About San Diego San Diego is famous for its year-around moderate climate. With the beaches, ocean, world-famous San Diego Zoo, Wild Animal Park, SeaWorld, Mission Bay, and nearby Tijuana, there are plenty of things to do for anyone.
Rather make your Special Internet Rate reservation over the phone? Call us toll free in the US or Canada: 1-800-752-1432 or in Europe: 00-800-11-20-11-40. When calling this number to reserve a room, please refer to discount code 3778 in order to ensure the lowest possible discount rate.
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Rather make your Special Internet Rate reservation over the phone? Call us toll free in the US or Canada: 1-800-752-1432 or in Europe: 00-800-11-20-11-40.
When calling this number to reserve a room, please refer to discount code 3778 in order to ensure the lowest possible discount rate.
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Note: Landmark Hotel San Diego, 339 W. Broadway, downtown San Diego, closed June 2001. It was demolished April 2006 to make way for a federal courthouse annex. This travel and hotel website honors the former grand hotel. Hotel San Diego was constructed in 1914 by prominent local developers, the Spreckels Brothers (of Spreckels Sugar fame), and their architect, Harrison Albright.