Thanks to its huge lagoon-style pool private beach marina and Mission Bay location the non-smoking Hilton San Diego Resort is a true crowd-pleaser among our guests. The sprawling non-smoking Hilton San Diego Resort is set on 18 acres featuring lush gardens palm trees rolling lawns and a sandy beach on Mission Bay. Each of the 325 Mediterranean-style rooms has a balcony or a patio some with bay views 42-inch LCD TV a coffeemaker and a comfy signature bed with a down duvet and 250-thread-count sheets. It's magic on Mission Bay outside: a lagoon-style pool poolside bar hot tubs a children's wading pool Kids Kamp private beach with marina watercraft rentals lighted tennis courts bayfront fire pits concerts on the bay and much more. When hunger hits visit any of the resorts several restaurants. For pampering don't miss in in-house day spa. Parking and Wi-Fi are available for a fee. The property charges a service fee that includes local and toll-free calls access to the business center the tennis courts and the steam room a fitness center locker and a variety of discounts on resort activities. The Hilton is right on Mission Bay off I-5 just one mile north of SeaWorld. If you're driving from San Diego International Airport the hotel is five miles north.
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