This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$189 per night 3 night min stay
$973 - $1,113 per week 7 night min stay
$553 - $693 per week 7 night min stay
$133 per night 9 night min stay
$160 per night 90 night min stay
$2,900 per month 30 night min stay
$3,000 per month 30 night min stay
$179 - $199 per night 3 night min stay
Recent Gaslamp Quarter reviews
"I registered for a large conference at the convention center and decided to take some extra time to enjoy San Diego. We did not rent a car, but that was no hindrance to our enjoyment of the area. We took a comfortable walk to Balboa Park to enjoy the zoo one day and then enjoyed Coronado Island another day. There are some terrific restaurants close by - Taka was a great sushi restaurant that I would highly recommend. If you like Italian cuisine, try Asti Ristorante. If you are an IPA craft beer lover, do not miss the Coronado Brewing Company if you visit the island. The unit was outstanding with an incredible view of Petco Park. If you are a baseball fan, you will not want to miss sitting up in the "bleachers" on the roof. The Padres were in town during our visit and it was a very unique experience. The unit is very clean and well-equipped. It is perfect for two people, but it was not bad the three people in our party. The owners were outstanding, providing good communications before and after our visit. They provide a welcome letter chock full of information in advance of your visit. There is a small balcony that was perfect for enjoying coffee in the morning and wine in the evening...nothing like enjoying the sounds of the city! We did not use the BBQ grills on the rooftop patio, but it certainly was a popular activity. Check in was very good - the unit manager met us upon arrival and gave us a tour of the unit and the building amenities. The unit is a tremendous value in the heart of beautiful San Diego! I would give it my highest recommendation and will certainly recommend it to friends and family that plan to visit San Diego."Guest: Keith Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014View listing
"The loft was everything that it was shown to be on the website and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Very comfortable and beautifully decorated. Well-equipped kitchen - even a hair blower in the bathroom. We were able to walk to the convention center and to everywhere in the Gaslamp District. There was a grocery store nearby."Guest: Dida Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 30, 2014View listing
"My husband and I planned a "staycation" for our anniversary and Ira's loft was absolutely perfect!! It's such a fun and unique building and the location can not be beat. It's literally in the heart of everything! We felt completely safe and definitely didn't have any problems with homeless people or being in such an urban location. That actually just added to the uniqueness of everything! I highly recommend this loft, and Ira was super helpful and accommodating as well! Thanks again Ira!"Guest: k_d Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 15, 2014View listing
"My wife and I looked at this property on utube and could not believe it -- we booked and it overwhelmed us. The view is spectacular--we could use the patio around the clock it was huge and faces south so the sun did not ruin the patio experience. The furniture is new and immaculately clean (my wife has walked out of previous VRBO's because of uncleanliness of everything being warn out). The beds are perfect and the best we've slept in -- we are going home and purchasing Tempurpedic beds. We are a couple and we really wanted to walk to sites -- this was a perfect location took in several padre games and walked to the pops concert near the Marriott. This is like a penthouse suite that you would pay 500 a night for in any hotel. We are booking yearly here!"Guest: Mr. & Mrs. Mickelson Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: September 9, 2014View listing
Gaslamp Quarter Travel Tips
The historic Gaslamp Quarter rests comfortably in the heart of the busy metropolitan community of San Diego and features a myriad of interesting and engaging activities for all who venture to this coastal urban sprawl. You’ll find a fusion of Victorian-era architecture mixed in with modern skyscrapers which house some of the city’s best restaurants, clubs and retail shops. This veritable playground boasts numerous local hot spots and cultural landmarks, and is a must-see destination for all who find themselves on the sunny shoreline of California’s second largest city.
Located on the southernmost tip of California, just north of the U.S.-Mexico border, the city of San Diego enjoys lavishly warm weather throughout the majority of the year. Winter brings with it some moderately cooler air currents, but temperatures never fall below freezing. Be sure to pack light with a few pairs of shorts, sunglasses and sandals to enjoy the comfortable warmth of sunny SoCal. A light jacket or sweater might come in handy during the later months of the year on the off chance that twilight brings a chill to the air.
The Gaslamp Quarter in located along the shoreline of one of the deepest natural bays on the Pacific coast, which has made it a manufacturing hotspot for sea-faring vessels both military and commercial. Enjoy a tour of some of the historical U.S. naval ships docked in the bay, or check out the nautical exhibits and boat tours at San Diego’s best maritime attraction.
- Climb aboard the USS Midway Museum, which is housed inside the longest-serving aircraft carrier of the 20th century. Guests will have the opportunity to peruse exhibits that document more than 50 years of naval and world history, or check out the 29 restored aircraft that are housed on the decks of this military relic. Flight simulators, short films and a chance to climb into the cockpits of some truly magnificent fighter jets await any traveler who makes their way aboard this historic vessel.
- The Maritime Museum of San Diego is one of the premier nautical attractions found anywhere throughout the world. This establishment focuses on restoring, maintaining and operating some of the most venerable ships that continue to glide over the ocean currents. The Star of India is a featured attraction, and the oldest active vessel on the planet. The collection features a variety of century-old frigates, steam boats and yachts that allow visitors to marvel at the quality craftsmanship and engineering of ages past.
Late Night Excursions
If you’re looking for an exciting night on the town, the Gaslamp Quarter is most definitely the place to be. With numerous local hot spots, nightclubs and celebrity hangouts, this chic district will be sure to offer a pleasurable evening that continues well into the wee hours of the morning.
- The Dollhouse is a trendy burlesque lounge that features a variety of celebrity performers and talented musical guests. Here you’ll find some of San Diego’s most beautiful dancers donning some rather risky lingerie and other scant articles as they perform an array of sultry and seductive numbers that are sure to get your blood pumping. The club was established by choreographer Robin Antin, who later founded the all-girl group known as the Pussycat Dolls.
- The Bassmnt is one of the Gaslamp Quarter's best dance clubs, and features a wide spectrum of electronic artists who are set on keeping your body in motion until the break of dawn. Fog machines, lasers and millions of multicolored LED lights turn this expansive club into an explosion of sights and sounds.
Diners and Delectables
This district is home to some of the most delicious cuisine you’ll find in San Diego. Whether you’re in the mood for some classic American eats, foreign delicacies or seafood delectables, the Gaslamp Quarter is sure to provide a great meal to quench your appetite.
- The Searsucker restaurant provides the finest and freshest seafood in the city, pairing entrees with a variety of locally brewed craft lagers and ales. The 7,000-square-foot restaurant has an open concept design that makes a friendly chat with the chef as easy as conversing with your own table mates.
- Worldly individuals will enjoy the menu at Bandar, which features a tantalizing selection of Persian cuisine that will surely delight your palate. Delicious marinades, prime cuts of meat and bold flavor combinations await hungry diners looking to spice up the evening with some exotic cuisine.
- Hennessey’s Gaslamp Tavern features all the American classics you’ve come to know and love, and presents them with friendly service in a warm atmosphere. This popular speakeasy is open 7 days a week, and the kitchen stays open until 2 a.m. in case you’re in need of some late night sustenance.
extract: The historic Gaslamp Quarter rests comfortably in the heart of the busy metropolitan community of San Diego and features a myriad of interesting and engaging activities for all who venture to this coastal urban sprawl.