Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina is close to top San Diego attractions such as Belmont Park and SeaWorld San Diego. Relax in a deck chair and watch the boats in the marina, or set sail from our dock. Our team is happy to provide more information about on-site and off-site water sports and other activities.

Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina

1441 Quivira Road
San Diego, California, United States, 92109



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Hotel Activities

Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina Mission Bay Resort Center Marina Woman Kayaking
Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina Jet Ski on Mission Bay
Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina Marina Slide

Pools & Waterslides

Our 19-acre resort offers three pools, three water slides and private poolside cabanas. Enjoy the best aspects of a water park without having to leave our grounds. Hotel guests click the link below to reserve your private cabana experience. Please note, the two large water slides have a 42” height requirement and the smaller slide is open to all.

Hotel activities

From complimentary yoga classes to an upgraded s’mores or wine and cheese experience at your own private waterfront fire pit, click the link below to reserve your spot at one of our many onsite hotel activities.

Water Activities (onsite)

Choose from a variety of water sports at our on-site marina, including stand-up paddleboards, kayak and boat rentals, Jet Skis, whale-watching excursions, and so much more.

Wellness Lounge

Rejuvenate with a relaxing treatment at our onsite spa. Choose from a variety of massage therapy, holistic skincare and body scrubs and wraps.

Public Access Amenities

We are pleased to offer the following amenities for public use: On-Site Whale Watching, On-Site Sport Fishing, Paddleboard Rentals, Kayak Rentals, Jet-Ski Rentals, Red Marlin Restaurant, Market Mission Bay, Picnic Table area next to Quivara Point, Water Bottle Refilling Station, Public Benches on Marina Boardwalk. Please note that some amenities do require a fee.

Water Sports

Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina Bay View on Alana
Whale Watching
Mission Bay Sailboats

Whale Watching (onsite)

Take off from our onsite marina year round for an unforgettable whale watching excursion in the Pacific Ocean. Catch sight of migrating grey and blue whales, dolphins, sea lions and birds on this fun adventure at sea.

Osprey Yacht Charters (onsite)

Osprey Yacht Charters offers a variety of options including boat charters around Mission Bay, a private chef catered dinner cruise, and ocean fishing trips.

Malarky Charters (onsite)

Come aboard San Diego’s finest private luxury catamaran adventure. Up to 12 guests can enjoy modern décor, smooth sailing, abundant space and a jaw-dropping excursion through Mission Bay and the San Diego Coastline.

Alana Catamaran (onsite)

Enjoy a private rental or ticketed cruise on the Alana, a 40-foot Coral Island Yacht Rental with space for up to 45 passengers. Featuring a fully stocked bar, 2 decks and a forward sun deck, it’s sure to be a memorable excursion.

Beaches & Recreation

Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina Aerial City and Ocean View
La Jolla Beach Sunset
San Diego Couple Biking

Mission Bay Park

Mission Bay Park is the largest aquatic park of its kind in the country, consisting of 4.235 acres with 27 miles of shoreline, 19 sandy beaches and 8 swimming areas. Enjoy a fun-filled day of land and water activities.

Pacific Beach

A nearby beach town with a relaxed San Diego vibe. Walk the boardwalk, lay on the sandy beaches, browse the boutiques or grab a bite and drink at one of the many restaurants and bars on the main street.

Ocean Beach

Description: An eclectic, bohemian neighborhood with year-round off leash Dog Beach. Visit Ocean Beach Pier and the unique antique shops and boutiques that fill this one-of-a-kind beach town.

La Jolla

Visit La Jolla Cove for high-end boutiques, restaurants and sweeping Pacific Ocean views. Nearby La Jolla Shores offers snorkeling, surfing, kayaking and sunbathing. Or head up to Westfield UTC for some of the city’s best shopping.

Outdoor Scenes

Coronado Island

This small “island” town is approximately 7.4 square miles in size and boasts unique downtown shops and restaurants as well as an award-winning beach.

Gaslamp Quarter

Located in the southern part of 5th Avenue downtown, the historic Gaslamp Quarter features San Diego’s premier shopping, dining, entertainment, and nightlife.

Historic Old Town and Presidio Park

Explore the Presidio Mission, California’s first mission or visit the Whaley House, an officially designated haunted house.

Balboa Park

Located just north of downtown, Balboa Park is the nation's second largest park. The park is home to the World Famous San Diego Zoo, 15 of San Diego's famous museums, renowned performing arts venues and beautiful gardens. Admittance to the park grounds is free.

Theme Parks

SeaWorld San Diego

Explore indoor and outdoor animal attractions, rides, and roller coasters. Check their website for the latest visitor entry requirements.

San Diego Zoo

Located in Balboa Park, the world famous San Diego Zoo is home to over 12,000 animals of more than 650 species on 100 acres of beautifully landscaped park land.

San Diego Zoo Safari Park

An extension of the San Diego Zoo, the wildlife preserve is home to some 2,500 Asian and African animals, including many endangered species. It is different from the Zoo in the sense that the animals are in a natural habitat setting where they live and run freely. Discounted tickets are available at Concierge Desk.

Belmont Park

Located only steps away from the Boardwalk, Beach and Pacific Ocean and only four blocks from the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay, this oceanfront specialty center with fountains and public places, re-creating the festivities of the site's original 1925 Amusement Park. Free admission and parking.

Fashion & Style

Fashion Valley Mall

This beautiful outdoor shopping center featuring 200 stores & restaurants. Tiffany, Nordstrom, JC Penney, Macy's, Nieman Marcus and Bloomingdale's anchor this two-level mall.

Liberty Station

Come eat, shop and play at this former Naval Training Center that has been converted into a variety of local shops, art galleries, restaurants and open spaces.

Seaport Village

Right on San Diego harbor, this quaint area offers a variety of boutiques, restaurants, and entertainment. You’ll find something for everyone – a lagoon, a carousel, a marina and more – when you explore the tropical grounds of Seaport Village.