SeaWorld San Diego park, the original home of Shamu. Orca shows at its other parks, including in San Antonio and Orlando, will continue. This comes after the announcement Oct 11th The California Coastal Commission unanimously approved SeaWorld's $100 million plan to double the size of its killer whale habitat, despite the pleas of animal activists to release the behemoths into the ocean.But the approval comes with a key condition: SeaWorld cannot breed any of the 11 whales in captivity in California. SeaWorld San Diego also announced that the company is considering adding hotels at several of its locations to attract overnight visitors, starting with San Diego. SeaWorld has reached an agreement with a San Diego-based hotelier to look at building a theme resort on its park property.