San Diego County is huge, encompassing 4,526 square miles. However, when you visit, chances are you plan to see attractions within a 10- to 20-mile radius, including Sea World, the San Diego Zoo, the Gaslamp Quarter, Midway San Diego and Old Town, to name a few. Located just four miles from the San Diego International Airport and easily accessible via the 5 and 8 interstate freeways, Good Nite Inn San Diego is located in the heart of it all and an ideal place to stay for travelers, regardless of their purpose for being in the city.
Its prime location just outside of downtown San Diego makes Good Nite Inn an attractive hotel for busy professionals and vacationing families alike. The hotel manages to feel crisp and modern and warm and inviting at the same time, feelings that are enhanced by the staff’s exceptional customer service and the facility’s clean and spacious accommodations. Guests enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, handicap accessible spaces and tea and coffee on the ground floor.
Good Nite Inn San Diego is within walking distance of several of the city’s main attractions, including Old Town San Diego, SeaWorld and the Marine Corps Recruit Depot. Spend all day in Old Town exploring the Whaley House (supposedly the most haunted house in the nation), picnicking in Presidio Park, gaining a historic and cultural education and shopping at the hundreds of boutique shops. Pick up some handmade tortillas while you wait in line for a patio seat at Café Coyote, the best Mexican food in Old Town, so it is said.
Close to attractions
Take advantage of the easy access to the city's premier attractions, including the San Diego Zoo, the Gaslamp Quarter and the San Diego Convention Center.
Once you’re done eating, you’ll hopefully have enough energy to complete the rest of your tour, which should include Heritage County Park, El Campo Santo Cemetery and Mason Street School, San Diego’s first public schoolhouse.
If you visit during the summer months, be sure to nab a front-row seat at one of SeaWorld’s many popular shows. In addition to witnessing a truly majestic performance, you can then go check out sharks on display in a walk through tunnel tank.
Additional attractions worth visiting while you’re in the area include the U.S.S. Midway, San Diego Zoo, San Diego Safari Park (locally known as the Wild Animal Park), Balboa Park and LEGOLAND.
The San Diego Harbor itself also has a lot to offer.
Once you’re done touring the USS Midway Museum, explore the Maritime Museum of San Diego, which is actually more a collection of ships than a museum. You can take a self-guided tour of the Star of India, the world’s oldest active sailing ship, the 1898 Steam Ferry Berkeley, the 1904 Steam Yacht Medea and the 1914 Californian.
Though all the most popular attractions are within driving and walking distance from Good Nite Inn San Diego, half the fun of visiting San Diego lies in taking public transportation. Old Town Transit Center, with its trolleys and all, is about a 10-minute walk away. The train depot is even closer, while the metro rail station is about a half-hour walk away.