CURRENT DEALS/SPECIAL OFFERS:
***All Deals and Special offers MUST be booked online via this website and MUST be utilized at the time of booking. Promo codes subject to black out dates.***
PROMO CODE: DIRECT – GET 5% OFF THE ENTIRE STAY
PROMO CODE: MARKET – GET 15% OFF STAYS OF 4 NIGHTS OR MORE
PROMO CODE: GASLAMP – BOOK A 4 BED DORM FOR 4 NIGHTS AND GET THE 4TH NIGHT FREE
In the midst of the bustling Gaslamp Quarter, HI San Diego Downtown hostel offers you a place to rest, recharge, and interact with your fellow nomads.
Newly renovated common spaces scream high design, but the hostel’s awesome staff give this place a true home-away-from-home feel. Tap into their encyclopedic knowledge and unabashed enthusiasm for their hometown, whether you want to know the best local spots for eating tacos, strolling farmers’ markets, or hitting the bars. Prefer to stay in? Get to know your fellow travelers over in-hostel dinner nights, mixers, open-mic nights, and lots more.
Both at the hostel and on weekly hostel-led tours, our staff strives to give guests a uniquely “San Diego” experience. Semi-weekly dinners and free daily breakfasts include bread and produce purchased from local farmers, and the “staff picks” board in the lobby is updated daily with new recommendations on local restaurants, bars, and events.
Travelers who have recently been freed from the horrors of a crowded bus or plane can take comfort in the hostel’s spacious rooms or freshen up in the single-use bathrooms. Feel like staying in after a long day of traveling? HI San Diego Downtown’s got the introverts covered with free movie rentals, a TV room, free Wi-Fi, and even a small book collection donated by fellow travelers.
With a variety of rooms to choose from, the hostel has options for everyone from starving students to vacationing families. So if you’re feeling bold, come stay classy at HI San Diego Downtown.
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