This beach hotel allows guests a intimate view of San Diego’s beach from guests’ balconies or the hotel’s heated outdoor pool
Hotel at a Glance: Blue Sea Beach Hotel
As guests sit poolside at Blue Sea Beach Hotel, the blue-green waters of the Pacific ocean sit just mere feet away. Blue Sea Beach Hotel sits right on the Pacific beach, with its surfer-chic vibe providing a funky, casual getaway from beach activities.
- Oceanfront Oasis: Guests can relax and recharge in Blue Sea Beach Hotel modern rooms, each boasting a private balcony to soak in views of the water or bustling San Diego.
- Hit the Beach: Blue Sea Beach Hotel sits square along San Diego beach, with just a fence separating guests from the hotel’s pool and the beach’s white sand.
- Get Vintage: Whether waiting on a cab or friends to join them, guests can play one of Blue Sea Beach Hotel’s many retro video game tables
- Explore San Diego: Guests can take just a few steps to end up on San Diego’s boardwalk, which lines the entire beach and much of San Diego’s coasts, or explore other nearby attractions including downtown San Diego or SeaWorld.
San Diego, California: Electric Nightlife and Historical Attractions
San Diego’s sunny, comfortably warm weather and 70 miles of coastline have long attracted out-of-towners, but the city’s inland scene is no slouch, either. The Gaslamp Quarter is arguably the trendiest listing on the National Register of Historic Places. The area forms both the historic center of town and a hub of nightlife, with nearly 100 Victorian-era buildings occupied by high-end boutiques and gourmet restaurants.
A stroll through iconic Balboa Park takes you past 17 museums, as well as the world-famous San Diego Zoo. There’s also the vibrant Spanish Village Art Center, a living gallery where local artists produce pottery and oil paintings. In Old Town, shops in Mission-style stucco buildings sell colorful 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 and eerie dolls.