DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Diego - Mission Valley


DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Diego - Mission Valley

7450 Hazard Center Drive
San Diego CA 92108 USA
(619) 297-5466
 Located in the heart of Mission Valley, just minutes from the San Diego International Airport (SAN), the DoubleTree by Hilton San Diego-Mission Valley offers award-winning service with convenient access to San Diego's most sought-after attractions. Just steps to the San Diego trolley, attached by foot bridge to Hazard Shopping Center shops and restaurants, and walking distance to the renowned Fashion Valley Mall.Boasting the largest guest rooms in Mission Valley, Guests enjoy 450 sq ft of space along with sound proof double pane windows. With 25, 000 sq. ft. of flexible function space in addition to scenic event patios, this Mission Valley hotel is a grand San Diego wedding venue or ideal choice for your next San Diego meeting, conference or event for up to 1, 000 people. After a busy day, unwind with a swim in the hotel's indoor and outdoor swimming pools, work out in the fitness center or perfect your serve on the tennis court. Savor a meal with friends in the award-winning Fountain Café or dine on fresh cuisine in Windows Lounge overlooking the pool patio. All guests receive a warm welcome with DoubleTree’s signature chocolate chip cookies.
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