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Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines

Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The four-pearl Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines is one of only two hotels overlooking the world class Torrey Pines Golf Course and cliffs of La Jolla on the Pacific Ocean. The expansive property includes beautifully landscaped grounds, a heated outdoor pool, and tennis courts. Sophisticated and elegant rooms have furnished balconies accessible via sliding glass doors, and up-to-date amenities such as large flat-screen TVs and plenty of outlets. While Wi-Fi is free in common spaces, however, there's a fee for in-room Internet. Lunch and dinner are served a la carte at Torreyana Grille or the on-site coffee shop.

The Westgate Hotel

The Westgate Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 223-room Westgate Hotel offers plenty old-world European luxury -- common spaces feature high ceilings with crown molding and large chandeliers, wide, carpeted staircases, and elegant curtains draping the floor-to-ceiling windows. Rooms are extremely spacious and clean, and offer either harbor or city views, though the decor is hit or miss -- not necessarily the best pick for visitors with modern tastes. Although the hotel is undeniably luxurious, with a modern fitness center, spa, old-school barber shop, and on-site flower boutique, it lacks a pool and 24-hour concierge. Not to mention, the "resort fee" can be a major pain on top of the pricey parking fees.

Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Downtown

Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Downtown Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Don't let the chain name fool you -- this 230-room Courtyard by Marriott is decidedly upscale. It is housed in a 1920s bank building, and historical elements have been preserved throughout (particularly in the grand lobby). Rooms are stylish and contemporary, and some have bay views. The location in San Diego's happening Gaslamp Quarter is near some of the city's best nightlife. The lobby restaurant, aptly called The Lobby, serves California cuisine for three meals a day, and there's even a Starbucks on-site. Just note that valet parking is a bit pricey, and the elevators can be slow during busy check-in times. It's a great value for the area -- the nearby San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter is similarly priced, but not nearly as nice.

Omni San Diego Hotel

Omni San Diego Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 511-room Omni San Diego Hotel is a solid four-pearl pick in the Gaslamp Quarter, with an outdoor pool and spacious, contemporary rooms. It's across the road from the San Diego Convention Center, and is connected to Petco Park via skybridge -- but for those more interested in partying than in business or baseball, the nearby Hard Rock offers more exciting nightlife options.

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 1,625-room hotel on the bay, near the Seaport Village Shopping Center and the San Diego Convention Center, has an impressive, elegant lobby -- but the big rooms, despite the 46-inch flat-screens and iPod docks, are a little bland and starting to show their age. The similarly priced Hotel Solamar has nicer rooms in a more happening Gaslamp Quarter location, though the Manchester is set to complete a major room renovation by fall 2013.

W San Diego Hotel

W San Diego Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This stylish 261-room hotel in Downtown San Diego is as hip as you'd expect a W to be, with a happening rooftop lounge, a rooftop pool, and a lively lobby area. Rooms have beach-inspired decor, window seats, and modern technology, including iPod docks and flat-screen TVs. But the just as scene-y Andaz has bigger standard rooms and a cooler location in the Gaslamp Quarter.

The Sofia Hotel Downtown

The Sofia Hotel Downtown Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 211-room Sofia Hotel in Downtown San Diego features small, but stylish rooms, with mini-fridges, microwaves, and tiny flat-screen TVs. Use of the fitness center, yoga and pilates studio, Wi-Fi, business center, and even loaner bicycles is included in the $8 daily fee, and the American brasserie gets solid reviews. It's more charming than the often similarly priced Holiday Inn, and the location is more convenient -- but parking will cost you.

Embassy Suites San Diego Bay - Downtown

Embassy Suites San Diego Bay - Downtown Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This all-suite hotel, popular with business travelers and convention goers, is just down the road from the San Diego Convention Center. It's also a block away from Seaport Village's shopping by the harbor and is within walking distance of the Gaslamp Quarter's restaurant and bar scene, making it a good spot for tourists as well. Though they've been updated, some of the rooms look a bit beat up after many years of wild Comic Con attendees taking over the place. The Embassy Suites is significantly less impressive than the nearby Manchester Grand Hyatt or the Marriott Marquis & Marina, but it's also quieter and considerably less expensive.

Hotel Indigo San Diego Gaslamp Quarter

Hotel Indigo San Diego Gaslamp Quarter Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Despite its name, the Hotel Indigo San Diego Gaslamp Quarter is actually in the East Village, just down the street from the historic Gaslamp Quarter, but this combines the best of both worlds: It's close to all the action but not overrun with noise from the nearby nightlife. The hip rooms have sophisticated bathrooms and good views of downtown. For the environmentally-conscious, it's the first LEED certified hotel in downtown San Diego with eco-friendly containers, low water consumption, and a green roof. It's also pet-friendly, with dog beds and treats. Like other hotels in the Indigo chain, work desks with extra outlets, Wi-Fi, and extensive meeting facilities make the hotel a good choice for business travelers.

BEST WESTERN PLUS Hacienda Hotel Old Town

BEST WESTERN PLUS Hacienda Hotel Old Town Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The touristy Old Town area gets a lot of traffic, but this mission-style hotel is also surrounded by parks, and its sprawling layout on a hillside keeps it above the fray. Shops and restaurants are within walking distance, and the neighborhood is filled with character, with such sights as the historic Whaley House Museum, among other old, original Spanish buildings. The large rooms have great Southwest character, though their layout is peculiar and the bathrooms are too small. The grounds of the Best Western Plus Hacienda Hotel Old Town are big and beautiful -- but be prepared to climb stairs.


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