Cruising out of San Diego and looking for a luxury hotel to stay in the night before you sail? The following upscale hotels will allow you to rest and relax in style, as you prepare for an exciting cruise out of San Diego to a magical locale:
Palomar San Diego, A Kimpton Hotel is centrally located in Downtown San Diego. It’s an eco-friendly luxury hotel surrounded by theaters, nightlife, great restaurants, and top San Diego attractions. Palomar San Diego, A Kimpton Hotel features a high-end spa and a rooftop pool.
Starwood Hotels now owns the US Grant, A Luxury Collection Hotel in San Diego. But, this San Diego hotel has been an icon in the city since 1910. It’s a palatial hotel situated in the city’s lively and historic Gaslamp Quarter. It has an opulent interior and exterior, and it’s home to $6.5 million of distinctive artwork.
At Hyatt Regency La Jolla, you have the peaceful waters of the Pacific less than a minute’s walk away. This luxury San Diego hotel sits on the shores of La Jolla, a small seaside town just north of Downtown San Diego. Hyatt Regency La Jolla offers the charm of a European village inn within a short drive of the excitement of a big city.
Hotel Indigo combines sustainability with luxury to offer San Diego visitors a LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) boutique hotel with style at every turn. This luxury San Diego hotel from the InterContinental hotel group is chic and classy. It’s situated in beautiful Downtown San Diego near beaches, parks, restaurants, and more.
If you’re looking for a luxury hotel in San Diego that lets you retreat when you want but also enjoy the excitement of a metropolis like San Diego, consider The Westin San Diego. This hotel recently received a $15 million makeover to give the already luxurious hotel a brand new modern design. It’s distinctly upscale and it offers many perks like a fitness studio and proximity to top places for San Diego dining.
These luxury hotels in San Diego are near some of the top things to do in San Diego like going shopping, eating at great restaurants, and touring historic early California sites. Stay in these hotels when you want to be close to San Diego’s cruise port, and near some amazing sights and activities in San Diego.