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Riverleaf Inn Mission Valley
2.8/5102 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
Ramada by Wyndham Near SeaWorld / Mission Beach
3.5/541 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.
Old Town Inn
4.3/5102 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.
Best Western Inn & Suites San Diego Zoo -SeaWorld Area
3.9/567 Reviews
Mission Valley
It used to be a Comfort Inn that we have always stayed at for over 10 years but now a Best Western. Very nice upgrades, great and friendly staff, love the location, A good place to stay. Close to downtown, Old Town, Zoo, and 5 minutes to the beach and shopping and golf just 5 minutes away also.
DoubleTree by Hilton San Diego Hotel Circle
3.5/5102 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.
Candlewood Suites San Diego
3.8/564 Reviews
Mission Valley
Ok it’s time I set this record straight for everyone, especially the haters. This place is a bargain. Now, it is an older property and definitely for lower maintenance folks. You high-maintenance folks won’t like it. But the room is the biggest single King room I’ve stayed in outside of Las Vegas. The in-room kitchen is highly functional. They are super dog friendly and there are a few decent grassy areas. They offer free laundry! They have a sufficient and reasonably-priced snack & supply cupboard for purchase. The exercise room! It’s small and a bit commotion but the cardio and weight options are legit, and it’s open 24/7. I haven’t missed a day since I’ve been here. The staff have all been super helpful and friendly and I haven’t felt anything less than hospitable the whole time. But most of all, they are compassionate and helpful to extended-stay guests. And I’m not always easy to deal with. I’m really surprised at the negative reviews. I think they’re largely unwarranted. If you want fancy schmancy, you can go pay $100-200 more at any of the newer properties. It is called Hotel Circle. You can pay for more if you want more. But don’t come to the bargain and expect fancy schmancy. You’re shopping at Gucci with a Macy’s budget. This place is….a bargain!!!

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Average seasonal Temperature

• Spring: 61.74°F during the day, 54.59°F at night

• Summer: 66.51°F during the day, 61.5°F at night

• Autumn: 73.38°F during the day, 68.2°F at night

• Winter: 65.35°F during the day, 57.99°F at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 24.055117 cm

• Summer: 3.8307085 cm

• Autumn: 0.78740156 cm

• Winter: 12.519685 cm

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