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Accessible Hotels with Ocean Views in San Diego
San Diego is a dream destination to enjoy a vacation. It has some of the most beautiful beaches in the United States, and many of them are accessible. Likewise, it enjoys an excellent climate that invites you to discover the natural beauty of this Californian city.
Imagine your next stay on the Pacific Ocean coast, in an accessible hotel with ocean views. We imagine it, too. Therefore, we present you with our recommendations so you can make it possible.
Wyndham San Diego Bayside
1355 N Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101, United States
The Wyndham San Diego Bayside is located across from the spectacular San Diego Bay. Nearby you can visit tourist attractions such as Balboa Park, the USS Midway Museum, the San Diego Maritime Museum and the Museum of Man, among others.
This hotel houses three restaurants, several meeting spaces, a business center, a fitness center, a gift shop, and an outdoor pool with a lift for guests with reduced mobility.
The accessible rooms have an area of approximately 29 square meters and wide doors to facilitate access for wheelchair users. Likewise, the accessible bathrooms have a washbasin, a walk-in shower or a bathtub —both options have grab bars and a seat— and a WC with a fixed grab bar on the side and another behind.
Pacific Terrace Hotel
610 Diamond St, San Diego, CA 92109, United States
The Pacific Terrace Hotel is located at the end of the Pacific Beach Boardwalk, a great place to enjoy an accessible vacation in San Diego. You can visit SeaWorld theme park, the lively Gaslamp Quarter, Legoland and Torrey Pines State Beach within walking distance.
When night falls, the establishment stands out facing the sea with its lit torches. It has 73 rooms, a courtyard with a pool and Jacuzzi, a Caribbean bar, a gym, several meeting rooms, a gift shop and a breakfast area.
The accessible rooms for people with reduced mobility are characterized by their large space (38 square meters), wide doors and lowered shelves. The accessible bathrooms have a WC with grab bars and a walk-in shower with a seat and grab bars.
Hilton San Diego Bayfront
1 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101, United States
Located on the waterfront and just minutes from the heart of the city, the Hilton San Diego Bayfront is an excellent choice for lodging during an accessible vacation.
The building has 30 floors and its decoration is inspired by the sea. It houses a luxurious restaurant with views of the bay, an ice cream parlor, a coffee shop, a terrace bar, a poolside club, a gym, a gift shop and several spaces for events.
Guests can also relax at the spa, which offers massages and beauty treatments. Likewise, the establishment has two swimming pools —one of them, for children and with a slide— that are accessible with a hydraulic lift.
Depending on the accessible room category, bathrooms have either a walk-in shower or a bathtub. Both options have grab bars and a folding seat. In addition, they have a WC with grab bars nearby.
Homewood Suites by Hilton San Diego Airport-Liberty Station
2576 Laning Rd, San Diego, CA 92106, United States
The Homewood Suites By Hilton San Diego Airport-Liberty Station is located in the Liberty Station neighborhood of San Diego. Its location is convenient because it is less than 1 kilometer away from the airport, for which a free shuttle service is offered.
Surrounded by gardens, this building houses a breakfast area, a convenience store, a business center, a gym, a self-service laundry and a meeting room. Guests can also enjoy its outdoor accessible pool with hydraulic lift and Jacuzzi.
The establishment has several accessible suites for people with reduced mobility: studio suites (approximately 40 square meters), a one-bedroom suite (approximately 40 square meters) and a two-bedroom suite (62 square meters).
Depending on the suite, accessible bathrooms have either a walk-in shower with seat and grab bar or a bathtub with grab bars. The WC has two fixed support bars: one on the side and one behind.
Hilton San Diego Airport/Harbor Island
1960 Harbor Island Dr, San Diego, CA 92101, United States
The Hilton San Diego Airport/Harbor Island stands out for its location along the boardwalk and for its proximity to the San Diego International Airport, for which it provides a free shuttle service.
This accessible hotel guarantees a welcoming stay for people with reduced mobility. It has a restaurant with sea views, eight meeting rooms, a small gym, a business center, a gift shop and a terrace with an accessible pool and Jacuzzi with a hydraulic lift.
The building houses spacious accessible rooms and accessible suites. Depending on the type of accommodation chosen by the guests, accessible bathrooms may be equipped with a walk-in shower with a seat or a bathtub. Both options have grab bars. Also, bathrooms have a WC with handles to the side and behind.
Hilton San Diego Del Mar
15575 Jimmy Durante Blvd, Del Mar, CA 92014, United States
The Hilton San Diego/Del Mar is located north of the city, in a perfect area to take a dip in the beaches less than 3 kilometers away. Downtown San Diego is a twenty-five-minute drive away.
This three-star hotel has a beautiful and spacious garden with a swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Inside, it has a restaurant with a private dining room, a bar, a gym, a business center and thirteen rooms for events.
The accessible rooms have an area of approximately 30 and 35 square meters. The accessible bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub or walk-in shower with a seat (both with grab bars), a WC with grab bars, a lowered washbasin and shelves.
Humphreys Half Moon Inn
2303 Shelter Island Dr, San Diego, CA 92106, United States
The Humphreys Half Moon Inn is located on the waterfront and offers spectacular views. The city center is only fifteen minutes away by car, so its guests can easily access the main tourist attractions and enjoy a quiet stay.
This accessible three-star hotel is surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens and features an award-winning restaurant with occasional live music, an outdoor pool, a Jacuzzi, a poolside bar, various meeting and event spaces, a fitness center and a relaxing spa.
This hotel houses accessible suites and accessible rooms for people with reduced mobility. Accessible bathrooms may have a bathtub or a walk-in shower with a seat (both options have grab bars).
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