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Doubletree Hotel San Diego Mission Valley

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • stellar service
  • large rooms
  • good for fitness buffs

    Cons

  • dated bathrooms
  • unimpressive views

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Doubletree Hotel San Diego Mission Valley Review

Near the Fashion Valley shopping mall and adjacent to the Hazard Center—which has a seven-screen movie theater, four major restaurants, and more than 20 shops—the Doubletree is also convenient to Route 163 and I–8. A San Diego Trolley station is within walking distance. Public areas done in a neoclassical style are bright and comfortable, well suited to this hotel's large business clientele. Amenities include heated indoor and outdoor pools, two tennis courts, and a recently renovated fitness center. Executive floor guests enjoy a complimentary Continental breakfast and happy hour.

    Hotel Details

  • 300 rooms, 3 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 12-03-2012

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    Comfortable Accomodations

    I was pleased how huge the rooms were! I’ve stayed in other hotel rooms that were half the size and twice the rate. The new fitness center and pools were wonderful. We had sipped on wine by the fire pits at the pool, very cozy.

    by smart_traveler, 5/14/08

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