Beach Haven Hotel does not independently schedule activities or tours, but most of Beach Haven's guests don't need the service because they are so close to so many popular destinations in San Diego. Take a walk in any direction and you're sure to find all that you seek. Read below for ideas of what to do during the day, and where to eat, shop and recreate.
Make a Memory
Consider family-friendly daytime play options such as Sea World and majestic Balboa Park, a sprawling, shimmering campus that includes the world-famous San Diego Zoo, Fleet Science Center, Natural History Museum, Museum of Man, Japanese Friendship Garden, Marie Hitchcock Puppet Theater, Air and Space Museum, Pepper Grove Playground and Smithsonian of the West. Sports fans may wish to head over to the grounds of Qualcomm Stadium (NFL home of the Chargers) or Petco Park (MLB home of the Padres).
Eat and Drink
Whatever you're craving, San Diego's got it, and it's likely to be a close to Beach Haven. Consider popular destinations for seafood, steak, burgers, tacos and brews. Nearby establishments include JRDN Restaurant, World Famous Grill, The Patio on Lamont, Pacific Beach Fish Shop, Bird Rock Coffee, Oscar's Mexican Seafood and Raglan Public House.
Shop and Stroll
Whether you're ready to use that vacation credit card or just enjoy window shopping, take your pick of glamorous malls such as UTC La Jolla and Fashion Valley. Want to stay outdoors but still get your retail therapy? Definitely visit the hip, legendary Gaslamp Quarter in Downtown San Diego. Other attractive shopping destinations include Garnet Street - Pacific Beach, Newport Avenue, Little Italy and 30th St.
Nurture your Nightowl
An abundance of cocktail lounges, taprooms, taverns, dancehalls and clubs awaits you not far from Beach Haven. It's easy to grab a taxi or rideshare to popular nearby nightlife venues such as Thrusters Lounge, Duck Dive and the Tap Room all in Pacific Beach.