|Distance to city centre||0.3 km|
|Nearest airport||San Diego|
|Distance to airport||3.9 km|
|bathroom door||in 60 reviews|
|complimentary wine||in 43 reviews|
|gas lamp||in 12 reviews|
|gaslamp district||in 46 reviews|
|great location||in 151 reviews|
|happy hour||in 32 reviews|
|hot chocolate||in 7 reviews|
|kimpton||in 7 reviews|
|lot of homeless||in 9 reviews|
|loved this hotel||in 108 reviews|
|resort fee||in 22 reviews|
|roof top pool||in 42 reviews|
|room was small||in 180 reviews|
|room with a king||in 24 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 203 reviews|
|superior in their customer service||in 10 reviews|
|utensils for eating||in 6 reviews|
|valet parking||in 84 reviews|
Very accommodating to my needs. Came to town for a bodybuilding competition and they were able to get the room set the way I needed, empty fridge and microwave, plus they did my dishes!
Great location, super friendly staff, we were very pleased!
We read the reviews online, and yes the rooms are a bit small, but other than that, it’s a great location!
Thus is a downgrade from lot of 4 star hotels. Never staying in one again.
Hotel is okay, not a 4 star
Hotel is in a great location, bed was nice, as was the decor.
Last two nights there, the lobby smelled like a stadium bathroom, staff was not helpful upon checking in, the front door to the hotel has to be the most awkward door I have ever seen on a hotel. Also, instead of having an actual door on the bathroom, they have a sliding glass door. Just a word of warning, if you have a knock at the door and someone is in the shower be sure to pull the door closed because you can see straight into the shower from the entryway. That is poor planning and inexperience. I would not stay here again nor recommend to anyone.
It's ok for the money
Comfy beds Clean rooms Pool area is nice Fairly modern
Unexpected construction noise from the hotel that started before 7am. Very strange bathroom door Inconsistent level of service and friendliness raging from super friendly and nice to border-line rude Expensive parking
Everything offered and available to guests. The rooms are small, but beautiful
Size of room for price paid
Had booked a skyline room and upon arrival front desk told us they had overbooked and put us in a huge skyline suite. Courteous staff, awesome room with a great view and walking distance to all the nightlife in gas lamp. Will be coming back soon
The location to Gas Lamp District was perfect!
The cost of overnight parking.....
Staff was very friendly
Overpriced for what I received.
Location and staff
bed uncomfortable, shower rain head, video/TV system slow/
Great place to stay
Comfortable rooms and beds. Super friendly staff.
Hip Hotel with Design Flaws
The atmosphere was upscale and classy, felt great staying at a great hotel. Room service was a little steep (typical...) but the food was delicious - the staff recommended some foods that were spot on. Room decor was great, modern and classy. Hardwood floors made it feel a little upscale.
The bathroom is just a total mess. Shower head position is too low for anyone 5'5" or taller - requiring you to use the head manually (why???). Bathroom door is a sliding door but doesn't exactly provide too much privacy since you can see through the cracks - perfect angle if you want to watch your friend on the toilet... Iron was awful - took way too long and was just cheap overall or needed replacing. Cleanliness was awkward - arrived at the hotel (6pm) and was told our room needs to be cleaned. We arrived in the room, saw the hardwood floors were soaking wet (slipping lawsuit anyone?) and found residual items from the previous guests. Would be nice to upgrade those 2003 radios to the new iphone 5 or usb players...
The Kimpton Hotel Palomar San Diego is a luxurious property tucked nearby the heart of the city’s Gaslamp District, a major entertainment area. Visitors are directly adjacent to the House of Blues, AD Nightclub and Horton Plaza Park. The Copley Symphony Hall, American Plaza, California Webster School of Law, San Diego - Santa Fe Depot Amtrak Station, and USS Midway Museum are all within a mile. San Diego State University, University of San Diego, the San Diego Zoo, Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, Coronado Beach, and the famous SeaWorld are also within a few miles. San Diego International Airport is less than three miles away. The pet-friendly property has an astonishing list of amenities, beginning with its beautiful pool deck that offers an urban oasis high up on the hotel’s rooftop. With a cocktail lounge at one end, it rates as a major draw for hotel guests. There is also a modern fitness center, in-room spa options, free bike rentals, private parking (for a fee), business services, a concierge desk, and multiple eateries. There is the vibrant Mexican street food restaurant Curandero, serving three meals daily. There are snacks and drinks at the rooftop lounge and private dining options. The 211 rooms and suites range from specialty suites to traditional guest rooms. They are all decorated in swanky SoCal style and blend unique features and urban elements with great views and luxury surroundings. All will feature a walk-in rainforest shower in the large and private bath (stocked with Atelier Bloem toiletries), a work area with writing desk, premium linens, entertainment systems with LCD TVs and HD channels, an honor bar, and more. When staying in San Diego enjoy a premiere experience, whether for an evening or a full vacation, at the stunning Kimpton Hotel Palomar San Diego.
Based on 1,425 reviews
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|San Diego - Santa Fe Depot||0.9 km|
|San Diego - Old Town||5.7 km|