Do San Diego like a rock star as you enjoy the edgy luxury of Hard Rock's AAA Four Diamond style.
The sunny sprawl of San Diego doesn’t usually conjure up visions of Victorian-era architecture or tightly packed city blocks lit by flickering streetlights—unless you’re in downtown’s charming Gaslamp Quarter. The lamps themselves are electric, and with swanky bars, buzz-worthy restaurants, and pulsating clubs, so is the nightlife in this stylish enclave. Just don’t forget to pack your flip-flops along with evening attire—this is San Diego, after all. Spend a perfect, 72-degree day strolling past the lily ponds in nearby Balboa Park, home to the city’s world-famous zoo, or touring the sun-drenched marina as gleaming yachts bob on the water.
One of the city's only AAA Four Diamond hotels, Hard Rock Hotel San Diego
sits in the thick of the action on Fifth Avenue, adjacent to the ballpark and across the street from the convention center. With all the edgy style of the Hard Rock name, the hotel balances sleek design with its historic surroundings—think ultra-modern furnishings alongside exposed brick walls. On site, there are two restaurants (the city's famed hot spot for sushi, Nobu
, and retro-chic diner, Maryjane's
), the upscale street-level bar 207
, and Float
, a rooftop lounge catering to pool partiers by day and a hip nightlife crowd by night. For even more indulgence, the full-service Rock Spa
on property does the trick quite nicely.
Custom, halo-illuminated "Sleep Like a Rock" bedding adorns both the studios and suites, along with cantilevered furniture, a 42-inch HDTV, and a ceiling-mounted rain shower. On top of all that, the King Suite is slightly larger than the studio and offers an intimate lounge area—the perfect spot for a nightcap.
• The All-Access Pass includes 24/7 access to fitness and business centers; wireless internet access; local and long distance calls; a copy of the latest Fender Magazine; and a rental of a Fender guitar or Electra bicycle (upon request, based on availability)
• Up to two additional guests may be added based on availability and at an additional cost of $20 per person, paid directly to the property
• Children are welcome at the property
• 12.5% occupancy tax, $0.40 tourism fee, and $25.87 resort fee will be collected by LivingSocial upon purchase