Redesigned, rebranded resort opens in San Diego

The newly renovated and rebranded San Diego Mission Bay Resort has 357 guestrooms. Photo credit: Noble House Hotels & Resorts

San Diego Mission Bay Resort officially reopened after completing a $32 million total reimagination and renovation of the 18-acre property. The 357-room resort is located in San Diego on the Mission Bay Park waterfront.

Formerly known as the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa, the upscale Mediterranean-style resort offers a 4,000-square-foot outdoor pool area, s spa and fitness center along with five tennis courts, a gift shop, a restaurant and a poolside grill. Additionally, the hotel provides more than 16,000 square feet of interior meeting and function space and 9,600 square feet of outdoor meeting space.

“We’ve undertaken a major transformation of this storied Southern California property, repositioning the resort to its proper place in the region,” said Sean Mullen, president of acquisitions for Noble House Hotels & Resorts, which manages the property for owner Pebblebrook Hotel Trust. “We have thoughtfully and artistically designed the new San Diego Mission Bay Resort to provide guests with the benefits of its campus-like setting, exceeding the needs of today’s luxury traveler and helping to create lasting memories.” 

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The project transformed the guest registration area with safety augmentation; an open-air lobby; new culinary options and new menus; redeveloped pool and retail areas; and a reimagined breezeway. Additional changes include the transformation of guestrooms; the resort’s conference center featuring custom, original artwork; the executive board rooms; upgraded and enhanced technology such as Wi-Fi throughout the resort; an expanded amenity base; all-new custom furniture evoking a casual elegant style; and new guest bathrooms with tubs and custom tiled showers throughout the resort.

The resort also features a number of new food-and-beverage offerings, including a Mexican food truck-inspired poolside stand. 

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