There are many fun activities to enjoy near the La Quinta San Diego Mission Bay. This hotel is just a short drive from some of San Diego’s most popular beach neighborhoods, like Pacific Beach and Mission Beach. However, if you’d rather explore Downtown San Diego neighborhoods such as the Gaslamp District or head north to Carlsbad, they’re just a short drive away on Interstate 5.
With so many exciting attractions and activities so close to the hotel, be sure to pick up a Go San Diego Pass before your trip! With the Go San Diego Pass, you can save money on admission to many of San Diego’s most popular attractions. You can also save on popular gear rentals, like surfboards and bicycles. Be sure to use our exclusive discount code for even more savings!
Here are some of the most exciting attractions and activities to explore while staying at the La Quinta San Diego Mission Bay.
SeaWorld San Diego
SeaWorld San Diego is a short drive away from the hotel and has fun attractions for people of all ages. You’ll see rare marine animals and even enjoy interactive experiences with orcas, sea lions, and bat rays.
There are also roller coasters and thrill rides for both kids and adults, as well as plenty of shopping and dining options. Depending on when you visit, you may also see a live fireworks show, live music, or street performers.
One of the best things to do while visiting San Diego is relax on the beach!
The closest beach to this hotel is Pacific Beach. Here you can relax on the sand or even learn to snorkel. If you’d prefer a more active beach day, you can rent a bike and ride it up and down the waterfront, or even kayak through the ocean and bay.
After a fun day in the sun, be sure to check out some of the neighborhood’s renowned nightlife.
Old Town San Diego
Another fun attraction near La Quinta San Diego Mission Bay is Old Town San Diego. Here you can take in some of San Diego’s best history while having a drink at one of the local restaurants or shop for a souvenir to take home.
This neighborhood was where the first European settlement in California was built in the 18th century. This state historic park is home to historic buildings from this era as well as the original mission, which remains on top of the hill overlooking the neighborhood.
In Old Town you’ll find live history reenactments, specialty shops, and plenty of classic Mexican food.