When you’re ready to explore the area, you’ll find a variety of exciting San Diego attractions just minutes from the doorstep of Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego. Check out sunny California beaches, championship golf courses and popular destinations, like the San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, Seaport Village and Gaslamp Quarter. While staying at the hotel, you can make the most of your time by lounging in a private poolside cabana, playing tennis, basketball, and volleyball, soaking in a hot tub, or relaxing with luxurious treatments at our spa.
Hop onto the Amtrak train and the nearby station and take a scenic ride to downtown San Juan Capistrano. Take a tour of the historic mission, stroll the streets shopping, and dine at award-winning restaurants..
Experience the Southern California's Wine Country with a visit to Temecula. Spend some time in Old Town, featuring a unique blend of shops, restaurants, and entertainment, and go wine tasting at area vineyards.
From sailing and commercial fishing to expeditions and naval missions, Maritime Museum of San Diego has galleries that represent them all. Board the 1914 Pilot for a cruise or relive 1870 as a crew member on the Star of India.
Founded in 1769 Mission San Diego de Alcala was the first of 21 to be established in Southern California. This mission was most industrious, converting 1405 people to Christianity, and harvesting from 50,000 acres.
Opened in 1855, this majestic lighthouse stood watch in San Diego Bay for 36 years and is an iconic San Diego attraction. At a height of 462 feet, Point Loma’s light was the highest in the nation during its time.
Learn about the U.S.S. Midway’s 47 years of service, from World War II to Desert Storm. Experience naval life as you explore the 60 exhibits and 24 vessels housed here. Try out one of three flight simulators.
Take some time to explore the oldest standing residence in the Gaslamp Quarter, dedicated to preserving and promoting the architecture, culture, and history of this neighborhood. Check out the ghost tour for an eerie look inside the house.
This Lego-filled park offers visitors more than 50 rides and attractions. Cool off at Pirate Shores, spin around in Bionicle Blaster, become part of the action during a 4-D racing movie, or hit The Big Shop to purchase all of your favorite Legos.
When craving pizza, spaghetti, homemade gelato or any other authentic Italian cuisine, head to this Downtown San Diego neighborhood filled with patio cafes, restaurants, bars, art galleries, shops and all things Italian.
For a unique way to explore the San Diego Bay and its stunning scenery, channel your inner sailor on one of these incredible racing yachts and board either a harbor cruise or take a whale watching excursion.
Named for explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, this National Monument commemorates his sail into San Diego Bay in 1542. Walk the 2 ½ mile Bayside Trail, spotting flora and fauna, visiting the tidepools and looking for gray whales.
Grab your swimsuit and sunscreen and come play at the silvery white sand beaches of Coronado Island. Spend time browsing shops and boutiques. Then relax while dining at one of Coronado’s fabulous restaurants.
Torrey Pines State Reserve is a quiet refuge in northwestern San Diego offering a variety of fun things to do. Check out endangered birds, hike the trails, watch paragliders take flight and snap pictures on the beautiful oceanfront cliffs.
Stroll through this outdoor mall that offers a variety of stores like Zara, Nordstrom, and Crate and Barrel. Grab a bite to eat and then head over to ArcLight Cinema to watch the latest blockbuster movie.
Boasting a breezy waterfront setting and vintage atmosphere, this open-air shopping destination is located steps from our hotel. Stroll the walkways to discover one-of-a-kind shops, bay-view restaurants, and a hand-carved carousel.
Enjoy a live show at one of San Diego’s premier music venues. Belly Up Tavern is a 21 and over music club, located in Solana Beach, CA. The venue presents all types of music almost every night of the week and a bistro style restaurant.
Every music lover should take in a show at the nearby House of Blues® San Diego in the Gaslamp District. This music hall presents concerts by regional and national artists, and features a restaurant and bar serving American and international dishes created by a rockin' band of chefs. Replenish your soul and your appetite at their Sunday Gospel Brunch.
Every year from April to October, Humphreys Concerts by the Bay presents a variety of live music acts including jazz, rock, comedy, and blues performers and renowned DJ’s. This 1,450-seat outdoor theatre offers breathtaking views of the marina and a laid-back tropical vibe.
See your favorite bandsmajor headliners play at this outdoor amphitheater in Chula Vista, CA. With 9,468 covered seats and a lawn that can seat 10,024 music lovers, Mattress Firm Amphitheatre is one of the largest concert venues in the San Diego area.
Located in the beautiful, historic Spreckels Theatre in downtown San Diego, SDMT provides professional musical theatre to the area. The theater is a spectacular setting for Broadway and Off-Broadway performances.
Discover the greatest score of your life when you experience the San Diego Symphony Orchestra at the Civic Theatre. This Tier 1 orchestra performs over 100 concerts every year, including Jacobs Masterworks, City Lights, and Young People’s Concerts.