We stayed at the Old Town Inn from July 21st through 25th, 2005, in room 106. The room was a typical room (clean) with two queen beds, table with a chair, an outer vanity area with a sink and a small coffee maker. Inside the bathroom was an additional sink that came in very handy. The hotel landscaping is very pretty (lots of greenery with flowers) and the heated pool is very sparkling (it would be nice if they had a hot tub). After reading the reviews on Tripadvisor, we thought the breakfast was going to be extraordinary but it was just satisfactory. There were two waffle makers, cereals, danishes, muffins, toast or bagels, fruit (bowl of canned fruit and apples), coffee/hot tea/hot chocolate, boiled eggs, and orange juice. The dining area can be very crowded on the weekends but during the week wasn't bad. The hotel is comparable to La Quinta or Comfort Inn and is very conveniently located to all the sights. The staff is very kind and informative and we would stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our rates reflect what we are, a modest AAA 2 Diamond property, family owned with a priority on customer service. Great central location, commercial pocket – we joke that we are nowhere but right next door to everywhere. Amenities include a complimentary expanded continental breakfast, free wireless internet and parking, and heated outdoor pool. Children 12 and under stay free. Pet friendly. We have a wide selection of room types, including large apartments with kitchens. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Old Town Hotel San Diego
- Old Town Inn San Diego
- Old Town San Diego