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Currant was wonderful for in-room ordering, and the room upgrade was beautiful. We were here for the lululemon 10k race and we absolutely loved it. Thank you for everything!
Traveling with 2 grown sons and a dog, we got an upgrade to a Queen suite which turned out to be the best idea.
Friendly staff. Greeting with a smile and explaining what amenities are available.
The bed was horrible
Loved that our pup was welcome
Did not like paying $36 a day for parking
Fine heritage hotel
Location is excellentl. Amenities of hotel are up to date and staff were helpful and cordial
Hotel is nearly a hundred years old. Room was on the small side but that is to expected.
I loved everything
Lovely hotel for a vacation to Downtown San Diego
It's location is perfect. Walking distance to pretty much everything you would want to do downtown; gaslamp, marina, horton plaza, etc. Room was perfect for me and my girlfriend. Staff was very accomodating.
Perfect recharge station
Nice lobby with friendly staff greeting us upon arrival. Lots of charm with short excerpts posted throughout highlighting the history of the building. Room was comfortable with all needed amenities for a place to stay. The purpose of our stay was the city. This room gave us a comfy pillow top mattress to rest and recharge each night with complimentary water keeping us hydrated. Workout facility was nice and hardly crowded during our stay. No complaints and would gladly stay here again.
Rooms were small. There was no view including limited sunlight through the window plus the "green" lighting made it so you had to turn every light in the room on when getting ready. Bathroom was small and no vent :-/. Closet didn't open all the way due to being obstructed by the bedside table (again, room was small). I'm being as honest as possible with these negative, but the purpose of the room was met and the pros far exceeded the cons during our stay.
Payment for services I did not ask for or use
I was surprised to have to pay a mandatory fee for services that I did not use or want. I thought that was very unfair of the hotel.
Nice place to stay
Amazing staff. Overall very nice hotel.
Dust. This is the the only minus.
Terrible! The worst hotel I've ever been in!
This is by far the worst hotel I've ever been in! The room, (505) was so small that I think they had to build the room around the bed. It was so small that the bathroom had to have a sliding door. I truly don't believe a normal door would be able to open / close. The air conditioning didn't work and the overall area seemed seedy. Numerous bailed bond companies with likely clients in the area. When I asked about the area the clerk advised, "Just stay on Broaday."
The Sofia Hotel offers guests a welcoming stay in a gothic-revival building that was built in 1926. Situated in the lively Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego, this elegantly refined and historic hotel offers guests convenient access to San Diego's most bustling area. Any guests who enjoy the opera will be glad to know the hotel is a mere six-minute walk from the San Diego Opera. Of course, guests who aren't so enthused by the prospects of an opera will be glad to know they're close to many shops, bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
Each of the elegant rooms provides guests with designer toiletries to properly outfit every bathroom. Meanwhile, every room also offers guests work desks so they may meet a deadline or work on solo projects during their travels. Flat-screen TVs are also offered in each room for guests to enjoy a wide selection of shows and entertainment. Guests are also offered access to wireless Internet and each room provides guests with a minifridge, microwave, and coffee maker. Guests can upgrade to a suite to enjoy extra living space, a rich décor, and a whirlpool tub to relax and refresh the body and mind.
If guests would like to further indulge in relaxation, they're able to take advantage of the hotel's in-room spa services. Room service is also offered to each guest. A 24-hour fitness center is open to all guests who are looking to break a sweat, even if it's the middle of the night. A yoga studio and on-site restaurant are also offered to guests.
based on 734 reviews
Policies vary by room type and provider.
The Sofia Hotel is located at 150 West Broadway in Core-Columbia, 0.7 km from the centre of San Diego. Gaslamp Quarter is the closest landmark to The Sofia Hotel.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Sofia Hotel.
No, The Sofia Hotel does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, The Sofia Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Sofia Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Sofia Hotel is 3.6 km from San Diego. The Sofia Hotel is 26.4 km from Tijuana Rodriguez.
Yes, The Sofia Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, The Sofia Hotel does not have a pool on-site.