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5 of 5 results for San Diego offers travelers with the most sought after San Diego vacation rental deals. Travelers who have always wanted to visit a California city might want to plan a trip to the state's southern seacoast, where they will find the destination that is San Diego. Ideal weather conditions help to make a visit to one of the many San Diego beaches an essential part of any traveler's vacation itinerary. Our San Diego vacation properties are located near top attractions, restaurants and offer travelers a plethora of awesome memories.

San Diego, CA
Indulge in the luxury of a private vacation condo on the beach when you stay at the Ocean Front Vacation rental. This non-smoking oceanfront rental offers stunning views of the Pacific from almost every room.
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San Diego, CA
Whether visiting San Diego on business or for pleasure, the Embassy Suites San Diego Bay Downtown hotel offers exquisite accommodations and superb hotel services amid the best of the city - including the Gaslamp District, which is less than one mile away!
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San Diego, CA
Located just steps to the shore of the Pacific Ocean, the Pacific Shores Inn offers the best beach accommodations in town. Close to San Diegos Mission Beach with over two and a half miles of shops, restaurants, nightlife and plenty of outdoor recreation for everyone.
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San Diego, CA
Distinctly modern, classically comfortable, that’s the ambiance of The Sofia Hotel. Located in downtown San Diego, this metropolitan oasis offers all of the contemporary sophistication of its urban setting while providing the privacy and relaxation you look for in a great vacation.
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San Diego, CA
Staying at Wyndham Harbor Lights San Diego vacation condos is like stepping into the past. You'll see the rich history of San Diego with classic gaslamp deco-style influence that blends harmoniously with the surrounding neighborhood. This historic district is complemented with a bronze-clad frosted glass canopy in the lobby. Granite base with large radius glass bay windows and walk out balconies with panoramic views extend over 5th Avenue.
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Tourists should not let this city's close proximity to the Mexican border and its many sandy beaches fool them. Those who think they will be sweating through their vacation will be pleasantly surprised to learn that San Diego's climate is neither too hot nor too cold.

Individuals can figure out which sites they want to experience from one of many San Diego vacation rentals, such as The Sofia Hotel, which is just a short ride from the San Diego International Airport.

Of course, when visiting a city by the sea, why not stay at an ocean front vacation rental? In addition to picturesque views of the vast Pacific Ocean, San Diego's Pacific Shores Inn offers guests a location that allows them to experience all that the city's Mission Beach Boardwalk has to offer.

For those who want to literally stay on the water, the Harbor Vacation Club allows its guests an opportunity to stay aboard a yacht or houseboat docked in San Diego Harbor.

As soon as vacationers have selected a place to stay and changed into more comfortable clothes, it is time to explore. If this is somebody's first time in San Diego, then they might want to make a stop at the city's historic Gas Lamp District. Or, they could head to Balboa Park, where they will find a wide variety of cultural attractions, such as museums, gardens and the San Diego Zoo.

The San Diego Zoo allows visitors to see some of the world's most fascinating species as they traverse the Asian Passage to reach the Panda Canyon, Polar Rim and other exciting animal zones. Those who want a little more excitement on their vacation can visit the San Diego Wild Animal Park, where they can take one of several safaris.

Among San Diego's other famous family attractions are Legoland, which takes the concept behind the popular building blocks to a fun new level, and Sea World, where visitors can take in a show featuring killer whales, sea lions and other aquatic wonders.

