Four Points by Sheraton San Diego
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... the gas lamp quarter as there are actual gas lamps lighting up the streets as we pass through late at night, awesome right, well the banners hanging off of the lamp posts that read 'the gas lamp quarter' might also give it away. on entering the hostel the steps are dead ahead, but to the right are a set of American traffic lights that look pretty awesome. We paid the rest of our fees for the room rental, and made our way ...
... strange incident occurred as we were eating. There was a birthday party in there and all of a sudden about 40 teenage girls just stood up and started to sing and dance to the songs that were playing! After food we walked back to the ferry and back to the ship. I was was knack weed and with all that walking in wet feet, I'd given myself some really big blisters! Every toe had one, my heels and the ball of my foot. Luckily it was back to sea the next day and I could wear my comfy work ...
... called Filippi’s Pizza Grotto (I don’t know what we would do without that website!) which was rated really highly, and so we decided to go there. The food was so good! It was really cheap, home cooked Italian food and the portions were enormous!
The next day we walked down to the waterfront, where the rich folk of San Diego keep their boats. It was quite funny to see a few Sunseekers ...
... long and extremely high, ( the highest bridge we have ever been on) over to Coronado. Coronado is a very exclusive area, it features the Hotel Del Coronado in which "Some like it hot" with Marilyn Monroe was produced. After driving over the huge bridge we stopped at Balboa park, San diego's equivalent of Central Park. This is also where San Diego zoo is located, we did not go into San Diego zoo however we had our photo taken there, ...
... called The Cosmopolitan, where we happened to get a table outside. My entree was a classic fish taco which, up until the last bite was delicious. It turns out, spicy salsa can actually pile up into the last bite, resulting in a fire mouth Bethany who is forced to chug soda and then a pack of sugar. Throughout the meal, I found myself getting colder and colder. Therefore I put on my jacket.. But I was still cold....so I got my waiter to turn on a heater. Next thing I knew, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Historical Traveler Reviews Four Points by Sheraton San Diego
Shortage of Staff
I called to cancel my reservation and was put on hold for over 7 minutes. The excuse of the person was that she was the only person working and there was a lot of people that she was helping. If this is an example of your hotel, I don't think I would want to stay there.
Perfectly happy with this hotel
I stayed at this hotel while on vacation in August. We asked for a renovated room and had to wait about an hour to get one, but were still able to check in before the check in time. The room and the bathroom were large and clean. There was a refrigerator in the room and a view of the golf course. The staff was polite and friendly. The hotel is not near very many tourist attractions, but certainly within easy driving distance. I would definitely stay at the hotel again.
Why all the complaints?
I read the above reviews with quite a bit of trepidation about out upcoming visit to the 4 Points Sheraton SD. Our experience was not similar to those listed above. We asked and received a renovated room with 2 double beds. The room was clean and had a nice bathroom. There was a microwave and refrigerator. There was free internet access using our laptop. There were movies via lodge net. The pool and the golf course are nice and uncrowded. The price was very reasonable and made the experience even more pleasurable. The room was quiet... I've stayed at many luxury and not so nice hotels all over the world and would gladly return here for our next visit.
I couldn't believe this place was a Sheraton. I chose this hotel for the decent price and got less than what I paid for. The first room we were given was disgusting. Upon entering the bathroom it was evident that the shower was used (by a very dirty person, I would say) and not cleaned before our arrival. Till this day I still figure out how on earth that happened. Body scum Everywhere!
Staff not helpful
Nothing here for kids except the pool which it was to cold to swim during our visit, no tv channels for kids and not even a pay movie that is kid friendly. Staff didn't seem to care because they were "sold-out" and they we were stuck with a smoking room when at the time of reservation I asked for a non-smoking room. A can of spray can't kill the smoke smell people...... If you have kids stay somewhere else.
I had nothing but problems with this hotel. I stayed here while on a business trip to San Diego. If you're vacationing in the area and want to stay here, you may not have as many problems, but if you are in San Diego on business I recommend you stay somewhere else. The "business center" consists of one computer and a very slow printer located in the middle of the sales/catering office. The staff varied from kind and accomidating to incredibly rude, even snapping at guests and complaning to guests that the hotel is understaffed. There is a pay laundry room, but it was out of soap. The rooms were not the nicest (stains on the carpet, peeling wallpaper, broken electrical plugs), but the hotel is remodeling so I suppose there is hope for that. This has been one of my worst hotel experiences.
Stayed at this hotel for four nights recently, and we were pleasantly surprised. Many of the rooms are very recently renovated (ask for a remodelled room at check in), the hotel is quiet (a business-type hotel), and reasonably priced (about $85 USD per night). The pool and large hot tub are well-maintained and there is a small fitness centre by the pool. The gift shop is tiny, and the restaurant's menu is somewhat lacking, but overall a good value at this hotel. Guests can use the hotel's internet for 15 minutes free per day (handy for checking e-mail, etc.), and there is a free shuttle bus which will pick you up at the airport, and shuttle you to Sea World, the Zoo, Balboa Park, local malls, etc. Ask the shuttle driver for information on having pizza delivered to your room. The hotel is about a 10-15 minute drive from the Zoo, and there isn't much to do in the hotel area itself, but the shuttle drivers are very accomodating in arranging trips to local malls and restaurants. The staff were friendly and courteous. We would stay here again.
This place is cheap because of the location - it's not close to anything, but it's also not far from everything. I stayed in room 1081 on a weekday in July, 2003. Very pleasantly suprised. This is a three story sprawling complex attached to a 9-hole executive golf course (where else can you have a room on a fairway in CA for < $100?) Free, close-by parking. The lobby area is cheap and tacky looking, but my room was great. All of the furniture looked new and of good quality.
Great Pool and Spa
The staff was friendly and helpful, the room was clean although the carpet was old and a bit stained. I would go back for the food and the pool! The room service food (from the onsite restaurant, delivered in less than 30 minutes) was gourmet in quality and the pool and spa were large and clean. It was a very pleasant and calm atmosphere, the staff was amazing. It was a good location for us, 8 miles from Seaworld and we were given printed driving directions to all local attractions.