As our guest at Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina, you will find it easy to fill your day with fun things to do in the area. Relax on a deck chair and watch the boats in the marina, go sport fishing, or head out and explore nearby San Diego attractions, like SeaWorld San Diego. Located on Mission Bay — the largest aquatic preserve in the U.S. —our California coastal chic property also invites you to enjoy your time at the hotel, offering three free-style swimming pools, and observation decks with a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean and Mission Bay.
Cheer on our local teams at Qualcomm Stadium, located in the heart of Mission Valley. With a seating capacity of 70,561, the stadium is home to the SDSU Aztec football team , the Holiday Bowl, and more.
During the summer months, Del Mar - "Where the Surf meets the Turf" - is the place to be. Watch the thoroughbreds race to the winner's circle. Closed circuit satellite viewing is available throughout the year.
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.
Just minutes away at the northern edge of Balboa Park, the world famous San Diego Zoo is home to the famous Panda Bear exhibit from China with Hua Mei, the first surviving giant panda born in North America. See the Sun Bear Forest, walk through the Tropical Rain Forest and explore Tiger River. Discounted tickets are available from the Concierge.
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 the Front Desk.
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.
Located in the heart of downtown, this shopping center features Macy's and a wide array of shops and eateries. With its multi-level, whimsical architecture, Horton Plaza is a must-see for San Diego visitors.
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.