From the outside, WorldMark San Diego – Balboa Park looks like a cozy apartment building or renovated historic structure. Inside, however, the wash of natural light, warm colors and minimalist décor invite visitors to put down their bags and stay awhile. The hotel, which is owned by the luxury hotel brand, Wyndham, embodies the spirit of the neighborhood in which it’s located. It boasts character and charm, offers guests plenty of modern amenities and promises to fulfill each person’s desires for their San Diego vacation.
This East Village hotel promises to deliver to guests the ultimate SoCal experience. The resort is welcoming to families, groups of friends and business people alike. When guests first arrive, they are greeted by a newly-renovated lobby and down-to-earth staff who are there to make their stays as comfortable and stress-free as possible. The intimate hotel offers many deluxe suites designed to make extended says a breeze, though its guestrooms are also perfect for weekend getaways as well.
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Though many guests find that they’re constantly in and out of the hotel during their stay, as it is in the heart of one of San Diego’s best neighborhoods, the hotel itself offers activities and things for guests to do during their downtime. The rooftop terrace is ideal for socializing over cocktails and soaking up the rays of the nearly year-round sunshine. The lobby boasts a communal pool table, and a private business center is perfect for guests who need to go over last-minute business matters. The fitness center, though cozy, provides all the equipment guests may need to keep up with their daily workout regimes.
Shopping, dining and renowned attractions are just a short walk away from WorldMark San Diego – Balboa Park. Balboa Park, 1,200 acres of colorful gardens, lush foliage, nature trails, museums and shops, is less than a 10-minute walk away. The San Diego Zoo, which is part of Balboa Park, is also right around the corner.
Guests may choose to walk to nearby Downtown San Diego, catch an Uber or taxi or drive themselves. Downtown offers a host of things to do for people of all ages, including the USS Midway, a historic naval aircraft carrier-turned museum; Seaport Village, a collection of shops, restaurants and galleries in a kitschy square; Gaslamp quarter, which boasts an array of boutiques, eateries and bars; Petco Park, home to the Padres; and Old Town San Diego, home to historic monuments, some of the area’s best Mexican eateries, the Whaley House and great shopping.