THE US GRANT, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Diego

326 Broadway San DiegoCA92101
24 Hours, 7 Days a Week
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
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Location. THE US GRANT hotel stands amid the vibrant atmosphere of downtown San Diego, Calif. This property faces the Horton Plaza retail and entertainment complex and is located two blocks from the Gaslamp Quarter.
Hotel Features. Constructed in 1910, this luxury hotel completed a $56 million renovation in 2006. The lobby features gray veined white Italian Carrara marble floors, Deniece...
by gusto on March 13, 2013 from gusto


Room service offered from 2359 hrs to 2359 hrs

property has 1 restaurants on-site

grant grill lounge

type of restaurant - bar/lounge

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from 1600hrs to 2300hrs mon tue wed thu sun

from 1600hrs to 2359hrs fri sat

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end a day spent exploring with an aperitif at the grant

grill lounge. Boasting an...
by travelocity on August 26, 2011 from travelocity

Editorial Reviews

Stepping into the regal U.S. Grant not only places you in the lap of luxury but also transports you back in time. The lobby of this city icon built in 1910 is a confection of luxurious French fabrics, crystal chandeliers, and Italian Carrera–marble floors. Guests sip tea and pre-dinner martinis here. Rooms feature custom Italian linens and original French and Native American artwork, and the...
by fodors on March 04, 2013 from fodors
When the son of President Ulysses S. Grant opened this hotel in 1910 in the heart of downtown, it became an instant landmark, favored by presidents and the social elite through an extended heyday. You know the rest of this story: fading beauty, unfortunate makeovers, and finally, an unlikely savior. In this case, the heroes are the Sycuan Band of Kumeyaay Indians, who used capital from their...
by concierge on December 15, 2011 from concierge
Another S.D. stalwart has re-emerged as a study in sophistication. Guests enter under enormous crystal chandeliers and are greeted with glasses of bubbly at check-in, and afternoon tea and ‘tinis are a must.
by blackbookmag on September 16, 2011 from blackbookmag