The Hilton San Diego Mission Valley recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation to open up its hotel space, remodel its guest rooms, and introduce modern updates and added convenience for guests. As you enter through the lobby doors, you step inside an open floor concept with the Polanco Kitchen & Bar to the left and guest check-in desks to the right.
Business travelers can take advantage of ten breakout rooms equipped with the technology and space necessary for presentations and conferences. Travelers can also benefit from the newly added banquet space that serves a full continental breakfast with the addition of hot food items as part of the hotel’s guest breakfast packages.
One final renovation nearing completion is the outdoor space that will serve as an ideal location for special events, including weddings, year-round. The hotel continues to solidify ideas regarding the space and may also use it for guest activities such as hosted outdoor movie or game nights.
With the enviable weather and laid-back feel of the city, it may seem that San Diego is a permanent vacation. In many ways it is, which is why, the newly-redesigned Hilton San Diego Mission Valley is ideal for both out-of-town travelers and local residents who want to pamper themselves with their own staycation in America’s Finest City.
There are several hotel options to choose from when visiting San Diego, but here are five reasons why Misson Valley’s Hilton hotel is an optimal choice:
#5: Location, location, location. San Diego hotels by the bay provide breathtaking views, but also come with higher rates and increased parking fees. Downtown hotels can experience high volumes of traffic and noise. The Hilton’s central location is a perfect “home base” when visiting since its access to nearly anywhere in San Diego is approximately 10 minutes. It’s minutes away from Old Town, one of San Diego’s most popular neighborhoods, and is close by to shopping, dining, and the beaches.
#4: Hotel dining. The Polanco Kitchen & Bar’s Latin-style cuisine gives visitors a unique spin on Mexican favorites such as tacos, nachos, and ceviche. The restaurant’s Mexican street corn, topped with chili, lime, and queso, is simple yet full of flavor. As an extra indulgence, the dulce de leche pudding is a decadent treat that’s not too heavy and accompanied by a brûléed banana for added texture.
#3: SoCal hospitality. The way you’re greeted when you arrive at a hotel sets the tone for how your stay is going to go. The warm reception received at the Hilton San Diego Mission Valley is what great customer service is made of, friendly and welcoming. Fortunately for guests, the kind hospitality extends from the front desk and permeates throughout the entire hotel.
#2: Suite life. Pounce on the opportunity to secure one of the newly-remodeled suites. The living room area is connected to a kitchen nook that has a mini-refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and a counter to make on-the-go meals in your room or for use to store late night snacks. The bedroom is connected by a sliding door, which can be closed for additional privacy, but leaves the space feeling open. The bathroom comes complete with plush robes, a rainfall showerhead, and double sinks with luxury bath products. Again, there is a sliding door for privacy when traveling with others. The design is well thought out and continues with the hotel’s simplistic, modern flair.
#1: Event ready. This hotel is set up to host and welcomes group travel. The space is accommodating for a large party for the night, family reunions, or a fabulous wedding weekend. The executive suites are the perfect size to relax with others in the living room area and there is a completely separate executive room available for guests to reserve for special events, meetings, or just a place to unwind. It’s an ideal location for planning a vacation in San Diego due to its close proximity to area attractions and restaurants.
The Hilton San Diego Mission Valley is located at 901 Camino Del Rio S.