Not only is the TownePlace Suites convenient to San Diego Airport, but it is also close to the best of the city’s attractions. Check out these hotspots during your visit:
Liberty Station is former Navy building, is a market with shops, galleries, and restaurants. It’s less than two miles from the hotel, so you can run over for a quick lunch or linger for drinks and dinner.
San Diego Bay
San Diego Bay is in the heart of the city and offers visitors lots of options, from whale-watching tours and charter sailboats to museums, including the USS Midway, a retired aircraft carrier, and the Maritime Museum, which boasts the Star of India, the world’s oldest active sailing ship.
San Diego Zoo
The zoo is a must-see for animal lovers, with natural displays, up-close opportunities, an aerial tramway, and play areas for children. The separate Safari Park is a separate park with a variety of safari experiences to choose from.
SeaWorld has a unique experience in San Diego, in part because of the many seals and sea lions in this area of the Pacific Ocean. With the rehabilitation efforts of the park, in addition to the live shoes and thrill rides, this amusement park is a beloved attraction in the city.
Balboa Park is the cultural center of the city, with multiple museums, performing arts venues, gardens, outdoor art, and even shops and restaurants. If you can’t find something to enjoy in Balboa Park, you just aren’t trying hard enough.
The Village is adjacent to the Embarcadero, is a preserved portside attraction that offers dining, shopping, live entertainment, and an historic carousel for children of all ages.
La Jolla is not far from the hotel, is a prime location for your beach adventures, with surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, sunbathing, and kayaking along the cove or beaches. Tourists like to see the sea lions and seals that reside at Seal Rock or frolic near Children's Pool Beach. The town also is home to UC-San Diego and the Salk Institute, which attracts science and architecture fans each year.