Located in the Upscale Marina District of Downtown San Diego. The condo is located within minutes of the Convention Center(.3mile), Sea Port Village(.4mile), Horton Plaza(.2mile), Gaslamp District (.4mile), Petco Park (.8mile), and San Diego Business District.
Petco Park (Major League Baseball Stadium is 1/4 east. Balboa Park/San Diego Zoo is 1 1/2 mile northeast. Balboa Park Municipal Golf Course is 1-1/2 mile northeast.San Diego Harbor/Embarcadero is 3 blocks southwest. San Diego Convention Center is 1/4 mile south. Naval Medical Center is 1-1/2 mile northeast. Coronade Bridge is 1 mile southeast. Naval Station at North Island is 1 mile west. San Diego Airport is approximately 1- 3/4 mile northwest.
|Oct 01 2014||Jun 30 2015||-||-||$800||$1,800||1 week|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 9 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 10.5%|
|Deposits: $400.00 reservation/security deposit at time of booking Balance due 31 days prior to arrival.|
|Payment Options: Visa, Money Order, Mastercard, Discover, Cashier's Check, American Express|
June 6, 2008
Had a conference at the San Diego Convention Center. This studio property was located within blocks, the high speed internet connection worked as promised, grocery store across the street, nice neighborhood with restaurants and shops, Nordstroms less than 2 blocks away, and the property management were helpful and made initial access and departure very easy. I would recommend this as a terrific alternative to local hotels. Well-appointed-clean-nice kitchen-nothing fancy-but a great cost savings for my company and good value overall.
San Francisco, CA
Good value, Great location
April 27, 2008
This efficiency apartment offers all the amenities as advertised. The payment transaction via fax and key exchange through the mail was convenient. The entire studio is not much bigger than a Hilton- or Hyatt-sized hotel room, but with the benefit of a kitchen, washer/dryer, and included underground gated parking space. It's on the third floor of a four-level mixed use condo building. I recommend bringing earplugs, as Market Street is right below, which is a principal route from the Gaslamp Quarter (bars, restaurants, entertainment) to a couple mega hotels on Harbor Drive. The windows don't do a good job of blocking out the outside noise, and the window coverings are unattractive and allow the bright morning sunshine right inside. Can you say "cock-a-doodle-doo"? By far, the selling point of this unit is its decent value, and its proximity to downtown attractions. Based on that, I would recommend it particularly to the single business visitor or tourist.