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The Bristol vs Britt Scripps Inn

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The Bristol vs Britt Scripps Inn



The Bristol
Britt Scripps Inn

 

The Bristol

Britt Scripps Inn

Address 1055 First Avenue
San Diego
406 Maple Street
San Diego
Phone 619-232-6141 619-230-1991
Class 3 star 4 star
Price From $129.00 to $209.00 From $179.00 to $325.00
Floors 9 floors floors
Rooms 102 rooms rooms
Amenities Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
First Class Hotel


  1. The Bristol
  2. Britt Scripps Inn
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.



Britt Scripps Inn

Britt Scripps Inn is a Victorian-style boutique hotel located in the heart of historic Bankers Hill, overlooking downtown San Diego, and approximately two miles east of San Diego International Airport. The inn is a short walk from famed Balboa Park and near the world-famous San Diego Zoo, trendy Hillcrest, and the historic Gaslamp Quarter. Sea World and the beaches of San Diego are a short drive away. The house's amenities include the fresh-cooked breakfast of homemade breads, pastries, orange juice, and coffee in the dining room or out on the wrap-around porch. Every afternoon wine and artisan cheeses are served in the parlor. The house also has available games, a hand-carved oak staircase, two-story original stained-glass window wall, and a vintage Steinway piano. All nine rooms are individually decorated and feature private baths, antique furniture and rugs, Ariana robes and towels, Davies Gate bath amenities, 1,000 thread count linens, flatscreen LCD TVs, complimentary high-speed Internet access, and wireless capabilities throughout house. The rooms are named Renaissance, Balboa, Governors, Library, Garden, Aesthetic, Gothic, Carriage House, and Golden Oak.



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