No area can better convey the diverse historical and cultural components of San Diego than the downtown area. Full of landmarks and regions that have been beautifully restored, visitors have the ability travel back in time in their presence. By making the Pacific Inn and Suites your downtown San Diego Hotel, you are guaranteed a stay filled with captivating experiences.
Here are some of the historic regions of San Diego that you should check out during your stay:
The park which began as 1400 acres of land set aside in 1868 by San Diego civic leaders has evolved into a section of San Diego filled with history and culture. The park features a dozen restaurants and cafes, 15 museums and the San Diego Zoo. The area, always kept in pristine condition, touts over 20 different gardens and a maze of trails surrounded by magnificent landscaping. Perfect for a full day of outdoor activities, you must take a trip to Balboa Park and embrace its beauty.
The history of Seaport Village dates back to the Spanish expedition of 1782. Once an area filled with trains and ships transporting cargo to the East, it is now a 14 acre waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment complex. With over 4 miles of cobblestone pathways, a 1895 antique carousel, and shops that continue to make handmade gifts mimicking those of the early 1900’s, the area embodies years of history in a gorgeous waterfront setting. Hotels near Seaport Village share the convenient downtown location, seaside charm and historicbackdrop for your San Diego vacation.
The Gaslamp Quarter is listed on the National Register of historic places and is a popular destination for vacationers. Once an area that was in decline and redeveloped in the early 1980’s, the success and liveliness of the area was not only restored but preserved. This seven block area is overflowing with bars, lounges, eateries and entertainment venues. The constant hustle and bustle of the area produces an energetic atmosphere that you can’t help but want to be a part of.
In the early 1900’s when San Francisco’s Italian fishing families migrated here following the hurricane of 1906, Little Italy was born. The area became the new home to Italian culture through restaurants, family owned shops and art. Since then, the neighborhood has been restored and is laid out in a way to encourage visitors to roam through the streets radiating with Italian tradition. For an authentic Italian meal and an experience that can only be compared with that of an actual trip to Italy, immerse yourself in Little Italy’s charm.
Downtown San Diego is a destination that allows you to explore and appreciate the undeniable history the city possesses. Contact us at 1-800-571-2933 today for available rooms and rates and start planning your vacation to sunny San Diego.