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|"Very happy and helpful staff"||(in 196 reviews)|
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Ok for a quick sleep-only stay
Friendly staff, good location for downtown SD access
Hotel is an old building, and it shows its age. Rooms are tiny, floors are uneven, pipes are exposed, walls are dented and dirty. TV only has a few channels and the remote only half worked (had to turn it on manually). Mattresses are rock hard. For over $100/night, this is mediocre.
I liked how friendly and helpful the staff was! Always willing to help & answer any questions, & attentive! Always asked if I was ok or if we needed housekeeping!
The bathroom wasn’t as clean as we wished & definitely needs fixing, falling apart. Also, the room had a weird smell to it, seemed like it was the covers on the bed.
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-The room was cute and small -The bed was comfy -Bathroom area had bright light to do makeup properly -Breakfast was decent -Toiletries and amenities provided, fridge and microwave in the room made it easy to keep leftovers -Hairdryer (call the front desk) -Great neighborhood, close to harbor (10 minute walk), I felt safe as a single woman traveling alone, 5 minute drive/20 minute walk to downtown
-There was construction going on directly outside my window... I opened my window and there was literally a man on scaffolding looking back at me. I know that is short term-- but was quite alarming when it happened!
The hotel was located close to Little Italy, Downtown and the bay. There were free rides offered by the city that would take you anywhere downtown for free Fri, Sat and Sun. There were also pedicabs for a fee $15-25 per person. The hotel itself was clean and easy to get to. The room was unique is size, but was not small. The hotel rooms are not your typical style since the building is older. They appear to be continuing to update and improve the hotel. There was also an amazing farmers market that happens every Saturday near the hotel. Free breakfast was also good, but limited in choices.
The parking situation wasn't ideal for larger vehicles. There were still renovations being completed while the hotel was open. The free breakfast needed a couple of more options.
Close to Little Italy. Cute little quiet rooms with refrigerators & ours had a view of the ocean in the distance, 3rd floor. Walking distance to restaurants & nice neighborhood. Less than $100 and close to many things.
Delt with meters for limited parking but hotel had parking for $20. Also, one towel was dirty hung up and continental breakfast was small.
Urban Boutique Hotel is a unique hotel experience located in San Diego's Little Italy district. This hotel offers a stylish and contemporary look and feel with its ultramodern design. In all, there are 55 rooms in the Urban Boutique, which has been highly acclaimed over the years. It has been awarded TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence and TravelMyth's Top 30 3-Star Hotels InSand Diego.
There are three different room styles in the Urban Boutique - A king, a queen, and an ADA accessible full bed. All of the rooms come with amenities like bathroom spa items, flat screen TV, free wireless internet and an in-room coffee and tea maker. Urban Boutique is also an art space where guests can see the work of local artist Joshua Helland.
Urban Boutique is a proudly independent hotel. Since it is not part of a national hotel chain, it is able to offer a special, personalized experience for each and every guest. The independent hotel also has more personality and charm than chains, making it a favorite for travelers who want a special experience.
Urban Boutique is surrounded by some of San Diego's best shopping, entertainment, and, best of all, dining. Since the hotel is located in San Diego's Little Italy neighborhood, guests don't have to go far to try some authentic Italian cuisine. There are several locally-owned restaurants, all within walking distance. If guests aren't in the mood for pasta, they are still in San Diego, which hs some of the best freshly caught seafood anywhere.
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