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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.
Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Hilton San Diego Bayfront Rating: 4.0 Pearls

At one of the more enviable locations in San Diego, the 30-story Hilton Bayfront is right on the bay, directly across the street from PETCO Park. It's connected to the San Diego Convention Center and it has its own massive event space that's frequently used for spillover from conferences. The hotel's business-friendly environment includes an on-site UPS store and 1,190 large rooms with desks that are designed to get work done. It's not all meetings and conventions though, and the hotel has a great outdoor terrace with a saltwater pool and a waterslide facing the bay. With expensive food and added fees for Wi-Fi and parking, the Hilton can end up being an costly place to stay, which may deter those who aren't in town for business. Nearby alternatives include the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, on the opposite end of the Convention Center, or the less spectacular Embassy Suites San Diego Bay, which has cheaper rates and free breakfast.
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 classic, perhaps to a fault; this hotel may not be 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. Not to mention, the "facility fee" can be a major pain on top of the pricey parking fees.
The Keating Hotel by Pininfarina

The Keating Hotel by Pininfarina Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Keating Hotel by Pininfarina is most notable for its striking red and black interiors designed by the Italian car company behind Ferrari and Maserati. Just like the cars, this historic hotel's makeover is sleek and chic, with a sexy ambience. The industrial-style rooms have Italian luxuries such as Lavazza espresso machines and custom-designed glass rainfall showers. Not everyone will appreciate the lack of privacy some of the showers offer, though, and guests have to pay for upscale amenities (Wi-Fi, turndown service, the Lavazza espresso and tea, and a welcome amenity) by way of the nightly resort fee. The Gaslamp Quarter location is great for partying, but travelers who don't want to be in the same building as Coyote Ugly, which is bumping late into the night, should check out the nearby Andaz San Diego, or the eco-friendly Hotel Indigo.
The Westin Gaslamp Quarter

The Westin Gaslamp Quarter Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Westin Gaslamp Quarter is an upscale, 450-room hotel set in the San Diego's bustling Gaslamp Quarter. Subtly scented rooms in this modern property provide a particularly calming environment and some even offer partial views of San Diego bay. However, fees for Wi-Fi and parking can leave guests feeling nickel-and-dimed. It may be worth comparing rates with the nearby and more stylish Palomar or Andaz hotels.
Hyatt Regency La Jolla

Hyatt Regency La Jolla Rating: 4.0 Pearls

For a business hotel, Hyatt Regency La Jolla makes a grand impression in this affluent seaside community. The property has an idyllic outdoor pool area surrounded by cabanas and fire pits. The numerous on-site eateries are pricey, but the Pacific Rim cuisine offered is no ordinary chain hotel grub. A huge indoor athletic club has tennis courts, a steam room, and a vast fitness center, but it’s all pay-to-play. (A second, less impressive gym is free.) The meeting facilities here are busy and even the rooms cater to company travelers, with serious work desks but no balconies or dressers in sight.
Westin San Diego

Westin San Diego Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Westin San Diego is a huge, upscale, 436-room hotel in the heart of downtown San Diego. The hotel is one of eight towers that make up the Emerald Plaza, one of the city's tallest complexes, and an iconic part of the skyline. The 26-story Westin is popular with both tourists, who will appreciate the hotel's proximity to restaurants, major sights, and public transportation, and business travelers, who have fully equipped conference rooms and even a law library at their disposal. Westin loyalists will also find the chain's signature "Heavenly" beds and modern styling in the decor here. The hotel does, however, charge extra fees for services like Wi-Fi, which is free at the nearby Sofia Hotel.
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.
San Diego Marriott La Jolla

San Diego Marriott La Jolla Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 15-floor Marriott La Jolla underwent a $17 million renovation in 2014 bringing its meeting and event spaces up to spec, as well as updating all the hotel's decor. The neighboring tall buildings make for nice city views from the hotel, and while the rooms have balconies from which to enjoy them, most are so tiny there's no room for seating. The facilities, including vast meeting spaces and ergonomic working chairs in the rooms, are ideal for business traveler. The hotel is in the center of La Jolla's business district too, making it even more ideal for on-the-job guests, but it might feel more like staying in an office park to others.
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.


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