The Hard Rock Hotel San Diego is an upscale and contemporary establishment with a classic rock-n-roll twist. It is located in the heart of downtown, in the center of the city’s famous Gaslamp Quarter. Though there are several reasons visitors choose to stay in this particular hotel, its proximity to PETCO Park (located just one block away) and the San Diego Convention Center (right across the street) is one of the establishment’s most attractive features.
The Hard Rock Hotel is far from lacking when it comes to comforts and amenities. Float, a stylish pool-side oasis by day and sophisticated lounge by night, offers stunning panoramic views of the city. As a guest, you’ll enjoy VIP access for two, private poolside cabanas and cozy fire rings.
It's Baseball Time!
Located just one block away from the hotel, Petco Park is the perfect option for a baseball afternoon game with friends and family. Go Padres!
Maryjane’s is another Hard Rock staple. The diner’s open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and midnight snacks. It’s famous for its signature mimosas, Tijuana-style eggs benedict and Baja fish tacos. Maryjane’s is also a great place to mingle with the locals, who like to stop by for Happy Hour between Monday and Friday. Other eating establishments in the hotel include 207, a laid back den in which you will find casual conversation and delectable cocktails, and Nubu, which delivers equally on ambiance, superior service and gourmet food.
As a business hub, downtown San Diego is a frequent travel destination for global executives and their teams. With a prime location right across the street from the convention center, Hard Rock San Diego must cater to these individuals, which it does via its 40,000 square footage of indoor/outdoor meeting and event space. On the rare occasion that the weather is bad, guests can retreat to the 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center for their daily exercise.
The Hard Rock Hotel is not too far from anything and everything worth seeing in the San Diego area. Seaport Village, which contains over 50 boutique shops, 13 diverse eateries and outdoor entertainment, is less than one mile from the entrance. The U.S.S. Midway, a historic naval aircraft carrier, is just a mile walk, while right next door you’ll find the San Diego Maritime Museum — a collection of ships and submarines that all tell their own intriguing story.
Old Town San Diego is a charming blend between Seaport Village and the Midway in that it offers both unique boutiques and eateries and history. Old Town San Diego is Spanish-inspired and offers some of the best Mexican food in the area. Other nearby attractions worth visiting include the San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, Coronado Island, Sea World, Mission Beach, the Del Mar Racetracks and Tajuana, Mexico.