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San Diego Marriott Marquis and Marina
4.3/5125 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
A pretty large resort, but with personal attention by the staff. Ground were well appointed. The rooms were very well appointed, beds comfortable, people serving us were pleasant. Would never hesitate to recommend the place. Can't wait to go back. My only complaints as follows - the one bartender at the Tequila Bar definitely wasn't into serving people with a smile. I asked him what beer he had available and he said ”some domestics and some imports”, turned and walked away. That was a turnoff. The other people who served us over the 3 nights were all fine, but not him. Also, we were on the 15th floor, yet surprisingly we could hear conversations down in the pool area, and especially the music playing. I found that as being a little odd. That is the only reason for dropping it down from 5 stars.
Horton Grand Hotel
4.2/5102 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
Horton is a very old hotel with a beautiful lobby, elegant blue and white design, and a string of lights on the trees in the yard. Stairs and elevators are old and new, and they are well protected. We booked two nights with two twin rooms with fireplaces, on the second floor, two squatting rooms but the layout was different. The room facilities and services are to be spit. The leaks in the bathtubs of our two rooms have bluish spots. The water in one room sink is only hot and the hot water is very hot. The fireplace in both rooms is not easy to use. One of them is completely can not open. Some of us have a fever, call the front desk 3 times and wait an hour to get a blanket. It is worth mentioning that most of the hotels in the West are very thin, the pillows are very high, and Horton only has blankets. The service staff did not smile and was not enthusiastic, and could not match the services of other hotels in our time. Regarding parking, the hotel does not have free parking and a one-way street. Paid parking is expensive, we parked in a nearby public car park, there are many homes around, we found the cheapest is $15 a day, opposite the cvs pharmacy. Regarding dining, the hotel does not include breakfast, and the breakfast is not cheap. Starbucks is on the corner of the street. It is about 5 minutes drive from the famous cafe 21. You can eat brunch.
The Westin San Diego Bayview
4.1/5107 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
I booked a hotel with a friend before, but the hotel attendant mistaken the customer's name several times. I went to the front desk for the first time to say that there was no order from me, and once I opened the door of another tenant with the room card given by the hotel.
SpringHill Suites by Marriott San Diego Downtown/Bayfront
4.6/5131 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
Loved this place. Great location. We were able to walk around the bay. Great room on the 7th floor with a view of the Bay. Watched 3 cruise ships come and go. Super comfy bed, nice water pressure in the shower. Staff were so friendly and breakfast was delicious and abundant. The Sky Bar is a great setting but the food was definitely below standard, especially for the price. My only other comment is how strange that none of the windows are tinted. There's zero privacy. People from the street can clearly see you. But we loved our stay, felt we got great value and strongly recommend it!
Embassy Suites by Hilton San Diego Bay Downtown
4.1/5110 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
I am not expecting the Breakfast is like a fast food store / Grap & Go as the name of the hotel name Suites. This is out of my personal expectation and I don't know why they have charged each night for USD 25. I paid all the tax and service charge on Trip.com and they come out 1 charge is city tax. I was asking them what is that and the front desk said it is a kind of city tax but you can go to the snack shop ( i can't remember what they call) and buy something, they can deduct this invoice, I do not have to paid. At Last, my response is: I don't need anything from that shop, the front desk replied: Oh!
Residence Inn by Marriott San Diego Downtown/Bayfront
4.5/577 Reviews
Downtown San Diego
The room is larger than the average hotel. There is an induction cooker with a refrigerator and a microwave oven, but it is not comparable to a hotel apartment. Simple dishes are available. Hotel breakfast is simple but completely acceptable, everyone is very order. The hotel parking 38 dollars for self parking, 45 dollars for valet parking. There is also a public parking lot around the price is slightly cheaper, the roadside parking lot resources are tight, and it should be free at night. The worst thing is that there is no supermarket around the hotel, you have to drive to buy things.

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