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Omni San Diego Hotel

Pros

  • Great views
  • Good location
  • Modern setting

Cons

  • Busy
  • Crowded during baseball season

Updated 05/16/2014

Fodor's Review

Business travelers who also want to catch a baseball game flock to this modern masterpiece that occupies the first 21 floors of a 32-story high-rise overlooking PETCO Park. A sky bridge that opens 90 minutes before game time connects the hotel and the stadium. With its vaulted ceilings and modern-clubby furniture, the lobby is simply stunning. All rooms have windows that open to the breeze, and most have views of the ocean, the bay, the downtown skyline, or the ballpark's

outfield. Room amenities include DVD players and bathrobes. A stone fireplace anchors the pool terrace, where you can dine al fresco or relax on padded chaise longues.

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Hotel Information

Address:

675 L St., San Diego, California, 92101, USA

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Phone:

619-231–6664; 800-843–6664

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 478 rooms, 33 suites
  • No meals

Updated 05/16/2014

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By tyleach

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Feb 20, 2007

Fantastic convention location

The people giving this hotel low marks are ridiculous. The lobby smells like fish? Well maybe that's because top notch outpost of McCormack & Schmicks seafood restaurant and large bar is just off lobby. Gee, no payphone in lobby; who uses payphones! Very luxurious modern business persons hotel across from SD Convention Center, adjacent to PetCo Park to take in a Padres Game. Sure there is construction as this is a booming downtown area. Area is NOT

seedy at all. Top choice for conventions.

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By Amy

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Aug 4, 2006

Almost Like Being at Home

Sleek and stylish. My corner room on the 16th floor was huge, comfortable and clean! Friendly and helpful staff. Great location for convention center.

By Ronnie

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Nov 18, 2005

Not For Vacationers

Stayed here in November, just two weeks ago. Lobby is tiny and cold. You can smell an acrid fish-odor coming from the hotel's restaurant. Check-in was fast, but not warm or helpful. For example, there is no 3rd floor in the elevator, so if in order to get there, I had to run up and down the staircases to try and figure it out. There is an out-door pool, which is almost hot and very, very shallow, so you cannot swim in it. There are loud, obnoxious

businessmen and women almost everywhere you turn, evidently at meetings in the hotel. The neighborhood is seedy and ugly.

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By Sara

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Nov 9, 2005

Omni San Diego left a salty taste

Over all, i was a little let down. The saltwater pool was very nice, warm, with pumped in music underwater. The fitness room was modern but was always very crowded and the TV's were always blaring, when small personal telivisions are provided. Elevator service was a little slow, espeecilly on the 6th floor. The room was decent, with 21st centurty headboards, and a CD and DVD player, but the TV cabinet door would not stay open and flapped in front.

If you are not a buissness traveler (to whom this hotel caters to and is overun with) I would give this hotel a pass on my next vist to the city, due to the noisy area and number of guests staying for buissness purpoes.

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