticed on the arm of the chair a large cigarette burn hole that was filled dirt. The unsanitary conditions & discomfort I felt caused me unbearable anxiety, especially with the current Covid situation. I was so disgusted that I considered sleeping in my car. My fiancé and I have stayed at this inn on several occasions. We’ve been loyal returning guests & chose to look past the issues we’ve previously experienced with them. - The photos/descriptions of their available rooms are MISLEADING. - The rooms are “Non-Smoking” yet they REEK of cigarette smoke. - 9/23/20/: Booked a “Deluxe Queen” ($91 total) Upon entering the room, we noticed it was the same “Standard” room option we’ve booked in the past. The front desk staff attempted to downgrade our room even though we purposely paid an extra $20 for a larger room. - Because of my most recent experience with Riverleaf Inn, I decided to review my bank statements - RIVERLEAF INN FAILED TO RETURN MY DEPOSIT FOR EVERY SINGLE BOOKING I MADE SINCE JULY 2020. On top of that, I was charged a few dollars more than what was stated in each confirmation email. I have already spoken with the front desk staff (Lucy & Benjamin). I demand an explanation as to why my security deposits remain unreturned. I will continue to contact the staff at Riverleaf Inn both over the phone and in-person until this matter is resolved. THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE. This entire facility should be investigated in regards to health and safety.
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4.2/537 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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4.7/533 Reviews
Misson Bay / Loma Heights
We have stayed here on all but one of our visits to San Diego (2001, 2004, 2008, 2011) and keep returning because we are happy with this place. The front desk staff were nice and helpful with directions and local information. There is a pool area with surrounding tables. The rooms are to a good standard with comfortable beds. A trip to the Zoo is a must in San Diego and when we stayed there were discount coupons available in the hotel. It is possible to easily get the light rail into town then a bus as we did on previous occasions but this time we drove and it's straightforward with free parking. You will need a full day (and some) to do it justice. Down town seemed to have changed a lot since our previous visit in 2011 with a lot of stores now closed and a significantly higher number of economic victims. The Old Town is nicer to stroll around and Midtown has some chain stores for clothes etc that are within walking distance of the motel. There are a few eateries on the main tourist drag but O'Hungrys was a good choice for reasonably priced beer and steak. Also a short stroll into Midtown was Modern Times brewpub which was excellent with a wide choice of nice beers.
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3.4/575 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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4/530 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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3.6/542 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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4.6/544 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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4.2/533 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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4.5/533 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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4.6/5107 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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5/532 Reviews
San Diego Intl. Airport Area
Hotel lovely, super new, everything great 🥰
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4.1/533 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
Ok, I'm seriously about to leave and it's 3:00am. I have tried to sleep....for several hours now. THIS PLACE IS JUST LOUD! There is a musty aroma as soon as you walk in. First of all, I will give a slight plus. The front desk lady was nice and for the most part, everything was clean, most importantly the sheets. There was a hair in the tub, and as gross as that is, I let it slide and let the water run it down the drain before hopping in. Although the bedding appeared and smelled clean but is not comfortable at all. Thank goodness the fridge works. The parking lot is no fun! It's one way, cars are parked close together and it's so narrow, it's very hard to get out of. I was scared to hit surrounding cars. If the lot is filled, parking is not easy to find, and it's not the safest area to be walking alone at night. Now let's get to the noise and the reason I may just leave in the middle of the night... I can hear EVERYTHING! The walls are paper thin. I can here when the guy in the next room goes into the bathroom, I can hear him talking on the phone word for word and now, I can hear him snoring!!! LOUDLY!!! When people walk up the hallway, it shakes the room. I asked if I could switch rooms.. There are none... Don't think it would matter much anyway. You can also hear everything outside. The freeway almost goes over the hotel.. Literally right next too the hotel so it's just very loud. I've tried using a white noise app, but this guy's snoring is intense.
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3.4/538 Reviews
Carmel Valley
We live 2 miles away but wanted a break from our home during these neverending covid times. There are 4 hotels in this immediate just area yards away from one another however this doubletree looked the nicest + it had the best reviews of the 4 hotels. Our room was spacious, comfortable & had everything we needed incl coffee maker, Fridge & Microwave. Most importantly it was spotless & well sanitized. The door had an unbroken seal to show the clean team had left & no one else had since entered. It smelled fresh & clean and even the TV remote was sanitized in a plastic bag. Beds & pillows were super comfortable, easy to use AC/Heat control & accessible charging jacks & outlets. Excel Wi-fi for work & for my daughters school thru Zoom. Checkin by Jordan was suberb as well as the follow up texts by Jordan & Jonny to see if we needed anything. Thank you!.. Trevor @ front desk was also very kind & helpful. Last but certainly not least SHAUN who I originally spoke to by phone when making the reservation was a super nice person 👌..Thank you! G.LoRusso
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3.4/536 Reviews
North Clairemont
..a microwave. It would've been nice to have one to reheat the ribs from STP BBQ across the street( excellent!) Other than that it was perfect. Very clean & very quiet. We had a non-smoking room, so we'd step outside to smoke & watched the parking lot fill up, great for business but we were thinking about how loud it may get? It never did. Lastly, we were able to leave our trailer at an agent, so we bob-tailed over. I'm not sure if truck parking is allowed on the street behind the hotel?
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4.8/535 Reviews
My husband and I held our wedding day at Estancia. Estancia is a beautiful resort, but I am immensely disappointed in the quality and service of the staff. At our wedding my purse was stolen containing $500 cash, license, credit cards, and a heirloom ring belonging to my mother in law. When reporting the incident twice to front desk they were incredibly impersonal, unhelpful, and doubtful that this had happened. We are certain that this theft occurred when staff broke down the tables and linens at the end of our event. My purse was taken as soon as I walked away when only my husband and a few groomsmen and staff were around. We have worked with security who has been the only one who has provided us with any assistance at all. This negative experience has trumped any positive one and I would not refer anyone to host their wedding there or stay as a guest because of untrustworthy staff and disloyalty to the customer. After hosting our wedding the hotel was incredibly efficient at collecting any money or fees associated with our wedding, yet no one displayed any effort at all to provide any assistance or compensate us in any way after this theft occurred. Additionally, some of our wedding decor was trashed without our consent and I am shocked that this would have happened at this hotel which prides itself on quality. This was an extremely poor experience and I am personally still distraught by this experience and the lack of follow through and disregard displayed by staff at Estancia. I am positive my purse was taken intentionally by a staff member during the banquet breakdown and the hotel has not taken any responsibility nor taken any action to resolve the issue.
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