Free Things to Do for Military Members This Memorial Weekend

San Diego’s relationship with service culture is longstanding and significant. Not only is the city the location of several active U.S. Naval installations, we’re also home to historic attractions like the USS Midway Museum and San Diego Veterans Museum. Even Liberty Station — a popular shopping, dining and entertainment hub — was built on the…

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Enjoying Land and Sea in San Diego

San Diego is known as an irresistible getaway destination for many reasons — our perfect weather and endless sunshine chief among them. And thanks to our varied topography (with beaches, hiking trails and even mountains just a stone’s throw away), there’s truly no end to all the ways locals and visitors alike can get out…

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Locals’ Favorite San Diego Taco Shops

Tacos. Even saying the word “tacos” out loud brings on the hunger pangs. There’s nothing quite like biting into a delicious taco when those cravings hit. Good thing “America’s Finest City” enjoys a location right next to the border. Because of this, the Mexican food scene in the metro is easily the best in the…

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A painted wood and metal Santa Morte skeleton statue behind a fence in Old Town San Diego

Visitors’ Guide to Old Town San Diego

San Diego locals and visitors alike know that our coastal gem of a city is a haven of warm sunshine, beautiful beaches, and amazing things to do. What may not be as widely known is that “America’s Finest City” is the birthplace of California. The first European visitors on the west coast were Spanish missionaries…

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Cover Your Bases at a San Diego Padres Game

Fans of Major League Baseball are in luck when visiting “America’s Finest City.” Our own hometown heroes the San Diego Padres have been delivering satisfying slug-fests in the city for more than 50 years. The Padres’ home field of Petco Park is widely recognized as one of the finest stadiums in the league, as well….

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Grassy floral hill overlooking San Diego Bay with boats and the city skyline in the distance

Your San Diego Spring Break “To-Do” List

Who says you still need to be in school to enjoy an amazing spring break? Not us. Spring is a time of renewal, and there’s no better time to get out and enjoy “America’s Finest City” than now. Even so, since there’s so much to do here, it can be tough to know where to…

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Aerial view of Coronado Bridge with vehicles, boats, and the San Diego skyline in the distance

Take a Scenic San Diego Drive to Days Inn

San Diego is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Between our miles of breathtaking coastline, loads of landmarks and charming seaside neighborhoods, there’s simply no shortage of picturesque destinations to experience. And the best way to take it all in? Hopping in your car, picking a direction, and striking out in search…

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The Best Restaurants in Mission Valley

San Diego’s reputation as a “foodie” town isn’t an accident. Our melting-pot culture, age-old status as a shipping port, and easy access to the fruits of California’s amazing agriculture and fishing make our local eateries some of the most celebrated in the world. In fact, our hotel’s surrounding neighborhood is a shining spot even within…

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Neighborhood Guide: Little Italy

Craving the patio cafes, pubs, shops, piazzas, and restaurants of Italy? We have just the spot for you! Spend a day (or a few) exploring the authentic and inviting Little Italy. Discover delicious food, drinks, a farmers market, and the festive Piazza della Famiglia. Keep reading to learn about some of our favorite Little Italy…

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Group of people running and cycling on a wooden San Diego beach boardwalk

Why You Should Visit San Diego in 2023

Planning your travels for 2023? San Diego has fun and exciting events on the calendar for every single month. If you’re trying to plan your San Diego getaway now, but aren’t sure what time of year to visit — we’ve put together a guide that highlights one of our favorite events happening each month of…

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