Standing proudly on the block of 5th, 6th and J, Pendry San Diego resides in the epicenter of San Diego’s vibrant Gaslamp Quarter. The hotel strikes a balance between contemporary and traditional, pairing classic Southern California influence with modern luxury programming and amenities. Seasoned travelers can take refuge in what feels like a home away from home, set within a stunning environment.
They have everything you need:
- 317 guestrooms, including 36 suites
- Four miles from San Diego International Airport
- Two blocks to Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres
- Three blocks to the San Diego Convention Center
- Luxury linens
- Fully stocked mini bar
- Six restaurants and bars
- Rooftop pool
- 24-hour fitness center
- Spa Pendry
- 35,000 square feet of meeting and event space
Featuring a collection of six unique restaurants and bars, and highlighting some of the city’s most talented chefs and progressive concepts, Pendry San Diego is a true culinary and entertainment hub within the city. From coffee to cocktails, from poolside to basement, and from casual to luxe, they have everything under one roof.
Downtown San Diego is a thriving, pedestrian-friendly pocket of California where coast meets city. Pendry San Diego resides in the Gaslamp Quarter, a central and historic neighborhood home to a bustling mix of restaurants, shops and nightlife. The adjacent East Village neighborhood features Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres, as well as a community of new residential glass towers and an up-and-coming culinary scene.
A few minutes by bike is Little Italy, a charming collection of streets lined with converted warehouses that are home to many of San Diego’s creatives as well as some of the best restaurants and breweries in the city. Just a bit farther north is North Park, a hip and eclectic neighborhood with a mix of boutiques, art galleries, studios, cafés and breweries. And, of course, some of the best beaches in the country are minutes from the greater downtown community.
Lynne Tucker is a travel writer and photojournalist based in Palm Desert.