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San Diego is a popular tourist destination on the west coast of the United States, with expansive beaches, great surf, wildlife parks, and the popular San Diego Zoo all helping it to pull in thousands of visitors every year. After Los Angeles, it’s California’s second largest city – as far as population goes – however, it lacks that hustle and bustle of its larger cousin. Want a sunny city break on the west coast, but would rather avoid the craziness? Then San Diego is the place for you.

West Coast of San Diego

The San Diego metropolitan area is vast. The beaches extend far above San Diego all the way down to the Mexican border. You’ll find hotels all along the beachfront and around San Diego Bay, giving great views over the ocean. Almost all provide guests with free WiFi and air-conditioning to keep you fresh as standard. Want a little comfort and luxury? Then choose a hotel with a pool near beaches around Mission Beach and Pacific Beach.

La Jolla, Spanish for jewel, is located north of downtown San Diego. There are approximately 25 hotels on offer around here, most of which are specially geared to those looking for sports and adventure activities, all within walking distance of the beach.

Downtown San Diego

The hotels in downtown San Diego offer guests an excellent central location. The 80 properties that you can choose from vary from family-friendly to business hotels (and everything in between). Here Horton Plaza and the historic Gaslamp Quarter sit alongside the city’s skyscrapers, trendy restaurants, big name brand boutique shops and beautiful parks. This is truly the lively heart of the city. Just on the fringes of centre you’ll find the international airport and two of the most popular tourist attractions, SeaWorld and San Diego Zoo.

Old town San Diego

In the historic part of the city you can get acquainted with the old buildings that track the history of San Diego. The approximately 45 hotels and guesthouses here are scattered between in the old town and nearby Mission Valley (site of the first Spanish settlement). The hotels around here are mainly around the two and thee star hotels mark, but still offer great quality for budget prices.

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