San Diego Boutique Hotels
Welcome to San Diego Boutique Hotels. We are the San Diego’s Largest Directory of Boutique Hotels and Inns. Since 1998 we have been providing lodging services over the Internet. San Diego Boutique Hotels offers quality accommodations handpicked by our staff members. All of our properties have been AAA/Mobil Travel Guide rated.
San Diego Boutique Hotels Online is the distinguished traveler’s premier source for selected, genuine boutique hotels from around the world. Hip or historic, elegantly contemporary or uniquely theme, from country retreats to castles to sheer luxury to celebrated designer hotels, Boutique’s hotels and resorts are all unique, in architectural style, sophisticated interior design or decorative theme, and with that special attentive service. Why stay in a common hotel room if you could experience the excitement of the Boutique world!
1. Pacific Terrace Hotel
The Pacific Terrace is an oceanfront boutique hotel with direct access to the white sandy beaches of San Diego. Located midway between Mission Bay and La Jolla and approximately 10 miles from San Diego International Airport, the Pacific Terrace Hotel is the best kept secret among beach lovers.Guests can enjoy the heated outdoor pool and hot tub area with oceanfront views and Tiki torches. There are also professionally licensed massage therapists available upon request. Enjoy the complimentary 24-hour fitness center, complete with showers and changing room and free weekday newspapers are available. The hotel also offers direct beach access, dining privileges at four area restaurants (three within walking distance), welcome glass of wine upon arrival, business services, turndown service, self-service laundry, valet service, gift shop and a secured parking garage for an additional fee of 20 per day.All rooms feature balconies or patios, bathrobes, European bath amenities, stocked minibars, refrigerators, 42-inch plasma TVs, On-Command movies and Nintendo, free in-room high-speed Internet access, coffeemakers, hairdryers, irons, and safes.
2. The Bristol Hotel
Conveniently located in downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, The Bristol Hotel is a modern boutique-style hotel that offers guests a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere. The hotel recently underwent a three million dollar renovation updating all of the hotel’s guest rooms. Stargazers will be happy to know that the ninth floor of the hotel has a retractable ceiling that opens up to San Diego’s night sky. Beach goers will be happy to know that Coronado Island, with its beautiful Coronado Beach, is only a ferry ride across the bay or a ten minute drive across the Coronado Bridge away.
3. Renaissance San Diego Downtown Hotel
The Renaissance San Diego Downtown Hotel (formerly the W San Diego) is located just blocks from Little Italy offering unique restaurants and boutique shopping as well as walking distance to the historic Gaslamp quarter featuring over 150 restaurants and bars, Horton Plaza shopping mall, upscale boutiques, and the theatre district. Another quick walk will take you to the Embarcaderco area which is where you can catch ferries, excursions and our cruise ship terminal. We are within minutes of our most popular attractions such as the world famous San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, Midway Museum, Balboa Park, and the numerous beaches and golf courses.Take advantage of our Acura Experience. We have a personal concierge who can arrange for transportation in one of the hotel’s luxury cars, it will take you anywhere within a 5 mile radius of the hotel for drop off purposes only, an ideal way to get to the Cruise Ship terminal in style. Hotel amenities include the open-air fitness center, rooftop pool and sundeck (with beach sand), rooftop beach bar (with cabanas, fire pit, and nightly movies), Away spa and treatment center, and W Living Room and The Restaurant. The hotel also offers 24-hour room service, poolside massages, a business center, and laundry/valet service. All rooms feature W signature beds, BLISS bath amenities, bathrobes, DVD players, wireless high-speed Internet access, CD players, alarm clocks, 32-inch flat screen TVs, hairdryers, in-room movies, irons and ironing boards, and oversized desks.