San Diego Mission Bay to Open in Jan 2020


San Diego Mission Bay Resort, the city’s newest luxury resort and spa, announced its grand opening is set for January 2020, after completing a $21 million reimagination and renovation.

Located on the picturesque waterfront of Mission Bay Park, the largest aquatic preserve in the United States, the lavish 357-room year-round lifestyle destination resort is the ideal basecamp for guests seeking to explore the city’s vibrant culture and nearby attractions and experience San Diego’s idyllic, breezy beach lifestyle.

Formerly known as the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa, the newly named resort also serves as an ideal location for corporate getaways and business meetings with its proximity to airports, restaurants, destinations downtown such as the popular Gaslamp Quarter, and other well-known attractions around San Diego county.

“The newly unveiled San Diego Mission Bay Resort will appeal to couples, families, leisure and business travelers alike by offering effortless elegance with activities and comforts of the barefoot chic, vibrant San Diego lifestyle,” said Scott Colee, Noble House’s chief marketing officer. “We are especially excited to announce the launch of new curated programming that will engage every guest and visitor and capture the true essence of everything this luxury coastal playground has to offer.”

San Diego Mission Bay Resort’s grand opening debuts the comprehensive $21 million transformation of its guestrooms, the resort’s expansive conference center, and the executive board rooms. Guests will enjoy upgraded and enhanced technology, 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. In addition, visitors will notice the custom, original artwork displayed throughout the conference center.

With an eye pointed toward the future, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust, which owns the San Diego Mission Bay Resort, is requesting approval from the City of San Diego to invest an additional $10.5M into the lobby, restaurant, and the expansive public spaces. The resort is operated by Noble House Hotels & Resorts,

“Noble House Hotels & Resorts is thrilled with the transformation taking place at San Diego Mission Bay Resort,” noted George Allen, Noble House Area Director of Sales and Marketing. “As with all of Noble House’s distinct properties, we want to provide travelers with an exceptional experience that is truly authentic and celebrates the spirit of each of their respective communities.”

San Diego Mission Bay Resort offers a 4,000-square-foot outdoor pool area, five tennis courts, spa and fitness center, gift shop, restaurant, and poolside grill. Additionally, the Mediterranean-style hotel provides over 16,000-square-feet of interior meeting and function space and 9,600-square-feet of outdoor meeting space. Mission Bay Resort is located at the epicenter of all that is San Diego, just steps away from the city’s top attractions and immersed in the cultural richness offered in the area.

For those looking to create special memories on their wedding day, the San Diego Mission Bay Resort affords the quintessential California resort and retreat with white sand beaches, lush greens and arching tropical palms that provide a variety of gorgeous and unique backdrops for an extraordinary day of dreams.

After enjoying all that San Diego and the resort have to offer it’s time to get back to work. The San Diego Mission Bay Resort makes that easier for guests with their dedicated meeting and conference spaces. Whether it’s a private meeting for nine or a large conference for 900, the resort provides the space and style needed to plan the most impactful event possible. Companies and groups can take advantage of more than 25,200 square feet of contiguous indoor event space ideal for meetings, conferences, trade shows, conventions and more. Groups can also enjoy the large outdoor venues, ideal for team building events or dining under the San Diego palms.