The most spectacular views in San Diego. Bertrand at Mr. A's is just minutes from Downtown and an eternity from the ordinary dining experience. Be pampered with an extremely attentive staff and enticed with the finest cuisine. See the beautiful San Diego skyline, with views of San Diego Bay, Balboa Park, Coronado, Point Loma and even the world famous San Diego Zoo. Toast an inspiring San Diego sunset from our outdoor, wrap around balcony. And watch the jets gently glide into America's finest city. Bertrand at Mr. A's. A dining experience you will never forget, and always treasure.
Serving the freshest seafood dishes in the Gaslamp Quarter since 1995, Blue Point Coastal Cuisine mixes supper club sophistication with award-winning style.
Stepping into Café Sevilla transports you far away from downtown San Diego. Inside the Fourth Avenue restaurant, a Spanish-courtyard-like dining room and lively tapas bar offer two settings in which to experience Spain’s cuisine and culture. A menu of authentic and inventive tapas, paella, and entrees showcases the flavors of the Iberian Peninsula, with a seemingly endless array of options. Flamenco and Rumba guitarists play nightly in the tapas bar, filling the space with the sounds of Spanish gypsy music. Once you finish your meal, prolong your journey by venturing to the underground nightclub, where flamenco shows, salsa lessons, and dancing can take you through to the wee hours of the morning.
Serves authentic Italian cuisine with a Mediterranean accent and a Tuscan flair. Our menu consists of delightful seafood, steaks, pasta and a full bar. Diners can enjoy dishes made from scratch, containing the freshest handpicked ingredients in a setting of contemporary decor, fresh flowers and candlelight. Patio and window seat dining is also available as well as private accommodations for parties.
This 21 & Up "grill-your-own" steak lounge is located at the "foot" of San Diego's Historic Gaslamp Quarter. This is a friendly, casual alternative to expensive, stuffy steak houses.
Georges on Fifth offers two things not common in the San Diego dining scene: dining in the company of San Diego’s elite and a twelve-ounce Prime Filet Mignon of Certified Angus Beef ®. The former takes the form of a vibrant mural of accomplished San Diegans adorning the restaurant’s two-story walls; the latter is one of the most exceptional cuts of meat in the city. Georges’ menu, with culinary highlights that include USDA Prime steak, day boat scallops, and the highest grade sushi, prioritizes quality ingredients highlighted by beautiful presentation. Factor in its unique location in a former gambling hall and saloon in the Gaslamp, elegant historic private dining rooms and Grammy-nominated pianist Tom Barabas performing on weekends, and you have one exceptional dining experience.
Ice Cream/Chocolatiers
This outpost of San Francisco's famed Ghirardelli chocolatier specializes in chocolate bars and ice cream, served in every size and form from a single scoop in a freshly baked waffle cone, to elaborate sundaes, malts, and banana splits. For 30 bucks, ambitious types can attempt the Earthquake Sundae, a well of eight different ice creams, eight toppings, bananas, nuts, embarrassing quantities of whipped cream, and heaps of glistening red cherries. This is the perfect "time-out" place for families with children, but in truth adults usually are in the majority. It's an oasis of old-fashioned charm in the explosive Gaslamp Quarter.
Jsix and LOUNGEsix, located in the East Village and Gaslamp Quarter, provide a warm and inviting location where professionals, friends and families can feel comfortable. Perfectly situated next to the playful and inviting Hotel Solamar, Jsix is capturing diners' hearts with Chef Christian Graves' sincere and innovative cuisine. Passion is at the core of Jsix. It shines through in everything from the bustling atmosphere to the warm service to the craft of cooking with the best local ingredients and making many items from scratch. Chef Graves creates dishes that have gained the respect of fellow chefs and the admiration of Jsix diners.
Asian Fusion
This outpost of the famous Nobu Matsuhisa restaurant empire in the Hard Rock Hotel is known for inventive and fresh sushi and hot dishes created with a modern Japanese-Peruvian flair. The sexy if rather noisy room with scorched ash wood treatments and jade-green walls makes a cool space to enjoy Nobu classics like white fish tiradito with yuzu citrus and rocoto pepper, lobster in wasabi sauce, or succulent black cod with miso glaze. If you're feeling slightly adventurous, let the sushi chef's whims guide you through a delicious omakase tasting menu.
You wouldn't expect to find fine cuisine at a hip, three-level nightclub, but then you discover Stingaree. Chef Antonio Friscia wows with dishes like calamari, scallops, and prawns in a spicy ménage à trois; gourmet macaroni and cheese studded with bacon; local fish in a medley of veggies from Chino Farm; and Moroccan lamb with local vegetables and roasted potatoes. Dress to impress at Stingaree, which is done in ultra-mod tones of chocolate, turquoise, and orange. Though bottle service reigns here, the spectacular wine list ranges from reasonable labels from California and France to once-in-a-lifetime bottles such as Domaine de la Romanée Conti. A generous happy hour offers 50% off on Kobe beef burgers or harissa sautéed shrimp 5 to 8 pm Tuesday-Friday. On weekends the dining room rocks; buying dinner allows you to skip the long line and $20 club admission; be prepared for crowds and bouncers with attitude.
Sushi Bar/Japanese
Even though it's on a prominent corner, Taka modestly lets its pristine fish imported from around the world and its creative presentations attract a crowd each night. Start with one of the sushi chef's appetizers such as monkfish liver with ponzu or slices of tender hamachi sashimi or a spicy scallop roll before diving into cooked foods such as a crisp soft-shell crab, or an East meets West-style filet mignon. This is a favorite with Japanese visitors.
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