I stayed here for six days during mid July. Check in went smootly and they were very accomodating and professional. The exterior of the hotel is very upscale and modern with impressive views depending on where your room is. Liking to have a nice view, I requested a room change and they accommodated me and were very cordial about it. I eventually ended up in room 1414 which is a corner room on the front left side. I had an incredible view of the harbor, Point Loma, Coronado Island, and the Pacific Ocean from my forward view and downtown / ballpark out my balcony view. The balconies are much larger on the corner floors as well. Only corner rooms on the front westward facing side of the hotel have balconies and those directly overlooking the pool (rooms facing north and east do not have balconies. Floors 21 and up are condos.
The common areas from the lobby to the hallways are very upscale and refined. The rooms are also very nice. The bathrooms have very interesting wooden blinds that open into your room , but don't give you the privacy you may desire soundwise. The rooms were insulated well and noise was kept to a minimum unless you include the frieight train that comes by a few times a day. This did not really bother me, but it may some. Maid service was very good. One day she even put ice in the ice bucket for me as she noticed that I had used it the day before. Evening turn down service is also very nice. They leave you a little surprise too each night with the turn down service.
There is free parking after 6pm on adjacent streets, but you may have to circle a few times to get a space. Valet will park the car in a garage directly across the street for you or you can do it yourself for about $8.00 a day. I found a street spot every day however.
All in all, a very polished, sophisticated establishment that affords all the comforts you would expect. I got all this too for about $105.00 a night on Priceline.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Omni San Diego is located in downtown San Diego, just steps from the historic Gaslamp quarter and connected via skybridge to the San Diego Padres ballpark, PETCO Park. This luxury hotel was designed with a cosmopolitan feel to compliment the sunny San Diego setting. The interior is contemporary and comfortable, decorated in warm earth tones and natural materials. Guestrooms are relaxing and well appointed with the finest bedding, upscale bathroom amenities, free wireless internet and unbeatable views. In addition, the hotel houses an extensive collection of rare baseball memorabilia, including a variety of autographed baseballs, jerseys, and a Babe Ruth contract. Whether traveling for business or leisure, a stay at the Omni San Diego Hotel is one you won't soon forget. Culinary offerings include McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant, open daily, 6am to midnight. Offering the freshest selection of seafood in San Diego, menus are printed daily based upon local fish market supply and focus on seasonal, locally sourced, farm-to-table creations highlighting organic ingredients. Supplementing the menu is a thoughtful beverage list including progressive wines-by-the-glass and mixologist inspired cocktails with a “house made” approach. The Terrace Bar & Grill, open everyday through September, 11am to 8pm – Poolside, Level 6. In-Room/Remote Dining: 24 hours a day online. Morsel’s Café: Open everyday, 6am to 10pm – Lobby Level. Enjoy a variety of Starbuck’s coffee beverages, grab a snack to go, pick up travel-friendly sundries or a San Diego themed gift on the run. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Omni San Diego