Booking a day use room in sun-drenched San Diego? Fine-tune your itinerary with some tips and fun facts to make the best of your time in this warm weather playground.
Discovering the Sunny City by the Bay via San Diego Day Rooms
A Feast for the Senses - From fine-dining fare at celebrity Chef Brian Malarkey’s Herb & Wood, to wildly creative cocktails at George’s Level 2, to one of the best chicken sandwiches you’ll ever encounter at Crack Shack — San Diego is a food-filled paradise.
Amusing Attractions for All - From the famous marine mammals of Seaworld to the playful, hands-on experience of Legoland, to the roller coaster of Belmont Park, San Diego is home to a wide variety of exciting attractions for both kids and adults alike. The San Diego Zoo and Balboa Park are must-dos, too.
Beautiful Beaches Year Round - At its heart, San Diego is a sunny city full of sand, sea, and surfers. Whether you’re looking to go tidepooling at Cabrillo National Monument or catch a wave at the world famous Trestles point break, it’s no secret that San Diego beaches are beautiful and busy (year round). Catch a quick nap at a San Diego day room, then hit the surf.
Baseball and Craft Beer - There’s no better place to enjoy a hot dog and catch a baseball game than Petco Park, which rests scenically right along the bay. Even better, is that San Diego has grown to be one of the most recognized beer towns in America — so you can sit back, sip your beverage, and unwind.
Eight San Diego Facts to Swoon Over
San Diego produces more avos than any other spot in the United States and celebrates with an annual avocado festival.
The biggest collection of original Dr. Seuss manuscripts can be found at UCSD’s Geisel Library.
One of the city’s most iconic hotels, the Hotel Del Coronado displayed the first electrically lit outdoor Christmas tree in 1904.
San Diego’s average year-round temperature is 70 degrees (hello sunshine).
The San Diego Zoo was the birthplace of Hua Mei, the first giant panda cub to survive to adulthood in the United States.
Built in 1863, the Star of India is the fourth-oldest ship afloat in the United States and the world’s oldest active sailing ship.
True to the skate, surf and snowboard lifestyle, Olympian Shaun White and X-Games aficionado Tony Hawk both were raised in San Diego.
The Giant Dipper at Belmont Park (built in 1925) is one of two U.S. roller coasters officially on the National Historic Landmark — the other being its slightly older wooden sibling, the Giant Dipper (1924) in Santa Cruz, CA.