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Finishing up a business and leisure trip in San Diego. Staying at the Residence Inn Downtown has been a great decision. The location simply cannot be beat. No need for a car you can walk to most location in the downtown area or take the...More
We had a priceline.com reservation at the Days Inn a few doors over, they booked us in a God awful smoking room (room 119) not only were we NOT smokers, I had a sinus and ear infection. Days Inn was unable to change our room...More
Hotel is fairly central. It is a little old but the rooms are clean and a nice size. What we did like was that there was a shuttle which took us to where we wanted to go at a time that suited us and they...More
This was my first visit to San Diego and during my month long stay I grew to find that the location of the hotel is fantastic. It is easily within walking distance of the waterfront and many restaurants of Little Italy. Points of interest a...More
Typical Marriott hospitality but be forewarned, this hotel sits right on the railroad tracks and they seem to run all night long. Way too noisy for the price and also very limited parking that they get a premium for.More
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Response from Adam L, General Manager at Residence Inn San Diego DowntownResponded 18 April 2015
We are terribly sorry you did not have the greatest of experiences at our hotel. We do our best here at the hotel to deliver a memorable moment and it is obvious we fell short of doing that. We hope based on your...More
we were closest to the train and didn't hear them but I suspect if you are a light sleeper you may want to be further away from the train. I would just call front desk and put a note on your reservation to be furthest away... More
we were closest to the train and didn't hear them but I suspect if you are a light sleeper you may want to be further away from the train. I would just call front desk and put a note on your reservation to be furthest away from trains or in the middle to ensure you get a quiet room.