Hotels near Old Town San Diego
Old Town San Diego is a small community to the east of Interstate 5, across from the San Diego Airport. Today, it is known as the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park and some areas have been preserved just as it was during the Spanish settlement in 1769. For San Diego vacationers seeking authentic Mexican and Spanish cuisine, or a stroll through the historic birthplace of California, Old Town is place to be. Conveniently located just 3 miles from this historic site, the Pacific Inn offers comfortable and affordable accommodations for vacationers who are searching for Hotels near Old Town San Diego.
Visit the Birthplace of California in Historic Old Town San Diego
San Diego was the first place on the western coast to be visited by Europeans in 1542. During the Spanish settlement 200 years later, Juan Cabrillo claimed the area for Spain and formed Alta California. In 1769, the mission was established by Father Juniper Serra, a Franciscan friar. In 1846 Mexico ceded the area to the United States and in 1850, San Diego was incorporated as a city.
Old Town San Diego State Historic Park features 27 historic sites, art galleries and restaurants, reflecting the history of the birthplace of California. Popular sites to visit while in Old Town include the Mason Street School, La Casa de Altamirno Pedrorena, La Casa de Estudillo and La Casa de Bandini. The haunted Whaley House and an 1850 Catholic Cemetery can also be found on San Diego Avenue. Explore the history of California, enjoy the authentic cuisine and visit the variety of eclectic shops in Old Town San Diego.
Make the most of your time here in San Diego and experience a vacation you will never forget. The Pacific Inn is the ideal option for Hotels near Old Town San Diego, offering true value and comfortable rooms. Call 1-800-571-2933 or reserve your room online and enjoy the convenience of our centrally located hotel.