Omni Hotel

The Omni Hotel San Diego can be found at 657 L Street in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter. This renowned district is where many San Diego visitors look to stay, as it is convenient to an impressive array of downtown restaurants, bars, and other entertainment outlets. For those who are in town for a baseball game, this luxury hotel near Petco Park can be an especially ideal lodging fit. The Omni San Diego Hotel has a fourth-floor skybridge that directly links to Petco Park. That makes it the only hotel in the country that is directly connected to a major-league stadium. Outside of baseball season, the 32-story Omni San Diego Hotel caters largely to conventioneers with its modern business center and more than 25,000 square feet of meeting space.  


Omni Hotel Rooms
Omni Hotel Rooms

The contemporary accommodations at the OmniHotel San Diego are equipped with an array of features that can help guests turn down time into fun time. The hotel has 511 rooms and suits, to be more exact, and standard amenity highlights include plush terry bathrobes, pillow-top mattresses, fully stocked refreshment centers, high-speed internet access, large flat screen televisions with cable, and MP3-compatible clock radios. For OmniHotel San Diego guests who are town on business, additional in-room features include executive work desks with modem outlets, dual-line telephones, and personalized voicemail. Refrigerators are available upon request, all the rooms have windows that open, and complimentary newspapers are provided on weekdays. Also worth noting is that some of the rooms at the OmniHotel San Diego have views of the field at Petco Park. Lodging packages that include Padres tickets are available.


Omni Hotel Pool
Omni Hotel Pool

These days, a stylish pool center is almost a must if a luxury hotel expects to establish itself among the competition. This notion hasn’t been lost on the AAA Four Star Omni San Diego. The hotel boasts an attractive 8,000-square-foot outdoor terrace with a heated pool. Complementing the pool are a hot tub, a tanning deck, and a stone fireplace. The tanning deck is an ideal place to take advantage of the abundant Southern California sunshine, while the stone fireplace is a delightful accent for evening relaxation sessions. Plenty of chaise loungers are situated around the pool at the OmniHotel San Diego. The pool terrace also features tables where guests can kick back with some drinks and food from the Terrace Bar & Grill.


The good life is easy to achieve at the Omni San Diego, thanks in part to the hotel’s treatment room. The treatments on offer at this indulgent facility are based around massage therapy and can be ideal for melting those cares away. Heated massage tables, tranquil sounds, and soothing aromas add to the relaxing ambience in the treatment room and combine to help guests achieve not only relaxation, but revitalization as well. Massage technicians are on call between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily. It is best to schedule appointments before arriving at the hotel for greater availability and preferred times. The Omni Hotel also offers a state-of-the-art fitness center and special in-room fitness options for guests who are interested.

Rooftop Bar

Omni Hotel Rooftop Bar
Omni Hotel Rooftop Bar

The Terrace Bar & Grill at the Omni San Diego’s 6th floor pool terrace is part restaurant and part rooftop bar. Poolside service caters to those who wish to dine or enjoy their beverages in the open air, and there is an indoor section with large flat screen TVs for enjoying the big game. Delicious California cuisine is what the Terrace Bar & Grill specializes in, and guests are also treated to fantastic San Diego views. While the pool is open seven days a week from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., the rooftop bar and grill is only open on Fridays and Saturdays during the warmer months. Other dining-related facilities at the Omni San Diego include a main restaurant that specializes in seafood and a gourmet coffee bar and gift shop. In-room dining is also an option, with room service available around the clock.    

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