Offering a sauna, a Jacuzzi and an outdoor pool, Pendry San Diego is located in San Diego and is a short walk from San Diego Convention Center and Petco Park. The hotel is also conveniently situated within a five-minute walk of Gaslamp Quarter San Diego Trolley Station.
This 5-star hotel provides a car rental desk, valet parking and a 24-hour reception. It also has meeting rooms, a concierge and massage services.
Rooms at Pendry San Diego come with hair dryers, mini bars and microwaves. After settling in to their room, guests can discover the area with use of Convention Center San Diego Trolley Station, which is a brief stroll from the hotel.
Located in the popular the Gaslamp Quarter dining hub, Pendry San Diego is minutes away from restaurants, bars and night clubs. Also, Horton Plaza and the Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge are within a short 10-minute walk.
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Cons:The only problem we had was with valet that we told the front desk and they forgot to tell the valet guys and 45 minutes later waiting for the car we approached the guys at the valet and they had no idea that we were waiting for the car. But it wasn’t their fault. They were very nice.
Cons:Parking at the hotel was very expensive ($47 per day). The rooms were a little small for the cost of them and it would have been nice if there was a mini-fridge in them. There is also no "sundries" store, so if you want a drink or a snack there is no where to get that. We also called for room service and no one answered the phone.
Cons:The glass shower in the middle of the room is just plain weird. There are not a lot of people I want to see shower. It just feels intimate in a very out-of-place kind of way. My friend and I went out for the evening and came back for an nightcap at the bar. Much to our disappointment, they did 'last call' early, so we missed out on a final drink. It feels like a new hotel needs to create some consistency if it hopes to catch on. The hotel seems very focused on the pool and making the 'pool scene' a thing. The cabanas, the artfully arranged pillows, the champagne buckets. It felt like they were trying too hard to woo locals, as opposed to cater to hotel guests. And there were a lot of staff standing around talking to each other whenever I was in the lobby or at the front desk. I often felt like I, as the guest, was interrupting their work. :)
|Check in anytime after 16:00, check out anytime before 12:00|
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Nominated as one of North America’s Leading Boutique Hotels and United States’ Leading City Hotel by the World Travel Awards, you’ll be visiting a world-class destination that excels in cosmopolitan service. A combination of luxurious modern amenities and San Diego cultural influence, the hotel delivers a warm atmosphere in the sleek lobby and common areas.
With the hotel situated around the corner from OMNI nightclub, you may want to request accommodation on a higher floor if you are a light sleeper. Grand rooms are located towards the top of the building, with 350 sq ft of space and marble bathroom details to enjoy. Lavish Italian bed linens are sure to provide a deep sleep, with rooms available for approximately $522 per night.
If your favorite team is playing, stop by Nason’s Beer Hall. Serving more than 20 local beers on tap and tasty appetizers such as chicken wings and tacos, you’ll have all the fuel necessary to last until the final whistle. Vintage bar games and a beer pong table are also on offer to pass time.
Reserve a table at Provisional and prepare for an elegant dining experience. Boasting impressive chandeliers, a large ceiling and an abundance of natural light filtering through large street side windows, you’ll have the perfect setting to toast a birthday or anniversary. Serving contemporary share plates and wood fired pizzas, you can watch on as your meals are prepared in the open plan kitchen.
The rooftop pool transforms into the hottest party in the city on Sundays, with DJs creating a lively ambience. Pop-up shops and activations add to the vibe, with plenty of comfortable daybeds to lounge on. You can hear live musicians every Friday evening at Nason’s Beer Hall, with local artists performing from 8:00 pm onwards.
Indulge in a romantic experience together with a couples spa package. The 2h bundle includes a rose petal foot bath, candlelit massage and complimentary glass of champagne. Available for approximately $218 per person, there is no better way to celebrate your special day.
If you plan on visiting and heading to the horse races, a specialized package is waiting for you. Consisting of admission to the races, a Cadillac to drive, tour of the paddock and front row seats, you’ll have everything you need for a perfect day out.
Located about a 20m drive from San Diego International Airport, taking an Uber is quick and cheap. The fare will cost approximately $12, with drivers able to meet you at the Ground Transportation area of either terminal. (Prices checked 11/06/19).
Pendry San Diego is located at 550 J Street in Downtown, 0,7 km from the centre of San Diego. Gaslamp Quarter is the closest landmark to Pendry San Diego.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Pendry San Diego.
Yes, Pendry San Diego offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Pendry San Diego does not offer free parking.
No, Pendry San Diego does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Pendry San Diego is 4,4 km from San Diego. Pendry San Diego is 25,6 km from Tijuana Rodriguez.
Yes, Pendry San Diego is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Pendry San Diego has a pool on-site.