Ramada Inn Suites Gaslamp Convention Center

830 6th Ave, San Diego, California, 92101, United States
(3 star hotel)
#92 of 393 hotels in San Diego
Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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St James with once fastest Elevator

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 13, 2012

i was walking from the non existent Greyhound Bus Station to the relocated one beyond the PETCO Baseball Park home of the Padres,
lo and behold walking past the Gaslamp district, and byt he time i got to see Santa Claus and his friend Ray offering Baseball players parking, after getting directions to the Bus Station, SMOG TEST at 1055 G Street San Diego, CA 92101 +1 619-233-4329 is where Ray took me to his computer , got onto Priceline and gotten me 2 nights at the Ramada ST James for a good rate, convincing me to spend to extra night in San Diego, good call Ray ;-)))

Unique Quality: Originally the St James,on 6th street, a block away from the livelier 5th st,
but so close to everything of interest Valet Parking
Symphony hall is a short walk away or a 2 minute cab ride
Aboe all, great view from the roof at different times of day and night.

Directions: Gaslamp District between F and G Streets, 2 blocks from Horton Plaza/Mall

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Historic Hotel in the Heart of the Gaslamp

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 25, 2006

This hotel offered excellent service in a convenient location. Our room was a double Queen and had 2 separate bedrooms which is ideal for those sharing rooms. The building is old and has character- the elevators date back to 1913 and still have a metal gate which you have to open to step in/out. This can be a bit tedious if you have alot of luggage.

Rooms were clean, maid service was good and the restaurant on premises (Brian's) was convenient, open late, and had a large menu.

Unique Quality: The location is great - right on 6th avenue within walking distance of shops/restaurants in the Gaslamp area. The hotel has character and is quiet.

Directions: Gaslamp district

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Forget the Hype -- It's a Dump

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 14, 2004

The Ramada St. James -- confusingly also billed as the Gaslamp Convention Center -- may once have been one of Southern California's leading hotels, but that was long, long ago. Today, the hotel is a noisy, rundown, just-this-side-of-nasty place where your neighbors may well be partaking too enthusiastically of the Gaslamp neighborhood's Red Light District attractions. Rooms are VERY small and bathroms more so; the window A/C units are loud; and many rooms face a dark shaft rather than the street. I'm honestly not sure how this place is maintaining its affiliation with Ramada; the overall atmosphere is most akin to a youth hostel. Top-floor suites are moderately better, but still feel rundown. I will admit that the place is adequately clean, but that's about all it has going for it.

Unique Quality: The restaurant, which still hosts the dispiriting breakfast buffet, appears to be otherwise defunct.

Most of the desk staff appear to have wandered in off the street -- they were uniformly unhelpful and unprofessional.

Directions: Right in the heart of the Gaslamp District -- among the neighbors are multiple pawn and bailbond outlets and Larry Flynt's Hustler Bar and Grill.

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The St. James is also a Ramada Inn

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 2, 2004

Orginally built in 1913, the St. James was one of the first hotels in the area to have an elevator. It has been refurbished by the Ramada hotel chain and is coming back into it's glory. I would call it a boutique hotel. Central location for San Diego and only one block to get to the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter. The parking is tight in this area of San Diego and you will be charged $20.00 a day for space from the hotel. The price is worth the destination.

Unique Quality: Not only is the hotel refurbished, so is the restaurant. Great buffet. Located in the Gaslamp Quarter, the hotel makes a great starting off point for the many bars and nightclubs in the district. Shopping at the Horton Plaza is only a couple of blocks away.

Directions: Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego. Take Harbor Drive to Market Street up to 6th Ave.

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Address: 830 6th Ave, San Diego, California, 92101, United States

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