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In the lobby they have an automatic piano which is my opinion does not fit the otherwise trendy hotel. Ambient music or smooth jazz would be a far better choice.
The service of the front desk is kind and everybody seems very willing to help with advice.
The valet parking of $17 is resonable compared to other large cities.
As far as I could tell, the hotel did not have a fitness center, but otherwise there were all the expected facilities.
In general I can recommend the hotel if you prefer a very modern trendy style rather that older more historic hotels.
From journal A day in San Diego
New York City, New York
March 15, 2002
The location of the hotel is excellent if you want to be smack in the middle of downtown; it's just 3 blocks' walk to the Gaslamp District which is filled with restaurants, bars and nightlife... and also just a 10-minute drive from the hipper Hillcrest neighborhood, also filled with fantastic restaurants and bars.
My room was bigger that I thought it would be, with a huge bed, enough space to spread out with my laptop and get some work done, and also a separate area with some cozy armchairs in which to lounge around and relax. The only down side of the room was the less than stellar view of the parking garage across the street, but beyond that I could catch glimpses of the bay.
The one thing lacking in this hotel is a decent fitness room; I did have a good laugh when I saw the closet-sized space with one treadmill and one bike, which passes for a gym. Luckily, there is a great YMCA only 4 blocks away for which you can get a $7 day-pass and work out using their top-notch facilities.
From journal A Sun-Drenched San Diego Weekend
April 8, 2007
February 3, 2011
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