California Is Open for Business

It’s hardly a secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive impact on the travel and hospitality industries. Many would-be travelers planning vacations have postponed their trips, if not canceled them outright.  Nevertheless, California — with all of our magnificent beaches, fantastic weather and endless sunshine — remains open for business. And we’d still…

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Days Inn — Cheers to 50 Years

When the first Days Inn opened in 1970, not even Cecil Day could have known what we would become over the next half-century. Specifically, one of America’s most trusted, consistent, and highest-value names in hospitality; a beacon of respite for weary travelers looking for affordable quality and a great night’s rest.   We hope you’ll take…

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Our Guide To San Diego’s Best Take-Out Spots

If you’re like us, you really appreciate the wide range of culinary delights “America’s Finest City” has to offer. And although we’re navigating uncharted waters thanks to shelter-in-place orders, that doesn’t mean we necessarily have to give up on amazing restaurants. In fact, they need us now more than ever.  So if you’ve grown weary…

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What Makes a Good Burger: Interview With Bunz Chef Jeff Rossman

When you think of San Diego’s culinary scene, you probably think of Mexican delicacies, such as burritos and empanadas, or perhaps the international cuisine at restaurants like Saffron Thai and CUCINA urbana. But at Days Inn, we have one good reason that you should also associate San Diego cuisine with American fare: our signature burger…

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Free Things to Do for Military Members Visiting San Diego

San Diego’s military history and culture is quite significant, as you’ll learn if you explore attractions like USS Midway and Liberty Station, a converted naval base. Therefore, it’s no surprise that we’re known for accommodating our men and women in uniform. Here’s a guide to complimentary experiences you can have if you’re visiting the city…

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Guide To Visiting Old Town San Diego

For those who wish to learn about San Diego’s history, a first stop on any city tour should be Old Town — the first site of Spanish settlement on the West Coast. It’s also just a couple miles from Days Inn San Diego Hotel Circle, making it a convenient destination to explore during your visit….

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The Best Activities for San Diego Spring Break

With its year-round sunshine and vibrant culture — including a world-class dining, shopping, and nightlife scene — San Diego is the perfect destination for spring break (or a winter break, or a summer break…). For those who wish to visit America’s Finest City during March, April, or May, we’ve compiled a list of ways you…

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The Best of San Diego’s Holiday Happenings

The holidays are upon us — and here in San Diego, it’s time for some of the year’s most exciting and engaging events. There’s something for everyone in neighborhoods such as Mission Valley, Little Italy, Balboa Park, and Old Town — from tree lightings to Christmas parades to productions of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.”…

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