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Very Good 4763 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Easy access to Petco Park, home of Major League Baseball’s Padres, via the fourth-floor pedestrian bridge
  • A rooftop pool with views of San Diego Bay and the Coronado Bridge
  • Gaslamp Quarter location puts dozens of clubs, bars and fine dining hot spots within walking distance

What To Know

  • While there's no spa, massage therapy is available by appointment in the hotel's treatment room
  • Fitness center is open 24/7
  • Pets are welcome for a fee


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Play ball at this mod baseball memorabilia-filled tower connected to the Padres’ Petco Park

The Look

This hotel couldn’t be any closer to the Padres’ home field unless its guestrooms were in the dugout. Set right in the heart of the city’s Gaslamp Quarter, the sleek high-rise is the only hotel with a pedestrian bridge directly into a baseball stadium. Fans of America’s pastime can get their fix of some pretty amazing memorabilia on the lower floors, from old wool uniforms to the eclectic collection of baseballs from different eras and old player contracts.

Bed & Bath

Mod cons like flatscreen TVs, coffee/tea makers, and big work desks can be found in all 511 guestrooms. Floor-to-ceiling windows invite in dazzling views of the bay in Omni’s waterfront-facing rooms on the upper floors; by night, the lights of Coronado sparkle on the water.


This Omni’s other big draw is the gorgeous sixth-floor rooftop pool deck. Heated to a comfortable temperature and with peek-a-boo views of San Diego Bay and waterfront skyline, it’s the perfect place to soak in the sun before a stroll through the Gaslamp.

How to Get There

Omni San Diego Hotel
675 L St
San Diego, CA 92101 United States


4.5 Very Good 4763 Reviews
It used to be a 5 star...until they sold out
Reviewed 13 hours ago

We’ve stayed here 3x in the last year, it was a 5 star until this trip. Don’t want to pay $200+ a night to stay with a bunch of teenage girls screaming at the pool, volleyball ball conference ruined our time enjoying the hotel. So obnoxious listening to teenagers screaming, totally out of control, and ruining other guests experiences...Omin sold out! Come on, this is/but shouldn’t be a place where roudy teenagers come to play...and I have kids! Annoyed.

Loved my stay here!
Reviewed 18 hours ago

I stayed here at the Omni while in town for a massive conference across the street recently. I mostly wanted to stay at this hotel because of its proximity to the convention center, but in the end, it was a great choice for several reasons! Every staff person I encountered was incredibly kind and helpful. Upon check-in, I asked if my room has a mini-fridge, and was told it does not, but the kind woman who checked me in ordered one to be delivered, and it was! Immediately! I couldn't have been more grateful. My room was super cozy, comfortable, and clean. Not to mention, the hotel is so conveniently close to the Gaslamp Quarter and all of the eateries and shopping options. Each night after my conference, I explored a bit, whether it was finding a fun new restaurant or funky store, and each morning, I jogged along the embarcadero. One night a couple of conference friends and I took the rail - located just next to the hotel - up to the Old Town area for dinner. Super convenient! And one night I ordered room service (a chicken caesar salad) and it was delicious!

Overall, I'm super pleased with this hotel, and will absolutely stay here again if in the area.

Great, especially for baseball lovers!
Reviewed 1 week ago

The staff here, especially the bell boys (men... people?) were amazing. Valet is pretty pricey, but parking next door isn’t much cheaper. Rooms were great and the views were lovely. It can be tricky getting to the hotel if the Padres are playing, but if you’re planning to go to the game, there’s not a better place to stay!

Business and Pleasure
Reviewed 1 week ago

The hotel was very conveniently located for my business and the hotel is located right next to the baseball park. The staff was very happy to assist with any needs that myself and my associates needed.

Bad experience
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very bad experience. We booked a suite which was not cheap, and our room was not ready when we tried to check in simply ONE hour before. You would think they would prioritize with these kinds of rooms since theyre more expensive. Our two year old needed a nap and a diaper change and we had no where to go! The receptionist was never apologetic nor did she seem interested in helping us out. She said she had put in a rush for house cleaning but one hour later and our room was not ready !!!! BAD EXPERIENCE TO SAY THE LEAST!!!!