Experience San Diego Bay, Mission Bay & Beaches
From watersports to waterfront restaurants serving up some of the best California coastal cuisine in the region, the San Diego Bay areas and beaches are a hub of activity and scenic, natural beauty. Spend your days relaxing on the sand at one of our nearby beaches, ride the rollercoaster at Belmont Park, or get out on the water on Mission Bay! Go behind the scenes of Aaron Chang's world-famous ocean art galleries, browse the shops and boutiques that dot Seaport Village, or stroll the piers that line the Embarcadero. Within minutes, you'll find the city's most scenic spots, with bay views serving as the perfect backdrop for drinks with friends, or lunch with the family.
With our central location just minutes away from all of these areas, explore everything San Diego’s waterfront has to offer from the Days Inn San Diego Hotel Circle by SeaWorld.
SAN DIEGO BAY WATERFRONT (5 MILES)
Wrapping along San Diego Bay, the city's waterfront is home to a rich maritime history, a variety of restaurants with panoramic views, and plenty of opportunities for fun on the water.
SAN DIEGO'S NEARBY BEACHES
With year-round sunshine and 70 miles of glorious coastline, it's no wonder San Diego is world-famous for its beaches. Whether you're looking to spend the day surfing, out on the boat, or simply sunbathing, there's a spot for you. Check out a few of our favorite beaches below!
- Ocean Beach (5 miles)
- Mission Beach (6 miles)
- Pacific Beach (7 miles)
- Our Guide to San Diego Beaches
MISSION BAY (5 MILES)
For a laidback day of fun in the sun, visit Mission Bay! Enjoy plenty of beach, grassy picnic space, basketball courts, volleyball courts, children's playgrounds, barbecue grills, fire rings, and bike paths at the largest man-made aquatic recreational park in the country.
- Mission Bay Park
- SeaWorld San Diego
- Watersports on the Bay (Check out Adventure Water Sports, located at our sister hotel, The Dana on Mission Bay!)
- Want to learn more about what this neighborhood has to offer? Head on over to Discover Mission Bay for more info!