The Consulate Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of The Consulate Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews The Consulate Hotel San Diego
Travel Blogs from San Diego
Arrived in Callao, which is the port for Lima. Lima is a city of 9 million people so there are people everywhere. The weather was overcast with fog and a temp. of 18C. We left the ship at 10:00 and our guide from Condor Travel Comp. was right there to meet us. We had a drive in a brand new van and took us to the airport and made sure that we knew where we had to go, now that's service. Our flight took 1 1/2 hours from Lima to Cusco and again Condor was right there to ...
... able to buy some muesli bars and bananas at a supermarket near our hotel so that was our lunch. Unfortunately we didn’t see the panda cubs as it was a 45 minute queue and we were pushed for time. The photos will say what we saw. I was having an off day which meant that I struggled to keep up the pace.
We had 5 hours at the zoo before we were picked up so we were able ...
After a week in Vegas waiting on number 11 to come up. Finally, number 11 and 12, were our seat numbers on the bus to San Diego. All we can say is that it was a long nine hour bus trip. We must've seen all of LA that day. After an eternity we made it. Finally we got to San Diego airport. It felt great to stretch our legs. From here we jumped in a cab and headed to our hotel for three nights. We had a wee laugh with the hotel owner who moved here thirty ...
... room reserved for Monday night and couldn't add on to my room at the Hilton resort Karen and I had reserved for Tuesday to Friday. Ii decided to select the hotel by its proximity to an Irish Pub so I plugged in the Dublin Square Irish Pub to my Garmin. Once I arrived I started looking for hotels that were nearby I ended up at the Marriott Marquis which was about 2 miles from the pub. I walked into a pub that was transported from Ireland to SD. I am pleased ...
... be more buildings than trees there. It looks like little Spain with all the colonial buildings. A great spot to spend free time (also the famous zoo is there, but we haven't checked it out as it's way too expensive), but doesn't feel like real people live there, if you know what I mean.
A nice and very popular spot is the monument on the seashore, near the Seaport Village called the Unconditional Surrender. It's the monument representing a sailor kissing a ...