My husband and I stayed at the hip and modern Andaz for a "staycation" for our 6th wedding anniversary. We chose the Andaz because it is right across the street from the new American Comedy Club that we were seeing a show at. We had a standard queen room that comes stocked with snacks and mini-fridge beverages - many of the drinks and snacks were complimentary to our surprise. The room was very comfortable and nice, but I did not like the lack of privacy in the bathroom. The sink area is enclosed in clear glass and the toilet and shower were only separated by frosted glass and a door with no lock. The cool thing about the room is the surround sound speakers for the TV. You could listen to the TV from the bathroom and the sound was like a movie theatre.
The rooftop was definitely a scene with mostly young attractive couples or singles getting some sun before a night of night clubbing. This is definitely not a hotel for families or folks that want to hang around in jean shorts and tennis shoes. You will feel under dressed at night if you aren’t decked out in club attire for the nightclub that pretty much consumes the hotel at night . We were the only people wearing jeans when we returned from the Comedy club around 10PM. The lobby had turned into a "velvet rope" entrance to the night club. We had to get a special bracelet for hotel guest so we could get passed the bouncers and roam "freely" around the hotel. We enjoyed some people watching from the wine bar - the automated wine dispensers are the best invention ever!
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- Also Known As:
- Andaz San Diego Hotel San Diego
- Ivy Hotel San Diego
- Ivy San Diego