Hotel Review: The Sofia Hotel, San Diego, California

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There’s a life-size bronze statue, combined by artist Seward Johnson, hire outward The Sofia Hotel. The artwork, entitled “That-a-Way”, is that of an superb nonetheless loose man, dressed in a infrequent fit who is holding out a gesturing hand indicating a approach to the hotel reception. This flattering most sums adult a character of this hotel.

bronze statue That-a-Way by Seward Johnson during a opening of The Sofia Hotel in San Diego
That-a-Way bronze statue by Seward Johnson during a opening of The Sofia Hotel (c) Sharron Livingston

The accepting is a pleasant, cosy space, with a dim timber accepting list and colour taste of dark greys and creams, comfy lounge seating and an mouth-watering glow place that brew to give off a clarity of easy living.

Reception during The Sofia Hotel San Diego
Reception during The Sofia Hotel

This hotel, nationally recognized as an Historic Hotel, has a illusory downtown plcae tighten to or within easy entrance of all that San Diego offers.

Who for

This is a good plcae for anyone in city for a few days looking to suffer a city boundary though floating a budget. Or for those who wish to brew business with pleasure.

Service and facilities

The staff during accepting are always courteous and hail we by name when they see you. There’s a pointer charity interrelated essentials – if we have lost say, your toothpaste, a hotel will supply these for free.

Free yoga lessons during Sofia Hotel, San Diego
Free yoga lessons

There is a 24/7 aptness and yoga studio and a hotel offers giveaway hour-long yoga classes and giveaway community walking as good as brewery tours to familiarise we with a city. It’s a poetic touch.

To a left of a run is a tiny 24/7 business centre with 3 PCs charity high-speed fibre-optic Internet. Valet parking is accessible too and incidentally, some bedrooms are pet friendly.

Accommodation

Double bedroom in a Sofia Hotel, San Diego
Double bedroom

There are 211 bedrooms decorated in pale colours ehanced by calming mood lighting. Some bedrooms are a tad tiny though still include perks such as coffee and tea facilities, a mini fridge and dual bottles of H2O are supposing each day. Bathrooms are adequate and have savoury Pro Terra products and toiletries. A flattering play penetrate and self-centredness area is in a bedroom dressed with genuine orchids.

Nice linen, comfy beds and mod cons such as a hair dryer, iron and house and a concept advancing hire with an alarm clock/radio make life a small easier. And of course, there’s also a vast prosaic shade television.

In box we have to work, there is a work hire and a path tip safe.

Food and drink

The hotel restaurant, a 120-seat Currant, is an American-styled brasserie that looks utterly retro with a high ceilings, marble surfaced table, black seating, marble columns and black and white tiled floors. American-French Bistro character food is served as good as cocktails and other tipples.

Is Wi Fi available?

Yes and is enclosed in a review fee.

Value for money

This three-star hotel delivers a lot of use for a three-star rates. Comfy rooms, giveaway tours and yoga and 24-hour service. This is a good value hotel.



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What’s nearby?

The illusory plcae of a hotel means there’s copiousness nearby, such as a smart Gaslamp district, a Horton selling mall and a Seaport Village from where we can collect adult a bound on bound off trolly bus.

The sight hire that can take we along a coastal track to say, LA or San Franciso is walking stretch and a airfield only a 15-minute drive.

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Nearest airport

San Diego airport is a 15-minute expostulate away. You can collect adult a cab or instead use the MTS’ San Diego Trolley – a light rail movement network. Its 3 lines offer many renouned areas and attractions, such as Downtown, a Convention Center, SDSU, Old Town, and a Mexican border. There are dual ways to strech a Trolley from Terminals 1 and 2.

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