If you're looking for the best San Diego Gaslamp hotels, you're in the right place. We researched San Diego Gaslamp hotels so you don't have to.
Of hotels that meet our standards, only 6 are within the borders of the Gaslamp Quarter. We thought you won't mind walking a bit and included properties a block each way and south to the Convention Center. You'll also find more hotels downtown, but near the busy Gaslamp.
San Diego hotel tax is 10.5% (12.5% for hotels with more than 70 rooms)
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San Diego Gaslamp Hotels and Their Prices
We know that your budget may not be up to the prices of these hotels, but you'll only find a couple of San Diego Gaslamp hotels (or for that matter, anywhere in downtown) with rates less than $150 per night. You'd probably end up wishing you hadn't stayed there even if you did need to watch your budget and we're not going to be the cause of your discomfort.
If you want to pay less, you have options. Stay near Old Town where you can catch the San Diego Trolley to the Gaslamp Quarter. Or if things are really tight, try our list of the best (but really cheap) San Diego Hotels.
If you can tolerate a little uncertainty about which San Diego Gaslamp hotel you'll be staying in, read our tips for getting the best deal on a San Diego Gaslamp hotel.
Mini-Suites, one- and two-bedroom, apartment-style rooms. No kitchens. They make reservations the old-fashioned way - by telephone only during business hours.
Part of the rock-and-roll themed chain and one of the best places in San Diego to see celebrities. Only 2 blocks from the baseball stadium.
Located behind the Convention Center and across the freeway from downtown proper. 30 stories with great views.
Locaed near the Convention Center, the Hilton offers everything you'd expect from the popular chain.
Stylish hotel with a nice, outdoor pool and bar. Extremely pet-friendly.
The downtown Courtyard is housed in a 1920's, Italian Romanesque-style bank building. They have a variety of suite configurations, or if you want to splurge, rent their Presidential Suite and watch a San Diego Padres game from your patio.
Good for business and leisure travelers, the Marriott has a fitness center but no swimming pool. The rooftop bar here affords panoramic views toward the Pacific Ocean and there's on on-site restaurant. It's only a block from the baseball stadium and you can see the playing field from their rooftop bar.
The Omni is located close to the Gaslamp Quarter. The San Diego Trolley stops nearby. Baseball fans will really love the Omni; it's connected by skybridge directly to the San Diego Padres Ballpark.
Residence Inn San Diego Downtown is good for an extended stay hotel or for families and couples traveling together. It feels like an upscale apartment building, allows pets and buffet breakfast is included. Only 2 blocks from the baseball stadium.
Built in 1910 but not behind the times, THE US Grant has won a string of awards that include the AAA four diamonds.