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New Hotels and Name Changes

Scheduled to open in March 2018, TownePlace Suites San Diego Downtown is a new, pet friendly hotel with 98 suites featuring king or two queen beds, full kitchens and separate living/working and sleeping areas. The Marriott brand hotel is also the first hotel in downtown San Diego to offer the Guest Service Robot Butler, built by Savioke, that can deliver guest items to rooms 24 hours a day. The brand specializes in extended-stay bookings and is also available for overnight stays of any length. The new hotel offers rooms with downtown views, is less than three miles from the San Diego airport and features complimentary hot breakfast every morning in the lobby area. Other dining options on property include Fourteen45, an onsite bar and grill, the 24-hour In a Pinch® market and On Us® coffee service for guests. Other hotel amenities include a 24-hour exercise room, laundry facilities, complimentary wi-fi throughout the hotel and on-site business services, including copying, faxing and printing. The property will share meeting space with the Holiday Inn Express located next door, and rates will start at $189. (1/18)

Opening in September 2018, the luxury brand InterContinental San Diego is the second of two hotels being built on the former Lane Field baseball park, the original home of the Pacific Coast League Padres. The InterContinental brand is making a return to San Diego following a 30-year absence and will feature 400 rooms and suites, a two-story Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse, nearly 33,000 square feet of street-level restaurants and shops, and a 686-space subterranean parking garage. The hotel’s meeting space of 35,000 square feet includes both indoor and outdoor venues with two ballrooms (12,000 and 4,500 square feet). Additionally, the adjoining 50,000-square-foot Lane Field park will be available for private events. In a nod to its location overlooking San Diego Bay, there will be an 8,000-square-foot fourth-floor pool deck with an area open to the public, as well as a sky bar and outdoor terrace on the 19th floor. (1/18)

In November 2017, the Hotel Republic San Diego opened its doors as downtown’s only independently owned hotel within Marriott International’s repertoire of Autograph Collection Hotels. The 19-story, 258-room hotel (formerly the Renaissance and W San Diego) offers an ambience of casual sophistication taking cues from downtown’s urban coastal palette in the design and furnishing of the property. Soaring ceilings are dotted with driftwood chandeliers, while common spaces are furnished in contemporary neutral tones and natural leathers and feature communal tables, coffee tables fabricated from reclaimed solid elm, and indigo-blue accents. Hotel Republic offers 16,000 square feet of flexible event and meeting space and a VIP Marriott Rewards Veranda Lounge. The hotel’s expansive guestrooms range from a 1,250-square-foot presidential suite to city-view doubles and king rooms. Guests are invited to partake in morning yoga practice on Topside’s outdoor deck as each room is equipped with a branded Hotel Republic yoga mat. The hotel also provides beach cruiser bicycles for guests to explore downtown and nearby Little Italy. Joining Hotel Republic as a culinary partner is San Diego-based hospitality firm The Patio Group, which has developed three distinct dining experiences within the hotel: Topside Terrace Kitchen & Bar, Trade cocktail bar and restaurant, and Patio Marketplace, so that travelers and locals alike have creative options for casual lunch meetings, cocktails after work, al fresco dining and nightlife choices on weekends. (10/17)

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