Omni San Diego Hotel
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
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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
My friends and I loved this hotel. We had a beautiful water view on a higher floor. The room wasn't huge, but it was pretty comfortable for 3 ladies. Very clean and updated. All the staff was friendly.
We loved having access to Petco Park directly from the hotel. It was a much-appreciated perk. The location in general was great too, right near the Gaslamp District and near the tram/trolley stop. Across the tram tracks and the street from the convention center, and close to a ferry to Coronado.
I'd definitely stay here again, especially if I was going to a game.
I stayed at the Omni while attending a conference at the San Diego Convention Center. The hotel location was a short two minute walk to the convention center and close to a variety of restaurants. I also had a beautiful view of the bay. This is a great option if you want to be close to the convention center.
Had several issues: upon arrival requested room type was not available, I had a broken piece of luggage by the staff and my room had poor air conditioning to the point that I had to leave it at 50 degrees and close the curtains to block out the sun. I was Very disappointed with this property.
This place is a very large hotel with a nice gym, a pool outside, McCormick and Schmidts in hotel. Food was good service very good. The doorman with the beard is excellent. Front desk friendly. Rooms are old and dark . Bathrooms has all necessary items. I had a massage which you book through hotel. There is no spa there but a room for a massage. It was fair.
Nothing stood out about this hotel to make it a memorable experience. The room was nice but for that cost I would have hoped to been wowed. A good and welcoming hot breakfast option would have been nice. Restaurant did not feel inviting and $7. for a bottle of water in the room, really!