GoThere® Fred's
San Diego Travel Itinerary

1. Seaport Village itinerary - hotels, things to see and do - sponsored links

Seaport Village San DieogSeaport Village is really three villages, each representing a different style of early California living: Old Monterey, Victorian San Francisco and Mexican. Four miles of cobblestone pathways wind through 14 acres along San Diego Harbor past four fine-dining waterfront restaurants, a dozen casual eating places and over 50 shops.

While some locals dismiss Seaport Village as a tourist trap there are more than enough unique things here to captivate, entertain and distract even the most jaded traveler. Plus, where else can you walk along the water's edge with such a fine view of navy ships, private yachts, and sunset over Coronado and Point Loma?

If you are starting out the day at Seaport Village, stop in at Village Cafe for a cup of gourmet coffee and a freshly baked blueberry muffin or flakey croissant.  For a casual burger and beer around lunch time, enjoy the water view at Buster's Beach House & Longboard Bar, or fish tacos and chowder at San Diego Pier Cafe. If you are here around sunset, you can't go wrong with Edgewater Grill. Start with the fresh oyster appetizer or excellent chicken tortilla soup then go for the perfect grilled swordfish. Along with a pretty good selection of wines by the glass or bottle, they have creative martini, rum and tequila bars.

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Hotels near Seaport Village
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Budget:

Embassy Suites San Diego Bay Embassy Suites San Diego Bay is located across the street from Seaport Village. The sky-high atrium lobby has waterfalls, tropical plants and koi ponds to keep you feeling "on vacation." This is also where you get a full free breakfast in the morning and the manager hosts a reception in the evening. There is a fun 50's seafood restaurant on site as well as a sushi bar and our favorite Starbucks. More Hotel Info Map  

More Upscale:

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego Located next to Seaport Village and near the San Diego Convention Center. Visit the full-service Regency spa & salon to look and feel good after a day on the go. Three restaurants plus bars in the lobby and on the top floor to choose from. There is no better place to enjoy the view of San Diego than at the Top of the Hyatt bar. More Hotel Info Map Packages Available!  

Truly Unique:

Omni San Diego Omni San Diego is located across from the San Diego Convention Center near the Gaslamp District, but is only a short walk to Seaport Village. The Omni has some of the best views of San Diego' harbor and historic downtown skyline. McCormick & Schmick's restaurant here serves 30 varieties of fresh seafood. The 6th floor 8,000 square-foot outdoor terrace features an outdoor heated swimming pool (open year round) and spa, stone fireplace and tanning deck. Kids get mini suitcases filled with games and books, a goodie bag upon check-in, and small pets are welcome. More Hotel Info Map  

GoThere® Fred's
San Diego Travel Itinerary

Mostly all-day things to do in San Diego:

  1. San Diego Zoo
  2. Balboa Park
  3. Gaslamp Quarter District
  4. Old Town San Diego
  5. San Diego's Haunted Places
  6. Mission Beach & Bay

Mostly half-day things to do in San Diego:

  1. Seaport Village
  2. San Diego Harbor
  3. SeaWorld San Diego
  4. La Jolla

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