Hotels near Little Italy
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Food, food, food! Just outside downtown along the bay, Little Italy serves generous helpings of Italian pasta plus English pub fare, burgers, upscale Chinese, and Argentine steaks. Little Italy was once the hub for Italian fishermen who worked San Diego's tuna fleets—but when the boats sailed off, the bayfront became its own attraction. Since the neighborhood is close to the airport, zoo, downtown, and Sea World, there are several boutique hotels and a B&B here. This district stays classy, clean, and walkable. Burn off that tiramisu browsing the San Diego Firehouse Museum and the local architectural salvage shop.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Little Italy

Best Western Seven Seas
Best Western Seven Seas
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3.3
4145 reviews
411 Hotel Circle South, San Diego
from $65
The Dana on Mission Bay
The Dana on Mission Bay
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3.8
2491 reviews
1710 W Mission Bay Dr, San Diego
from $128
DoubleTree by Hilton San Diego Downtown
DoubleTree by Hilton San Diego Downtown
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3.5
825 reviews
1646 Front St, San Diego
from $103
Hotel Indigo Gaslamp Quarter
Hotel Indigo Gaslamp Quarter
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4.1
2195 reviews
509 9th Ave, San Diego
from $99
Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa
Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa
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3.6
1060 reviews
1775 E Mission Bay Dr, San Diego
from $160
Four Points by Sheraton San Diego Downtown
Four Points by Sheraton San Diego Downtown
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3.2
1254 reviews
1617 1st Avenue, San Diego
from $109
San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter
San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter
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3.7
771 reviews
660 K St, San Diego
from $149
Surfer Beach Hotel
Surfer Beach Hotel
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3.3
853 reviews
711 Pacific Beach Drive, San Diego
from $138
Motel 6 San Diego Mission Valley East
Motel 6 San Diego Mission Valley East
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3.5
626 reviews
4380 Alvarado Canyon Road, San Diego
from $55
Ramada San Diego North Hotel and Conference Center
Ramada San Diego North Hotel and Conference Center
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3.7
1910 reviews
5550 Kearny Mesa Rd, San Diego
from $82
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Food, food, food! Just outside downtown along the bay, Little Italy serves generous helpings of Italian pasta plus English pub fare, burgers, upscale Chinese, and Argentine steaks. Little Italy was once the hub for Italian fishermen who worked San Diego's tuna fleets—but when the boats sailed off, the bayfront became its own attraction. Since the neighborhood is close to the airport, zoo, downtown, and Sea World, there are several boutique hotels and a B&B here. This district stays classy, clean, and walkable. Burn off that tiramisu browsing the San Diego Firehouse Museum and the local architectural salvage shop.

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