Top Reasons to Visit Best Western Plus Otay Valley
- The hotel is centrally located near major attractions in downtown San Diego, including the San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, and the trendy Gaslamp Quarter.
- A Southwestern theme pervades the Mission-style building, which has clay roof tiles and stucco walls. Vibrant yellow and orange accents add warmth to guest rooms.
- It’s a great jumping-off point for across-the-border trips to Mexico, about four miles south of the hotel.
- Your stay includes complimentary amenities such as a hot breakfast buffet, WiFi, and cable TV with HBO. Smoking and nonsmoking rooms are available.
- It’s the closest hotel to the Knott’s Soak City water park, located just two miles away.
Chula Vista, California: Hiking and Kayaking Minutes From San Diego
Bordered by the Pacific on one side and mountains on the other, Chula Vista earns its name, which means “beautiful view” in Spanish. The weather—sunny and warm almost every day of the year—makes this a great place to hike, kayak, or cool off at the popular water park Knott’s Soak City. The city's location offers easy access to the Mexican Border and downtown San Diego, both of which are just 7 miles away.
San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter is arguably one of the trendiest listings on the National Register of Historic Places. The area forms both the historic center of town and a hub of San Diego nightlife, with nearly 100 Victorian-era buildings now occupied by high-end boutiques, jewelers, and gourmet restaurants.
During the day, a stroll through iconic Balboa Park takes you past 17 separate museums, as well as the world-famous and much beloved San Diego Zoo. There's also the vibrant Spanish Village Art Center, a living gallery where local artists continuously produce pottery, handblown glass, and oil paintings for sale.
Farther north, in Old Town—site of the first European settlement in California—shops in Mission-style stucco buildings sell colorful wrestling masks, woven baskets, and maracas. Nearby stands The Whaley House Museum, dubbed one of the Most Terrifying Places in America by the Travel Channel. Ghosts of former residents are said to inhabit the rooms, which are filled with Victorian furniture, eerie dolls, and squeegees for ectoplasm cleanup.
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