Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites
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Spent a long day (10am - 8pm) at Sea World in SD.
Didn't get wet at the Orca or Dolphin shows but did do on the two water rides (Return to Atlantis - log flume/coaster combo, and Shipwreck Rapids).
Best bit was the Arctic Encounter where we saw Beluga whales, Polar Bears (asleep) and Walrus.
Ate at Burger Lounge in the evening whilst …
Left Anaheim at 11am and did the 90 miles south to San Diego in 90 minutes. Dumped bags at hotel and went for a walk around the port. Couldn't resist the tour of the massive aircraft carrier USS Midway - a floating museum full of planes.Got back to room for about 6.30 and the girls soon found the nearest Hollister which we then had to visit in the …
... as a flash the flag was unfolded across the playing ground so it took up about 80% of the arena space and then their National Anthem was played. It was really a humbling and proud experience hearing the singing and fireworks. There were the Cheer girls of course (28 of them) and they worked ******* their routines throughout the night. When the teams ran on the stadium erupted, again the fireworks and each team in this game has 11 Attack and 11 defence with reserves. ...
... The champagne flowed, and after much searching we finally found a karaoke bar. I can assure you I didn’t shatter any windows by attempting to sing, but I did beat some more Americans at pool. I was feeling pretty good about myself when my opponent shook my hand at the end of a drubbing and uttered “you’re some shooter maaaan”. The same chap offered his opinion of Cleo’s rendition of an Adele song by saying ...
Steve flew back to the US on the 10th and I flew on the 26th. We took a minor detour to Texas and drove a motorhome back to San Diego. While we were in TX, we were able to make a stop in Dallas to meet up with some of Steve's relatives. On our USA road trip, we debated going to Dallas but since it was out of the way and with the cost of gas, we gave it a miss. ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites San Diego
Let me detail the problems at the Pacific Highway location:
-No smoking room reeked of smoke
-Burnholes in duvet, blanket, and sheet (which infers that they aren't changed much....)
-Lost me reservation, then totally overcharged me
-RIGHT BEHIND the train tracks
I would NEVER go back.
Don't listen to others
i was shocked at reading bad things about this hotel. I was checked in by a very poilte gentelman by the name of sean he was very helpful in giving us direction and giving us all the attraction info and then he help me to my room when he saw all the luggage i was tring to carry when i got to the room i was very pleased with the accomadation that were provided. I stayed for five nites and as i looked out into the parking lot everynight it seemed like the hotel was booked everynite so i can't imagine how people have bad things to say about this place if it stays so busy. I was very pleased with the room and the rate i paid 89.95 per night.
We stayed here for 2 nights during our trip through California. The location is okay. The maritime museum, Midway, Seaport Village are all within walking distance. For all other locations a car is needed. If your going to the gaslamp quarter, take the rail to get there and a taxi to return if your going out. Mission and pacific beaches (great!) are a 20/30 minute drive away as is La Jolla (great!!).
Very unpleasant experience.
We booked 7 rooms for my family for my sons Marine Corp Boot Camp Graduation. Was the middle of the week. Not polite staff. Check out at 9am. a bit ridiculous. If you don't mind they allow dogs and the doors do not close quietly in this hotel.
Well, THE PACIFIC INN is not the greatest hotel experience you can have in San Diego. we got a good rate of $89.00 a night, but I would have paid a couple more dollars if I new exactly what I was getting into. The hotel is small and looks good from the outside, but the rooms need to be work on a lot. the furniture is old and the rooms are extremely small, and it also smells a little. The service is not the greatest, the breakfast advertisement is nonsense, its just some toasters and coffee in the front dest. The parking situation is "first come first serve", not that many spots available. My boyfriend and I went out on Saturday night and got back at 2:00 am and found no parking. The pool is really tiny, not that great if you are planing to travel with kids and they want to play in the pool.
Yes, the price is a bargain. But be prepared! There are bars on the room windows, a sign in the very small parking lot that says "Park at your own risk", black mold under the linoleum in the bathroom, a very limited cable tv selection, and a very meager continental breakfast. I would not feel comfortable staying there if I was traveling alone. Even with a companion I was a little uneasy.
We stayed here for two nights while we visited San Diego/Sea World. I got the impression from the internet and from calling on the phone, that this was a nice place with a nice "executive" breakfast each morning. Supposedly we were getting this for a discounted rate of $70/night. While searching the internet I had found other places for cheaper over on Hotel Circle, but was not familiar with the area. I wanted a little bit nicer place with a nice breakfast.
I recently booked a hotel at the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites in San Diego. I booked the hotel 5 days in advance for a weekend getaway that my fiancé and I had planned to go to Sea World. The room I booked was a Jacuzzi suite. I booked the room via email at first, then called to verify by phone. I called the woman 4 times to make sure that everything was set and expressed to her that I wanted to make sure I was definitely booked for the Jacuzzi suite because that was the reason we chose this particular hotel. She told me everything was fine and we were definitely booked for the Jacuzzi suite for the night we requested.