The Living808 crew got the opportunity to stay at one of the newest hotels on the water, The Intercontinental.
Our host Dana Flower, the Director of Marketing and Communications explained it best…
“Life in San Diego, probably much like Hawaii, revolves around the sun and the water, so every part of the hotel was designed to showcase those elements with floor-to-ceiling windows. Every single guestroom has a water view and all suites face directly west for best sunset views. No matter what you’re doing in the hotel – checking in at the lobby, dining at the restaurant, swimming in the pool, even working out, you can look out and see the San Diego Bay.”
The InterContinental is the world’s largest luxury hotel brand, but the hotels are always intertwined with the destination and its history.
The hotel is built on the site of the original San Diego Padres baseball stadium – Lane Field – dating back to the 30s.
The Padres actually won the championship on this field.
Today, it is memorialized as a public park where you can still run the original bases – the exact locations are commemorated with stone and glass panels.
Beautiful rooms, gorgeous views, and a world class restaurant in Vistal.
The Intercontinental has everything you could want and more.
Mahalo to Dana for the hospitality.
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