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The Bristol vs The US Grant, San Diego

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The Bristol vs The US Grant, San Diego



The Bristol
The US Grant, San Diego

 

The Bristol

The US Grant, San Diego

Address 1055 First Avenue
San Diego
326 Broadway
San Diego
Phone 619-232-6141 1-619-232-3121
Class 3 star 5 star
Price From $129.00 to $209.00 From $180.00 to $313.00
Floors 9 floors 11 floors
Rooms 102 rooms 270 rooms
Amenities Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
First Class Hotel
Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry


  1. The Bristol
  2. The US Grant, San Diego
The Bristol

Conveniently located in downtown San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, The Bristol Hotel is a modern boutique-style hotel that offers guests a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere. The hotel recently underwent a three million dollar renovation updating all of the hotel's guest rooms. Stargazers will be happy to know that the ninth floor of the hotel has a retractable ceiling that opens up to San Diego's night sky. Beach goers will be happy to know that Coronado Island, with its beautiful Coronado Beach, is only a ferry ride across the bay or a ten minute drive across the Coronado Bridge away.



The US Grant, San Diego

The US Grant, San Diego, a luxury collection hotel, offers classic and elegant luxury in the heart of bayside downtown San Diego. Built in 1910 by Ulysses Grant Jr. to honor his father, the hotel has exclusive ranking on the United States National Register of Historic Sites as well as the National Trust of Historic Hotels. An unprecedented 56 million dollar renovation completed in 2006 has captured the historic ambiance of this landmark property to create a world-class urban sanctuary.The hotel offers its signature California Native Regional Cuisine in the legendary Grant Grill and Lounge. Newly designed and infused with energy, this iconic downtown institution represents the best in San Diego contemporary dining in a setting of sophistication and relaxation. One can enjoy premium libations in the privacy of the Grant Lounge or mingle in the hotel's Grand Lobby Lounge where celebrities and dignitaries have mingled for almost a century. For intimate dining, 24-hour room service offers serenity, romance, and culinary satisfaction. The hotel also offers 33,000 square feet of fashionable and architecturally distinct event space. Parking is available at a charge.The 285 guest rooms include 40 suites that provide spacious accommodations amid Queen Anne decor and Chippendale furnishings. The twin Presidential Suites includes multiple levels and a commanding balcony overlooking the city. The eleventh floor Penthouse Suite sits atop the hotel with privacy and elegance and includes its own cucina. The guest room windows open to breezes off the bay with city, park, and partial bay views. All rooms feature Internet access, pay-per-view movies, PlayStation games, CD players, imported Bvlgari bath amenities, plush robes, pillow top mattresses, hairdryers, irons and ironing boards, and private bars.



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