Bordered by mountains and close to the bay, the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley is ideally situated in the heart of San Diego. Sourhern California's popular attractions, historic old town, the Gaslamp District downtown and a diverse selections of shopping and restaurants are all just a trolley ride away.
The San Diego Marriott Mission Valley offers a variety of unique venues for your next evet. Our 22,578 swuare feet of flesible meeting and banquet facilities feature 17 meeting rooms, a spacious ballroom that accommodates up to 1,100 people and an outdorr pavilion for special events.
Our dedicated staff of seasoned meeting professionals will work with you to plan and execute every detail. From creative menu planning to arranging unforgettable activities, our team will ensure that your event is a success.
The San Diego Marriott Mission Valley offers 350 guest rooms with breathtaking balcony views and two concierge floors. Room amenities include coffee, high-speed Internet access and Web TV. There are 17 rooms equipped as Rooms That Work for business travelers. Our fully-equipped health club includes exercise equipment as well as a whirlpool and sauna. When it's time to unwind, guests can relax by our beautiful heated outdoor pool and cascading waterfall. They can also enjoy the jogging trail along the San Diego River, as well as nearby golf and beaches.
Zoo, Wild Animal Park, SeaWorld, Beaches, PetCo Park (San Diego Padres), Historic Old Town and Downtown Gaslamp Quarter District, Balboa Park, San Diego Mission, Qualcomm Stadium
Hotel Reviews for San Diego Marriott Mission Valley
4.0out of 5Based on 207 guest reviews, Very Good
Based on 221 traveler reviews
Most Recent Traveler Reviews:
May 18, 2013
rmardis, Valrico, Florida
Clean and open room. Outstanding and friendly staff, always ready to help. Beautiful landscaping, and outdoor ameneties and lounging. Bathrooms need to be remodeled, to match decor in rest of...
Clean and open room. Outstanding and friendly staff, always ready to help. Beautiful landscaping, and outdoor ameneties and lounging. Bathrooms need to be remodeled, to match decor in rest of the room. Toliet flushing, provided the same decibel as the launching of the space shuttle, felt bad for my neighbors. Executive lounge very cramped, not suitable to buisness discussions, or to releax in peace, would rather sit down in bar, or lobby as ther is more areas and seating. Was not ready for getting charged for drinks in the executive lounge. Elite Parking and Self Parking didn't matter, cost the same per night and staff under estimated number of elites staying at hotel and available parking. So better to park in the street adjacent, or in self parking. Overall nice hotel but will try different location next wek.
May 11, 2013
Mark M, Manassas, Virginia | Trip type: Business
This was my first trip to San Diego, I chose this Marriott mainly for its location midway between the airport and the business meeting site. After work I tend to...
This was my first trip to San Diego, I chose this Marriott mainly for its location midway between the airport and the business meeting site. After work I tend to stay within walking distance of the hotel. Driving in a strange city (even with GPS) after a long day is added stress I don't want.
When I arrived, I asked Christy at the Front Desk about restaurants close to the hotel. Christy instantly (well, almost) produced some simple maps showing the shopping & dining within about a mile or two. She also pointed out the availability of the MTS Trolley to Downtown. I mean she POINTED it out, leaving the Front Desk and leading me through the hotel, outside, and pointing me to the entrance of the trolley station. With the Trolley ($5 for an all-day pass) I was able to get off at any stop that looked good; there are a lot of those. I finally got off at the Gaslamp District, where I walked around, got dinner, watched people, talked to people, and walked around some more. Not exactly painting the town red, but pretty good for being alone in a strange town on business.
If the Trolley wasn't there, I'd be unlikely to venture Downtown. However, if Christy hadn't gone the extra mile (I exaggerate, it was about 75 yards) I might've missed the chance to take advantage of my good luck. and actually SEE something of beautiful San Diego
This Hotel is in top shape, and in a good location. But it's often the service that makes the difference. If the rest of the Staff is as focused on the needs of the guests as Christy, you're likely to remember your stay fondly.
I was in town for a quick get away with the family. The staff at this location made for a wonderful experience. In particular we were able to engage in...
I was in town for a quick get away with the family. The staff at this location made for a wonderful experience. In particular we were able to engage in wonderful conversation with Nick Huizar and Logan. Thanks for the great hospitality. « less
“Very good hotel with renovated comfortable rooms”
May 7, 2013
gbehets, Koekelberg, Belgium | Trip type: Couples
Great arrival experience with room waiting and accommodating check-in. Room is large, well equipped (coffee maker, safe, good lighting,...) and -in my case - with a wonderful view.
Great arrival experience with room waiting and accommodating check-in. Room is large, well equipped (coffee maker, safe, good lighting,...) and -in my case - with a wonderful view. The concierge miunge is small but well equipped « less
“Small rooms and bathrooms”
May 5, 2013
borance, columbia, MD | Trip type: Family
I booked this hotel because Hotwire gave it 4 stars, as does Trip Advisor. But Expedia gives it 3.5 and Booking Buddy gives it 3. I cannot imagine giving it...
I booked this hotel because Hotwire gave it 4 stars, as does Trip Advisor. But Expedia gives it 3.5 and Booking Buddy gives it 3. I cannot imagine giving it more than 3 because the room we got and its bathroom were smaller than in a standard hotel. Other than that, the service was excellent, the hotel immaculate and the grounds and pool area very attractive. $16/day for parking is a bummer. While paid hotel parking is common in Mission Valley, street parking is available for most other hotels.
The hotel was recently renovated. The rooms are quite attractive if you like modern as I do.
You cannot walk to any restaurants or stores from this hotel, whereas you can from many Mission Valley hotels. My favorite is the Doubletree on Hazard Drive.
Room WIFI is $13, a real turnoff. It's free in the lobby.
Cancellation: Reservations may be cancelled at no charge up to day of arrival, until 6:00 PM.
Total Misc Fees:
$0.00 USD (mandatory resort fees/taxes)
Room Types - San Diego Marriott Mission Valley
Concierge Floor Room
1 king Revive bed or 2 double Revive beds. Step-out balcony. On floors 15â€“17. 325 square feet (30 square meters). Access to exclusive concierge lounge with a complimentary daily buffet breakfast, afternoon snacks, and evening hors dâ€™oeuvres. High-speed wired, wireless, and TV-based Internet access (surcharges). TV with complimentary HBO and pay movies. Desk. Upholstered chair. Multi-line phone with voice mail. Complimentary weekday newspaper. Electronic check-out. Turndown service (on request).
Deluxe Guest Room
1 king Revive bed or 2 double Revive beds. Step-out balcony. 325 square feet (30 square meters). High-speed wired, wireless, and TV-based Internet access (surcharges). TV with complimentary HBO and pay movies. Desk. Upholstered chair. Multi-line phone with voice mail. Complimentary weekday newspaper. Electronic check-out. Turndown service (on request).
Amenities - San Diego Marriott Mission Valley
Baggage storage facilities
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Credit card accepted: Discover
Credit card accepted: Diners Club
Credit card accepted: JCB
Electronic key card
Facilities for the disabled
Fitness and health centre
Internet - wireless
Internet - ethernet
Movies in room
Office or business center
Private bathroom in room
Private car parking
Radio in room
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Swimming pool - outdoor
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone in all rooms
Travellers cheques accepted
Sorry, pets are not allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information - San Diego Marriott Mission Valley
From San Diego International: Take North Harbor Drive east, go left on Laurel Street. Take 1-5 North to 1-8 East to the Qualcomm Way exit. Go right on Rio San Diego Drive to Hotel.
Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
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Previously Known As: Mission Valley Marriott, San Diego Mission Valley Marriott